Biden Said UnVaxxed Would, ‘End Up Paying The Price’ Now ‘No-Vax Tax’ Shows Up In Parts Of USA

On May 17, in the East Room President Biden said that those who chose not to get vaccinated would end up paying the price.

“But if the unvaccinated get vaccinated, they will protect themselves and other unvaccinated people around them.  If they do not, states with low vaccination rates may see those rates go up — may see this progress reversed, Biden said. “Ultimately, those who are not vaccinated will pay — end up paying the price.  The vaccinated will continue to be protected against severe illnesses, but others may not be if you’re not vaccinated.”

Now in parts of the USA a sort of “no-vax tax” is starting to show up in Democrat controlled spots of the country.

NBA team the New York Knicks announced they would only sell tickets to the second round of the playoffs to vaccinated persons. 

Fans aren’t happy. 

“I think it should be your choice, and if you wanna go to the Knicks game you should be able to go to the Knicks game,” Nick Marji said.

In the same fashion a Florida promoter is charging vaccinated individuals $18 to attend a punk rock festival and those unvaccinated would be forced to pay $999.

“We are NOT telling you what to do here, we are making a business decision and letting the market decide,” the promoter wrote. “If someone wants to come in unvaccinated, they will scare off a large number of patrons and will need to pay the difference.”

The promoter was able to get away with the scheme because the event will take place on June 26 before Gov. Ron DeSantis bill fining business $5,000 per violation goes into effect (July 1).
The rock band, The Foo Fighters is giving those vaccinated preferential treatment by selling tickets to vaccinated persons first; to attend the concert an individual will have to show proof of vaccination before entering the arena.
Meanwhile, Florida hosted the largest concert since the pandemic, aside from the Tampa promoter who was able to skirt DeSantis’ law Florida is choosing freedom.