Marjorie Taylor Greene: Vaccine passports are Biden’s ‘Mark of the Beast’

In a Facebook livestream from this Monday, Georgia GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene slammed recent discussions about the implementation of so-called vaccine passports as “corporate communism.”

“They want you to be required to having something called a covid passport, and this would mandate your ability to be able to travel, your ability to be able to go to events, your ability to be able to buy and sell, and I asked the question earlier today — is this something like Biden’s Mark of the Beast? Because, that is really disturbing and not good,” she said.

The “Mark of the Beast” is a biblical symbol that appears in the Book of Revelation, and has been incorporated into various conspiracy theories throughout the years regarding government control of the populace.

“This is what the Biden administration is trying to talk these private companies into doing,” she says later in the video. “Well, let’s analyze that. You see, it’s still the same thing, it’s still fascism, or communism — whatever you want to call it — but it’s coming from private companies. So I have a term for that: I call it corporate communism.”

According to reports, the Biden administration has made it clear that the federal government won’t be issuing vaccine credentials or “passports,” or storing the information of citizens in a database.

“…the government here is not viewing its role as the place to create a passport, nor a place to hold the data of citizens,” Andy Slavitt, acting director for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, said during a White House COVID-19 briefing Monday. “We view this as something that the private sector is doing and will do. What’s important to us, and we’re leading an interagency process right now to go through these details, are that some important criteria be met with these credentials.”

Watch the video below, via Right Wing Watch:

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