Democrats continue to persecute the unvaccinated
A masked, vaccinated Joe Biden, on a TV set with a fake White House, purports to get a booster shot. (YouTube screen grab)

Americans discovered on Wednesday that, on Saturday, Democrats had slipped something awful into their $3.5-trillion ironically named "Build Back Better Bill." If the bill becomes law (and the only thing currently stopping it is that Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin are saying "no"), employers can be charged as much as $700,000 per unvaccinated employee. This is madness.

The Daily Mail had the story:

The Biden administration has included a vaccine enforcement mechanism in the $3.5 trillion, 2,465-page 'Build Back Better Bill' which will enable the government to enforce fines on employers whose employees do not get the vaccine.

The mechanism, buried on page 168 of the Democrats' 'reconciliation' spending bill, will allow a tenfold increase in fines for businesses with 100 or more employees that 'wilfully and repeatedly,' violate a section of labor law that deals with workplace hazards, of which Covid-19 is now a part.

The increased fines on employers could go as high as $70,000 for serious infractions, and $700,000 for wilful or repeated violations — a sum which can be applied to each instance of a violation rather than a total limit.

If enacted into law, the fines could rapidly bankrupt companies whose employees are not vaccinated, in effect forcing businesses to comply with Biden's inoculation drive.

As you contemplate Congress brutally forcing businesses to fire unvaccinated employees, these facts should be at the forefront of your brain. (Note, I'm not a physician, and this is not medical advice; it's just an aggregation of information available on the internet.)

  • For people under 70, COVID has a 99% or greater survival rate.
  • There are early treatments that minimize the risk of hospitalization, such as ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.
  • There are preventative measures, such as losing weight, eating well, and exercising. There are also Vitamin D and other supplement approaches that are claimed to strengthen our immune systems.
  • People who have already had COVID have much better immunity than those who are vaccinated.
  • The vaccination does not prevent people from getting COVID (which means it's really a therapeutic, not a vaccination), although it does seem to lessen the severity somewhat.
  • The vaccination seems to promote the Delta variant.
  • The vaccination has an extraordinary number of side-effects, especially among the young, with more serious side-effects than all other vaccinations put together since the VAERS reporting system began.
  • The number of deaths is hotly debated, ranging from thousands to tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands. Wherever the truth lies, this is clearly enough to make reasonable people nervous.
  • People who have had COVID seem to react more strongly (in a bad way) to the vaccine.
  • Roe v. Wade, which Democrats see as a seminal text, recognizes a woman's bodily integrity. Presumably, men have that, too.

Accepting as true the core elements of the above info — a low virus mortality rate and a relatively high vaccine risk rate — the Democrats' aggressive push to vaccinate people makes no sense. Moreover, even as the Democrats attack conservatives, the people avoiding vaccines are Blacks, Hispanics, and nurses, all core demographics for Democrats. These are the people the Biden administration is forcing into being unemployed and uninsured, without even the benefit of unemployment benefits.

As the Democrats get more shrill and more vindictive, increasing numbers of people are going to assume that Democrats are acting from either insanity or malevolence. Either is a terrible choice for a once free country's political leadership.

That's my summary of what's going on here. Tucker's is better:

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Andrea Widburg
Andrea Widburg is Deputy Editor at American Thinker.