The fact that vaccine passports can effectively be a person’s individual “passport to life” appears to be a virtual certainty at this stage.

Joe Scarborough of MSNBC, a frequent critic of former President Trump, said that any Americans opposing vaccination passports are “an idiot” and a “moron” who should possibly “crawl back to your cave.”

Scarborough made the comments during an interview on Tuesday, March 30. 

Vaccine passports have been opposed by Republican politicians and civil liberties advocates as a move of “totalitarian communism,” and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has pledged not to make them a necessity in his state.

In Europe, meanwhile, vaccine attitudes vary greatly, with Germany reportedly preparing to curb the AstraZeneca vaccine rollout on Tuesday, restricting it to people under 60. The decision came after current research purportedly linked the AstraZeneca vaccine to unusual yet lethal blood clots in a small group of patients.

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have not rejected a link, but maintain that the vaccine risk is minor.

“Experts” from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) offered to build and manage a global health passport system for the WHO in order to control the free movement of the world’s population.

According to Breitbart, in an article from the Chinese state-run propagandist media, Global Times, the “experts” proposed to create the system to monitor vaccinated people in as little as a week using their technical ability and experience in the field of monitoring every aspect of people’s private lives.

Apparently, the CCP’s proposal is in response to statements by WHO’s head of health emergencies, Dr. Michael Ryan, who said the time was not right for a vaccine passport system.

Scarborough raged that it is people’s freedom that suffers if they fail to take the injection. They have the choice of staying ignorant and foolish.

He added “the time to try to reason with these people has long passed.”

The Biden administration seems committed to vaccine passports, despite their reluctance to talk to media about them.

They don’t like the word “passports” and would like to have them referred to as “credentials or certificates.”

The Washington Post reported on March 28 that the Biden administration said, “private companies are working to develop a standard way of handling credentials—often referred to as vaccine passports. The measure would allow Americans to prove they have been vaccinated against the novel coronavirus [CCP Virus] as businesses try to reopen.”

During the White House’s Monday conference, Andy Slavitt, a White House COVID-19 (CCP Virus) advisor, said that the government sees its position as neither creating a passport nor storing citizens’ information.