Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Welfare Recipients First The Get "Mark Of The Beast" RFID Micro Chip Implant For Obamacare

Federal law mandates that every U.S. Citizens to eventually get a micro chip implant of the Obamacare RFID chip or best known as the "Mark of the Beast."

By H. Nelson Goodson
January 14, 2014

Washington, D.C. - Walmart stores and Sam's Club around the country began installing the Obamacare RFID Chip Scanning SoloHealth Machines (kiosk), which includes a micro chip (RFID) bar scanner. The mandatory micro chip that will contain vital information about the carrier can be scanned and all the information will be uploaded to the machine to provide information about the health care recipients. 
Currently, a user can enter their name, social security, e-mail and other information to get Obamacare coverage information. The robotic voice on the machine even refers to Obamacare by name when in use. 
Federal legislation H.R. 3962, Section 2571, Subsection (B), which identifies the use of Class II and Class III devices and a "Medical Device Registry" in the Affordable Health Act that was passed to make it mandatory for every U.S. Citizen enrolled in the national health care program to get an Obamcare RFID chip, which is now being tested on people or face hundreds of dollars in fines, if not enrolled when it gets approved. The chip will take at least ten minutes to implant and is no bigger than a grain of rice. It will be implanted in the middle area of the index and thumb fingers on the hand or in fatty tissue located on the buttocks. 
One of many set backs about the RFID chip would be, that any foreign government or criminals can used scanners near your body and also download your vital information contained on the chip without you knowing. The chip could also trace your location and whereabouts for the NSA to track.
For now in Hanna, Wyoming, a city ordinance was passed for their citizens and city officials to begin using and testing the chip before the rest of Americans will be forced to get an implant. Also in some states, welfare recipients will be forced to get the RFID chip implant, if they want to continue getting some kind of assistance or food stamps. 

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