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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) introduced two bills Thursday that would eliminate Anthony Fauci’s salary and ban vaccine passports.
Greene’s first bill, called the ‘Fire Fauci Act’ would lower Fauci’s salary to $0 “until a new NIAID Administrator is confirmed by the Senate,” and launch a probe to determine “what Fauci and the NIAID knew, when they knew it, what they spent money on and how the agency responded to the virus.”
Greene’s second bill, the ‘We Will Not Comply Act’ would ban vaccine passports — documents that show that Americans have been vaccinated — by prohibiting businesses engaged in interstate commerce from using them to allow patrons to access their services.
If a person feels they’ve been discriminated against because they haven’t been vaccinated or refuse to wear a mask, Greene’s bill would also allow them to file a lawsuit.
“It’s called Corporate Communism. Massive corporations are doing the dirty work of [President Joe] Biden and the Democrats. People should have the right to choose whether to wear a mask or get a vaccine,” Greene told Newsweek.
“They shouldn’t have to deal with judgement, hate or denial of public accommodations due to personal health decisions.”
It would also prohibit public colleges from requiring students to be vaccinated. Airlines haven’t said if a vaccine will be required to travel, but if Greene’s bill becomes law, it’ll be illegal for them to deny someone from flying if they haven’t been vaccinated. However, it won’t be applicable to non-citizens entering the United States.
“Our bill seeks to provide a vaccination carve-out for our citizens, not all persons traveling to the United States,” Greene told The Washington Examiner.
Neither bill is actually expected to pass the Democratic-controlled House and Senate, but the legislation marks a landmark move for the Conservative movement and those who value freedom or see through this massive hoax/scam.
Greene is not alone in her criticism of Fauci and vaccine passports.
Other GOP lawmakers have slammed Fauci over what they view as missteps in the early days of the pandemic. And a number of governors have railed against vaccine passports, which could be used to grant access to certain activities, buildings or events.
Fauci most recently clashed with Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) last month when the Kentucky senator said masks were “theater.”
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) earlier this week urged his state’s GOP-controlled legislature to pass a law forbidding the passports.
Democrats have said such remarks could further undermine trust in federal health guidance, which already appears to be low among Republican men.