The chairman of the Freedom Caucus attacks Biden’s actions on vaccines


Freedom Caucus Chairman Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) Attacks President BidenJoe BidenCawthorn: Biden’s Door-to-Door Vaccine Strategy Could Be Used to “Take” Guns, Bibles Trump Jr. Calls on Manchin, Testers to Stand Against Biden’s ATF Candidate On The Money: Biden Fires Head of Social Security Administration | IRS scandals haunt Biden and urge MORE for more funding‘s plans to conduct door-to-door operations to promote COVID-19 vaccinations and call the effort “deeply worrying”.

Biggs and 31 other GOP House members faced what he called the administration with what he called a serious invasion of privacy in a letter sent to the president on Friday.

“There is no scenario where the federal government should actively step into communities and travel door-to-door to pressure Americans to get a vaccine,” the letter said.

Legislators asked officials to respond to questions by July 23 about whether the public relations work is constitutional and whether the government has created a database or has access to other databases to keep track of those who received the shots or not .

Biden officials have repeatedly said the federal government has no plans to track vaccination status or introduce vaccination passports.

Criticism of the government’s plans for a door-to-door campaign in support of vaccination has increased since Biden mentioned the effort Earlier this week to increase lagging vaccination rates along with general community outreach.

In a separate statement, Biggs called on the government to focus more on dealing with the border crisis, inflation and the “crime wave” in cities “instead of meddling in private medical decisions.”

“American door-to-door espionage is another example of the burgeoning surveillance state by the national government,” he said.

Missouri Governor Mike Parson and South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster, both Republicans, have also condemned the door-to-door vaccination push, with Parson saying he doesn’t want the government to “force” vaccinations.

Lisa Cox, a spokeswoman for the Missouri Department of Health, said The Kansas City star that the state has not carried out door-to-door vaccine funding, “but that does not mean that it has not been used at the local level”.

“As with many issues posed by the pandemic, there is no one-size-fits-all approach that works for every single community,” said Cox.

McMaster also joined the rejection, calling on Friday that health officials ban “targeted” door-to-door campaigns.

White House press secretary Jen PsakiJen PsakiCawthorn: Biden door-to-door vaccination strategy could be used to ‘take’ weapons, Bibles Overnight Defense: Taliban attack Afghan air force pilots | Haiti urges US security forces in the midst of civil unrest Haiti calls for US security forces to guard the infrastructure in the midst of civil unrest MORE countered McMaster’s remarks during a news conference on Friday, saying that since April the campaign has included grassroots volunteers and clergy walking door-to-door, not federal employees.

“Failure to provide accurate public health information, including the effectiveness of vaccines and their availability to people across the country, including South Carolina, is literally killing people, so maybe they should consider that,” said Psaki.

Member of the coronavirus task force Jeff ZientsJeff ZientsCawthorn: Biden’s door-to-door vaccine strategy could be used to “take guns”, the governor of Bibles South Carolina seeks to ban Biden’s door-to-door vaccine strategy Freedom Caucus chairman attacks Biden’s anti-vaccine campaigns to MORE Critics of the door-to-door scheme also accused of “feeding misinformation and trying to misrepresent this type of” trustworthy messenger work “”.

Earlier this year, Missouri agreed to a $ 55 million grant from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention to increase vaccination rates, including funding for funding Door-to-door work and cooperation with community leaders, in accordance with The star.


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