People like their privacy. It’s why all across America, people have “no soliciting” signs on their front doors. Leave us alone, we don’t want what you’re selling.
There’s a reason why Beto O’Rourke didn’t make it far in the Democratic presidential primaries. When he told America that he was going to go door-to-door and “come for your guns,” it caused people to bristle.
Well, President Biden doesn’t listen too well. He thinks that he knows Americans better than we know ourselves.
In order to get people vaccinated, Biden has a plan: “We need to go community by community, neighborhood by neighborhood, and oft-times door to door, literally knocking on doors.”
Eww, no. That is not the way to get people vaccinated. And exactly who are these unnamed operatives that are going to knock on our doors? Are they going to be armed with vaccines, ready to inject the serum into our arms on the spot?
While the federal government is eager to increase the number of vaccinations in the population, this is not the way to do it. They have to accept that there are plenty of people who would rather risk getting sick than get a vaccine.
There are anti-vaxxers who haven’t gotten vaccinated on the basics like polio and measles. What makes Biden think that they’re suddenly going to roll up a sleeve to get protected against COVID-19?
Additionally, there are people who don’t want the COVID-19 vaccine, specifically, because they don’t feel it has been sufficiently tested. There is no way to know what the long-term effects of the vaccine are. We’re simply trusting science at this point.
Let’s not forget that those who have already gotten COVID may also have a natural immunity to future strains. John Hopkins University has been one of the biggest proponents of those who have the antibodies not needing the vaccine.
Biden is not winning any points among those who aren’t interested in the vaccine. Either they don’t want it, they’ve already had COVID, or they don’t trust it. Regardless, someone knocking on their door from the federal government isn’t going to change their minds.
The reality is that we’re at a point that those who want the vaccine have the vaccine. To continue on in this fashion is harassment.
Biden’s comments have also led to many people asking questions – important questions that (surprise) Jen Psaki doesn’t have answers to.
Does the federal government have the right to pressure people into getting vaccinated? Absolutely not. We do have certain freedoms and rights.
There’s a big difference between public service announcements and door-to-door harassment. No means no, yet Biden doesn’t want to hear that word. He’s really no better than a rapist at this point. We’ve said no, so stop trying…
Ted Cruz’s advisor Omri Ceren brings up another important question about Biden’s new vaccine strategy. How do they know who has and has not gotten vaccines? Is there national, household-level data on the vaccines?
Right now, the federal government is using anonymous surveys to determine who is and is not vaccinated. If they’re going to knock on doors, they have to know what doors to knock on, don’t they?
The federal government is clearly not understanding what Americans want. And we have to wonder just how much money the federal government is going to spend to force the vaccine issue on us.
They’ve already helped the CDC to share the vaccine message with billboards, online ads, and TV commercials.
They’ve already paid for the First Lady to travel around the U.S. to encourage getting the vaccine.
And now…they’re going to send nurses door to door with vaccine needles in hand? No. We don’t open our doors to solar panel salespeople and we don’t open our doors to any other solicitors. The Biden administration is showing their ignorance if they think Americans are going to open their doors to anyone holding vaccine needles.