Florida Rejects Biden’s Moves to Create Mandatory COVID Passports

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COVID has a 98.7% survival rate. How do we judge the success of vaccines – when they reached 98.9%? Once you start with a COVID Passport, then what is next?

By Martin Armstrong for Armstrong Economics

Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis said he would take executive action this week against vaccine passports. DeSantis said he will be issuing an executive order in the state forbidding vaccine passports. Local governments and businesses that would use these digital passports to allow vaccinated individuals to travel and attend events would not be allowed. He said that “we are not supporting doing any vaccine passports in the state of Florida.” DeSantis point blank said this violates privacy and individual liberties. “It’s completely unacceptable for either the government or the private sector to impose upon you the requirement that you show proof of vaccine to just simply be able to participate in normal society.”

One really has to ask when this scam will end? COVID has a 98.7% survival rate. How do we judge the success of vaccines – when they reached 98.9%? Once you start with a COVID Passport, then what is next? Vaccines for everything else in the realm of disease? People are to be denied liberty and employment because of a vaccine? When will the press stand up for the people and tell the truth that this is about climate change? After all, it was the Guardian who no longer guards the people who came out and reported we need lockdowns every two years to implement the United Nation’s climate change agenda with ZERO CO2. Even Washington Post reported that masks were useless yet people are fined thousands of dollars or imprisoned around the world for not wearing something that every study said was USELESS.

When I moved to Florida 5 years ago, I ran the computer models in the various states and Florida came up as #1. I had no idea it was projecting such a diverse trend to the rest of the United States on this scale.

By Martin Armstrong for Armstrong Economics

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