"My body, my choice, see you later"

“People are up in arms about this,” Ainsley Earhardt noted. “Because we as Americans can make our own choices for our own families and our own bodies.”...

“When someone is knocking at your door with a vaccine, are they going to have the shot in their hand, or are they going to encourage you to go, ask you questions, like the census bureau does?” Earhardt continued. “Listen, when you are cooking or watching a movie, do you want someone knocking on your door that you don’t know? That’s a stranger?”

“The only answer when the government comes knocking at the door, ‘My body, my choice, see you later’ and shut the door,” Pete Hegseth agreed. “Ultimately, we are responsible people that can make that call for ourselves.”