As soon as the Food and Drug Administration gives full permission to the COVID vaccinations, which are still under Emergency Use Authorization (EUA), Dr. Anthony Fauci predicts a “flood” of new mandates.
“This is a dystopian world we’re living in,” Dr. Fauci unironically said to the USA Today. The public is “awash in lies and misinformation about COVID-19 and the vaccines,” he added, “they are being misled.”
“As soon as the Food and Drug Administration issues a full approval for a COVID-19 vaccine, there will be ‘a flood’ of vaccine mandates at businesses and schools across the nation,” Dr. Anthony Fauci told USA Today’s editorial board on Friday.
“Mandates aren’t going to happen at the federal level, but vaccine approval will embolden many groups,” he promised.
“Organizations, enterprises, universities, colleges that have been reluctant to mandate at the local level will feel much more confident,” Fauci added.
“They can say, ‘If you want to come to this college or this university, you’ve got to get vaccinated. If you want to work in this plant, you have to get vaccinated. If you want to work in this enterprise, you’ve got to get vaccinated. If you want to work in this hospital, you’ve got to get vaccinated,’” Fauci said.
Fauci’s remark coincided with a new report that the White House is considering coercive ways to force private enterprises to follow its policy of the mass vaccination of employees.
On Friday, the Washington Post reported that “is considering using federal regulatory powers and the threat of withholding federal funds from institutions to push more Americans to get vaccinated — a huge potential shift in the fight against the virus and a far more muscular approach to getting shots into arms, according to four people familiar with the deliberations.”
“The effort could apply to institutions as varied as long-term-care facilities, cruise ships, and universities, potentially impacting millions of Americans, according to the people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive conversations,” WaPo reported.
“The conversations are in the early phases and no firm decisions have been made, the people said,” the report added. “One outside lawyer in touch with the Biden administration on the issue is recommending that the president use federal powers sparingly.”
The president’s consideration of the coercive step comes after the administration issued an unconstitutional rent moratorium directive on Tuesday. Surprisingly, the Washington Post’s Editorial Board acknowledged that it was probably “illegal” – according to the source.
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Friday that the COVID vaccines, which are still under Emergency Use Authorization, don’t work as effectively as advertised.
“Our vaccines are working exceptionally well,” Walensky claimed. “They continue to work well for Delta with regard to severe illness and death, they prevent it. But what they can’t do anymore is prevent transmission.”
Walensky claimed in March that people who have been vaccinated usually never carry COVID, which turned out to be demonstrably incorrect. “Our data from the CDC today suggest that vaccinated people do not carry the virus,” she said.
Walensky touted COVID vaccine passports as a ‘path forward’ for the country in late July. Walensky praised European countries that require citizens to obtain “health passes” to enter public places such as bars and nightclubs.
“You know, I think some communities are doing that,” Walensky said. “And that may very well be a path forward.”
Rand Paul, a senatorial nemesis to Dr. Fauci, is seeking a criminal referral for the NIAID Director. Dr. Fauci had already been admonished by him not to lie to Congress about funding for viral “gain of function” research at China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology.
According to Smart Zune, Dr. Fauci responded by calling Rand Paul “completely out of line” and said the senator’s accusations were “inflammatory” and “slanderous.”
Following the publication of damning emails by the Washington Post and Buzzfeed via FOIA, Rand Paul and Fauci had a heated confrontation. The remarkable emails verified what many people had thought about Fauci all along: his public relations spin on the coronavirus pandemic was frequently at odds with his thinking on the issues behind the scenes – the source says.
Furthermore, the emails show that the top Biden COVID adviser has a track record of covering up the relationship between NIH/NIAID and the Wuhan Institute of Virology.