The left seems to be shifting hard towards promoting forced vaccinations of Americans, which isn’t much of surprise.

Meet Dr. Leana Wen, currently a CNN medical analyst.  Wen, born in China, was previously the President of Planned Parenthood until 2019. She is an op-ed writer for the Washington Post as well, as if you didn’t need more reasons to not trust her.

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She appeared on CNN on Saturday and went all out to promote the jab.  Wen thinks life is too comfortable for unvaccinated Americans, and that it’s time to turn up the pressure.

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Dr. Leana Wen“So now we have this Delta variant thats much more contagious, because it’s more contagious it’s going to be even harder for us to reach herd immunity. We are going to have to vaccinate an even higher proportion of people to get there.  How quickly we get this under control and which way we go depends on what we do now when it comes to vaccination, to overcome disinformation.

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What we really need to do at this point is to make vaccination the easy choice. It needs to be hard for people to remain unvaccinated. Right now it’s kind of the opposite, it’s fine, it’s easy, if you’re unvaccinated you can do everything you want to do anyways. But at some point these mandates by workplaces, by schools, I think it will be important to say hey, you can opt out, but if you want to opt out, you have to sign these forms, you have to get twice weekly testing.  Basically we need to make getting vaccinated the easy choice. That is what it is going to take for us to actually end the pandemic.”

You can keep your testing, Doc.

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