During the March 18 episode of his radio show, conservative commentator Ben Shapiro made the case for mandatory vaccination. When a caller asked Shapiro about the use of fetal baby DNA, and about the vaccine companies not having any liability and having access to a special government-sponsored payout system for those who sustain critical injuries or die because of vaccines, Shapiro made the case for mandating them anyway…
With his endorsement of mandatory vaccinations, Shapiro joins controversial lawyer Alan Dershowitz in the belief that the government has the right to forcibly vaccinate Americans. Last year, Dershowitz said, ““Let me put it very clearly, you have no constitutional right to endanger the public and spread the disease even if you disagree,” Dershowitz said, continuing, “You have no right not to be vaccinated, you have no right not to wear a mask, you have no right to open up your business.”
Dershowitz later asserted, “If you refuse to be vaccinated, the state has the power to literally take you to a doctor’s office and plunge a needle into your arm.”
Shapiro has a long history of taking policies and making endorsements that appear both anti-conservative and anti-America First.
Last month, Shapiro bashed the Trump-endorsed Chair of the Arizona Republican Party, Kelli Ward, for taking action to censure Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, who refused to allow the Arizona legislature to review the credible reports of widespread voter fraud in the state that could have helped reverse what many consider to be false election results certifying Joe Biden’s victory in Arizona. He described Ducey, who became one of the top critics of President Donald Trump in the country, as “excellent.”
Similarly, last year Shapiro demanded conservatives stop criticizing Sen. Mitt Romney for voting to impeach President Trump after the Democrats failed to make the case that the 45th president engaged in “quid pro quo” with Ukraine.
While President Trump worked steadily to remove America from costly and seemingly pointless foreign entanglements in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere, in 2019, Shapiro sided with the hawkish John Bolton. Read more…