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Originally posted by supine
reply to post by eeks4
I hate to tell you, but this has already been going on for quite a while.
I don't know where you live, but most states issue debit cards for food stamps. The debit cards have micro chips in them, and have had them for years.
When one fills out an application for food stamps, during an interview it's common for the applicant to supply a fingerprint. At least that is the way it is done in Arizona.
Do I think it's right? Yes, and no. One of the reasons they do it in this state (the fingerprinting) is to cut down on fraud. People who commit fraud are sometimes discoverd this way. Also, people who have outstanding warrants, etc......
Originally posted by eeks4
I live in West Virgina, they dont do anything like that what so ever...This reaches out about more then food stamps..I believe it is in the video
Originally posted by LightSpeedDriver
reply to post by Darkblade71
Unless they have been surreptitiously slipping them by in the toxic vaccinations. Would we notice if the chip was small enough?