California Man Got Arrested For Charges Over Selling Vaccine Passports

Todd Anderson, the 16-year owner of the Old Corner Saloon in Clements, California, was arrested on Wednesday, May 5th, after undercover agents discovered him selling fake Coronavirus vaccination cards. According to police, Anderson was reportedly selling the cards for $20 each.

At least eight were sold before Anderson was apprehended and the operation was shut down. A laminating machine was seized, as well as 30 blank cards.

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After the FBI threatened to press charges against someone intentionally using or circulating fake vaccine passports several weeks ago, the arrest is the first big incident of the government arresting anyone for manufacturing and distributing fake vaccine passports.

The undercover operation was launched after the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control obtained information that the bar was selling fake vaccination cards. “In April, undercover agents were able to buy the counterfeit cards several times at Old Corner Saloon. As a result, the owner of the company was arrested for selling counterfeit cards, which is a breach of the California Penal Code, according to the department.

“Having members of our society display flagrant disregard for public health in the midst of a pandemic is disheartening. Distributing, falsifying, or buying fake COVID-19 vaccine cards is illegal, and it puts you and your family in risk.

The transition is yet another sign of the Biden regime and the radical left pursuing and prosecuting political opponents. Last week, National File reported on how the FBI and NSA are spying on Trump supporters who are considered “extremist.” Some believe this is just the latest example of the Biden regime pursuing political dissidents on Trump-created charges.

“The Biden administration and private companies are working to create a standard way of managing certificates — sometimes referred to as ‘vaccine passports’ — that would enable Americans to prove they have been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus as businesses try to recover,” National File previously stated.


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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