Does not surprise me at all.
CCP style DNA collecting to create a human organ supermarket and tracking/surveillance system. MH
The Covid PCR tests? PCR sampling was used for DNA collection long before it got promoted as a virus detection test. The data gained ends up in the hands of Thermo Fisher.
…who are involved in the CCPs draconian track/trace schemes:
(Note the NYT article was written in early 2019 prior to Covid and the PCR tests. Rather ironic that they condemn China and then cheer for the same thing to be implemented in the West under the guise of “safety”)
The U.S. Government is Secretly Stealing Newborn Babies DNA – Is This Tied to Creating a Biometric Digital ID?
by Leo Hohman, originally published on Substack
via Pam Vernon https://envirowatchnz.com/
We know it’s been happening in at least one state and several other states have been caught trying, so this may be more widespread than we thought
Some parents are wising up and going on the offensive.
A lawsuit has been filed by the Institute for Justice over a state program in New Jersey that has been obtaining, and secretly holding onto, blood from newborn babies.
The Institute for Justice explained in a press release it is representing two sets of parents in the case.
The state claims it can use the DNA from the babies’ blood samples for any reason, without informed consent from parents.
The case charges that state law in New Jersey demands that when babies are born, blood be taken and tested for various diseases. This same demand exists in all states.
But, according to the attorneys representing the parents, what makes New Jersey different is that, “after the testing is over, New Jersey’s Department of Health keeps the leftover blood for 23 years. The state does not ask parents for their consent to keep their babies’ blood, failing to even inform parents that it will hold on to the residual blood.
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Small pinpricks of blood are used to screen newborns for serious health conditions—but this genetic data can have legal uses too…