Attorney General William Barr came out in opposition to a proposal floated by Bill Gates for people to eventually gain certificates for being vaccinated against the CCP virus."I'm very concerned about the slippery slope in terms of continuing encroachments on personal liberty.I do think during the emergency,appropriate,reasonable steps are fine,"Barr said on Wednesday night when asked about the proposal during an appearance on Fox News's"Ingraham Angle."
司法部长威廉·巴尔公开反对比尔·盖茨提出的一项提案，该提案要求人们最终获得接种 CCP 病毒的证书。"我非常担心继续侵犯个人自由所带来的滑坡。周三晚上，巴尔在接受福克斯新闻频道(Fox News)《英格拉汉姆角度》(Ingraham Angle)采访时被问及这一提议时表示:"我认为在紧急情况下，采取适当、合理的措施是可行的。"
Pressed to be more specific,he added,"I'd be a little concerned about that,the tracking of people and so forth,generally,especially going forward over a long period of time."
Gates is funding multiple efforts to produce a vaccine against the CCP(Chinese Communist Party)virus,commonly known as novel coronavirus.During a question-and-answer session on Reddit,an online forum,he floated the idea of a certificate when asked what changes society will have to make in light of the pandemic.
盖茨正在资助多方努力生产抗中共病毒(俗称新型冠状病毒)的疫苗。在一个在线论坛 Reddit 上的问答环节中，当被问及面对这场流行病，社会将不得不做出什么改变时，他提出了颁发证书的想法。
"The question of which businesses should keep going is tricky.Certainly food supply and the health system.We still need water,electricity and the internet.Supply chains for critical things need to be maintained.Countries are still figuring out what to keep running,"he said.
"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,"he added.
A number of commenters reacted strongly to the proposal,saying it validated conspiracy theorists about world leaders wanting mandatory marks for vaccines.
Asked about backlash to the proposal,the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation told Reuters:"The reference to'digital certificates'relates to efforts to create an open source digital platform with the goal of expanding access to safe,home-based testing."
Barr said there are situations where liberties can be restricted,such as during war and pandemics,but added the Department of Justice was going to look at whether"the draconian measures that are being adopted are fully justified and there are not alternative ways of protecting people.
When,on April 30,restrictions the U.S.government put forth expire,officials should let people adapt,Barr added.
"I think we have to allow people to adapt more than we have,and not just tell people to go home and hide under the bed,but allow them to use other ways,social distancing and other means,to protect themselves,"he said.
»Source»By Zachary Steiber