If you have ever carried around a card that informs businesses of your right under the ADA not to wear a mask or as an American not to receive a newly-created and barely tested vaccine, the FBI wants you to know that they have nothing better to do than harass you about it. In fact, they say you might end up behind bars.
Sound ridiculous? It is. But our nation’s top law enforcement agency is so concerned that Americans might “misrepresent” their vaccination status at a time when unconstitutional “vaccine passports” are being pushed that the agency tweeted a threat to Americans.
“We’ve all seen friends posting their #COVID19 vaccination cards on social media,” the tweet says. If you make or buy a fake one to misrepresent your vaccination status, you endanger other people and may also be breaking the law.”
The FBI also says that vaccination cards are worthless anyway because they can so easily be faked:
Because individuals may use fake vaccine cards to misrepresent themselves as vaccinated, we strongly encourage businesses, schools, places of worship, and government agencies to follow CDC guidance and continue to maintain social distancing and use personal protective equipment. If you did receive the vaccine, we recommend you do not post photos of your vaccine card to social media websites—your personal information could be stolen to commit fraud.
The FBI urges Americans to report each other to the government if they suspect a vaccination card may be fake or if they think someone may have one — something that will almost assuredly be used to harass Americans for political purposes.
Currently, Joe Biden and his Democrat cohorts are trying to force Americans to get vaccinated and to compel businesses to require proof of vaccination before a person can go to work, head to the store, or even board a flight. Some states have introduced legislation to protect citizens from this threat.
This is a constitutional crisis many are ignoring — but it may be one of the most potentially harmful we have faced as a nation.