In order to once again attend sporting events at Madison Square Garden, visit art galleries or eat at restaurants, New Yorkers will soon need an “Excelsior Pass,” the nation’s first “vaccine passport” for recipients of Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) injections.
The program will require New Yorkers to either receive a “vaccine” or test “negative” for the Chinese virus before being allowed inside various venues. Users will either need to show the Excelsior Pass on their smartphones or carry around a printout bearing a QR code as proof of compliance.
According to the “EPass” website, a special app will “store Passes on a mobile device for easy access at any time.”
“Each Pass will have a secure QR code, which participating businesses and venues can scan using a companion app to verify proof of COVID-19 negative test results or proof of vaccination,” a news release explains.
“An individual’s data is kept secure and confidential at all times.”
The office of Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that the app will be ready for larger businesses within the next few days. By April 2, smaller “arts, entertainment and event” venues will also be ready for compliance.
When scanned, an Excelsior Pass will not display a user’s health information. Instead, it will simply show either a green checkmark if the person was vaccinated or tested “negative” for the Wuhan flu, or a giant red “X” if not. The data used to display one or the other mark is reportedly encrypted on a blockchain.
This latest “innovation” represents the next installment of the mark of the beast. Though not yet fully mandated across the globe, the world is getting a sneak peek at how the system will work.
After receiving an injection that forever alters a person’s DNA, rendering him or her non-human, the “vaccine passport” then connects that empty soul to the blockchain.
Soon, these “vaccine passports” will morph into microchip implants that cannot be stolen or hacked like a smartphone can. Expect to hear reports in the near future about how “vaccine passports” are not secure enough, requiring that they be converted into digital marks that are injected into the right hand or forehead.
At first the mark will probably be “optional,” just like the “vaccines” and associated “passports” currently are. Refusers will be told they cannot attend concerts, go the movies, travel or eat out. Then the requirements will expand to one’s employment before finally becoming a requirement in order to buy and sell.
This is a process that readers must recognize takes time. Just because all of this is not currently mandated does not meant that it isn’t in the works — it won’t stay optional forever. We have already seen how masks went from optional to “required,” and the same thing will likely soon happen with the vaccines. Then it will become the chip.
“This only represents the beginning,” adds Evan James, writing for Big League Politics.
“It would not come as a shock if such ‘passports’ became available in many other states and were implemented by numerous hospital networks, airlines, sports arenas and stadiums, and so on.”
Many readers agreed, observing that such insanity is entirely unconstitutional – that is if Americans are actually willing to stand up for their precious constitutional rights, which are being eroded daily.
“I’m not doing this,” wrote one commenter. “If America has come to this, there will be another revolution.”
“My medical records are nobody’s business,” wrote another. “There are laws against this!”
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