Jun 29, 2022
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Popular Fox News host Tucker Carlson compared covid vaccine mandates enacted by Joe Biden’s cabinet to medical experiments conducted by Nazi Germany.

“I thought that we had a kind of consensus on that” Carlson said on Friday.

“I mean, after watching what the imperial Japanese army and the Nazis did in their medical experiments, I thought that American physicians agreed that compulsory medical care was unethical, it was immoral and it could never be imposed on anyone. When did we forget that?”

Carlson’s guest, the virologist and one of the original researchers of the mRNA technology Dr. Robert Malone, responded saying: “Apparently about a year ago, I think yesterday” – referencing the anniversary of Biden’s inauguration in 2021 – “was when we must have forgotten that, although Mr. Biden prior to his election made clear statements that he wasn’t going to force vaccination.”

In December 2020, following his election win, Biden said to reporters: “No, I don’t think [vaccines] should be mandatory. I wouldn’t demand to be mandatory, but I would do everything in my power.”

Carlson has not revealed if he himself is inoculated with the Covid shot but Fox News has set strict rules for its staff.

The popular host’s interview with Malone took place on the day that a Texas judge blocked Biden’s vaccine mandate for federal workers.

Carlson’s Nazi comparison came on the heels of another Nazi comparison made by Fox News contributor, Lara Logan, who compared Biden’s chief medical adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, to the notorious Nazi doctor Josef Mengele.

Following that comparison, Logan’s reportedly dropped her.

Malone appreciated Carlson’s reference to the Nuremberg trials, saying: “Thank you for bringing up the Nuremberg trials, Tucker. They are crucial biomedical ethics matter. And this is frankly illegal and I’m so glad that the courts are making it clear.

“It’s unfortunate that so many federal workers and so many members of our military had been forced to take these products while they’re still experimental, against their will.”