Rep. Thomas Massie Leads Coalition to End COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement for International Travelers Entering the U.S.

Congressman Thomas Massie of Kentucky is leading a group of Republican lawmakers who want to end the mandate imposed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) requiring virtually all international travelers to submit proof of COVID vaccination in order to enter the U.S.

“If you watched C-SPAN last week, you saw 434 Members of Congress gathered in the Capitol screaming, yelling, cheering, and speaking. Many of these members are unvaccinated, and many haven’t taken boosters,” Massie stated.

“So, why do we subject visitors who want to see their families to this COVID-19 double standard? The CDC’s unscientific mandate is separating too many people from their families and has been doing so for far too long. It needs to end,” the liberty-minded congressman added.

“Beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act, the air travel vaccination requirement for foreign travelers shall have no force or effect,” Massie’s legislation states.

“Beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act, no Federal funds may be used to administer, implement or enforce the air travel vaccination requirement for foreign travelers,” the bill continues.

Big League Politics has reported on how the COVID-19 policies pushed by the CDC are a crime against humanity:

A group of unelected officials at the CDC just voted unanimously to require children to take the experimental Covd-19 vaccine to attend public schools.

The vote passed 15-0. So thanks to the buffoons over at the CDC, the Covid-19 shot will be added to the regular vaccine schedule mandated to children.

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