Big Brother! Minnesota Now Offering $200 Gift Cards For Families Who Get Their 5-11 Year-Olds Vaccinated

There are a handful of states whose political leadership has embraced Marxism demanding submission from the citizens of their states.

Even though children in the U.S. have a 99.995% chance of surviving COVID-19 and study in the UK showing there is only a 2-in-a-million chance the disease will be fatal in children, Minnesota is using money to manipulate hesitant parents to get their children jabbed.

To put it further in perspective, children have greater odds of drowning than dying from COVID yet the small children are still in the crosshairs of the “establishment”.

The state of Minnesota, which is divided between the radicals in cities like Minneapolis, and rural farmers and ranchers, happens to be one of the worst in turning up the pressure.

Minnesota is now offering $200 gift cards to families, per child to get their 5-11 year-olds vaccinated with the experimental COVID vaccines.

A CDC panel raised concerns over vaccine-induced Myocarditis in children aged 5-11 who received the vaccine back in December.

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A new incentive has been announced in an effort to get more children fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in Minnesota.

On Tuesday, Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz said families who get their 5- to 11-year-old children fully vaccinated in January and February can get a $200 Visa gift card per child.

A new incentive has been announced in an effort to get more children fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in Minnesota.

However, in order to be eligible for the gift cards, the first and second doses must be administered between Jan. 1 and Feb. 28. Officials say families are able to receive one gift card for each eligible child who is vaccinated in that time frame.

Parents and guardians will be able to register their children once they have completed their two-dose series between 10 a.m. on Jan. 24 and 11:59 p.m. on Feb. 28. Gift card requests will be fulfilled throughout March of 2022, however, registrants are asked to allow up to six weeks after March 1 to receive the gift card in the mail.

The initiative is part of the “Kids Deserve a Shot” incentive program that is currently underway.

Walz also announced that, later this spring, drawings will be held for five $100,000 Minnesota college scholarships for all children ages 5-11 who are also fully vaccinated. While more details are expected in the next few months, officials say all Minnesotans in that age range who complete their first and second doses at any point in time will be eligible to enter the drawing.

What the left doesn’t want to acknowledge is families in black suburban areas of major cities statistically have the lowest vaccination rates per ethnicity.

As with the requirements for these families, many of who are struggling financially, to get the financial assistance, COVID fanatics are offering cash for lower-income families, but only if they go ahead and have the children vaccinated, against their wishes.

Written By: Eric Thompson, host of the Eric Thompson Show.

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