Federal Reserve CEO: People Should Get Tested Daily, Wear a Badge


 

The story has a familiar ring. Add to it that google is tracking every one everywhere and we would have to say the nightmare that we feared is well on its way. The fact that there is no hiding the intentions and that these people believe that they can say exactly their intentions tells us all we need to know. Good luck America.

(CNSNews.com) – Before people return to work, they should be tested daily and wear a badge to show they’ve been tested, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis CEO James Bullard suggested on Sunday.

During an interview with CBS’ “Face the Nation,” host Margaret Brennan asked whether Bullard thinks the global economy will look the same on the other side of the pandemic and whether those jobs will actually exist for people to go back to.

“You know I have good news for you, Margaret, because we have a– there is a solution using available technology today to fix the economic part of this problem. The solution is universal testing. What you want is every single person to get tested every day, and then they would wear a badge like they would after they voted or something like that to show that they’ve been tested,” Bullard said.

“This would immediately sort out who’s been infected and who hasn’t been infected. That would help the health care sector, but it would also help the economy, because we could interact with each other with a lot of confidence,” he said.

 

What possibly could go wrong with this?

 

London (CNN Business)Google (GOOGL) is publicly releasing the data it’s already collecting about people’s movements during the coronavirus pandemic.

The company said it plans to publish a series of “Community Mobility Reports” to show the types of places people are visiting across 131 countries and regions. The first report was published on Friday.

Google said in a blog post it hopes tracking movement trends over time and by geography could help shape and inform governments’ and public health officials’ response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The reports, which contain data from two to three days earlier, intend to spot trends in how people are behaving and responding to social distancing. Broken down by country and then by region, the reports will show if people are headed to retail and grocery stores, pharmacies, parks, workplaces and more. It’ll also show how busy these places were before the pandemic.

Other than that, all is well in the swamp.

43 Responses to “Federal Reserve CEO: People Should Get Tested Daily, Wear a Badge”

  1. Steve Dennis Says:

    Everything we have been warning people about when it comes to spying and tracking is coming true right before our eyes and even though people didn’t listen it is still shocking to see how many people accept this without question.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. kidme37 Says:

    Daily testing? The government can’t keep heroine and fentanyl out of the hand of children. This would be hilarious if it was funny.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. kidme37 Says:

    Working in IT the last 30+ years it’s been obvious to me that “they” have all the information they want to have about anyone who uses digital technology, credit cards, and lately facial recognition for anyone with a driver’s license closes any loopholes for people buying with cash or who don’t use digital technology such as a smartypants phone.

    Wouldn’t it be nice if they did something (profaine) Useful with this information? Why do we hear about so much crime, much of it purely disgusting?

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Terri D. Says:

    Yep… here we go. God help us.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. cherylpass Says:

    Bunker….India has sued Gates for deaths and illnesses of young girls who were coerced to take the HPV vaccine. The article I read said 1200 girls died, I think. Many were irreparably damaged with various terrible afflictions…paralysis and brain damage, I read. So that’s what the India thing is about. I don’t doubt this COVID-19 virus has been deliberately loosed onto the world and Gates (who likely has a hand in that) will be all to happy to vaccinate and track every human being that he manages to let live. Dark times, indeed.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. markone1blog Says:

    Hmm. Testing daily. That wouldn’t require a large (mostly Democrat) bureaucracy to maintain such testing, do you think?

    Liked by 2 people

  7. markone1blog Says:

    Considering the article in the New York Times that blamed Christians for coronavirus, will any of these badges have a Cross or Star of David?

    Liked by 1 person

  8. markone1blog Says:

    Ok, so if I leave my phone at home, Google cannot track me. If I get industrious with my employer’s 3-D printer and the other printers around the office, I might be able to fake a badge (so what if it doesn’t produce a signal).

    The real issue isn’t just whether one has been tested, but whether one has or hasn’t gained immunity to the virus. Of course, this requires one of the following: transfusion from a survivor; receipt of a vaccination, or having endured the illness (which some have done without knowing it).

    Why not skip to the real issue rather than tagging people with inconsequential badges of any sort?

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  9. Bill Heffner Says:

    The lack of intelligence of a person who has this level of authority and, presumably, responsibility is stunning. What about the millions of people who have been infected by the virus, have recovered and are therefor immune? Does this moron want to test them daily and issue them a badge too?

    Liked by 4 people

  10. peter3nj Says:

    Hey Bunker and Mustang’
    I resemble that remark!

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Mustang Says:

    I’m somewhat curious (although, in my heart I already know) where the money for testing every day comes from? Where will the medical testing teams come from? Will everyone in Colorado receive as much attention in testing as those living inside Baltimore?

    Naturally, it will be necessary to keep track of who’s been tested, and who hasn’t. Now the Google Tracking System (GTS ) is a very clever infringement upon our rights as citizens, which is to say freedom of movement, freedom of association (even though the Google driverless car didn’t work out all that well). But what if the chips planted inside our buttocks freezes up, like the Windows Operating System?

    It just so happens that I have an idea for a backup system: Coded arm bands reading, oh … “Jude,” “Alten,” “Kaukasisch,” and “Republikanisch” to keep everyone sorted out. For public safety purposes, of course —and only as a backup. My arm band would read, “Verärgert über Marine.” Which should alert authorities either (1) not to mess with me, or (2) shoot to kill.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Always On Watch Says:

    People Should Get Tested Daily, Wear a Badge

    I figured the above was coming — if these Progressives get their way. 😦

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Ed Bonderenka Says:

    China was just the test run.
    Next up: Social Point System.

    Wayne County, Michigan has already decreed that upon to work, management will thermal scan each employee before the beginning of the shift.
    Elevated temp or self-declared symptoms and employee goes home, presumably with pay under CARES.

    Liked by 3 people

  14. Linda Says:

    Ummm… I guess I won’t be working and be living in poorland. And to think there are people who support this, everyday Americans who think this is ok.

    As for the Y in our town (the comment you left)-it is $65 a month, it would cost us nearly $200 a month for the three of us. Plus, they are pretty snobby over there.

    Liked by 1 person

  15. hocuspocus13 Says:

    Google tracking us is nothing new … it’s now being openly talked about

    Going back a number of years ago I decided not to carry my cell phone with me when I left home

    I chose back then not to be tracked down… (we’ll leave that one alone) 😉

    I only carry the phone with me if I’m going out of town

    Locally…

    Where I go is nobody’s fuckin’ business 😎

    FULL MOON TONIGHT

    Liked by 4 people

    • bunkerville Says:

      The fact that they fell free to talk about it… desensitizing us that this is the new normal. Before it was just us paranoid tin foil hatters that had a notion that this was in the works… yes…. beautiful moon last night… perfect… 🙂

      Liked by 2 people

  16. peter3nj Says:

    Why not staple a tag to each person’s ear and then turn us loose. Should one stray off the reservation take him-oops- take it out with a drone.

    Liked by 3 people


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