Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) on Thursday introduced two separate bills to the House. One would reduce Dr. Anthony Fauci's salary to zero, the other would ban any requirement that one has to be vaccinated.
The two bills have been dubbed the "Fire Fauci Act" and the "We Will Not Comply Act", respectively.
According to The Hill, the "We Will Not Comply Act" would disallow businesses from asking for proof of vaccination to their patrons.
Neither bill is expected to go far, for various reasons. In part, the wording of the "Fire Fauci Act", for example, asks for his replacement to be determined by the Senate, although Fauci's position is not traditionally appointed in that fashion.
As well, the Senate and the House are both currently controlled by Democrats, and both bills go directly against the Democratic party line.
However, a bill very similar to the "We Will Not Comply Act" has been signed into law recently by FL Gov. Rick DeSantis (R), and other states may possibly follow suit.
This is despite the fact that the so-called "vaccine passports" are supported and perhaps even encouraged by the federal government. In fact, there are reports that the Biden administration is helping to develop this technology.
Greene has previously been criticized and banned from Twitter and other social media because of her controversial opinions.