Bill De Blasio Thinks It’s Okay To “Push” People Into Getting The COVID-19 Vaccine

We can all agree that New York City has gone to crap. That’s obvious if you visit the city and see all the homeless and, more importantly, the massive waves of crime that sweep through the city.

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio has been very bad for the city, and with the new Mayor, Eric Adams, filling the spot for de Blasio, there should be a breath of fresh air.

Even Adams isn’t happy with the way de Blasio has handled the COVID-19 vaccine mandate and defunding the New York Police Department. De Blasio owed the police department money.

De Blasio doesn’t have a concern for legal rights for the city’s citizens, either. He told a CNN anchor, “Humans are quite predictable. People will make the practical decision if you say, ‘Your paycheck depends on it, or your capacity to enjoy life and go do the things you want to do,’ but we’re not pressing hard enough.”

The COVID-19 vaccine isn’t the end of this pandemic. You can’t force a vaccine that isn’t even FDA approved, and the COVID-19 vaccines aren’t FDA approved. The CDC may have said this:

But, Comirnaty isn’t available in the United States. Comirnaty is legally different than Pfizer/Bio-N-Tech, and therefore if the vaccine isn’t Comirnaty, it isn’t FDA approved.

De Blasio thinks that manipulating and threatening the population with a lack of pay is acceptable to force people to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The Democrat, and Republican, politicians feel that they can brand their attempts as “ethical” and “compassionate,” but the fact remains that that’s not it. They’re pushing for these for control over the population.

Mr. Raegan tweeted:

There’s a lot of validity to that. Given that Monoclonal Antibodies and plenty of other therapeutic remedies to COVID-19 are available, natural immunity is easier to come by someone who hasn’t already had COVID-19.

Thank God de Blasio is leaving office. He needed to go a long time ago.