The witch hunt is on, as the federal government prepares to send out “health ambassadors” and “public health workers” into communities and neighborhoods across the United States. The Mecklenburg County Health Department in North Carolina is launching a “doses to doors” program, equipping vaccine propagandists with covid-19 shots, which can be delivered at the person’s front door.
“We’re launching a ‘doses to doors’ program, where our staff will actually be going out with the canvassers with vaccine in hand,” Mecklenburg County Health Director, Gibbie Harris, said. “If we find someone through the canvassers that wants to be vaccinated, we can do it on the spot.”
When the Biden regime failed to meet its 70 percent goal of “shots in arms,” the regime announced a new door-to-door propaganda campaign to locate the unvaccinated, re-educate them and compel their compliance with these spike protein experiments. The Biden regime never mentioned that these vaccine propagandists would be partnering with curbside vaccinators.
Spike protein injections are coming to your front door, as health departments ramp up intimidation, coercion
These “community outreach organizations” initially had one goal: to identify the “unvaccinated” in their own home and keep record of their vaccination status. A training manual from Lake County, Illinois instructs door-to-door vaccine propagandists to, “report on your work!” The training manual instructs the “health ambassadors “to fill out the Door knocking Spreadsheet with the counts of who still needs a vaccine, who is already vaccinated, who needs more info, etc.”
“This is important information that the Health Department is relying on!” the manual states. With enough pressure, the “vaccine-hesitant” might finally give in to the plan. Dr. Meg Sullivan, Medical Director for the Mecklenburg County Health Department, believes that she can make private and personal healthcare decisions for everyone in the county. “When you look at the percent of our community who is vaccinated, it is not as high as it needs to be,” she remarked. “We just know that we need to have those innovative ways.”
Author: Lance D Johnson
Lance D. Johnson is a freelance investigative journalist focusing primarily on health related topics. His articles have been published by many journals, including Natural News, Nature, The Modesto Bee, Merced Sun-Star, People’s Taliba, Eastern Arizona Courier, Australian National Review, Citizens Journal and more.