Big Tech Caught Red-Handed Colluding With Globalist Health Authorities

If you needed more proof of the insidious relationship between the Biden administration, Big Tech, Mainstream Media, and the globalists at the WHO and CDC, then here it is.

Never before in history has such a collusion between globalist superpowers been so evident, and in a way we should celebrate this fact. It’s become so obvious that Big Tech has taken arms with the federal government to push more fear mongering over the small uptick in COVID cases seen nationwide, despite plummeting deaths and hospitalizations.

Additionally, the Big Tech censors have removed any ability to discuss or debate anything related to the coronavirus on their platforms.

Their mission is simple: force every American to comply to the health edicts pushed by Biden and his tyrannical goons without allowing anyone to question their authority.

Big Tech companies are making it mandatory for employees in the United States to get COVID-19 vaccinations before entering campuses, as the highly infectious Delta variant of the virus drives a resurgence in cases across regions.

Alphabet Inc’s Google and Facebook Inc said on Wednesday all U.S. employees must get vaccinated to step into offices. Google is also planning to expand its vaccination drive to other regions in the coming months.

According to a Deadline report, streaming giant Netflix Inc has also implemented a policy mandating vaccinations for the cast and crew on all its U.S productions.

Apple Inc plans to restore its mask requirement policy at most of its U.S. retail stores, both for customers and staff, even if they are vaccinated, Bloomberg News reported.

Apple and Netflix did not immediately respond to requests for comments.

Many tech companies including Microsoft Corp and Uber have said they expect employees to return to office, months after pandemic-induced lockdowns forced them to shift to working from home.

In April, Salesforce said it would allow vaccinated employees to return to some of its offices.

Google also said Wednesday it would extend its work-from-home policy through Oct. 18 due to a recent rise in cases caused by the Delta variant across different regions.

Author: Asa McCue