The Biden administration announced this week that they would be launching a new “door-to-door” effort to intimidate Americans who have not received the COVID-19 vaccine.
The effort was inspired by Biden’s failure to reach the arbitrary 4th of July benchmark of reaching 70% vaccination rates in America.
“Now we need to go community by community, neighborhood by neighborhood and often times door-to-door- literally knocking on doors, to get help to the remaining people protected from the virus,” Biden told the press.
Press Secretary Jen Psaki doubled down on the announcement, naming the door-to-door plan as one of the five main objectives of Biden’s COVID response. She said the plan included “targeted community outreach” to “get remaining Americans vaccinated by ensuring that they have the information they need on how both safe and accessible the vaccine is.”
As if Americans of every race, gender (all 19!), and socioeconomic background have not been bombarded by information about the vaccine for the last 6 months.
Republican lawmakers have been quick to criticize the announcement from Biden.
Representative Massie commented with a joke, saying “A lot of people have big government antibodies. Don’t knock on those doors.”
“The government now wants to go door-to-door to convince you to get an ‘optional’ vaccine,” Representative Lauren Bobert wrote.
Congressman Crenshaw tweeted “How about don’t knock on my door. You’re not my parents. You’re the government. Make the vaccine available, and let people be free to choose. Why is that concept so hard for the left?”
Many have also asked the pretty serious question: how does the government plan on tracking “unvaccinated” individuals in the first place? As of now, no COVID-passport nonsense tracking system is in place.
Good luck with this one, Joe.