JUST IN: Tucson, Arizona Will Require 2022 Election Workers to Be Vaccinated

Original article.  I hope the country can see this for what it is…  An attempt to have another fraudulent election like 2020.  First, they use COVID-19 to get mail-in ballots and drop boxes, and now this.  Despicable Demos!!
By Jordan Conradson
Published March 18, 2022 at 9:25 pm  407 Comments


The city of Tucson, Arizona, will mandate vaccines for election workers in the upcoming May special election.

Coincidentally, more than 91% of Democrats in the U.S. are vaccinated versus roughly 60% of Republicans.

This is part of the Democrats’ plan to steal 2022 by blocking patriots out of poll worker positions.

The Gateway Pundit reported on the massive evidence of voter fraud discovered in Pima County and Tucson’s 2020 election, leaving hundreds of thousands of ballots in question. A whistleblower email alleged a plot by the Democrats to insert approximately 35,000 fraudulent votes into the election.

They got caught and they won’t let it happen again.

AZ free news reported,

The city of Tucson will require proof of vaccination for individuals wishing to serve as election workers for the upcoming special election in May. According to emails obtained by AZ Free News, individuals are required to bring their COVID-19 vaccination cards along with their social security cards and contact information if they would like to be a paid election worker.

Multiple studies on the demographics of the vaccinated show that the majority of vaccinated individuals self-identify as Democrats. As of press time, the FDA has authorized three booster shot brands for the COVID-19 vaccine: Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Janssen-Johnson & Johnson. According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines’ protection wanes after five months, while the Johnson & Johnson version wanes after two months.

In less than a year after the FDA initially approved the first emergency use authorization (EUA) for the COVID-19 vaccine, some have received as many as three additional boosters on top of their initial shot. On Tuesday, Pfizer-BioNTech petitioned the FDA to approve a fourth booster. Full FDA approval of one of the vaccine brands, Pfizer-BioNTech, came at the end of August — about seven months ago.

The May 22 special election will have voters determine whether to approve Proposition 411, introduced by Mayor Regina Romero and the city council, to authorize a 10-year extension of a half-cent sales tax for travel infrastructure.

The Democrats will stop at nothing to prevent free and fair elections.

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