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California man accused of selling fake vaccination cards

California man accused of selling fake vaccination cards

The owner of a Northern California bar, which made and sold fake COVID-19 vaccination cards for $20 each, has been arrested in what officials call the first such foiled operation they are aware of nationwide. Todd Anderson was arrested on Tuesday and charged with identity theft, forging government documents, falsifying medical records and having a loaded unregistered handgun.

Hannibal 1 months

Ok I'm more than a little baffled by this story. First off, those "passports" aren't a state or federal government document as far as I'm aware. They come from your healthcare provider. Second, it's established precedent as well as federal law that discrimination based on medical conditions, including vaccination, is illegal in nearly all cases except in a narrowly tailored fashion such as public schools. Why are we allowing discrimination to take place by the private sector? You cannot deny service to someone by demanding a "passport." Yet again, more liberties dying the name of "safety."

Fishe 1 months

Can you give his contact info...? Just so I know who not to call of course.

Glen 1 months

Why is this a crime? It's just a vaccination card. Do illegals have to have one?

Elaine 1 months

I got my vaccine by the National Guard, and I was told not to laminate them. If you plan on traveling to other countries, they may require you to have a vaccination card, or else they would quarantine you.

Robert_Clearwater 1 months

Fake ballots? Impossible...

Trevelyn 1 months

This story isload of crap.He was selling novelty items .

Shono 1 months

Now expose the fake election....

mike 1 months

I want one

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