30 Congressional Democrats Beg Dear Leader Biden to Ban 'Unvaxxed' from Flying

30 Congressional Democrats Beg Dear Leader Biden to Ban ‘Unvaxxed’ from Flying

It’s travel season. Thanksgiving and Christmas mean more Americans are hopping on planes and visiting loved ones than any other time of the year. This particular travel season is set to be whopper with millions of Americans planning on taking to the skies.

If Democrats get their way, only the privileged “fully vaccinated” will be able to enjoy their families while the segregated unvaxxed are relegated to taking the bus. According to Yahoo! News:

Democratic lawmakers are urging President Joe Biden to require that all airline passengers either show proof of full vaccination against the coronavirus or a negative COVID-19 test before boarding a domestic flight.

The request was made in a letter, signed by more than 30 Democrats that was sent to Biden November 11.

“This is a necessary and long overdue step toward ensuring all Americans feel safe and confident while traveling and reduce the chances of yet another devastating winter surge,” the Democrats wrote in the letter.

As we’ve long said, medical tyranny will continue to expand until enough Americans stand up and force them to stop. Politicians in general and Democrats in particular love flexing their authoritarian muscles, and that means making no-win situations until they’re able to codify their draconian measures. Millions are already being forced to choose between jab or job. Now, the prospects of being able to travel easily are being threatened.

It may only be 30 Democrats who have signed up so far, but if one were to poll all Democrats on Capitol Hill, they’d be hard pressed to find one who would outright oppose such a measure. That tells us that we might be able to make it through this particular season without a law regarding travel and forced vaccinations, but if Pandemic Panic Theater is allowed to continue we can expect a parting blow next year from Democrats before they lose control of the House and Senate.