HR 6666: The $100 Billion Dollar Contact Tracing Bill about Controlling/Tracking the Population

Cheryl K. Chumley of The Washington Times reports that Illinois Democrat Rep. Bobby Rush has introduced a House Resolution that would put the Federal Government in charge of tracking the movements of citizens during COVID-19 mitigation efforts.

Aptly named bill HR 6666, Chumley says this may not be the biblical ‘Mark of the Beast’ but it IS the mark of a “beastly, monstrously unconstitutional bill.” One portion of HR 6666 – the COVID-19 Testing, Reaching, And Contacting Everyone (TRACE) Act” would give Democrats $100 billion of taxpayer money to be used to:

“Trace and monitor the contacts of infected individuals, and to support the quarantine of such contacts, through mobile health units and, as necessary … at [citizens’] residences.”

As with many things that occurred after 9/11 with Homeland Security, the bill is being sold as “temporary” and for “national security.” In this case, Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) take the place Homeland has had ever since that “temporary” crisis.

Specifically, the two agencies are tasked with disbursing the $100 billion to local governments to “hire, train, compensate and pay the expenses of individuals” to knock on doors and staff mobile health units so that quarantining is enforced.

Watch the video as Ben Swann of Truth in Media reveals why Contact Tracing is “completely worthless” in combating the Covid19 pandemic and what it is of value for.


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