(RT) – Conservatives are up in arms after a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) employee was caught on camera advocating forced vaccination for minorities and a Nazi-style register of the unvaccinated, “like the Jewish star.”
FDA economist Taylor Lee told an undercover reporter with Project Veritas that the federal government could learn a thing or two from the Nazis when it comes to getting the population vaccinated, according to a video published by the conservative group – famous for its hidden camera sting operations – on Wednesday.
Lee suggested that “census goes door-to-door” looking for vaccine holdouts, and when someone without the shot is found, they “blow [the Covid-19 vaccine] into them. Blow dart it into them.”
“I think, at that point, I think there needs to be a registry of people who aren’t vaccinated,” he continued. “Although that’s sounding very [much like Nazi] Germany. Nazi Germany… I mean, think about it like the Jewish star.”
Lee’s fantasies of forcible vaccination got darker, as he told the Veritas reporter: “I’m gonna go door-to-door and stab everyone [with the vaccine], ‘Oh, it’s just your booster shot! There you go!’”
Regarding minorities (African-Americans are more likely than whites to be unvaccinated), Lee had the same solution: “Blow darts is always the answer.”
While blacks can point to a history of medical experiments being performed on them against their will, Lee said that he “can’t blame them” for their hesitancy to get vaccinated, “but at the same time, like, blow dart. That’s where we’re going.”
Project Veritas’ videos have been criticized by liberals for their allegedly deceptive editing, and the subjects are often filmed on dates with undercover reporters, where alcohol and bravado make them more likely to run their mouths and exaggerate. Nevertheless, conservatives were incensed, with one commenter stating that although Lee is not a senior official at the FDA, “I have a feeling the blow dart dude’s disdain for ordinary Americans is shared by many in the @FDA.” Read Full Article >