Democrats say it’s okay to vote without ID, but you must have a vaccine ID to walk around society

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The next phase of the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) plandemic is the unveiling of Chinese virus “immunity cards,” which the Department of Defense (DOD) plans to send to all Americans in order to continually track the vaccination status of the “herd.”

Even though those behind the new initiative are the very same ones insisting that no identification is necessary when voting in elections because asking for verification “violates privacy,” having the government spy on how many WuFlu vaccines people have received is somehow perfectly normal.

CNN reported on the first known images of the DOD’s immunity cards, which will be collected and held by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in recorded compliance logs. Those who remain up to date on their shots will presumably be allowed to go back to “normal,” while those who make other personal health choices will potentially face ostracization and other forms of punishment.

According to Dr. Kelly Moore, associate director of the Immunization Action Coalition and a supporter of Chinese virus vaccines, every American will receive a written card that they will need to keep handy inside their wallets to present to the government jackboots that will ask them to show their papers, please.

“Let’s do the simple, easy thing first,” Moore is quoted as saying, adding that Americans will also be asked to share their personal mobile phone numbers with the government so they can receive constant reminders about getting their “booster” Chinese virus shots. “Everyone’s going to get that.”