It’s depressing how far our society has fallen in the past year.
With these wicked vaccine passports and digital health passes, we’ve arrived at the point of denying elderly people access to shop for groceries.
A despicable moment was caught on film in Chile as the country has viciously abused their citizens.
The clip involves a 100-year old who was blocked by a security guard from entering a supermarket.
The elderly woman, Isolina Grandón, didn’t have her “safe conduct pass” and couldn’t gain entrance to the store.
With this idiotic pass, citizens can only buy “essential” food items twice per week.
But Grandón can’t access the internet to obtain the tyrannical pass.
And this is the result.
It’s absolutely disgusting.
The Chilean government, this supermarket, that security guard, and everyone going along with this should be ashamed of themselves.
We’re living in the Twilight Zone where elderly abuse is permitted due to not having a “pass” to get inside a grocery store.
Here’s the clip below:
Adulta mayor de 100 años es impedida de comprar alimentos en un supermercado "LIDER" por no portar su permiso temporal. Lamentablemente las medidas del gobierno no son pensadas para los mas vulnerables, no todxs manejan la tecnología, no todxs tienen acceso a internet. pic.twitter.com/HrgdC7BpgM
— Radio Villa Francia (@rvfradiopopular) April 10, 2021
A 100-year-old woman in Chile was reportedly denied the ability to shop for groceries because she did not go online and register for permission from the government.https://t.co/FmAk6OpVdC
— National File (@NationalFile) April 11, 2021
100-year-old woman denied access to supermarket in Chile for lack of digital health pass vaccine passport https://t.co/Yhhobz8RVy
— Bill Tufts – People's Reset We Decide Not Elites (@BillTufts) April 16, 2021
100 Year Old Chilean Woman DENIED Groceries Because She Didn’t Have Government “Safe Conduct Pass” https://t.co/GnVYoHYAhX
— Constitutional Nobody (@USSANews) April 12, 2021
Unlike elder abuse in Chile, Nicaragua didnt do what most of the world governments did, abuse their citizens, & has outperformed health measures & better covid outcomes vs locked down neighbors. Theres over 30 studies now that show lockdowns dont work.https://t.co/ZQqTsrgoQU
— Rebel Moms: The Book (@RebellionPress) April 12, 2021
From Life Site News:
A 100-year old Chilean woman was denied access to a supermarket to buy food for lunch because she did not have the necessary health permit.
Images and video footage of the incident sparked outrage after going viral. The store security guard who denied her entry insisted that he would lose his job if he let in the woman without her access pass.
The elderly woman, Isolina Grandón, who has lived alone since her sister died, explained to the Chilean media program Aqui Somos Todos of Channel 13 that she does not have access to the internet, nor to a cell phone. In Chile, only those with health passes obtained from the website www.comisariavirtual.cl can travel or enter commercial venues.
Their “safe conduct pass” “only allows them to buy essential food items twice a week between the hours of 5 a.m. and 9 p.m.,” Summit News reported.
Grandón said she had told the store staff, “I’m only going to buy food for lunch, I’m going to buy a chicken breast.”
She recounted that when the store guards insisted she could not enter, she explained that she had not been able to get her permit because she didn’t know where to go, and she couldn’t go far from her home.
“I withdrew because what else was I going to say, what else was I going to do. I stayed there, next to the cashier,” she continued.
One witness said that she tried to explain to the guard that “she did not have a way to get permission, she does not know how to use a telephone,” but that he continued to insist that he could not give her access, because if he did, he would lose his job.
Another witness said that a woman who entered the store bought for the elderly woman the chicken breast that she needed.
The supermarket responded to the publicity with a corporate press release, stating, “We regret the situation that affected a client in our supermarket in Plaza Maipú and we understand that she may have suffered some inconveniences.”
They maintained, however, that making exceptions in cases like these “can have serious consequences for people’s health.” The company argued that “we have acted in accordance with the provisions of the health authority” so that “we can all face the crisis that affects the country.”