80 House Republicans Help Pass Bill To Fund Federal Vax Surveillance State

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Eighty House Republicans teamed up with Democrats on Tuesday to pass the Immunization Infrastructure Modernization Act, which would fund and expand the powers of a federal vaccination database should it be passed into law.

According to the bill, also called H. R. 550, the government would provide $400 million in taxpayer dollars to fund “immunization system data modernization and expansion,” a system otherwise defined as “a confidential, population-based, computerized database that records immunization doses administered by any health care provider to persons within the geographic area covered by that database.”

The text of the bill specifically outlines an expansion of power for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Public Health Department, especially as it pertains to their ability to track the inoculation status of individual Americans. It also helps increase the ability of state and local health departments, as well as public and private health care providers, to share health data with the federal government.

In a statement, the bill’s main sponsor, Democrat Rep. Ann Kuster (NH), said the system would be used to “remind patients when they are due for a recommended vaccine” and identify areas with low vaccination rates to “ensure equitable distribution of vaccines.”

The Congresswoman’s choice of language was noticeable, as the principle of ‘equity’ she invoked strives for “equality of outcome,” rather than the more traditionally discussed concept of “equality of opportunity.”

The bill notably has four Republican co-sponsors: Reps. Larry Bucshon (R-IN), James Baird (R-IN), David McKinley (R-WV), and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA). Not one Democrat voted in opposition to the bill.

Rep. Mary Miller (R-IL), who was one of the 130 Republicans to vote “no,” told Breitbart News on Wednesday that the legislation would enable the federal government to “track” unvaccinated Americans who “will be targeted and forced to comply with Biden’s crazy ‘global vaccination’ vision.”

“These systems are designed to allow for the sharing of crucial information and maintenance of records. Do we really trust the government to protect our medical records?” Miller said.

The representative also pointed out that even the bill’s sponsors bragged about its ability to track the jab status of individual Americans in a surveillance state-like manner.

“The bill’s author even bragged in her press release that these systems will help the government remind patients when they are due for a recommended vaccine and identify areas with low vaccination rates to ensure equitable distribution of vaccines. This was clearly a legislative tool to enforce vaccine mandates and force their Orwellian rules onto those who do not comply.”

Some Republicans have disagreements with Miller, including Dan Crenshaw, Kevin McCarthy, and Burgess Owens, all of whom voted “yes” on the measure. A full list of other Republicans that voted the same way can be found here.

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