QOTD: Kathleen Sebelius on Restricting the Un-Vaccinated

We’re in a situation where we have a wildly effective vaccine, multiple choices, lots available, free of charge, and we have folks who are just saying I won’t do it. I think that it’s time to say to those folks, it’s fine if you don’t choose to get vaccinated. You may not come to work. You may not have access to a situation where you’re going to put my grandchildren in jeopardy. Where you might kill them, or you might put them in a situation where they’re going to carry the virus to someone in a high-risk position.

– July 2021: Former Obama administration Secretary of Health and Human Services Administration


4 responses to “QOTD: Kathleen Sebelius on Restricting the Un-Vaccinated

  1. John R Bafaro

    This is the government trying to control via mass hysteria and brainwashing. If social media is a good barometer, and it is, it is working quite well. I’m very concerned because there is no ‘other side’ anymore.

  2. Well, she’s lying right off the bat, isn’t she? So why should I care what else she has to say?

    We do NOT have a “widely effective vaccine.” We have what appears to be a rather ineffective at preventing infection, experimental, perhaps transient, mRNA treatment that has caused life threatening as well as life-taking side effects–ones that were predicted by researchers in the field right off, spring of 2020, but got squelched/censored—
    and that as time goes by and more people become aware of that, they are declining to become part of the Phase Three trial–which all of us who have gotten jabbed are part of.

    Not to mention that word is out on the impressive effectiveness of Ivermectin, so people have even less reason to die from Covid.
    Read, and prescribe it doctors.

    I cannot fault anyone for taking their chances, nor do I feel that it’s “their duty” to participate in this great experiment “to protect others.” Not when the vulnerable can prophylax with Ivermectin for a near 100% prevention rate.

    She needs to read about the Nuremberg code prohibition on compelled experimental participation. https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/nejm199711133372006