House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is pushing the Biden administration to require vaccinations for federal employees and military personnel, and she will likely make a similar push for other Americans.
But it’s a stark change to what she said earlier this year. On April 27, 2021, Pelosi remarked that “we cannot require someone to be vaccinated” because “it’s a matter of privacy.”
“We can’t require vaccinations for the members [of the House], much less for the American people,” Pelosi said.
“So, here’s the thing. We cannot require someone to be vaccinated,” Pelosi said. “That is just not what we can do. It is a matter of privacy to know who is or who isn’t.”
“I can’t go to the Capitol physician and say give me names of people who aren’t vaccinated so I can go encourage them or make it known to others to encourage them to be vaccinated,” Pelosi said. “So we can’t do that.”
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