LA Times columnist admits vaccine passports will ‘single out’ vaccine skeptics, ‘break the resistance down’
By News Editors // Apr 01, 2021

Bill Clinton appointee and Los Angeles Times Legal Affairs Columnist Harry Litman admitted that "vaccine passports are a good idea" because they will "single out" and "break down" vaccine skeptics. This comes amid widespread concerns with reports that the Biden regime is influencing corporations to de-facto force Americans to get the COVID-19 vaccine by restricting access to travel, products, and services.


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"Vaccine passports are a good idea. Among other things, it will single out the still large contingent of people who refuse vaccines, who will be foreclosed from doing a lot of things their peers can do," tweeted Litman. "That should help break the resistance down."

A recent poll by the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy that showed that a staggering one out of four Americans will reasonably refuse to take the experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccines. It appears that many Americans remain skeptical despite the creepy corporate/government campaigns currently urging them to get vaccinated.

To the displeasure of many New Yorkers, governor Andrew Cuomo has unveiled the "Excelsior Pass," a vaccine passport that citizens of that state will need to get in order to engage in commerce, as National File reported.

The New York Post reports that the vaccine passport will force New Yorkers to "prove their vaccination status, or recent history of a negative COVID-19 test, in order to gain entry to events and businesses," and was unveiled by Cuomo in a press release last week.

According to the New York government, the vaccine passport will be available on smartphones or be printed, and must be presented by New Yorkers to enter "businesses and become part of New York’s safe reopening." They add, "Businesses will scan your Pass with a mobile device or tablet."

In Florida, Governor Ron DeSantis recently announced that he will be taking executive action against the Biden regime’s development of vaccine passports. "You want the fox to guard the hen house? I mean, give me a break," said DeSantis. "I think this is something that has huge privacy implications, it is not necessary to do."

As National File reported, the Washington Post confirmed that the Biden regime and private companies "are working to develop a standard way of handling credentials — often referred to as ‘vaccine passports’ — that would allow Americans to prove they have been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus as businesses try to reopen." In other words, Americans will have to provide a certification of vaccination identification before being offered business.

It appears that the United States is taking inspiration for their COVID-19 response from none other than Xi Jinping’s communist China, who oversaw implementation of a QR code-based digital certificate proclaimed as the world’s first COVID-19 vaccine passport in early March, according to reports.

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