A recent MRCTV report by Nick Kangadis covering the alarming news that the feds plan on issuing “vaccination cards” to Americans who get the needle inspires some big logical questions...
Ya know that enumerated section in the U.S. Constitution that claims for the feds the power to “fight” naturally occurring problems that American residents experience?
What? There isn’t one?
How about that section letting politicians hand oodles of your money to pharmaceutical corporations so that they will produce unprecedented vaccines to fight naturally occurring viruses?
Hmmm. Not there, either.
How about the section of the Constitution letting the feds take your tax cash and shower it on foreign labs working with American government oversight to “research” “new” (i.e. "novel") viral strains?
Heck. That’s odd. There’s no power “granted” to the feds for that, either…
Surely, there must be a power granted to the feds to have the military handle the vaccines that were funded through unconstitutional means, and then to have the military hand out “ID cards” to the recipients of the vaccines, and to have the feds share with every state government the personal medical data of all recipients, sans warrants…
This is tricky. Because, according to a gushing piece from CNN, all of those “tax-and-spend” things are being done to us and those Nazi-like “ID” things will be done to people who take at least one version of the COWABUNGA19 vaccine that the military says it already has, despite it not having been approved by that other unconstitutional body, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
I’ll pause here to let you savor that, because, as the hyperlinked video above shows, it is precisely what the head of “Operation Warp Speed” told David Martin, of “60 Minutes,” in early November. He said he already had millions of doses of the vaccines, despite them NOT YET BEING APPROVED FOR USE.
But, perhaps we are supposed to pay no attention to any of that, and just focus on the excitement of CNN’s John Bonifield and Amir Vera as they describe all of these pending moves by the feds and their NGO (non-governmental organization) tentacles. Offer Bonifield and Vera:
Vaccination cards will be used as the ‘simplest’ way to keep track of Covid-19 shots, said Dr. Kelly Moore, associate director of the Immunization Action Coalition, which is supporting frontline workers who will administer Covid-19 vaccinations.
And if you, the poor, misguided skeptic, wondered what the Immunization Action Coalition is, it’s an NGO which, like most “non-governmental organizations”, appears to be something not tied to government, but, in fact gets funding from the Centers for Disease Control (itself not sanctioned by the Constitution) and is closely connected to the World Health Organization.
And, how nice, Moore said that folks who get these wonderful little cards can keep them in their wallets, with their other “papers”.
And, thanks to these stellar “journalists,” we learn this:
Every dose administered will be reported to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Claire Hannan, executive director of the Association of Immunization Managers.
Then there’s this little invasion of privacy:
Vaccination clinics will also be reporting to their state immunization registries what vaccine was given, so that, for example, an entity could run a query if it didn't know where a patient got a first dose.
And isn’t that nice… It’s just for bookkeeping. Just to keep track, because, ya know, government and government-affiliated entities HAVE to handle your medical arrangements, have to be part of your private medical interactions, and have to have a record -- of your life.
It’s just like “Contact Tracing”, and everyone knows there’s absolutely nothing wrong with the government finding out if you were at a restaurant or bar or convenience store with someone and if you happened to test “positive” for COVID19 (or some other coronavirus) under the unreliable PCR test paradigm that sees viral material reproduced by a function of 2 to the Nth power each time the material is “cycled” (and the tests are usually cycled over 35 times, creating tons of false-positives). It’s all cool.
Don’t worry about the Fourth Amendment, which requires any agent of government to get a warrant from a judge if they want to search you or your property.
Everything’s cool, because, in 1996, the Clintonistas and Neocons passed HIPAA, the “Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act” another wholly unconstitutional “regulation” given its Orwellian title to hide the fact that it claimed for the feds, and, by association, the states, the power to collect your digital medical data anytime the feds wanted.
It’s all cool.
Just get your strange new vaccine for a virus which has a survival rate of 99 percent for those 69 or under and 94.6 percent for those who are over 69, forget that in 1986 the feds gave vaccine makers a lot of protections from lawsuits, get your “papers,” get more of your medical history shared with government agencies as the Bill of Rights burns, and don’t think about how the feds can claim they already have millions of doses on hand weeks before the also unconstitutional Food and Drug Administration has thrown its tinsel in the air and said, “Hooray!”
CNN’s “reporters” seem unconcerned with any of these facts. And they conclude with this:
The United States has said if both Pfizer and Moderna win FDA emergency use authorization in December, they could distribute 40 million doses of vaccine by the end of the month. Each vaccine requires two doses, so that's enough to fully vaccinate 20 million people.
And there are two popular understandings of the word “vaccinate." For example, the Cambridge Dictionary defines the word as “to give someone a vaccine, usually by injection, to prevent them from getting a disease.” But many mistakenly perceive the word to mean “make immune.”
This is not necessarily the case, and there are many questions about the federal role in pushing these vaccines that CNN seems averse to asking.
Not the least of which is how in the world anyone can argue that this is even remotely constitutional or moral.
If only there were a vaccine against rampant government -- something like a constitution that actually stopped the politicians.
Reading Nick’s important MRCTV piece, one can see that the pathogen of political gamesmanship is devouring the host.