By: Konrad Holden
The Biden Administration and the mainstream media have begun a campaign to push back on Republicans and conservatives who support voluntary vaccination and who pushed back on the door-to-door vaccination visits. Dr. Fauci, Press Secretary Jen Psaki, and other government spokespeople have all made statements that demonize regular Americans and dissenting voices.
After the Biden administration announced last week that they would be mobilizing workers to go door-to-door to encourage and administer vaccines, many conservative voices pushed back. Much of the outrage is due to the fact that Americans have a right to privacy and that it is not the government’s business to be involved in your health decisions.
After the backlash, there seems to be a coordinated effort from the White House and mainstream media to attack those who have raised legitimate concerns.
For example, Biden Press Secretary Jen Psaki said “We don’t take any of our health and medical advice from Marjorie Taylor Greene” after the congresswoman disavowed the door-to-door vaccination policy.
Fauci was also featured on multiple cable news shows reacting to the fact that many more conservative states have lower vaccination rates: “There's no reason not to get vaccinated. Why are we having red states and places in the South, that are very highly ideological in one way, not wanting to get vaccinations?"
The White House even brought pop star Olivia Rodrigo to the White House Briefing Room to pose with Fauci in an attempt to get younger people to get vaccinated.
“The big misinterpretation that Fox News or whomever else is saying is that they are essentially envisioning a bunch of federal workers knocking on your door, telling you you’ve got to do something that you don’t want to do. That’s absolutely not the case, it’s trusted messengers who are part of the community doing that—not government officials. So that’s where I think the disconnect is.” - Dr. Anthony Fauci