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The Plan To ISOLATE And Pressure Rural Communities Into Taking The JAB


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Now they’re really getting pushy.

What if someone doesn’t want the covid vaccine?

People typically move to the countryside because they don’t want to be bothered. Having people go door to door trying to convince rural people to vaccinate is definitely in poor taste on the tame end, and it’s evil on the extreme end.

Rep. Madison Cawthorn recently pointed out that the infrastructure the government will build to get this campaign going can be used to do a lot of other things.

Things like going door to door taking guns and confiscating bibles. Liberals everywhere scoffed at him and tried to make him look like a loon, but you know something?

He’s 100% spot on.

Even if these programs backfire and accomplish nothing, the infrastructure will still be there—an army of liberals and statists waiting at the government’s beck and call to go door to door and do its bidding.

Uncomfortable yet?

You should be.

Take a look at what Fauci and the corrupt government are trying to do:

CNN went in depth about these new door to door efforts:

As they walked in the hot spring sun this April and May, these four have another mission. They are using their powers of persuasion to get more neighbors to take the Covid-19 vaccine.

“Excuse me,” Joyce Barlow says to Sherod Shingles, a young man who comes out his front door in shorts and a Utah Jazz shirt, a white medical mask on his face. “Have you had your Covid-19 vaccine?”
The volunteers circle around him at a pandemic-safe distance.

“Nah,” Shingles says. “I haven’t got sick yet either, but you’re right, I need to.”

Covid-19 has hit Randolph County hard. In the early months of the pandemic, it had the highest Covid-19 case rate in the state.

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The Daily Wire added that Fauci is in full support of targeting rural communities:

“There’s no reason not to get vaccinated,” he said. “Why are we having red states and places in the South that are very highly ideological in one way not wanting to get vaccinations? Vaccinations have nothing to do with politics. It’s a public health issue. It doesn’t matter who you are.”

He went on, “The virus doesn’t know whether you’re a Democrat, a Republican, or an independent. For sure, we know that. And yet there is that divide of people wanting to get vaccinated and not wanting to get vaccinated, which is really unfortunate because it’s losing lives.”

Tapper quoted the former health secretary under President Obama, Kathleen Sebelius, who recently said, “I’m trying to restrain myself, but I’ve kind of had it.”

 



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