Leana Wen

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Person.png Leana Wen  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(health official, doctor, deep state functionary)
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BornJanuary 27, 1983)
NationalityUS
Alma materCalifornia State University (Los Angeles), Washington University, Merton College (Oxford)
SpouseSebastian Walker
Member ofBrookings Institution, WEF/Young Global Leaders/2018
Doctor who wants to make life "hard" for Americans who have not received a COVID-19 jab. World Economic Forum Young Leader 2018. Former Planned Parenthood President.

Employment.png President of Planned Parenthood

In office
November 12, 2018 - July 16, 2019

Leana Sheryle Wen is an American physician, an op-ed columnist with The Washington Post and a CNN medical analyst. She is a practicing physician, a former Health Commissioner for the City of Baltimore[1] Currently, she is a visiting professor of Health Policy and Management at the George Washington University, where she is a Distinguished Fellow in the Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity.[2] She is also a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution.[3]

“There are privileges associated with being an American. That if you wish to have these privileges, you need to get vaccinated. Travel, and having the right to travel in our state, it’s not a constitutional right as far as I know to board a plane.”
Leana Wen (September 10, 2021)  [4]

In July 2021, as a CNN 'medical contributor' (presumably with an undisclosed payment from someone), Wen suggested that life needs to be "hard" for Americans who have not received a COVID-19 vaccine and individuals who refuse to get shots should perhaps face weekly testings. "But at some point these mandates, by workplaces, by schools, I think it will be important to say, ‘Hey, you can opt out, but if you want to opt out, you have to sign these forms, you have to get twice weekly testing,’" Wen said. "Basically, we need to make getting vaccinated the easy choice."[5]

In a July 6 2021 op-ed in the Washington Post, Wen called on President Joe Biden to double down on vaccine requirements.“Biden announced on Tuesday that his administration will double down on vaccination efforts with more community outreach and educational resources. That’s not nearly enough,...Biden needs to get behind proof of vaccination, starting with his own White House events.”

In the op-ed she also asked as a policy that people should be "surrounded with others who are also vaccinated...Colleges and universities understand this, which is why hundreds of them have already announced that they will require vaccinations for their students and employees come fall. Many hospitals are mandating employees to receive the covid-19 shot as part of their required immunizations. More workplaces should be instituting these mandates to protect employees and their families, and the Biden administration needs to assist with these efforts."

In September 2020, Wen appeared on CNN as the network's medical analyst and claimed that Black Lives Matter protests were safer than then-President Donald Trump's campaign rallies, in part because of the "behavior of the participants." "At protests, many people are aware of the risks and are doing everything they can to reduce that risk, versus at many of the rallies we are seeing people going in defiance."[6]

Boston Marathon bombing

In 2008 Wen was a physician at Boston General Hospital where she dealt with victims from the Boston Marathon bombing.

In 2013 she gave this rather staged interview about her role in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombing


 

A Quote by Leana Wen

PageQuoteDateSource
COVID-19/Perpetrators/WEF“You have the option to not get vaccinated if you want, but then you can't go out in public.”2021Reason


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