New York and San Francisco Both Introducing Proto Vaccine Passport

PICTURED: A healthy man who is not threatened by potential health problems.

The government/media will not announce the vaxx passport for a while, because they know there will be protests. But some cities are already pushing what amounts to a vaxx passport.

New York has already announced this.

New York Post:

New York City is mandating proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter certain indoor businesses — including all indoor restaurants, entertainment venues and gyms, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday.

“It’s time for people to see vaccination as necessary to living a good and full and healthy life,” de Blasio said during his daily press briefing.

Along with people showing the card, they also made their own app, which is literally the EU style vaccine passport, called the “excelsior pass.” It’s the QR code thing that we’ve warned you about for over a year.

San Francisco is heading in that direction.

San Francisco Chronicle:

San Francisco is weighing a mandate that could be similar to one New York City announced on Tuesday requiring people there to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter indoor restaurants, gyms and concerts.

“We’re exploring that,” San Francisco Health Director Dr. Grant Colfax said Tuesday at a news event highlighting in-home vaccination options. The city is looking into whether there is need to go beyond its encouragement of businesses that have voluntarily instituted their own requirements that customers show proof of vaccination.

“Right now we’re seeing that a number of bars and restaurants and other entities are doing that, and we’re very supportive of that and encouraging people to take advantage of that policy,” Colfax said.

San Francisco and other Bay Area health officials have urged private businesses to require vaccination for workers and patrons, but stopped short of mandating those practices. A growing number of local restaurants and bars are requiring customers to show vaccination cards at the door, which legal experts say is generally allowable under the law.

Yes, that follows the line from the US Constitution that says “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.”

Obviously, those are the two most liberal cities in the country, but it will not be long before other cities are doing the same.

Then, once people are adjusted to the idea, the federal government will start making moves.

I doubt that it will be officially mandated by the feds – at least not for a while – but what they will do is say that they are “working with Apple and Google” to “give businesses the option” of “requiring a vaccine or recent negative test.”

The “recent negative test” thing is just a hoax. That’s like the reverse of when they say they need to regulate the internet to crack down on “political extremism and child exploitation.” They tack something on the end to make the demand seem more reasonable.

In actual reality, the “negative test” will become increasingly unacceptable, then they will do as the UK has done, and just do away with that option.

Along with all of the fast food chains and other chain restaurants, Amazon Whole Foods and Walmart are both likely to jump on-board this “voluntary” program sooner rather than later. Then, once all of the big places are doing it, the government/media will start demonizing small businesses that refuse it. Ultimately, they will allow them to be sued over people who test positive for the alleged virus, and that will make it impossible for businesses to not use the vaxx pass.

Of course, by that point, more or less all small businesses already will have been destroyed by the lockdown – so it won’t matter much either way.

As I predicted in 2017, they are going to use the “private companies can do whatever they want to anyone” to deny you access to food.

The only way you are going to be able to get away with not having a vaxx is to move out of the big cities, and figure out a different option for getting food. Seriously: that is going to be your main challenge in 2022: eating food.

I suppose there will be delivery options, at least for a while, but eventually that noxious nip on CNN will start demanding that they “close the grocery delivery loophole” so people can’t use it to avoid getting vaxxed.