Oregon may use National Guard for door-to-door COVID questions
Oregon may use National Guard for door-to-door COVID questions
Health official: 'We’re looking to bring on a team'

WND | July 9, 2021

When President Biden's latest extreme COVID move – a door-to-door visit to Americans to promote the vaccines – was announced, one of the reactions was from South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster, who said those decisions are "personal" for his residents to make.

"Enticing, coercing, intimidating, mandating, or pressuring anyone to take the vaccine is a bad policy which will deteriorate the public’s trust and confidence in the state’s vaccination efforts," he said.

One member of Congress openly suggested while the door knocks this year may concern COVID vaccinations, those next year might be about collecting Americans' guns.

But a report from Press California explains Oregon already is considering ways to implement Biden's agenda, and "one tactic could be to send out the National Guard to neighborhoods."

The state actually has some 70% of is residents vaccinated, but "that’s not enough, according to zealous public health bureaucrats," the report said.

"In the state’s fourth most populous county, which includes the college town of Eugene, National Guard members may be among the teams designated to persuade people to take the shots, according to Jason Davis, Public Information Officer with Lane County Public Health," the report explained.

Davis confirmed that, "We’re looking to bring on a team that could be door to door."

The national Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System has documented "thousands of deaths following the mRNA shots, which are not conventional vaccines but experimental genetic therapy," the report said.

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"There’s a spectrum as to reasons why people have not been vaccinated for Covid-19 yet. And they range from the extreme," claimed April Holland, of the Benton County Health Department. "Some people are uninterested and would take a lot of convincing on our part to get a vaccine."

Biden's claim was that, "Now we need to go community by community, neighborhood by neighborhood. And off-times, door to door, literally knocking on doors" to get more people vaccinated.

Also, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the "targeted" outreach aims "to get remaining Americans vaccinated by ensuring they have the information they need about both how safe and accessible the vaccine is."

Leaders in Arizona and Missouri also have pushed back against Biden's door-knocking plan as federal officials defend their strike force strategy that "vaccine canvassing" is by volunteers and it already helped boost vaccinations in several states.

Psaki noted the federal government doesn’t keep a database of who’s been vaccinated, even as HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra said it's absolutely the government's right to know who has had the vaccine.

Jeffrey Zeints, a vaccine coordinator at the White House, described how "local trusted messengers" like pastors and doctors may to the campaign.

"So I would say for those individuals, organizations that are feeding misinformation and trying to mischaracterize this type of trusted messenger work, I believe you are doing a disservice to the country and to the doctors, the faith leaders, the community leaders and others who are working to get people vaccinated, to save lives and help to end this pandemic," he said.
"So let us be confident, let us not be unprepared, let us not be outflanked, let us be wise, vigilant, fighting against those who are trying to tear the faith out of our souls and morality out of our hearts, so that we may remain Catholics, remain united to the Blessed Virgin Mary, remain united to the Roman Catholic Church, remain faithful children of the Church."- Abp. Lefebvre

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