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ALERT: Stop the Democrat squad’s ‘vaccine passport’ scheme

Saturday, August 28, 2021, 9:24 am | Randy Thomasson


It was predictable and now it’s here. A squad of Democrat state legislators want to require vaccination proof nearly everywhere you shop, do business, or go places in California.

The amendments to AB 455 (currently a transportation bill) would essentially segregate Californians by unfairly discriminating against, denying service to, and even impoverishing health-conscious citizens. In addition, the proposed bill would require every employee anywhere in California to get the “jab” or take a weekly test showing a “negative” result.

And the Democrat politicians have also drafted amendments to AB 1102 (currently a “telephone medical advice services” bill) to push unwanted “jabs” upon every employee in California.

This is so wrong. Requiring “Covid vaccine passports” statewide would discriminate against, segregate, and punish health-conscious Californians who are wisely resisting “Covid vaccines” because they know these injections have killed tens of thousands and injured millions:

U.S.: 9,027 dead, 1,517,211 injured
Europe: 21,766 dead, 2 million+ injured
U.K.: 1,559 dead, 1,135,579 injured
Brazil: 32,000+ dead

AB 455, as proposed, would be “gutted and amended” by six Democrats, including the Legislature’s chief medical tyrant Richard Pan of Sacramento and the very immoral Scott Wiener of San Francisco.

Its worst part would require most Californians to show proof of injection with a “Covid vaccine” by displaying a card or paper or a digital document — or else they cannot enter most “places of public accommodation,” which pages 12 and 13 of the draft of the amended AB 455 command:

SEC. 2 Section 52.8 is added to the Civil Code, to read:
52.8 (a) Notwithstanding any other law, an establishment, as defined in subdivision (b), shall require each person who is eligible defined in subdivision (b), shall require each person who is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, who seeks to enter the indoor facilities of that establishment, to show proof to an employee or authorized agent of the establishment that the person has been vaccinated against COVID-19.
(b) For purposes of this section, the following definitions apply:
(1) “Establishment” means any of the following that serve the public as a place of public accommodation:

(A) Any inn, hotel, motel, or other establishment that provides lodging to transient guests, other than an establishment located within a building that does not contain more than five rooms for rent or hire and that is actually occupied by the proprietor of that establishment as the proprietor’s residence.
(B) Any restaurant, bar, cafeteria, lunchroom, lunch counter; soda fountain, or other facility principally engaged in selling food or beverages for consumption on the premises, including, but not limited to, any such facility located on the premises of any retail establishment or gasoline station.

(C) Any motion picture house, theater, concert hall, sports arena, stadium, gym, spa, or other place of exhibition or entertainment.
(D) Any establishment that is physicially located within the premises of any establishment otherwise covered by this paragraph.
(E) Notwithstanding subparagraphs (A) to (D) inclusive, “establishment” does not include a place where food is served exclusively for takeout, curbside pickup, or consumption at another location and is not open to the public.

Some analysts of proposed amendments of AB 455 think grocery stores and church congregations would be exempt, and I agree where the draft bill exempts food sold for “consumption at another location,” this means grocery stores. And yes, California church congregations have recently been recognized by the federal courts as being exempt from all Covid-related restrictions.

However, beyond the list in the draft bill, “place of public accommodation” is very broadly defined in California law to apply to nearly every type of commerce. Check out this exhaustive list of “place of public accommodation” in the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) law:

(A) an inn, hotel, motel, or other place of lodging, except for an establishment located within a building that contains not more than five rooms for rent or hire and that is actually occupied by the proprietor of such establishment as the residence of such proprietor;
(B) a restaurant, bar, or other establishment serving food or drink;
(C) a motion picture house, theater, concert hall, stadium, or other place of exhibition or entertainment;
(D) an auditorium, convention center, lecture hall, or other place of public gathering;
(E) a bakery, grocery store, clothing store, hardware store, shopping center, or other sales or rental establishment;
(F) a laundromat, dry-cleaner, bank, barber shop, beauty shop, travel service, shoe repair service, funeral parlor, gas station, office of an accountant or lawyer, pharmacy, insurance office, professional office of a health care provider, hospital, or other service establishment;
(G) a terminal, depot, or other station used for specified public transportation;
(H) a museum, library, gallery, or other place of public display or collection;
I) a park, zoo, amusement park, or other place of recreation;
(J) a nursery, elementary, secondary, undergraduate, or postgraduate private school, or other place of education;
(K) a day care center, senior citizen center, homeless shelter, food bank, adoption agency, or other social service center establishment; and
(L) a gymnasium, health spa, bowling alley, golf course, or other place of exercise or recreation.

What does this mean? That depending on the enforcement or judicial interpretation, AB 455’s tyrannial reach could be more than the bill itself discloses!


Fortunately, there is a real chance to stop this extreme medical tyranny. The proposed amendments would make both AB 455 and AB 1102 urgency measures, which requires a two-thirds vote by both houses of the California Legislature.

The chance to defeat AB 455 is highest in the 80-member State Assembly. Despite having a super-majority of 59 Democrats, if 6 Democrats don’t vote yes (and if none of the 19 Republicans — or the 1 Independent — vote yes), this awful bill will be defeated.


Whether you call them during the day or leave voicemails at night, or email via web forms, tell legislators “Don’t you dare segregate and discriminate against people by denying them their own choice of what goes into their own bodies. Stop AB 455 and AB 1102. Stop these anti-choice bills now!”

STEP 1. Find your own two California state legislators. You have both a state assemblymember and a state senator. On their web pages, click “contact” and type or paste in your message. Give your name and contact information as requested, because you are a voter in their district with influence.

STEP 2. Want to do more? Leave anonymous voicemails (during non-business hours) for 13 Democrat state assemblymembers, who on June 3, refused to support an urgency measure taxing guns and ammunition, stopping it in its tracks. Call them to oppose AB 455 and AB 1102 in the evening, overnight, or early morning with your anonymous phone calls with the same voicemail message (bolded above, starting with “Don’t you dare”).

Rudy Salas of Bakersfield (916-319-2032)
Juan Arambula of Fresno (916-319-2031)
Tasha Boerner Horvath of Carlsbad (916-319-2076)
Sabrina Cervantes of Corona (916-319-2060)
Steve Cooley of Sacramento County (916-319-2008)
Jim Cooper of Elk Grove (916-319-2009)
Tom Daly of Anaheim (916-319-2069)
Jim Frazier of Fairfield (916-319-2011)
Adam Gray of Merced (916-319-2021)
Timothy Grayson of Concord (916-319-2014)
Jacqui Irwin of Camarillo (916-319-2044)
Cottie Petrie-Norris of Irvine (916-319-2074)
Freddie Rodriguez of Chino (916-319-2052)

“A pessimist is one who makes difficulties of his opportunities.
An optimist is one who makes opportunities of his difficulties.”

Harry S. Truman, U.S. president from 1945 to 1953

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