Years from now, historians will be baffled by the fact that so many elected Republicans were so out of touch with their own base. We’re all laughing at Pete “Marie Antoinette” Buttigieg this week (which he earned) after he told us all to just buy $150,000 Tesla vehicles if we can’t afford high gas prices.
But meanwhile, five Republican governors have quietly implemented vaccine passports in their states – and three more Republican governors are about to join them. What in the world is wrong with these people? Do they never go outside and talk to everyday Americans?
The following Republican governors have quietly implemented vaccine passports in their states: Doug Ducey of Arizona; Spencer Cox of Utah; Doug Burgum of North Dakota; and Tate Reeves of Mississippi.
Virginia’s vaccine passport was implemented by former Governor Blackface Northam. We want to be fair to newly elected Republican Governor Glenn Youngkin, but he has yet to nuke the vaccine passport program from orbit and has not even indicated whether he has plans to do so.
In addition, Governors Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma, Henry McMaster of South Carolina, and Jim Justice of West Virginia all plan to implement vaccine passports in their states within the next month or so.
None of these people are calling it a vaccine passport. They just refer to it as an app on your smartphone that “empowers” you. When you stop laughing, just let it sink in that they really are saying that about the vaccine passport. It “empowers” you. In fact, all of these governors claim that the vaccine passport is NOT a vaccine passport.
Those Republican governors, along with 15 Democrat governors, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico have all adopted the use of the SMART Health Card. But it’s not a vaccine passport, they say. Really! It’s just a smartphone app that you show to someone else so that they will know that you’re vaccinated. (And do you see how that wizard spell works? It’s a SMART card. Guess what you are if you don’t have it!)
And it’s totally not a vaccine passport. You just need the SMART Health Card in those states so that you can go to a concert, eat at a restaurant, have drinks at a bar, get a haircut in a salon, or get on an airplane. If you don’t have the SMART Health Card on your phone to prove that you’re vaccinated, you can’t do some or all of those things in their states (these sellout governors are allowing private businesses to decide whether they will serve the unvaccinated). If you’re one of those dirty unvaccinated second-class citizens and don’t have the SMART Health Card, you can no longer eat at Chili’s. See how empowering that is?
Dr. Brian Anderson is the founder of a group called the Vaccination Credential Initiative, which wants to force everyone in the world to use a vaccine passport system like the SMART Health Card. Anderson says:
“What we’re going to see over the next month is a growing number of red states recognizing and appreciating the importance of empowering their individual citizens in their states.”
There’s that word again: Empowering!
Do I really need to spell it out for these retards? Apparently, I do.
Yesterday, I had the ability to go anywhere I wanted in this country. I could get a haircut, go to a concert, get drinks at a bar, or get on an airplane. I didn’t have to share any of my private personal medical information with the waitress if I wanted to eat at a restaurant. But today, because you have implemented the SMART Health Card in your states, I can’t do any of those things unless I provide you with digital proof that I had myself injected with a dangerous and experimental new medicine that I didn’t want or need in the first place.
If that is the case, you have not “empowered” me. You have stolen freedoms away from me and turned me into a second-class citizen in a country my ancestors colonized, conquered and founded. You are a pig and a tyrant if you believe this “empowers” me, and you are just as out of touch with your own base as Pete Buttigieg is with the American people.
Maybe these Republican governors actually do know how much the American people hate the idea of vaccine passports. That might be why they all quietly rolled out the SMART Health Card in their states without telling the people that they were doing it, and are letting private companies enforce it.