An example of the Republican Party’s collective mental instability is Rep. Madison Cawthorn claiming that is secretly going to door to door confiscating Bibles and guns.
Madison Cawthorn says today that Biden’s plan to send people door to door to offer vaccines is really a plot to confiscate people’s bibles and guns. pic.twitter.com/h6CPdJwv9t
— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) July 9, 2021
Cawthorn said, “And now he starting to talk about going door to door to take vaccines to the people. Think about the mechanisms they would have to build to execute that massive of a thing, and then think about what those mechanisms could be used for. They could then go door to door to take your guns. They could then go door to door to take your Bibles.”
Biden is a devout Catholic who goes to church more often than Rep. Cawthorn, so the odds of Joe Biden taking away anyone’s Bibles is exactly zero, which is also the same number of gun confiscation bills that Biden has suggested.
As Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) said, the Republican Party is becoming insane. The government is not going to be going door to door to get people vaccinated. Community leaders and local officials will be going door to door.
No Federal Government Officials Will Be Going Door To Door
Biden is proposing a community outreach program, which will involve local officials encouraging people to get vaccinated. It is not spying or a data collection operation. It is just people in the community encouraging their neighbors to get vaccinated.
Republicans have gotten to the point where even the tamest suggestions get twisted into dark conspiracy theories.
As Biden’s successes continue, Republicans are breaking down into full paranoia.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor, who is White House Press Pool, and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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