While the primary fight is against vaccine passports, Americans need to be aware of another method for globalist elites to push their agenda.
The U.S. transition to digital is “well underway,” and that includes driver’s licenses utilized on your smartphone with the latest technology.
Although we’ve heard ominous warnings digital vaccine passports are a gateway to digital ID, digital driver’s licenses provide the same functional capabilities.
Digital driver’s licenses can store other data on your smartphone, including vaccine records, financial statements, or social credit scoring.
Recent reports suggest that upwards of 30 states are working on digital driver’s licenses, and TSA will allow them soon.
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— AppleInsider (@appleinsider) December 21, 2021
Apple Insider reported:
“Smartphones carry everything, from payment cards to precious photos,” said keynote speaker Christine Nizer, administrator of the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration and chair of the AAMVA International Board of Directors. “It is only natural that the devices are becoming a platform for storing identity credentials too.”
“The success of mobile driver’s licenses depends on stakeholders and relying parties banding together to create an mDL environment that is convenient and secure for the end user,” she continued.
Secure Technology Alliance claims that, according to data from GET Group North America, the pace of mDL adoption has tripled in 2021. The group further claims that digital drivers’ licenses “are gaining traction in at least 30 US states.”
Describing its event as the first Mobile Drivers’ License Workshop, Secure Technology Alliance says that its speakers detailed how adopting mDL will lead to wider forms of use.
“Several states including Utah, Maryland, Virginia and Louisiana have conducted pilots or have begun using mobile driver’s licenses for age-based transactions such as purchasing alcohol and certain medications,” said the company in a statement. “It is also being used at event concessions, in financial institutions like banks and more.”
The group’s speakers also predicted that age-based transactions that use mDL ID would go beyond alcohol. They predict self-drive rental cars being available without the need for staff to verify the renter’s driving license, for instance.
A spokesperson for the Transportation Security Agency (TSA) told the event that its phased rollout using Apple Wallet would begin a pilot test at two airports from February. TSA intends to add two more states “around March 2022.”
Originally formed as the Smart Card Alliance, the Secure Technology Alliance changed its name in 2017 to reflect the non-profit group’s expanded charter. Having worked to champion digital ID, and ensure its security, speakers at the event said that “Apple’s recent plan to integrate ISO/IEC 18013-5 mobile driver’s licenses into its Wallet app has garnered significant media attention for the mDL movement.”
In a previous article, Apple Insider revealed the first states to use Apple Wallet for state ID and drivers’ licenses:
Apple has long been preparing to have passports and other ID stored on iPhones, and iOS 15 will add support for it. Now the company has announced seven states that have signed on to accept ID through Apple Wallet.
Arizona and Georgia will be first, followed by Connecticut, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Utah. At the same time, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is enabling selected airport security checkpoints to work with Apple Wallet.
While promoted as convenience, digital driver’s licenses will have the same capabilities as vaccine passports to control your life.
Mainstream media and most alternative outlets remain silent on the technology quietly being developed behind the scenes.
Here’s a friendly reminder of the COVID-19 Roadmap:
No. 7 discusses a global digital identity system utilized as apps for smartphones. This biometric identity card can monitor and control people’s freedom of movement and access to goods and services.
If there’s too much pushback against digital vaccine passports, perhaps compulsory digital driver’s licenses are the backup plan.