Biden and Fauci Say the Vaccine Will 'Let' Americans Celebrate Christmas, but They Still Push Foolishness

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As a pragmatic logical thinker, I have a fundamental problem with the answer we get from Joe Biden and Anthony Fauci to the following, relatively simple question — as do tens of millions of Americans.

If the vaunted COVID vaccine is the be-all and end-all of coronavirus survival, shouldn’t vaccinated folks be able to comingle with the “selfish” unvaccinated among us, safely?

Yet One-Trick-Pony Biden and Dr. Doom Fauci incessantly preach to us from on high about the “winter of severe illness and death” importance of being vaccinated. Why?

Incidentally, it’s time to stop calling COVID injections “vaccinations.” The CDC itself defines “vaccination” as “the act of introducing a vaccine to provide immunity to a specific disease,” and “immunization” as “the process by which vaccination protects you from a disease.” Then, by definition, shouldn’t the COVID-19 “vaccination” provide immunity from COVID-19? Shouldn’t it immunize us and protect us from the virus?

The answers are of course, yes — by definition of the term. Hence, in years to come, when COVID-19 remains with us, injections will be viewed much like annual flu shots are viewed, today. The hysteria will subside — the left will be forced to abandon it — and life under COVID will be similar to life with the flu, much to the Democrats’ chagrin.

Anyway, let’s talk Christmas. Consider the following warnings from Biden and Fauci.

When asked on Tuesday whether unvaccinated family members should be excluded from Christmas gatherings, Fauci said:

Yes, I would do that. I think we’re dealing with a serious enough situation right now that if there’s an unvaccinated person, I would say, ‘I’m very sorry, but not this time, maybe another time when this is all over.’

Why? If vaccines work, that is.

Particularly given that the data — the science, Dr. Fauci — continues to suggest that Omicron is the mildest variant yet. So many questions, so many contradictions.

And Biden — whose knowledge of all-things COVID and vaccines consists of the string on his back pulled only by Fauci — parroted Dr. Doom during his bumbling lie-filled speech on Tuesday about “combatting” the Omicron variant, which I couldn’t wait not to watch. 

I know some Americans are wondering if you can safely celebrate the holidays with your family and friends. The answer is, yes, you can if you and those you celebrate with are vaccinated, particularly if you’ve gotten your booster shot.

Oh, cool. Thanks, Joe! [rolling-eyes emoji]

These two are clueless as to how utterly foolish they sound, which is made even funnier by the fact that they both come across as if they believe the whole of America is hanging on their every word. As if tens of millions of Americans look to them for the next set of instructions on what they can and cannot do — left-wing loons being the exception.

And Biden’s transparent stick-and-carrot approach on Tuesday was driven solely by his handlers’ awareness that millions of Americans are fed up and over the scare tactics.

As we reported on Monday, even Colorado Democrat Gov. Jared Polis— a staunch supporter of vaccinations, masks, social distancing, et al. — told Democrat lackey and “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd on Sunday that Biden should “lead with facts rather than fear.”

The bottom line:

Biden’s administration is on life-support and his handlers know it. With “Build Back Better” all but dead (unlike some of my colleagues I believe it will be resurrected and modified, and Manchin will return to the table), a federal government takeover of the election system dead, Bidenflation raging on, and zero going right for Joe, they have stubbornly continued to cling to COVID-19.

Anthony Fauci remains on a self-aggrandizing power trip that he doesn’t want to end. Why the White House puts all its COVID eggs in this guy’s basket — particularly when he’s flip-flopped so many times — is perplexing. Don’t get me wrong; I hope they continue to do so.

And finally, Christmas is in three days. I will spend it with my entire family — vaccinated or not.

I hope you do the same.