Donald Trump Jr slammed for opposing vaccine passports, Internet says 'we don’t take advice from criminals'

Trump Jr connected the vaccine passport with the citizens' freedom saying that Republicans in office must 'vocally and aggressively' oppose the vaccine passports


                            Donald Trump Jr slammed for opposing vaccine passports, Internet says 'we don’t take advice from criminals'
Donald Trump Jr pre-records his address to the Republican National Convention at the Mellon Auditorium on August 24, 2020, in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

Donald Trump Jr is almost always on the wrong side of Twitter. One minute he might be trending for having a foot in the mouth moment and at other times, he's viral for sharing factless, baseless videos on his Rumble, under the name of free speech. He is now being slammed on Twitter for asking Republicans in office to oppose "vaccine passports". 

Taking to the social media site, Trump Jr connected the vaccine passport with the citizens' freedom saying that Republicans in office must "vocally and aggressively" oppose the vaccine passports.

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"If you’re a republican in office and you’re not vocally and aggressively opposing 'vaccine passports' it may be time to find another career," he wrote on Twitter. "This concept could be the greatest affront on our freedoms in recent history and if you don’t see that it’s a problem."



 

Ever since Donald Trump Jr tweeted this, he has been on the receiving end of a lot of criticism, mockery, flak and more. Many social media users started pointing out his hypocrisy while others shared tweets about how Trump and his administration were responsible in their own ways for the spread of the deadly disease. If you recall the initial stages of the pandemic, then-President Donald Trump was highly criticized for his work on coronavirus. At one point, he even said that he won't be wearing masks because it is "involuntary".

'Find another career'

"We don’t take our advice from criminals," one user responded to him. "Good advice coming from someone who's never had a career that his daddy didn't give him," another user mocked him. "Speaking of time to find another career, Junior..." another said. Perhaps the strongest of the jabs was, "Clearly the best way to fight the tyranny of vaccine passports is to donate weekly (without really knowing ) to you so you can fight the evil forces that want everyone to get over the virus as quickly as possible"



 



 



 



 

Users reminded him of his father. "Trump was extremely effective in making the U.S. one of leaders in COVID deaths. if you don’t see that it’s a problem."



 

"Can't believe they make me vaccinate my kid to send him to school," one user said. Finally, users pointed out to just how important it is for people to get vaccinated and then carry vaccine passports. "I realize your children probably go to private school, but in public school every child has to have and present record of vaccines prior to attending school or have a religious or medical exemption. Vaccine passport is nothing more than that. I need to know if I am being exposed," one user succinctly put it. 



 



 

On Tuesday, the White House ruled out imposing any form of coronavirus vaccine passport in the United States, at the same time saying that private businesses were free to explore the idea. "The government is not now, nor will be, supporting a system that requires Americans to carry a credential. There will be no federal vaccinations database and no federal mandate requiring everyone to obtain a single vaccination credential," Press Secretary Jen Psaki reportedly told reporters.

"Our interest is very simple from the federal government, which is Americans' privacy and rights should be protected, and so that these systems are not used against people unfairly," Psaki said.

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