Watch: Uniformed Troops Go To Bars & 7-Eleven In Dallas To Randomly ναccιnαte "Younger Crowd"
by Tyler Durden
Tuesday, May 18, 2021 - 01:19 PM
For much of the past month national media has been replete with headlines decrying "ναccιnє hesitancy" as cσɾσnαvιɾυs infection rates continue on the decline. Amid dire "warnings" this may "hinder"
herd immunity goals, local and federal health agencies are busy pouring vast resources into ναccιnє-promoting ad campaigns. "The United States has a surplus of cσɾσnαvιɾυs ναccιnє doses on its hands, and long gone are the days when people waited hours to get jabbed. Dwindling demand has forced governors and mayors to get creative
," The Washington Post
observed this week.
But one initiative in Dallas County in Texas is going far beyond anything we've seen thus far, and as many on social media have observed, it is downright creepy and bizarre in its brazenly coercive optics
. Texas has long been fully opened and bars and restaurants are now packed, but ναccιnє sites are not, apparently. So naturally Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS) thought it would be a good idea to go to the bars with the ναccιnєs... along with uniformed US Army National Guard soldiers
We’re going out tonight too administering the #CÖVÌD19 💉 to bar goers in Deep Ellum. By getting ναccιnαted you’ll be able to enjoy going out again knowing that you’re safe & protected. Register today: https://t.co/ktULSgeNlN @JudgeClayJ @CBSDFW @NBCDFW @wfaa pic.twitter.com/dZgX380zFP
— Dallas County HHS (@DCHHS) May 15, 2021
On a busy Friday night in a Dallas neighborhood widely dubbed the "live music capital of North Texas" US military personnel entered popular venues
, including random convenience stores (as seen in the video), to
coax unναccιnαted individuals to get the jab on the spot
"So right now we are going to give a CÖVÌD ναccιnє to someone inside a 7-Eleven – this is what community service looks like and getting the community ναccιnαted," a video narrator states.
The Dallas County HHS featured its efforts in a short social media clip showing a couple of US Army solders in full camouflage fatigues flanking a top Dallas health official.
"We’re going out tonight too administering the CÖVÌD-19 to bar goers in Deep Ellum," the Twitter post said.
"By getting ναccιnαted you’ll be able to enjoy going out again knowing that you’re safe & protected" - except of course the people in the popular nightlife area this past weekend were already clearly quite comfortable "going out again" to have a good time. A local CBS-DFW news clip said of the new Dallas HHS-National Guard campaign that Dallas County is hoping to attract the "younger crowd"
Not only were multiple uniformed federal troops manning a "pop-up" ναccιnє table on a Deep Ellum street, but they were filmed going into
the venues to
The local CBS affiliate emphasized the campaign "targets" young people
(as the above local news coverage of the initiative spells out exactly).
"Specifically where the younger people are," as "this week the FDA announced it's expanding emergency use authorization for pfιzєr CÖVÌD-19 ναccιnє for those 12 and up," CBS said. And one top Dallas health official told the broadcaster: "That's why we are here"
...as uniformed soldiers stood behind him
One 7-11 clerk who agreed to receive the shot was asked by the troops: "How do you feel that you got the ναccιnє right here, at work, by US soldiers?"
They was walking around Deep Ellum last night randomly trying to ναccιnαte people and bar goers who haven’t been ναccιnαted yet in dallas pic.twitter.com/AQ3dH44Lbj
— TRIPLE D DAT!!!!!! (@TRIPLED4LIFE) May 16, 2021
The man then extolls the benefits of being a US citizen - which given the weird optics of the whole encounter between the jab-proffering Army personnel and an apparently somewhat recent immigrant to the US, brings up some serious questions...
For starters, when a "ναccιnє crew" of literal uniformed soldiers randomly walks up to citizens saying they "need to get vaxxed"... do the individuals understand it's entirely an option and not an authoritative mandate?
And would (in the example of the video) a recent immigrant to the country or even new American citizen understand the nature of the encounter?
But of course this appears to be the entire point...
"Since Feb. 24, it [Dallas] has served as one of several federal vaccination sites run by the U.S. military and Federal Emergency Management Agency aimed at increasing immunity in underserved and highly vulnerable communities," The Dallas Morning News
With ναccιnє hesitancy on the rise, and with President Bıdɛn's new bizarre announcement that "Those who are not ναccιnαted will end up paying the price"
- is the new "creative" strategy all about putting "muscle" in terms of serious federal authority in the room (or on busy nightlife venue streets) for added pressure?
PRES. Bıdɛn: "Those who are not ναccιnαted will end up paying the price." pic.twitter.com/qQ7cAyoYUW
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) May 17, 2021
Are ναccιnє-bearing troops coming to a neighborhood near you?