The left-wing control freaks at CNN love the possibilities coronavirus panic has given them.
They are using that panic to force America into all-out tyranny.
And CNN just went full 1984 with a demand that would make Joseph Stalin jump for joy.
CNN doesn’t believe that you are allowed to have a different opinion than they do.
They will label any opinion that doesn’t match their own as “misinformation” that must be censored.
This is most clearly seen in their arguments around the experimental COVID-19 vaccine.
Anybody who questions the vaccine must be destroyed in their insane left-wing world.
And CNN anchor took that to new heights on a recent airing of Don Lemon Tonight, where he calls for the unvaccinated to be banned from grocery stores, baseball games, and offices.
“I’m sure a lot of people won’t agree with this but don’t get the vaccine. You can’t go to the supermarket. Don’t have the vaccine, can’t go to the ball game. Don’t have a vaccine, can’t go to work. You don’t have a vaccine, can’t come here. No shirt, no shoes, no service. I think that’s where we should be because we can’t to waste our breath on people that are just not going to change.”
He went on to try to justify his Orwellian proposal, mocking those who believe that it is their freedom to refuse the vaccine.
“You know, the logic they keep going back and saying, well, it’s my freedom or whatever,” he began. “I’m free. Your kid is not free to give other kids meningitis in schools. Got to take a vaccine to do that. You got to take a vaccine to be employed. So what is the big deal? All these people are saying I don’t want to put this stuff in my body and out drinking on the weekend and putting other substances in their bodies way worse than a vaccine. Come on, let’s be real.”
Fellow CNN anchor Chris Cuomo agreed, adding that those who are concerned about the vaccine are “just as toxic as the virus.”
While his demand may seem far-fetched, the idea is making serious ground around the world.
In France, a law was recently passed that forced citizens to show proof of vaccination to enter most public places.
And New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio stated that he is considering following their lead in his own city.