666: Microchip Under Your Skin Can Sense Coronavirus, DARPA Reveals

This is how they get you.

“Oh, the best way to stop the spread of the virus is to put a microchip under your skin that will alert you when you have the virus. It’s like 24/7 testing – pure science.”

Is there any way to escape this madness?

60 Minutes:

It might surprise you to learn that many of the innovations deployed to counter the coronavirus were once obscure Pentagon-funded projects to defend soldiers from contagious diseases and biological weapons. The life-saving vaccine developed in record time owes a debt to these programs. To learn more, we met the man who has been leading the rapid vaccine effort, retired Colonel Matt Hepburn. An army infectious disease physician, he spent years with the secretive defense advanced research projects agency or DARPA, working on technology he hopes will ensure COVID-19 is the last pandemic.

Dr. Matt Hepburn

Dr. Matt Hepburn: If we wanna say we can never let this happen again, we’re gonna have to go even faster next time.

Eight years ago, Dr. Hepburn was recruited by DARPA.

Dr. Matt Hepburn: The DARPA director was very clear. “Your mission is to take pandemics off the table.”

Dr. Hepburn showed us a few current projects, some sound like they’re from an episode of “Star Trek.” Consider a ship like the USS Theodore Roosevelt — hobbled last year when 1,271 crew members tested positive for the coronavirus. What if everyone on board had their health monitored with this subdermal implant, now in late-stage testing. It’s not some dreaded government microchip to track your every move, but a tissue-like gel engineered to continuously test your blood.

From the interview:

Dr. Matt Hepburn: It’s a sensor.

Bill Whitaker: This tiny green thing in there?

Dr. Matt Hepburn: That tiny green thing in there, you put it underneath your skin and what that tells you is that there are chemical reactions going on inside the body and that signal means you are going to have symptoms tomorrow.

Bill Whitaker: Wow. There’s an– an actual transmitter in that–

Dr. Matt Hepburn: Yeah. It’s like a “check engine” light.

Bill Whitaker: Check this sailor out before he infects other people?

Dr. Matt Hepburn: That’s right.

It’s amazing how they found a viable way to excuse literally anything with this alleged virus. They can just say that something is “because of the virus,” or “to save people’s lives,” or “because of the pandemic,” and they can do whatever they want while encountering minimal or inexistent resistance.

The show also shows a thing where they filter people’s blood “to remove the virus,” which is clearly ridiculous and fake.

What’s next?

Using 5G microwaves to fry the virus cells in people’s bodies?