Over the past few months, life as we know it has been turned upside down. Businesses have been closed, tens of millions are out of work, and Easter was marked by the revocation of our religious freedom to worship. Since March, we have seen a swift and unprecedented shift in the way we live our lives.
At the beginning of March, we had never heard of a “stay-at-home order.” Now, they’re the common thread that nearly all Americans share. Governments and media have cited massive death tolls and infection rates as the reason for these severe and unprecedented restrictions. They claim that these intervention methods are the only reason that more people haven’t died.
And while the new coronavirus does pose a health threat to many (as virtually all diseases do), there is an even greater threat on the horizon. For years, there has been a not-so-secret movement to implement mandatory vaccination in both the United States and abroad. And this movement has almost always been fueled by fear.
Measles “outbreaks” have been quickly followed with aggressive legislation and executive orders designed to force vaccination and track anyone who refuses. Media campaigns and political cliques have