White House Press Secretary Jen Paski is completely out. She just confirmed the rumors before a room of reporters. This is stunning.
“The government is not now, nor will we be supporting, a system that requires Americans to carry a credential,” said Psaki referring to the now-infamous “vaccine passport” for COVID-19.
While the Biden administration has come out in opposition to it now, there are some major contradictions that need to be cleared up based upon statements from the recent past.
“Federal government has a strong interest in how this plays out, and its actions will guide the pace and direction of the market,” noted a presentation slide from the Federal Health IT Coordinating Council.
Clearly, the federal government plans to be involved somehow — which is why Florida and Texas have now banned the implementation of a so-called “vaccine passport” in their states.
Furthermore, while Psaki has attempted to assure people that “these tools are being considered by the private and nonprofit sector” and the government’s interest is to protect “privacy and rights,” we will believe that when we see it.
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