We all think that It was in Africans that some individuals are entangled with the theory that a vaccine for Coronavirus in the form of a chip will be produce by Bill Gates. And this chip will be inserted into your body. Some went further to attribute the said chip to the mark of the beast.
Surprisingly, there was a protest of Americans in the state of Texas protesting with a large banner and an inscription that says ‘Texas will not take the mark of the beast (Vaccine chip ID 2020).’
Texas is the second most populous state in the US, with a population of about 28 million. 85% of the 28 million people in Texas are Christians. Definitely, with the amount of Christian in the state, it’s definite that some Christians will tow the line of the conspiracy theory.
The reason some other individuals are against any chip (if there would be) is just because they don’t want their privacy invaded and not because of the theory. If the government wants to track you, they don’t need to insert a chip.
How The Conspiracy Theory Of Vaccine In The Form Of Chip Started
This conspiracy theory of vaccine in the form of chip that many people have been swayed to believe, started when the words of Bill Gates was misquoted, when he answered a question about maintaining business during the pandemic. See his words;
“Eventually we will have some digital certificates to show who has recovered or been tested recently or when we have a vaccine who has received it.”
His words are direct and easy to understand. But some people decided to confuse people, by bringing up the idea of a chip, linking it up with the mark of the beast and then boom, it spreads across the Christian word.
Digital certificate have always been virtual and not physical. Its just like an electronic signature. Bill was referring to what South Korea did, which was to implement an extensive testing system, created a website that showed information about where patients who tested positive for COVID-19 had been in order to alert others in the area. The Bill and Melinda Gates foundation have since debunked the theory.
Is There Any Proof For A Vaccine Chip?
No one has come out with any link or evidence to defend the conspiracy theory. All the theories are just based on imagination and fear. The smallest chip ever made in the world cannot fit into any vaccine needle.