Nancy Pelosi admitted just over four months ago that the federal government could not require individuals to be vaccinated.
Pelosi’s comments are in stark contrast to this weeks move by the Biden administration forcing private businesses to implement vaccine requirements for their employees.
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President Biden announced on Thursday that he is mandating covid vaccines for close to two-thirds of the American workforce.
“There’s been some pushback from both the right and the left about requiring social distancing and fully masked participants last night,” the reporter asked.
“Why not consider something like requiring that everyone be fully vaccinated? Why require masks at a time when public health officials want the message to be about vaccination?” she continued.
“So – so here is the thing. We are – we cannot require someone to be vaccinated. That’s just not what we can do. It is a matter of privacy to know who is or who isn’t,” Pelosi said at the time.
“I can’t go to the Capitol Physician and say, ‘Give me the names of people who aren’t vaccinated, so I can go encourage them or make it known to others to encourage them to be vaccinated.’ So we can’t – we can’t do that,” she explained, expressing hope that “science would guide them to protect themselves, their family members and be good colleagues in the workplace to get vaccinated.”
She also admitted it is not possible to force shots on the American people.
“So, if we could, but we can’t require vaccinations for the Members, much less for the American people. Some people want to say, ‘Don’t come into my store unless you’re vaccinated, this or that.’ It causes commotion,” she admitted. Yet, months later, President Biden announced plans to issue sweeping vaccination requirements for certain healthcare workers, federal employees, federal contractors, and private businesses. “My job as president is to protect all Americans. So tonight, I’m announcing that the Department of Labor is developing an emergency rule to require all employers with 100 or more employees that together employ over 80 million workers to ensure their work forces are fully vaccinated or show a negative test at least once a week,” Biden announced during Thursday’s decisive speech, in which an angry Biden berated unvaccinated Americans and warned that “patience is running thin.”
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