Joe Biden said at a press conference Tuesday, July 6, that in his efforts to achieve the goal of vaccinating 70% of the population, he would send people knocking “door to door” looking for Americans who have not been vaccinated to convince them to get vaccination protection against the virus.
“Now we need to go community by community, neighborhood by neighborhood and often times door-to-door literally knocking on doors, to get help to the remaining people [un]protected from the virus,” Biden said.
Biden’s remarks are consistent with comments made by his press secretary, Jen Psaki, on the same day.
“The president will outline five areas his team is focused on to get more Americans vaccinated. One, targeted community by community, door to door outreach to get remaining Americans vaccinated by ensuring they have the information they need and how both safe and accessible the vaccine is,” Psaki said in a statement.
The Biden administration’s decision is in response to the allegedly high transmission level of a new strain, Delta, causing them to “reconsider” and implement measures to combat transmission— wearing masks (even if you are vaccinated), social distancing, and lockdowns.
Psaki said that while they support each state in taking steps to prevent contagions, it is up to each state to assess the specific situation to determine what steps to take. In fact, because of the unique shape of the United States as a country, the federal government cannot force states to adopt restrictions if the governor decides otherwise.
Reaction from Republicans
According to Fox News, Republican lawmakers were quick to criticize the idea of “door-to-door knocking” to convince people to get vaccinated or thinking that Americans don’t have enough information to trust vaccines.
In an admittedly different scenario but with the same trait of authoritarianism, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte threatened to put in prison those who did not want to get the CCP Virus vaccine.
“They can choose: they get vaccinated or I send them to jail,” Duterte said.
Alternative media reports vaccines are not safe
According to the Center for Communicable Disease Control’s (VAERS) own reports, experimental coronavirus vaccines have caused more deaths in the first three months of 2021 than for the past ten years combined.
On top of that, there are thousands of reports of adverse effects such as paralysis, seizures, blindness, Parkinson’s, difficulty breathing, and other issues that people who have had the vaccines report but are not correctly reported by the mainstream media.
Since the administration of former President Donald Trump unleashed a battle against the mainstream media for their campaign to defame his performance, many Americans and people around the world have stopped using the mainstream media for information. Instead, the gap is plugged by alternative media, which is experiencing exponential growth because it challenges the official narrative.
People can access uncensored information and make their judgments accordingly.