NIH Director ‘Frustrated’ with Evangelical Christians, Likes ‘Muscular’ New Federal Vaccine Mandates

In a recent interview with National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins, white evangelical Christians were identified as a specific group targeted for the sweeping federal vaccine mandate planning now underway. Those mandates were summarized recently by TrialSite. Far-reaching and possibly unprecedented, hundreds of thousands of companies with 100 or more employees now must compel employee vaccination.  In an interview with Religious News Service’ Adelle M. Banks, Francis Collins responded to a number of topics including the vaccine hesitancy among “white evangelicals.” Overall evangelicals represent a sizable, diverse group of Americans, ranging from 6-35% of the entire population. A Pew Research Center report suggested 25.4% or about 85 million people. Responding to a direct question that “white evangelicals are among the most resistant and hesitant toward the COVID-19 vaccine” the NIH head, a self-proclaimed evangelical himself,  was asked if he was “frustrated” with his fellow believers. Responding immediately that he was “a bit” frustrated directly with white evangelicals, the NIH director  acknowledged that lecturing probably won’t be as c...

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