Like a scene from a scary dystopian movie, the Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) brought the military with them to administer Covid-19 vaccines to young adults over the weekend.
Clearly, health officials are trying to get creative in getting the rest of America vaccinated against the China Virus.
And it appears they are targeting the young with intimidation tactics.
There is a video circulating on Twitter showing the DCHHS and National Guard entering popular venues to administer Covid-19 vaccines.
We’re going out tonight too administering the #COVID19 💉 to bar goers in Deep Ellum. By getting vaccinated you’ll be able to enjoy going out again knowing that you’re safe & protected. Register today: https://t.co/ktULSgeNlN @JudgeClayJ @CBSDFW @NBCDFW @wfaa pic.twitter.com/dZgX380zFP
— Dallas County HHS (@DCHHS) May 15, 2021
In the video, you can hear the narrator say “this is what community service looks like” before they enter a 7-Eleven to administer a Covid-19 shot.
You can watch the video safety here from Rumble:
The man who got the shot says he feels “taken care of” as an American citizen.
The comments asserting the Totalitarianism of the move are numerous!
Men walking around in military uniforms to potentially inebriated individuals and offering vaccines… without taking vitals or a medical history…and no one in the comments thinks this is suspect and dystopian? I am deeply concerned for the future of humanity.
— Kids and Football (@YogaPantHijinks) May 18, 2021
Do you not see a problem with uniformed armed forces manipulating people into shots?
— Shane Hazel (@ShaneTHazel) May 18, 2021
Is it just me or does it appear to be an intimidation tactic to send in literal soldiers to implement vaccination in business settings…?
— Pierce (@brandonpierce) May 18, 2021
when a "vaccine crew" of literal uniformed soldiers randomly walks up to citizens saying they "need to get vaxxed"… do the individuals understand it's entirely an option and not an authoritative mandate? https://t.co/ACecQPzUxv
— politiek incorrect (@supernova773) May 18, 2021
WELCOME TO THE NAZI NWO
MILITARY POLICE STATE
BLAME THE SHEEP THRY WOULDN'T JOIN US AND FIGHT.https://t.co/N7rqccAqUo
— Citizen z (@citizenzee3) May 19, 2021
Truer words couldn’t be spoken by one Twitter user below, who points out that for every Tweet condemning the move, there is another offering praise, separating Americans even further.
This shows the division Government / media have fostered across not just USA but the World now. Half the posts here are praising this move and the other half are shaking their heads in disbelief and mild disgust.
Battle lines being drawn very rapidly now.
— Jason Cassidy (@FollowJay) May 18, 2021
This is what everyone should do! Partner with bar owners to get the under 35 crowd vaccinated.
— Linda Thompson (@STOGAM) May 15, 2021
This is how we can get Texas vaccinated! Repeat all around the state +100 times. 💯
— Hippo 🇺🇸 (@longhornhippo) May 15, 2021
It seems highly irresponsible for Dallas County Health and Human Services to use our military to intimidate and administer an experimental ‘vaccine’.
And if they are going into bars, offering the Covid-19 vaccine to inebriated individuals whose decision-making isn’t sober, wouldn’t that be just a little unethical?
Conservative Brief has more on DCHHS’s use of the military to innoculate young adults:
“So right now we are going to give a COVID vaccine to someone inside a 7-Eleven – this is what community service looks like and getting the community vaccinated,” a narrator in the video said.
“By getting vaccinated you’ll be able to enjoy going out again knowing that you’re safe & protected,” a CBS News report said.
This week, Parkland’s Chief Medical Officer said the 0-17 age group is currently the biggest reservoir of COVID-19 that’s still in the community.
On Friday night, May 14, Dallas County Health and Human Services hosted a pop-up vaccination event aimed at addressing that.
“We were actually celebrating my best friend’s birthday – he just turned 19 – so we’re going to go skate around.. get something to eat out here,” a man named Dylan Morrow said.
“I was like shoot I might as well get it done,” he said. “I don’t know why you wouldn’t want to help out and do what you can locally.”
“I was just walking by to get dinner and it was pretty easy,” another man, named Mike Kayes, said. “All they needed was my first and last name and then asked for my address line and drivers license number.”
“We want to go to where the community is,” Christian Grisales, a spokesperson for Dallas County Health and Human Services said, because that is where the young people are.
“Unfortunately, the positive testing shows that a lot of young people are also getting the coronavirus, COVID-19, and that’s why we are here,” the spokesperson said.
What do you think- is this a preview of the next phase of “get vaccinated or else”?