Take the jab, or you will starve to death! It’s crazy what this covid-19 hysteria has done to people. At this point, that’s happening in France, but we aren’t far from it!
Fierce resistance and protests by French citizens who refused to get the shot!
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France will continue with the vaccine mandate until every single citizen is vaccinated.
France people not allowed into supermarkets without"covid passports".pic.twitter.com/BsjKMT4Dgm
— Ruthann (@TeaBoots) August 19, 2021
They decided to feed the family if you choose not to get the vaccine!
— Free Man (@Edmund4Texas) August 17, 2021
France is shutting down due to Covid passports. Restaurant, grocery store, doctors and others are quitting en masse. Resist vaccine tyranny!
— Aaron White (@AaronWh44790523) August 17, 2021
Summit News covered this story: This tyranny with never end until the people Bond together.
A video out of France shows irate shoppers being blocked from entering a supermarket by police because they don’t have COVID passports.
The footage shows people with shopping carts being blocked from entering the grocery store by security guards.
The guards then begin pushing one woman away as the confrontation becomes more heated.
A number of police officers then begin manhandling the frustrated shoppers, presumably not too concerned in that moment about social distancing.
The angry shoppers don’t appear to be anti-lockdown protesters because almost all of them are wearing face masks.
“The entire world has had it with this insane bullshit,” responded one Twitter user.
“Now they’re denying people access to food in France – if they don’t take an unapproved FDA vaccine for a virus with a 99.7% survival rate.”
Although France’s COVID passport law mandates proof of vaccination to enter larger shopping malls, those with a surface area of less than 20,000 square meters are supposed to be exempt.
Under the the draconian law, people in France who enter a bar or restaurant without a COVID pass face 6 months in jail, while business owners who fail to check their status face a 1 year prison sentence and a €45,000 fine.
As we highlighted earlier this week, anecdotal evidence suggests many businesses aren’t checking for COVID passports, perhaps spooked at images that showed many bars and restaurants to be almost empty after the scheme began.
We have to expect this here in the US. It is already planned for LA.
LA City Council voted to draft an ordinance requiring patrons to have at least 1 dose of the VAXX to be able to enter the indoor public spaces.
"It is unclear if grocery stores would be considered part of retail establishments"https://t.co/4LWQqcRd71
— DAITHI – IRELAND FOR THE IRISH ! (@EireEire2021) August 15, 2021
The ABC 7 reported:
The Los Angeles City Council voted 13-0 Wednesday to have the city attorney prepare an ordinance requiring people to show proof of at least partial vaccination against COVID-19 to enter most public indoor spaces in the city, including restaurants, bars, gyms, concert venues, movie theaters and retail establishments.
Council President Nury Martinez and Councilman Mitch O’Farrell introduced the motion last week.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is also considering a similar ordinance.
“COVID-19 could be eradicated if we had mass vaccinations across the country and across the world,” O’Farrell said before noting the United States’ history eradicating smallpox and mostly eradicating polio through vaccinations.
“Why on Earth is it OK in 2021 to have 30-plus people die in the county of Los Angeles from COVID over a three-day period, including an 11-year-old girl, when we have a vaccine that could have prevented all of that, accessible to everyone,” O’Farrell said.
“This is not a vaccine mandate … we’re not going to deny anyone the ability to access essentials, food, medicine, etc., regardless of vaccination … but what is immoral is choosing not to get vaccinated, choosing to listen to some delusional rant on Twitter,” he added.
The ordinance would be similar to a policy recently announced in New York City, but would be more restrictive with the inclusion of retail establishments. The New York policy restricts access only to more entertainment-oriented venues such as restaurants, fitness centers and theaters.
The motion also instructed the chief legislative analyst to work with the Economic Workforce and Development Department and the City Attorney’s Office to decide what types of public spaces should be included using input from businesses, business organizations and council offices.
We don’t know if the mandate would refer to the grocery stores.