Fauci Admits Air Travel Vaccine Mandates Won’t Make Flights Safer, Supports Them Anyway To Force More Vaccinations

Unpopular Biden regime medical advisor and frequent cable news guest Anthony Fauci has stated that he supports vaccine mandates for domestic air travel as method to pressure ordinary Americans into taking COVID shots, admitting that such a mandate would no nothing to actually make the flights safer.

“A vaccine requirement for a person getting on the plane is just another level of getting people to have a mechanism that would spur them to get vaccinated namely, you can’t get on a plane unless you’re vaccinated, which is just another way of getting requirements, whatever that might be,” Fauci declared.

“Anything that could get people more vaccinated would be welcome,” the TV personality continued.

Fauci continued, “But with regard to the spread of the virus in the country, I think if you look at wearing a mask and the filtration on planes, things are reasonably safe.”

Fauci says vaccine mandates for domestic travel won’t make flights safer, but he supports it anyway:

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“We want to make sure people keep their masks on,” the Biden medical advisor pontificated. “I think the idea of taking masks off, in my mind, is really not something we should even be considering.”

Fauci recently pushed for vaccinated people to stay away from unvaccinated and unboosted people at holiday Christmas parties, though it is unclear how many partygoers actually followed the unpopular NIH employee’s advice.

“As we get to the Christmas Holiday and the New Year’s [sic], would it be safe for individuals who are vaccinated, who are boosted, to get together with family in the setting of the home?”

“The answer to that is yes, an extra level of protection would be the testing,” said Fauci, suggesting families should exclude loved ones based on vaccination status and COVID-19 test results, or lack thereof.

He then stressed strongly that this is not the current guidance for large holiday gatherings, which could be plagued with unvaccinated attendees.