21 Nurse finds ID Chip in her vaccinated arm (twitter.com) posted 78 days ago by BuckeyePatr1ot 78 days ago by BuckeyePatr1ot +29 / -8 17 comments share 17 comments share save hide report block hide replies
Lift up the arm sleeve.
The smallest standard RFID chip implants are relatively large because the tube has to hold the very small copper coil used to input energy. The tube is biologically inert so that the body won't reject it. So the question here is, have 'they' developed even smaller chips and tubes covertly? Does any 'vax' contain nano technology rfid?
How do they tag pets with chips? Are these vets?
The vet has to punch a hole in the hide and inject something the size of a rice grain with a large gauge needle. The tag is made of glass and it contains a tiny coil that can receive energy to power the tag, and a microchip that provides an ID value on a radio frequency channel.
Here’s the answer https://www.akc.org/expert-advice/lifestyle/how-do-dog-microchips-work/
The shirt has the chip, not her arm
HP announced "smart dust" rfid chips back in 2010. Who knows what they have now.
Is it her shirt?
Those are pet microchips.
This is the (newer version of the) reader they are using:
You can read the text on the Vets / assistants shirt : "Veterinary Clinic"
She is not a nurse.
They work at a Vet Clinic where pets are chipped.
So yeah, fakeroo TikTok joke
What a crock of shit.
I thought everyone knew: Since 2000, 2001, every item of GAP brand clothing has had an RFID tag in it. Likewise many other items.
Note: RFID chips do NOT (as in NOT) give out MAC addresses. The idea of that is so stupid that it feels weird to even have to refute it.
The black girl in the background gives it away in her facial expression. Like "I don't think you're fooling anyone and I don't want to be part of this."
Sheep are dumb!
Nanotechnology, brought to you by DARPA/ BARDA, courtesy of Warp Speed, sponsored by the United States Department of Defense.
Now, get your popcorn and watch the show.