President Biden Says Unvaccinated People Will ‘Pay A Price’

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President Joe Biden speaks during a meeting with labor leaders in the Oval Office of the White House, Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

President Joe Biden has made some recent announcements regarding the Center for Disease Control’s updated guidelines, which rule that masks are completely unnecessary for the vaccinated in indoor and outdoor situations. While he said he is not backing down from battling the science, he urged Americans to “respect” those who continue to wear their face masks in public. He even threatened unvaccinated people with a sinister claim that they will “pay the price” for not receiving one of the four COVID-19 vaccines.

Contrary to the radical left’s claim, research has shown that masks provide minimal protection from the virus and, in some cases, have actually made it easier to spread virus particles. Some reports have even shown that masks actually harm health and increase the risk of viral and bacterial infection. But President Biden stuck to his claims that some businesses “may want to continue” requiring masks and that people should be kind and respectful as we come out of the pandemic.

Despite the way anti-maskers have been treated over the last year, it’s almost ironic that Biden is telling them to be nice to those who wear a mask (when it should be the other way around). According to Democratic leaders, if you didn’t participate in the mass mask hysteria then you were a ‘Grandma killer.’

President Biden announced that the U.S will share “millions more doses” of COVID-19 vaccines with other countries around the world, along with an additional 60 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine – which has not yet been approved for use in the U.S.

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He also highlighted COVID-19 deaths being down by 81%, which is their lowest level since April of 2020. President Biden cautioned that he couldn’t promise things will “continue this way” and hints at more state setbacks if the unvaccinated do not get vaccinated. He repeated his target date of having 70% of Americans receiving at least one COVID-19 vaccine shot by Independence Day.

In the same breath, President Biden moved away from his positive messages of being ‘kind’ and ‘respectful’ to threaten those who decide not to get the jab.

“If the unvaccinated get vaccinated, they will protect themselves and unvaccinated people around them. If they do not, states with low vaccination rates may see those rates go up, may see this progress reversed. Ultimately, those who are not vaccinated will end up paying the price. The vaccinated will continue to be protected against serve illnesses, but others may not be if you’re not vaccinated,” President Biden said.

President Biden didn’t elaborate on what “price” he believes will be paid by unvaccinated people but kept with traditional Dem manner in trying to incentivize the jab in exchange for individual freedoms, something that shouldn’t have been taken away or compromised in the first place. Others argued that it’s actually the opposite and that those who are vaccinated will “pay the price” and find out why it’s not FDA approved.

There is still insufficient evidence for those who’ve already had COVID-19 on how long the antibodies last and how well they last with the vaccination. Most don’t see the reason for getting the vaccination, arguing that one’s natural antibodies produced by the body are longer lasting than an unknown vaccine.

Vaccinations are a personal choice and no one should be punished either way. Vaccinated Dems shouldn’t be paranoid around unvaccinated people “if the vaccine works.”