Dr. Anthony Fauci is instructing Americans celebrating the Christmas holiday to request family members provide proof of vaccination.
Speaking to the Washington Post on Wednesday, Joe Biden’s chief medical advisor acknowledged that vaccinated Americans are feeling duped by the never-ending cascade of Covid regulations, but says they should take solace in the fact they can congregate with other vaccinated people.
“I mean, one thing that vaccinated people can feel comfortable, for example…let’s take the holiday setting. You’re with your family, you have grandparents and parents and children. When you get vaccinated and you have a vaccinated group and you are in an indoor setting, you can enjoy as we have traditionally over the years dinners and gatherings within the home with people who are vaccinated,” Fauci said, suggesting unvaccinated family members should be excluded from gatherings.
“And that’s the reason why people should, if they invite people over to their home, essentially ask and maybe require that people show evidence that they are vaccinated.”
In a separate interview with USA Today published Wednesday, Fauci laid the holiday vaccine propaganda on thick, insisting Santa Claus had already been vaccinated three times over.
“Santa already has great innate immunity,” Fauci said, appearing to recognize St. Nick’s natural immunity.
However, Fauci went on to say, “This year he is even more protected because he has been fully vaccinated and boosted. Santa will be just fine and is good to go!”
Last year, Fauci also told children during a CNN Sesame Street special that he had personally jabbed Kris Kringle, saying “I vaccinated Santa Claus myself… I measured his level of immunity and he is good to go.”
In another interview Wednesday, Fauci appeared to demand Joe Biden should undermine vaccine refusers by imposing vaccine mandates across the board for “the communal good.”
“I would prefer, and we all would prefer that people would be voluntarily getting vaccinated, but if they’re not gonna do that, sometimes you’ve got to do things that are unpopular, but that clearly supersede individual choices and are directed predominantly at the communal good.”