They seem to be particularly rife on Mondays. Consider this bit of nonsense:
Anti-chippers are the latest group of awful people we now have to worry about
They’re paranoid, don’t believe in science, many have white supremacist tendencies, and most importantly they want you to know that microchip implants are super duper scary. They’re anti-chippers, and they’ve got literally dozens more braincells than your average anti-vaxxer. So, what’s their deal?
The coronavirus pandemic has the world’s most brilliant minds scrambling to find treatments, vaccines, and ways to improve public health going forward. One such savior is Bill Gates, the child-loving philanthropist who founded Microsoft. His proposal is to put a teeny tiny piece of silicone under everyone’s skin to improve lives by reducing healthcare costs and keeping track of the unhealthy.
Now what could possibly be bad about health professionals and doctors keeping Americans safe and healthy? You’d be surprised (or not).
There’s no need to read the rest. The publication, AFRU, bills itself as “a Black-led and majority Black-owned startup that combines fashion and streetwear with lifestyle commentary to create a strong social justice brand that is relevant and attractive to folks from all walks of life.” Is further comment necessary?
These days, intelligent people have plenty of questions about “health professionals and doctors keeping Americans safe and healthy.” Of course, the average intelligence of AFRU’s customer base being…what it is, perhaps those customers won’t think to ask those questions in time to keep remote monitoring (and only God knows what else) devices out of their bodies. Talk about a 21st-Century plantation, eh? What overseer wouldn’t drool over the prospect of knowing exactly where all the slaves are at all times?
Considering the revelations about COVID-19s origins and the origins of its “variants,” I think I’ll pass on being “chipped.” How about you, Gentle Reader?