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James Marchese Discusses Why Employers Pushing Vaccinations and Passports Are Such a Bad Idea

Jim Marchese reminds freedom-loving Americans that restricting innocent people’s movements, employment, and liberties is the last thing America needs during the financial crisis and pandemic turmoil.

One needs to look no further than the “supply crisis” and “inflation” to see the impact of these policies and the passport push. Workers are choosing to forego the vaccination, and we see the effects. There is a significant supply issue as truckers, workers, and cargo ships cannot meet demand partly because of policies requiring employees to be vaccinated or the country is pushing passports. Take a moment and look at the cost of fuel versus a year ago it has doubled, food and wood have tripled due to the supply issue. Soon, ordinary comforts like travel and eating out will only be for the wealthy, and in my opinion, that’s what the Politicians want!

Jim Marchese Explains That a Vaccine Passports Could Be Abused

The scary part is software programmers, and smartphone developers who would develop vaccine passports would have control of your employment and travel. Look no further than Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram shadow banning and purging conservatives last year during the election. They suspended the President of the United States’s account. What happens when employees from the company issuing the passport disagree with your political affiliation. They could alter your passport and prevent you from enjoying restaurants, travel and even impact your employment.

Jim Marchese liberties. Now the CDC and Fauci are pushing a “booster shot” every six months! How will that work? Your passport is revoked because you missed a booster shot, and then you are fired?

Without proving vaccination status, a hungry person could get locked out of a restaurant, corner bodega, or a supermarket. Or, he or she could be barred from entering school grounds to pick up a child. There’s also the prospect of being forced to choose between getting vaccinated or not holding onto a job. All this is for a disease with a 99.0% survival rate for anyone under 60 years old and a 95% survival rate at 77 years old. These estimates assume no pre-existing medical condition. https://www.economist.com/graphic-detail/covid-pandemic-mortality-risk-estimator.

Notably, the life expectancy for males and females in the United States as of 2019 “pre-covid” was 78 years old.

James Marchese Discusses Why Employers Pushing Vaccinations and Passports Are Such a Bad Idea
James Marchese Discusses Why Employers Pushing Vaccinations and Passports Are Such a Bad Idea
James Marchese Discusses Why Employers Pushing Vaccinations and Passports Are Such a Bad Idea

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