Mike Adams has bad news for those of us who believe in vaccine freedom.
In a piece for newstarget.com, Adams noted that President Donald Trump Donald is pivoting towards “mandatory vaccinations.”
Adams is of the belief that Big Pharma has “completed its coup against the United States of America” by “apparently pivoting to mandatory vaccines as part of the so-called “warp speed” project being run by Big Pharma (and pushed by Dr. Fauci).”
Interestingly, Dr. Anthony Fauci has connections to China’s Wuhan virology lab, which many people believe is the source of the current viral strain. Fauci is the leading adviser in President Trump’s White House Coronavirus Task Force. Even mainstream outlets like Newsweek noted that Fauci financially supported the Wuhan lab with U.S. dollars
Mac Slavo of SHTFplan.com highlighted the Trump administration’s pivot to the “new Big Pharma agenda to turn every American into a guinea pig for a dangerous, large-scale medical experiment involving unsafe, barely-tested coronavirus vaccines.”
The Trump administration’s Operation Warp Speed is what’s now worrying many online investigators. Slavo describes it as a “partnership with ‘pharmaceutical companies and the military’ in a rush to create a coronavirus vaccine that will be mandatory. He’s stepping into Bill Gates’ shoes.”
Per a report from Bloomberg, the Trump administration is coordinating a Manhattan Project for vaccination to fast track the production of a Wuhan virus vaccine. The aim is to make enough doses for the majority of Americans by the end of 2020.
Although this project seems innocuous, liberty advocates should be skeptical of any follow-up measures to make vaccinations mandatory. Vaccinations, in of themselves, are not bad per se. However, mandatory vaccination programs give the government unnecessary power into the lives of people’s private health matters. Additionally, the rushed nature of such a vaccine could lead to possible defects.
If this program becomes mandatory, all liberty conservatives should stand up and oppose it.