This is exactly my opinion.
And my worry about increasing attacks by the government.
Forced blood draws,
and other places are anti-vax.
from the beginning.
My race?, religion,
Scots-Irish race fought the establishment 2000 years since the Roman colony of London, England.
"I'm from the government.
I am here to help you"
The new coronavirus is real.
The response to the coronavirus is hyped.
And in time, this hype will be revealed as politically hoaxed.
In fact, COVID-19 will go down as one of the political world's biggest, most shamefully overblown,
overhyped, overly and irrationally inflated
and outright deceptively flawed responses to a health matter in American history,
one that was carried largely on the lips of medical professionals
who have no business running a national economy or government.
The facts are this: COVID-19 is a real disease that sickens some, proves fatal to others, mostly the elderly — and does nothing to the vast majority.
That, in a nutshell, is it.
(Editor's note: It's becoming clear that something is very much amiss in the way this whole virus "pandemic" is being played out.)
Knock, Knock. We're from the Government, and We Want Your Family's Blood – (Rand Paul Institute – May 3, 2020)
The Georgia Department of Public Health has announced that it, the United Sates Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),
and county health boards are together sending teams of government agents
to randomly selected homes in two Georgia counties.
These teams of government agents are charged with asking questions, including about household members' health, and extracting blood from all the people living in the homes.
The purpose is to test for "antibodies to the novel coronavirus to pinpoint who might have had COVID-19 and estimate how widely the virus has traveled."
People who live at the 420 randomly selected homes are free to refuse the questioning and blood drawing by the government inquisition and phlebotomy teams that show up at their front doors.
But, in reality, people often find it hard to muster the courage to say "no" to government agents who accost them in person "asking" them to comply.
People are intimidated.
They think that even if they say "no" the requested action will still be taken anyway plus they will suffer additional consequences for resisting.
That aids police efforts both to get people to say incriminating things and to obtain "permission" to search people and property, even from people who know evidence of a crime is likely to be found.
A CNN report by Dakin Andone shows that the government teams knocking on doors are employing some of the look of cops in their effort to obtain maximum voluntary compliance.
Uniforms, government badges, official letters are all part of the process, just like when cops show up for a home search holding a warrant.
one writes: "Health workers conducting the survey have CDC vests and badges, the news release said, and are carrying a letter from the CDC and the Georgia Department of Public Health."
This looks like a program that could expand countrywide.
In fact, it fits in well with moving into a forced vaccinations and "digital certificates"
next phase of the coronavirus crackdown.