President Biden has been condemned by Reggie Littlejohn, the founder and president of Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, for seeking to force Americans into obtaining a coronavirus vaccine against their will.
Littlejohn, a human rights activist and China expert, reacted angrily to Biden’s use of “vaccine shaming” and militaristic rhetoric to pressure Americans into taking the vaccine.
“In a in a clearly articulated six-point rebuttal, Littlejohn wrote: “I found Biden’s six-point Covid 19 address to be highly concerning”.
As Breitbart reported, Biden “completely ignores the science” demonstrating that natural immunity earned via recovery from the coronavirus is significantly superior to that offered by vaccines. Littlejohn asked, “How many of the 80 million unvaccinated Americans have already recovered from Covid?”
Littlejohn also points out the logical fallacies in Biden’s argument. Noting that Biden contends we need to “protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated,” she asks: “If the vaccine works, if it provides protection, then why do the vaccinated need to be protected from the unvaccinated?”
Biden’s disdain for those who do not wish to be vaccinated is also unworthy of his office, Littlejohn asserts, as is his employment of “vaccine shaming.”
Biden’s rhetoric — “I am frustrated with the 80 million Americans who refuse to be vaccinated . . . those blocking public health . . . We’ve been patient, but our patience is wearing thin . . .” is deeply disturbing, she declares, noting that many people “have valid reasons not to be vaccinated and do not deserve to be demonized in this way.”
Littlejohn also finds Biden’s use of military language, such as the deployment of “Surge Response Teams” made up of defense “experts” while doubling the number of “Military Health Teams” highly problematic.
“I thought ‘surge’ strategies were supposed to be deployed by our military against our enemies, not against Americans who have chosen not to be vaccinated,” she declares. “Why does the Defense Department and the military have to be deployed on U.S. soil to ‘help’ people with a virus?”
These expressions “remind me of the Chinese Communist Party’s ‘Strike Hard’ campaigns and ‘Family Planning Police,’” writes Littlejohn, a relentless critic of Beijing’s totalitarian control over its citizens.
Moreover, in his address “Biden says nothing about exemptions,” she observes. “What about people who have legitimate religious or medical reasons for not taking the vaccine?”
In her sixth and final criticism, Littlejohn notes that Biden “completely sidesteps the critical issue of how these sweeping vaccine mandates will be enforced.”
“What will his next step be: mandating digital vaccine passports?” she asks. “These passports can incorporate the same functionality as China’s Social Credit System, and in the wrong hands, can be used as tools of mass surveillance and totalitarian control.”
Littlejohn has insisted she is not an anti-vaxxer, but having studied government coercion up close in China for decades, she is very wary when politicians in the West adopt similar language and methods.