The local print edition of Pravda goes after Ron Johnson, the Senator of Common Sense, again.
And--of course--they go the half-truth route, hoping that you are too damn dumb to see their little game.
We'll go directly to the half-truth part, as the rest is simply garbage.
...Johnson added: "I see no reason to be pushing vaccines on people and I certainly am going to vigorously resist any kind of government use or imposing of vaccine passports.
"But they'll probably get the private sector to do it for government. That could be a very freedom robbing theft. People need to understand these things."
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki has said, "there will be no federal vaccinations database and no federal mandate requiring everyone to obtain a single vaccination credential."
Johnson stated that he will 'resist' government use [of] or imposing of vaccine passports. Psacki's remark is irrelevant; what Johnson said was NOT denied by Psaki. The 'passport' will be created by private businesses (Microsoft, SalesForce, Epic) and will be required by other private businesses such as airlines, hotels, and perhaps restaurants. Forcing people to reveal any or all health conditions is a violation of HIPAA law; Johnson's opposition is perfectly in line with that.
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