Ana Navarro-Cárdenas issued a tweet declaring that she does not want to be around or even know anyone who remains unvaccinated against COVID-19 without having a medical reason for their decision.
"Unless you have a LEGITIMATE medical reason, if you’re not vaccinated, I don’t want to see you, talk to you, work w/you, socialize w/you or know you. It’s enough. Your 'personal freedom' is holding the rest of us hostage. It’s selfish and stupid," she tweeted on Monday.
While many people have been vaccinated against COVID-19, others have chosen not to get the shots, and the issue has proven to be a controversial topic.
"Is this supposed to be punishment or something? It actually sounds awesome," Blaze Media's Sara Gonzales tweeted in response to Navarro-Cárdenas's post.
In a tweet on Sunday, Navarro-Cárdenas declared, "This is not about politics or Party. It’s about life and death, sickness or health. It’s about life as we know it. Covid’s back with a vengeance. Shame on those standing in the way of mandates for political theater. They need to stop the bulls[***]. People, please get vaccinated."
Dr. Anthony Fauci recently said that people should tell unvaccinated members of their family not to visit.
"If someone in your family isn't vaccinated, should you ask them not to show up?" Alicia Menendez of MSNBC asked.
"Yes," Fauci said. "I would do that."
Fauci said that he believes there is "a serious enough situation right now that if there's an unvaccinated person I would say, 'I'm very sorry, but not this time. Maybe another time when this is all over.'"