HR 6666 Causing Panic in America

HR 6666 Causing Panic in America

( – As if 2020 couldn’t get any more bizarre, the internet is now on fire over H.R. 6666. The bill, known as the Testing, Reaching and Contacting Everyone Act (TRACE Act) calls for $100 billion in funds for 2020, with language allowing for more funds to be designated through it in future years.

The stated purpose of this bill is:

“To authorize the Secretary of Health and Human Services to award grants to eligible entities to conduct diagnostic testing for COVID-19, and related activities such as contact tracing, through mobile health units and, as necessary, at individuals’ residences, and for other purposes.”

While bills are numbered sequentially when they are introduced, the fact that it ends in three sixes is significant to many Christians. H.R. 6666 is also open-ended, allowing for an interpretation of how the funding might be used aside from designated elements.

Bill Gates has been pushing testing, vaccines, and contact tracing for months now, so it doesn’t help matters that the patent number to Microsoft’s cryptocurrency using body activity data carries the number W0/2020/060606.

Practical Application?

H.R. 6666 and patent W0/2020/060606 have both been around for a while, but last week’s announcement from Ventura County, California struck terror into the hearts of many and caused the nation to take a closer look at the bill.

In a live video, Ventura County officials announced they’d be removing anyone from a home without enough bathrooms for each infected individual to have their own apart from uninfected individuals. That means if two parents had three infected children and one bathroom, those three children would be removed and isolated.

Following the backlash from this statement, Ventura County claimed they “misspoke” and assured residents that the plan was to help them quarantine sick individuals within their own homes.

More HR 6666 Concerns

Beyond the numbers and other upsetting correlations, is other problematic language.

The TRACE Act specifically allows officials to “trace and monitor” contacts of anyone who is infected, even if those contacts aren’t infected. Which could lead to an open invitation to spy on American citizens with the full permission of the federal government.

Then there’s the consideration of exactly who is to implement the bill.

Among a list of qualified entities are non-profit organizations, schools, and so forth. But again, open language allows for “any other type of entity that is determined by the Secretary [of Health and Human Services] ”

The open language also allows for this program to continue well after 2020, with access to federal funds to pay for it. The trust of the people is now supposed to rest in the hands of the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), who is allowed to make educated decisions on exactly who might implement this program.

Even if there weren’t three sixes in this bill or the patent for the potential tracking device to be used with it, giving blanket permission to any government to “track and trace” its citizens is a recipe for disaster.

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