Laura Ingraham sat down with AG Barr on Wednesday night to talk about billionaire Bill Gates and his disturbing new progressive idea for “digital certificates.” The Attorney General casually dropped a bombshell announcement with his characteristic deadpan delivery. During the current emergency, some “appropriate, reasonable steps are fine,” William Barr acknowledged, but a “digital certificate to show who has recovered or been tested recently” is totally out of the question.
Bill Gates apparently favors digital certificates to show an American citizen has immunity to a virus.
Doesn't that raise civil liberty concerns?
AG Bill Barr says: "I’m very concerned about the slippery slope in terms of continuing encroachments on personal liberty." pic.twitter.com/8IK1OxfDcu
— (((Jason Rantz))) on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) April 9, 2020
It’s a ‘slippery slope,’ AG Barr warns
While Bill Gates isn’t talking about micro-chipping everyone just yet, his latest idea for digital vaccine certificates could be a path leading in that direction and it’s all downhill. “I’m very concerned about the slippery slope in terms of continuing encroachments on personal liberty,” AG Barr warned.
Laura Ingraham was anxious over the news that Bill Gates is “in favor of developing digital certificates that would certify that individuals, American citizens, have an immunity to this virus and potentially other viruses going forward.” These “certificates” would control “travel and work and so forth.”
Barr has long been known as a champion for personal liberty, as long as it doesn’t interfere with his ability to snoop your cell-phone if you’re ever accused of something. Last summer he told the National Religious Broadcasters Convention that there’s a “battle going on today” between those who favor “liberal democracy, which limits government and gives priority to preserving personal liberty,” and the Deep State advocates of “totalitarian democracy, which seeks to submerge the individual in a collectivist agenda.”
AG Barr ‘a little concerned’
As far as requiring everyone to produce some sort of “digital certificate to show who has recovered or been tested recently,” or a notation as to whether or not you’ve been vaccinated once one is available, AG Barr would be “a little concerned.” The next step could be adding the chip directly to the vaccine in the interest of saving everyone time and money.
“Yeah, I’d be a little concerned about that, the tracking of people and so forth, generally, especially going forward over a long period of time.” Even if the chip isn’t implanted in your body it could still take the form of a “patch for our clothing” or a “number tattooed on our bodies designating us as ‘carriers,'” one Twitter user commented.