Fauci appeared on ABC Sunday and ended up discussing the topic of applying vaccine mandates to air travel.
While discussing that, Fauci had this to say:
“A vaccine requirement for a person getting on the plane is just another level of getting people to have a mechanism that would spur them to get vaccinated.”
Watch him here:
“Anything that could get people more vaccinated would be welcome,” Dr. Anthony Fauci says when asked by @jonkarl about potential vaccine requirements for domestic air travel. https://t.co/CxSdhhlI9G pic.twitter.com/KHVeu6nmTH
— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) December 26, 2021
That’s right, the jab mandates aren’t about “the science” or other, noble goals. Rather, as he admits, they’re just another way of getting people to get the jab.
As he said, “anything that could get people more vaccinated would be welcome.”
But, just because Fauci wants something doesn’t mean it’s gonna happen, with the prime example being a vax mandate for air travel. As he was forced to admit on CNN, which he appeared on a day after his ABC interview:
“Everything that comes up as a possibility we put it on the table and we consider it. That does not mean that it is likely to happen. Right now I don’t think people should expect that we are going to have a requirement in domestic flights for people to be vaccinated.
It’s on the table, and we consider it, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to happen. I doubt if we are going to see something like that in the reasonably foreseeable future.”
While it’s welcome news to hear that vaxx mandates for air travel likely won’t happen, at least in the near future, it’s still concerning that such tyrannical measures were on the table, especially when Fauci admitted that the purpose of them is simply to get more people to take the jab, not any science about the safety of certain situations.
This story syndicated with permission from Will – Trending Politics