After contradictory statements of the Minister of Health on television.
Health Minister Karl Lauterbach, SPD, confuses citizens with confused statements about his own plans.
For Karl Lauterbach, as is well known, every day is a day for a vaccination. But to the surprise of all viewers, the 59-year-old took a completely different position on ZDF, one that the public has never heard from him before: "I never said that all younger people should get vaccinated now," the controversial minister claimed: "That's just wrong."
What is correct is that Lauterbach had said in Der Spiegel that he would "in consultation, of course, with the family doctor, recommend vaccination to younger people as well." (FW reported)
On Twitter, the SPD politician followed up: He distanced himself from the idea that people should get vaccinated every three months. Yes, Lauterbach questioned indignantly on Twitter: "Do you seriously believe that people get vaccinated every 3 months to be able to go to a restaurant without a mask??????"
Correct: A so-called 'Corona protection concept' presented by Lauterbach and Justice Minister Marco Buschmann, FDP, contains a list of restrictions on basic rights that apply to anyone who does not get vaccinated every three months. (FW reported)
Since the health minister was infected with Corona, it is now suspected that the disease is causing him to show symptoms such as confusion. The Bild newspaper calls him "Chaos Karl." Others suspect "delirium of fever." Still others, such as the former head of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution Hans-Georg Maaßen, suspect a "mental illness."
"If you look at statements by Mr. Lauterbach - in some cases he is barely able to finish a sentence without mistakes," the CDU politician said, according to the JF, "you really have to ask yourself whether the man still has the necessary mental powers to perform his duties as a minister or whether the chancellor shouldn't have him undergo an official medical examination." - "I think the man is no longer master of his senses."