LAURA INGRAHAM: Purpose of digital health certificates is ‘ultimate check’
Laura Ingraham explained how Biden declared his support for the development of digital health certificates to “make travel easier” on “The Ingraham Angle.”
LAURA INGRAHAM: Now, when Joe Biden travels to meet world leaders, it’s a virtual certainty that he’ll agree to something that undermines American sovereignty and, of course, pockets our pockets. And that’s exactly what happened at the G20 last weekend. Coming out of the Indonesian confab, Biden, along with the rest of the 20-nation group, issued a statement supporting Development digital health certificates, otherwise known as vaccine passports. Now, you may recall that the Angle warned of this possibility in the spring of 2020.
The the ultimate goal is control. But what they promise is that these digital IDs will eventually make international travel easier. And of course, it includes proof of vaccination. Translation – as long as a Democrat is president, he or she will allow the World Health Organization to dictate how we share our most private health information. And of course, the creation of a central database will be necessary, according to them, for the greater good, for your protection and, of course, for your overall benefit. But what if you’re not screened with everything they claim is needed at any given time? Well, bad luck. Stay at home because you are in a confinement imposed by the WHO. No trip for you. Now, the declaration also calls for the establishment of a trusted global digital health network. Doesn’t that sound nice? To prevent and respond to future pandemics.
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