French people not allowed into supermarkets without "covid passports"
A video out of France shows shoppers being refused entry to buy food because they don’t have COVID passports.
The footage shows people with shopping carts being blocked from entering the grocery store by security guards and police. The guards then begin pushing one woman away as the confrontation becomes more heated.
A number of police then begin manhandling the shoppers, presumably not too concerned in that moment about social distancing. The incredible scenes are not from Afghanistan, but from France, a country at the heart of Europe and supposedly a democratic state.
The shoppers, now deemed to be the undesirables in the new Covid Appathied, appear ordinary people just trying to get on with their life, most are even wearing face masks. This does not matter of course, their 'papers' are not in order.
“The entire world has had it with this insane bullshit,” responded one Twitter user.
“Now they’re denying people access to food in France – if they don’t take an unapproved FDA vaccine for a virus with a 99.7% survival rate.”
Although France’s COVID passport law mandates proof of vaccination to enter larger shopping malls, those with a surface area of less than 20,000 square meters are supposed to be exempt. Under the the draconian law, people in France who enter a bar or restaurant without a COVID pass face 6 months in jail, while business owners who fail to check their status face a 1 year prison sentence and a €45,000 fine.
President Emmanuel Macron ludicrously defended vaccine passports last week by claiming they protected people’s freedom, which is like arguing that locking people up is for their own safety.