Many people think that Bill Gates’ digital vaccine certificate idea is a fantastic way to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus. Thankfully, many realize that this is a horrific violation of constitutional rights.
One of these individuals is none other than Bill Barr, the Attorney General of the United States.
In a recent interview with Fox News, AG Barr made it clear that he is very concerned about the idea of tracking people around the nation, especially over a prolonged period of time. He went on to note that while the government did need to take steps to protect the population, it also needed to eventually allow people to find ways to protect themselves while going about their regular lives.
“[I am] very concerned about the slippery slope in terms of continuing encroachments on personal liberty,” Barr said.
As Barr rightfully points out, social distancing and other measures can make it possible for people to work, attend school, and enjoy life outside the confinement of their homes without endangering the weak and vulnerable.
While the liberal media attempts to paint the Trump Administration as heartless for looking for ways to reopen the economy and restore normalcy, there are millions who would agree with Barr’s honest assessment. The idea of tracking people in this way is a truly terrifying one.
Under Bill Gates’ vaccination plan, people would likely be shut out of the world at large for failing to have “proof” that they are immune to the coronavirus. At the same time, those who do accept the vaccination idea would lose any vestige of privacy that’s left in this nation. There is no telling how this information would be misused by those with nefarious intentions.
The Constitution does not give the government power to force citizens to choose between the ability to work and their basic rights. Thankfully, AG Barr seems to realize this basic truth, and is willing to stand up to Bill Gates and other elites who dream of the day when the compliant masses are microchipped and monitored by a “Big Brother” government in the name of maintaining social order and safety.
The notion of forced mass vaccination is even more terrifying than a global pandemic. Those who value their and freedoms should vocally oppose the idea just as the Attorney General has done.