Some time back, Jen Psaki, the current White House Public Relations flack, claimed that the Biden administration would not be requiring Americans to have what is being called “vaccine passports” in order to travel. The term “vaccine passport” refers specifically to the shots meant to mitigate against the scourge from Wuhan known as COVID-19.
(Since boosters will be needed in the future, supposedly, and there is no guarantee that recipients of the inoculations will not get sick with COVID or any of its “variants,” why this exercise is in motion is anyone’s guess.)
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said Friday that the Biden Administration is ‘looking closely’ at requiring international travelers to have a vaccine passport if they want to travel in and out of the country…
‘You know, one of our principles that has guided us throughout this pandemic is the value of diversity, equity and inclusion and making sure that any passport that we provide for vaccinations is accessible to all and that no one is disenfranchised,’ he responded.
No one would be disenfranchised other than the people who have done their due diligence and after researching the matter chose NOT to be shot up with a serum that changes DNA and has demonstrated to be disastrous for fertility not to mention all of the side effects of blood clots and heart issues that have been reported.
Oh, no, We the People who have not consented to be part of an experiment on humanity would not be granted any privileges for travel.
Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz tweeted Friday: ‘Vaccines are terrific and the COVID-19 vaccine has given us a lot of freedom. But there’s a real potential for government overreach. I don’t believe the government should force anyone to get the vaccine,’ he wrote in a tweet about a Fox News hit where he warned about discrimination. Federal officials have not issued calls to require vaccination, and states who administer vaccines are rolling out a series of incentive programs including crash prizes, free groceries, tuition, and other perks to try to entice residents to get the shot.
If the shots were really what they are advertised to be, why would there need to be incentives to take them?
This isn’t over.