TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): It didn't take long for the government to use that new authority, granted by the court, to force other medical procedures on the American population. After the Jacobson decision, the state of Virginia passed a law authorizing the involuntary sterilization of people that the state deemed to be quote "feeble-minded" or "mentally ill." "Undesirable."
In a landmark decision, Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, whom we revere most of the time, ruled that the same legal framework that justified mandatory vaccination also permitted the government to sterilize people against their will. He was explicit about the connection. Here's the quote: "The principle that sustains compulsory vaccination is broad enough to cover cutting the Fallopian tubes," Holmes wrote. By 1930, dozens of American states were forcing women to undergo involuntary sterilization. In the end, more than 60,000 American women were sterilized by the government against their will.
That happened, famously, and we shouldn't be surprised by it. Things like that tend to happen when a distracted, submissive population allows the government to dictate what medical procedures they get, what drugs they take.