Just when you thought the Biden administration couldn’t get creepier — think again!
Joe Biden, with the help of his White House mouthpiece Jen Psaki, informed unvaccinated Americans of a national plan to help convince them to get a jab. The plan involves a team of operatives from the federal government going “door-to-door” to the homes of Americans who have decided for whatever reason not get a coronavirus vaccination.
Their announcement caused a wave of backlash from online conservatives who continuously question the Biden administration’s insistence on stepping over the boundaries of the Constitution.
“Now we need to go to community by community, neighborhood by neighborhood, and oftentimes door to door, literally knocking on doors to get help to the remaining people, protected from the virus.”
BIDEN: "We need to go community-by-community, neighborhood-by-neighborhood, and oft times door-to-door, literally knocking on doors" to get people vaccinated. pic.twitter.com/oJ2lG9bqaw
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) July 6, 2021
During her press briefing, Jen Psaki reiterated the administration’s intention to rapidly increase the rate of vaccination to levels seen earlier in spring. With no mention of the legality, Psaki informed unvaccinated Americans they can expect a knock on their door from someone who’s job it is to convince you to get medical treatment. This sparked a wave of questions and concerns from freedom-focused citizens who find it off-putting for the government to come knocking without their consent.
GOP Rep. Dan Crenshaw was one of the first to speak out about the Biden administration’s plan:
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? https://t.co/Fkv3kzNh6S
— Dan Crenshaw (@DanCrenshawTX) July 6, 2021
Country star John Rich had a plan of his own:
FYI: To any of Biden's missionaries who feel moved to knock on my door to push me to get the jab, I'll kindly invite you in, tell you about Jesus and make you listen to Ronald Reagan speeches until dinner. If you're still here, we'll have a slow, full reading of the Constitution.
— John Rich (@johnrich) July 6, 2021
Actor James Woods posed a pertinent question to the Biden administration:
Will you be wearing armbands? https://t.co/WZPoEUIAWj
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) July 6, 2021
Radio host Steve Deace made a very apt comparison:
Why do we need a "vaccine passport" system if they're able to go door-to-door to the unvaccinated? Doesn't that mean they already know?
Oh, and come to my door and I've got two words for you: Jehovah's Witnesses. https://t.co/bgyElvkvMe
— Steve Deace (@SteveDeaceShow) July 6, 2021
The Libertarian Party of Kentucky weighed in on the Biden plan:
Insert reference to a historical event where something like this previously happened. https://t.co/f4PzRNj2GT
— Libertarian Party of Kentucky (@lpky) July 6, 2021
Washington Free Beacon Executive Editor Brent Scher:
Yup, door to door government agents def will calm the nerves of vaccine skeptics https://t.co/KXFkbAAyYN
— Brent Scher (@BrentScher) July 6, 2021
Former Acting Deputy Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli:
Ummm… wait a minute… the federal government is keeping track of who is vaccinated and who is not (or will be via asking door to door)?
I thought this was happening through healthcare facilities… you know, that keep medical history private?
Very high creepy rating… https://t.co/52Vf9jL389
— Ken Cuccinelli (@KenCuccinelli) July 6, 2021
Author: Asa McCue