Today’s read is from constitutional attorney and author John W. Whitehead is founder and president of The Ruthfrod Institute, and Nisha Whitehead, the Executive Director of The Rutherford Institute. Here’s an excerpt from what they write:
A federal COVID-19 vaccination style force may soon be knocking on your door, especially if you live in a community with low vaccination rates. Will you let them in?
More to the point, are you required to open the door?
The Biden Administration has announced that it plans to send federal “surge response teams” on a “targeted community door-to-door outreach” to communities with low vaccination rates in order to promote the safety and accessibility of the COVID-19 vaccines.
These door-to-door “visits” by COVID-19 surge response teams certainly qualify as a government program whose purpose, while seemingly benign, raises significant constitutional concerns.
First, there is the visit itself.
Second, there is the danger inherent in these knock-and-talk encounters.
Third, there is the question of how the government plans to use the information it obtains during these knock-and-talk visits.
Finally, you have the right to say “no.”
Here’s the bottom line.
These agents are coming to your home with one purpose in mind.
Lengthy read, but worth it right here.