Former Democratic senator and current MSNBC contributor Claire McCaskill on Monday groaned about Republicans’ opposition to vaccine passports.
“I don’t know how the right got so far ahead creating such a political connotation around the conversation of vaccine passports but again, down here on planet earth, just about every college that has announced back-to-school policies for the fall has announced a policy that includes proof of vaccination,” MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace said.
According to Wallace, providing proof of a COVID vaccine is no different than parents having to provide other immunization records when a student is enrolled in school.
“I don’t know, but it’s bad,” a wide-eyed Claire McCaskill replied. “I live in a state that the state legislature is dominated by Trumpers and they are busy making it illegal for a business to require a passport, a vaccine passport.”
McCaskill echoed Wallace’s earlier point, saying she too had to provide vaccine records to her children’s school. The former senator also said she had