Insanity: Israeli Man Denied Service from McDonald’s Kiosk over Vaccination Status


A long-time criticism of Covid policy is that it treats the healthy and unhealthy the same; though most of those who die are generally unhealthy, Fauci and the rest of the Covid bureaucrats treat everyone as if they’re at the same level of risk.

While that’s a valid criticism, Israel might be taking the whole “health” thing a little bit too far. Now, in that nation, you apparently need the jab…to order from a kiosk.

Just watch here:

Apparently, the nation’s “Green Pass” system is so strict that even the double jabbed that haven’t received a booster can’t order a burger…from a robotic kiosk.

As Israel365 reported, providing background on the ridiculous video:

Activist Shlomo Walfish went to the McDonald’s in Bet Shemesh to try to order food. The computer that takes orders then denied him service after selecting that he does not have a green passport.

The American franchise is the first place of business in Israel to deny food for the unvaccinated.

ZeroHedge, reporting on the Green Pass system genrally, said:

With the green pass system, other public venues like bars, gyms, and theaters are denying people access; however, this could be a first example of a machine literally being programed to halt service to unvaccinated people – or at least those without proper vaccine “credentials”. 

And we are being told this is all in the name of public “health” and “safety”… No Covid passport = no food.

In the name of health, people aren’t allowed to eat. Has the world gone mad?

By: Gen Z Conservative, editor of Follow me on Parler and Gettr.

This story syndicated with permission from Will – Trending Politics

Notice: This article may contain commentary that reflects the author's opinion.

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