Does the CNN anchor endorse starving out Americans who choose not to get the jab?

Source: Kelen McBreen

CNN anchor Don Lemon told his colleague Chris Cuomo Tuesday night that he thinks unvaccinated people should not be allowed to shop for food or have jobs, among other limitations.

Endorsing a scenario that would leave millions of Americans homeless and starving, Lemon said, “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 the vaccine? Can’t go to work. You don’t have a vaccine? Can’t come here, no shirt, no shoes, no service,” the CNN host said. https://www.youtube.com/embed/EhlGC4EZ4Is?feature=oembed

Lemon mocked Americans who don’t want to get the experimental shot, saying, “They just keep going back and saying, ‘Well, it’s my freedom, it’s whatever, I’m free.’ Well, your kid’s not free to give other kids meningitis in schools. You got to take a vaccine to do that. You got to take vaccines in order to be employed, so what’s the big deal?”

Newsflash Don! Mandating vaccinations at schools and in the workplace is unAmerican and should be illegal as well.

He continued, telling Cuomo, “And all these people who are saying, ‘I don’t want to put this stuff in my body,’ they’re out drinking on the weekend and putting other substances in their bodies that’s way worse for them than a vaccine. So, come on, let’s be real.”

For one, not everybody is out drinking and doing drugs every weekend as if they’re Don Lemon on New Year’s Eve.

Plus, people who engage in those activities are doing so voluntarily and not under duress of a worldwide propaganda effort pushed by the media, medical and political establishments.

CNN is prepping the nation for mandatory vaccinations, which the DOJ recently declared “legal” in defiance of basic human rights.