Psaki Issues Disturbing Announcement: We Will Be Going ‘Door To Door’ To Ensure More Americans Get Vaccinated

Jen Psaki announced that the Biden Administration will be going door to door to make sure Americans are getting their vaccination, according to The Western Journal.

“The president will outline five areas his team is focused on to get more Americans vaccinated,” she said.

“Targeted, community-by-community, door-to-door outreach to get remaining Americans vaccinated by ensuring they have the information they need on how both safe and accessible the vaccine is.”

“The Germans went door to door in the 40s.”

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From The Western Journal:

Another wondered if the conspiracy theories are true and that the vaccines are a means to track people and keep tabs on them.

J. Michael Waller, a senior analyst at the Center for Security Policy, remarked: “If the central government isn’t keeping databases on everyone — the core of a vaccine passport — how will they know which doors to go to?”

One woman verbalized the unspoken thoughts of numerous Americans when she tweeted, “They are tracking your personal vaccine status and releasing it to strangers to knock on your door. How is this not a violation of HIPAA?”

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act is a federal statute signed into law in 1996 by then-President Bill Clinton.

One of HIPPA’s aims is to prevent the disclosure of a patient’s sensitive health information​ without his or her consent or knowledge.

Sending in federal stormtroopers to bang on people’s doors to check their vaccination status sounds like a violation of HIPAA as well as a gross abuse of patient confidentiality.

Republican congressional candidate Joe Kent of Washington remarked that the door-to-door vaccination checks are merely a means for the authoritarian Biden administration to “determine loyalty to the regime” because it’s common knowledge that you can get vaccinated at your local drug store.

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