Ben Swann Analyzes the $100 Billion Contact Tracing Bill, HR 6666

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Ben Swann said that while the COVID-19 ‘Testing, Reaching, and Contacting Everyone’ (TRACE) Act bill is short and to the point, it leaves room to expand the mandates. The bill funds cell phone tracking that monitors individuals’ movements and the activity of the people around them. Swann says that the only time that contact tracing makes sense medically is in the very early stages of contagion, and that it is pointless to perform contact tracing now that there has been mass exposure to the virus. Therefore, Congress is not introducing this bill for medical purposes, but is, instead, increasing the surveillance state, in gross violation of the Constitution. The army of snitches will come from inside communities as the $100 billion measure funds grants to churches, clinics, medical centers, schools and other organizations to perform testing for COVID–19, tracing of exposure, or services for individuals who are isolating at home.

Read the TRACE Act legislation here:

https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/116/hr6666/text

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8 months ago

To even write a bill like this certifies that the predators-that-be are VILE, EVIL, RABID PREDATORS. They need to be summarily exterminated with far greater zeal than a virus like COVID19. To let predators like this live is to assure that human life on earth becomes unbearable and destructive.