Dr. Fauci endorses vaccine mandates for children attending school while calling for the unvaccinated to be banned from air travel.
“If we get the overwhelming proportion of the population vaccinated, we will get to herd immunity. If we do it in the next six months, it will happen in the next six months. If we do it in the next two months, it’ll happen in the next two months,” Fauci said.
“I would support that if you want to get on a plane and travel, you should be vaccinated,” he said in response to a question about mandatory vaccinations for plane travel.
Fauci went on to make excuses for mandating vaccinations for kids, blurring the issue and misrepresenting the facts to justify children being forced to be jabbed with experimental and dangerous shots.
“When you hear us say should you mandate vaccination for children to be able to attend school, some people say, ‘Oh, my goodness. That would be terrible to do that.’ But we already do that and have been doing that for decades and decades,” he said.
“I don’t know what school you went to, but the school that I went to, you had to be vaccinated for measles, mumps, rubella, polio, or otherwise you couldn’t go to school. So it is not something new to mandate vaccines for school children. The solution that we have on our hands is vaccines,” Fauci said.
The federal government has not yet introduced a vaccine mandate for air travel. However, while onboard, passengers must wear a mask at all times. A recent introduction of the Safe Travels Act, by Rep Don Beyer (D-VA), would require “all airline and train passengers in the U.S. to show proof of vaccination or present a negative COVID-19 test to travel,” according to The Hill.
“The bill also seeks to require that employees, contractors, and subcontractors of Amtrak and commercial airlines either show proof of a completed vaccination series or present a negative COVID-19 test at least once per week,” the report added.
Last week Dr. Fauci defended President Biden’s vaccine mandate while excusing his angry jabs towards the unvaccinated Americans, saying the president is “understandably frustrated.”
“I think you can appreciate that by the tone of his voice and how he presented it at the press conference this evening, he is frustrated and understandably so,” said Fauci. “We have done everything we possibly can do to get people to get vaccinated. We have trusted messengers. We made it easy. It’s simple. It’s safe. It’s free.”
Last year Dr. Fauci said, “you cannot force someone to take a vaccine.”
“I don’t think you’ll ever see a mandating of vaccine, particularly for the general public,” Fauci said during a Healthline townhall.
“If someone refuses the vaccine in the general public, then there’s nothing you can do about that,” he added. “You cannot force someone to take a vaccine.”