EXCUSEZ-MOI: France is in an uproar over vaccine passports!

Jul 26th

The French government's latest COVID antics have its citizens saying, "Sacrebleu!"

Ever since President Emmanuel Macron announced NEW restrictions this month, the country has gone absolutely bananas with protests.

POTENTIAL STRONG FRENCH LANGUAGE WARNING: (I don't speak French, but I think it's a safe assumption...)

To be clear, France's Macron of the Beast -- I mean, "COVID Pass" is not exactly what's been coined in the U.S. as a "vaccine passport."

France's COVID Pass is a certificate of at least one of the following:

  • proof of vaccination
  • recent "negative" COVID test
  • recovered from COVID and have antibodies

These COVID passes are required for ANY activity with more than 50 people! That includes church, as well as just going into a restaurant or a bar! Moreover, a "COVID pass" is required to enter concerts, festivals, movie theaters, museums, shopping malls, swimming pools, and theme parks.

In other words, France has told the people, "If you want to do stuff for fun, get vaccinated! We know what's best for your noble overlords. Your disobedience to our goodwill is the problem."

Why don't the French tyrants look outside for a second?

There are many more than 50 people out there, and there doesn't seem to be much adherence to the social distancing/mask stuff. Also, NONE of them showed a COVID pass to be there.

The sheer amount of people should be enough for Macron and his homies to pause for a second and ask themselves if their restrictions really do comport with (1) science and (2) the will of the people.

Alas, neither science nor the will of the people has been much of a concern for many government officials worldwide for quite some time.


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