In an interview with Yahoo Entertainment, actor/activist/dictator lover Sean Penn declared that COVID-19 vaccinations should be mandatory, whining that he is “frustrated” by people who continue to resist the vaccine.
“This is one of those things that should be mandatory,” Penn said, comparing vaccine mandates to driver’s licenses, saying they are “no different than having everybody being able to drive 100 miles an hour in a car.”
Penn said he is “frustrated” with the resistance he has seen among unvaccinated Americans, although he concedes there should allowances for people who can’t take the vaccine due to underlying health conditions. “There’s different kinds of hesitancies, and so I don’t think that there’s much excuse to not know the information available anymore.
“That’s part of why I think it should be mandatory,” he added. “A resistance that’s just based on a certain kind of… lack of imagination and understanding of anything that’s helpful to the human race, I’ve become very frustrated by that. But I can only work within my own bounds and say that, for me, it should be mandatory.”
Penn said the private sector should be more aggressive in mandating the vaccine. “I think that the movie business [and] all business need to take the lead and to be not so timid.”
Penn, you will recall, is the COVID expert who recently ranted that the Trump administration’s pandemic policies were no better than “gunning down” vulnerable communities “from a turret at the White House.”