California Republican Party Allegedly Requiring Vaccine Passport or COVID Test To Attend Convention

The California Republican Party is reportedly set to implement a vaccine passport system to attend its upcoming April state convention in Anaheim, drawing scrutiny from many conservatives who expect the Republican Party to provide an alternative to the coronavirus social credit system and the imposition of medical mandates on the public.

Filmmaker and California congressional candidate Errol Webber indicated that he had learned the state convention was slated to use a vaccine passport system, in which attendees would either have to submit proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to enter the event.

The California Republican Party has struggled mightily to provide an alternative to left-wing governance in the state, losing even more congressional seats in the 2018 midterms and failing to materialize a substantial challenge to Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom in the 2021 recall election. Following Newsom’s victory over Larry Elder, it appears the CAGOP is slated to eschew a serious attempt at the California governor’s mansion in 2022.

The party hasn’t formally announced the imposition of any vaccine passport system for the convention yet. It’s possible the planned mandate could be pulled in response to backlash from party activists, several of whom voiced their displeasure with the development on social media following Webber’s claims.

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