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Florida Executive Order Will Forbid Vaccine Passports

This week, 21WIRE reported on the backdoor moves by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and the Biden Administration to sneak through the unconstitutional ‘Vaccine Passport’ human tracking system. President Biden openly threatened that Americans may not go “back to normal by Christmas” 2021, and only then if they accept this new dystopian bio surveillance tracking system which supposedly proves an individual’s immunity and ‘vaccine credentials.’

However, not all US states are willing to capitulate to the unlawful power-grab being championed by leading Democrats, Bill Gates, and Big Tech monopolies including Microsoft and others hoping to cash-in on the newly contrived bio surveillance global economy. 

South Florida 6 reports…

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis [pictured above] said Monday that he would issue an executive order forbidding local governments and businesses from requiring so-called “vaccine passports” to show proof that customers have been inoculated against the coronavirus.

He made the announcement on a day when more Floridians would become eligible for vaccination and during a ceremony he convened at the state Capitol to sign into law a bill approved by the Legislature on Friday that would bar COVID-related lawsuits against businesses that have made good-faith efforts to comply with guidelines meant to stop the spread of the virus.

While the governor has previously spoken out against “vaccine passports,” he said he would take the additional step of forbidding businesses from refusing to serve people who can’t prove they have been vaccinated.

“It’s completely unacceptable for either the government or the private sector to impose upon you the requirement that you show proof of vaccine to just simply participate in normal society,” the governor said.

DeSantis, who was joined during his press conference by House Speaker Chris Sprowls and Senate President Wilton Simpson, called on the Republican-led Legislature to send him a measure for his signature that would enshrine the matter into law, but he did not lay out specifics.

The governor has rejected mask mandates and has used his executive authority to preempt local governments from enforcing such measures. He has done so to reopen the state’s economy after much of it was shuttered a year ago to help control the coronavirus outbreak…

Continue this story at South Florida 6

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