Fauci Calls For Biden To ‘Clearly Supersede Individual Choices’ With Vaccine Mandate

Forced vaccinations must be imposed on Americans for the "communal good," says White House coronavirus adviser.

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Joe Biden’s COVID task force adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci slammed Americans exercising their “free will,” and demanded Biden impose “unpopular” vaccine mandates for “the communal good.”

In a Wednesday interview on MSNBC, Fauci explained that the government is sometimes forced to impose unconstitutional policies against the will of the American people for their own good.

“We really have to get people vaccinated, I mean I understand and we all understand how people do not want to be told what to do, they want to make their own choice and their own free will,” Fauci said.

“But you gotta think about your communal responsibility to get yourself and your family and indirectly then, the community protected.”

“So 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,” Fauci stated.

In a separate interview from the same day, Fauci doubled down on his remark, saying “communal responsibility” must be prioritized over “individual preferences.”

“Quite frankly, you have to [mandate vaccinations] when you’re in the middle of what we call a historic experience of the worst pandemic of a respiratory disease in the last hundred years. We have to put the communal responsibility ahead of individual preferences,” he told The Washington Post.

The NIAID director has been more vocally supportive of Biden’s vaccine mandate in recent months despite a series of rulings by federal courts blocking the mandate for overreaching on its constitutional authority.

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