A common mistake people make is assuming the lying liar isn’t lying this time.
For example, Joe Biden and Anthony Fauci have both previously said they wouldn’t require, or ‘couldn’t see’ a Covid-19 vaccine mandate in the United States.
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) September 9, 2021
In April, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said “we cannot require someone to be vaccinated. That’s just not what we can do.”
Looks like Pelosi disagrees with Biden on vaccine mandates
Makes sense because congress can’t make people get vaccinated, instead, the regime sideswiped the democratic process to force businesses to do their dirty work
Anti-democratic – this is illegalpic.twitter.com/edlkmd7yI0
— ELIJAH SCHAFFER (@ElijahSchaffer) September 10, 2021
And as recently as July…
JEN IN JULY: It is “not the role of the federal government” to force Americans to get vaccinated.
JOE IN SEPTEMBER: Abide by the federal vaccine mandate or “be prepared to pay!” pic.twitter.com/OiARHU7inc
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) September 10, 2021
Now, Human Events‘ Jack Posobiec reveals that California Governor Gavin Newsom – who’s essentially campaigning against his recall on mandatory vaccinations – had deep reservations over government officials ‘making a decision that is very personal.’
California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced in July that healthcare workers and state employees must be vaccinated or succumb to weekly testing and wear masks; however, back in 2019, Newsom opposed the same kind of mandate.
“I believe in immunizations,” Newsom said at the meeting, “however I do legitimately have concerns about a bureaucrat making a decision that is very personal.”
California Gov. @GavinNewsom has just passed that test with his wise and sober opposition to a draconian proposal to forcibly vaccinate medically fragile children against the wishes of their parents and the … Read more: https://t.co/d8TQneA8BT pic.twitter.com/yRbxmVVEnL
— Robert F. Kennedy Jr (@RobertKennedyJr) June 3, 2019
“We don’t measure character or leadership by a commander’s posture during moments of comfort, but by his willingness to stand against the tides and storms of collective opinion during eras of controversy and hysteria,” Kennedy Jr. wrote in a Facebook post. “California Gov. Gavin Newsom has just passed that test with his wise and sober opposition to a draconian proposal to forcibly vaccinate medically fragile children against the wishes of their parents and the medical advice of their physician.”
“He expressed his concern about giving faceless government officials (with no medical training) veto power over vaccine exemptions deemed medically necessary by a child’s doctor,” Kennedy Jr. continued. “Gavin argued that those decisions should be made between patients and doctors without government involvement.”