Minnesota government BRIBING families with $200 gift cards to get their CHILDREN vaccinated

(Natural News)
Gov. Tim Walz of Minnesota has unveiled a new ploy to convince more parents to “vaccinate” their young children against the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).

Until the end of February, parents who get their children aged 5-11 jabbed in accordance with government guidelines will receive a $200 Visa gift card per child to use however they wish.

In order to be eligible, a child’s first and second dose must be administered between January 1 and February 28. Once a child has received the full two-dose series, parents can request the gift card prize.

“Gift card requests will be fulfilled throughout March of 2022, however, registrants are asked to allow up to six weeks after March 1 to receive the gift card in the mail,” reported KSTP in Minneapolis.

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Entitled “Kids Deserve a Shot,” this new incentive program in Minnesota mirrors those of other states that similarly offered everything from lottery winnings to hamburgers as a reward for compliance.

Later on in the spring, Walz is also planning to unveil drawings for five $100,000 Minnesota college scholarships, which will be awarded to fully vaccinated children aged 5-11.

“While more details are expected in the next few months, officials say all Minnesotans in that age range who complete their first and second doses at any point in time will be eligible to enter the drawing,” KSTP added about the program.

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In a statement, Walz argued that the reason for these new bribery programs has to do with “a lot of highly transmissible virus circulating in our communities.”

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Walz claims that injecting children with experimental gene therapy chemicals from Big Pharma “gives them critical protection against severe illness and hospitalization from Covid-19 and helps keep them in school.”

Currently in Minnesota, young children have the lowest jab rates compared to any other group. It would seem as though most Minnesota parents do not want their little ones injected full of whatever those vials contain, especially since children have a zero percent risk of dying from the alleged virus.

According to reports, about 33 percent of Minnesota’s young children, or about 170,000 of them, have received at least one injection. Twenty-six percent, or 133,500 children, have completed the two-dose series.

The most highly vaccinated group in Minnesota is older people over the age of 65. The state’s data suggests that 97 percent of old folks are now fully injected, and many of them are also “boosted.”

National surveys have supposedly found that only about one-third of parents across the entire country are willing to get their children injected for the Fauci Flu. And this figure is likely on the high end to try to encourage more parents to fall in line.

The powers that be would prefer that all parents willingly jab their children without cash incentives, though they are pushing the bribes more and more due to widespread resistance.

Anyone who opts for an alternative such as ivermectin, on the other hand, is punished as a criminal for trying to stay healthy without getting forcibly injected.

“It is against the law to pimp your children for $200,” wrote someone at TwinCities.com.

“Since no one can trust the vaccine, we now need to bribe everyone with $200?” asked another. “And when the kid ends up in the hospital, who is going to pay for that, Walz? The $200 will do nothing.”

Another wrote that this is all just child abuse, plain and simple. To call it anything else is a misnomer.

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Sources for this article include:

KSTP.com

TwinCities.com

NaturalNews.com

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