A CNN lackey called for the U.S. government and businesses to “leverage” their massive power against the American people to force them into taking the COVID-19 vaccines.
On CNN’s Saturday show “Smerconish”, host Michael Smerconish lamented that too many Americans are skeptical of the experimental vaccine, so a “bigger carrot” or a bigger “stick” should be used by the government and businesses to make them take the shot.
“Twenty-six percent of Americans said they will not get the vaccine, and among Republicans that number is forty-four percent. That’s scary,” Smerconish said. ‘Those folks jeopardize our ability to get to herd immunity faster.”
Smerconish warned the COVID pandemic would last “years” unless everybody is vaccinated and “periodically boosted.”
“If we don’t get vaccinated and periodically boosted, we could prolong the pandemic and find ourselves continuing to fight this battle for years, when we have the medical innovation to get back to living our normal lives in a matter of months,” he said.
Smerconish then quoted an article from his own website, pondering whether a “bigger carrot” or “bigger stick” should be used to force people to take the shot.
But without a better carrot or a bigger stick, many Americans won’t get vaccinated and we will suffer more death and dislocation.
Smerconish then suggested that the the government and corporations need to force the public into taking the vaccine by restricting essential travel public venues to people without the shot.
“If you want to convince the unvaccinated to do their part, is the best approach to show them that those who have had their shots are still wearing masks, or would displays of our forgone freedoms in a pre-COVID world be more effective messaging? That’s the carrot,” Smerconish said.
“But if this sort of encouragement fails, there’s also the stick,” he continued. “Which could be wielded by the government and private sector. Businesses have particular leverage, as they can require employees to get vaccinations and restrict public access to private spaces like airlines, mass transit, most sporting and cultural venues, restaurants, and movie theaters.”
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