After President Biden (D) missed his July 4th goal of a 70% nationwide vaccination rate, the president has now publicly advocated for a door-to-door vaccination program to get more Americans vaccinated, but State Rep. Anthony Sabatini (R-32) who is running for the U.S. Congress in Florida's 7th congressional district, has already vowed to l0ok into filing legislation to ban the practice in Florida.
President Biden who has gone to extreme lengths to advocate for the COVID vaccine such as insinuating "Latinx," Americans won't get the vaccine due to deportation fears announced a "door to door," vaccine plan just days after the holiday weekend.
"We need to go community-by-community, neighborhood-by-neighborhood, and oft-times door-to-door, literally knocking on doors" to get people vaccinated," said Biden at a Tuesday press conference:
BIDEN: "We need to go community-by-community, neighborhood-by-neighborhood, and oft times door-to-door, literally knocking on doors" to get people vaccinated. pic.twitter.com/oJ2lG9bqaw
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) July 6, 2021
States like Florida, where COVID passports were shot down as soon as the idea was pitched, should be hard to distribute the vaccine in, especially with State Rep. Anthony Sabatini promised a big "HELL NO" to vaccine passports and promised to "do everything in my power to BAN vaccine passports.”
Sabatini knocked Biden's door-knocking plan as soon as the news was released, "Any Federal government employee that goes door to door pushing vaccination should be treated as a trespasser and ARRESTED."
Sabatini also said that "We need to pass legislation to BAN this sick practice immediately," adding to his point, "I’m currently looking at legislative options to file this year in the Florida Legislature."
Sabatini's conservative convictions on government overreach in vaccine distribution have caused him a little trouble in his candidacy for the District 7 seat against incumbent Rep. Stephanie Murphy (D-FL) who has characterized him as the "worst, most extreme, Trump-loving Republican."