Dr. Anthony Fauci believes he is the king of America.
Most of the Left seems to agree.
And Dr. Fauci just crossed another crazy line with this tyrannical demand.
The words that come out of Dr. Anthony Fauci’s mouth have a lot of power.
Joe Biden and all of his pals in the Democrat Party take what he says as gospel, and work overtime to implement whatever he wants done.
He is the reason the economy was shut down for so long, that masks are being mandated across the country again, and that vaccines are being forced on Americans who don’t want to get them.
Now he is pushing even more tyrannical demands, speaking in an interview to express his support for requiring a vaccine in order to travel on a plane domestically.
“I would support that if you want to get on a plane and travel with other people, that you should be vaccinated,” he told theSkimm in an interview.
Fauci went on to claim that his scheme isn’t fully ready to implement, but that it is on the table and being discussed.
“It’s on the table; we haven’t decided yet,” he said. “But if the President said, ‘You know, let’s go ahead and do it,’ I would be supportive of it.”
This comes just after Biden’s extreme action, requiring private companies with over 100 employees to mandate vaccines for employees.
His action also doubled fines for those who disobey mask mandates in airports and airplanes.
Joe Biden’s White House has made clear they aren’t taking any measures off the table.
The coordinator of the White House’s COVID-19 response team, Jeff Zients, recently stated that, “Overall, I think we have a very strong track record that shows we’re pulling available levers to acquire vaccinations and we’re not taking any measures off the table.”
While Fauci is gung-ho for the idea, airline executives are less sure.
United CEO Scott Kirby stated, “I think it would require government response and government tracking to make that practical, and make it work, and so it’s probably unlikely to happen domestically.”
Delta CEO expressed similar concerns on CBS This Morning.
“You also look at the logistical dilemma – we’re carrying millions of people a week – of trying to figure out who’s been vaccinated, who’s not, who qualifies for an exemption,” he said. “It would actually bottleneck the domestic travel system.”
While this may give some hope, one must recall that the White House adamantly stated that they would not implement federal vaccine mandates, all the way up to the point where they did exactly that.