Our elected “leaders” in Congress passed a bill on November 30 that would spend $400 million of our tax dollars to build ourselves a prison. They voted to void our right to medical privacy. They voted to violate our right to freedom of movement. They voted for the creation of a national surveillance infrastructure that allows the US government to track, trace and control every single one of us.
We Are “Digital Prisoners” Building Our Own Infrastructure of Government Control
This bill is just one of many examples of tyrannical government measures thrust upon us under the guise of “protection.” Instead of actually protecting you by standing for your right to privacy and medical freedom, your lawmakers are voting overwhelmingly to make it lawful for the federal government to monitor you 24/7. We should NEVER be forced to turn over our medical records to the government, Sensitive Soul. This data can too easily be exploited to exert punishing control over each and every US citizen. When our private data gets digitized as a va$$ine passport, we can be effortlessly traced, tracked and can quickly get our “freedom” cancelled for any “infraction” that the government invents.
Big Pharma and Big Government Benefit from H.R. 550, Not We, the People
This law would completely strip you of your right to medical freedom and privacy, Sensitive Soul. If H.R. 550 is signed into law, it would not only be a monumental invasion of your privacy, but it will also set a dangerous precedent for increased government control. It will authorize more vaccine mandates, and many more restrictions of rights, services and even healthcare. The well established principles that protect your medical information from exploitation are now being waived by our elected officials, not to your benefit, but to the benefit of their predatory paymaster, Big Pharma. Without pushback, this bill will become law and we will be one giant step closer to living under China’s soulless social credit system where our only option is to obey.
Resist the Covid Nanny State
Our condescending representatives want to “help us” keep track of our shots by sharing our private medical data with the government. The author of H.R. 550, Rep. Ann Kuster of New Hampshire, humbly bragged that the bill will help the government remind patients when they are due for a recommended vaccine and identify areas with low compliance. Really, Rep. Kuster, $400 million for helpful reminders?
No Va$$ine, No Fly, No Freedom?
This bill creates the legislative mechanism that allows federal, state and local governments to enforce vaccine passports, no-fly lists and any other restrictions they deem appropriate in a manufactured, never-ending emergency. Its passage would pave the way for our government to emulate places like Australia, where you can be arrested, taken to a covid camp and confined to a cell where you’re guarded at gunpoint for the crime of having a phone with location data that pinpoints you near someone who tested positive. (They’re also rounding up and forcibly injecting entire villages of Original People, the world’s oldest indigenous culture.)
Building Our Own Prisons is Costly
H. R. 550 appropriates $400 million to expand vaccine tracking. Part of this money would be spent on grants and cooperative agreements to state or local governmental entities that agree to adopt the new data collection guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC is an agency that has proven itself unworthy of our trust due to their capture by Big Pharma’s interests. Why would we even consider trusting them with our most sensitive data?
We must speak out. Let both of your US Senators know why this legislation poses such an unprecedented threat to freedom and liberty. Explain how it will lead to an unconstitutional invasion of privacy and the loss of medical freedom. Once freedoms are lost, Sensitive Soul, they’re nearly impossible to retrieve without extremely costly legal action.
Let’s Get Loud. Tell Your Senators to vote “Hell No!” on H.R. 550
Contact both of your U.S. Senators and tell them why you oppose H.R. 550:
“Hi, my name is ____ and I am a constituent. I am calling to tell Senator ____ my views on H.R. 550, which would unnecessarily appropriate hundreds of millions of dollars to expand vaccine tracking systems.
This is an unprecedented invasion of the medical privacy of American citizens. This bill violates the traditional principles of consent for sharing an individual’s medical information. Americans should never be required to allow the government to access their private medical information, so I urge Senator ________to stand up for medical freedom and protect every Americans’ medical privacy.