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03-02-2023    12:46 PM    OPINION    Brain Worms, or Brain Chips, in Wyoming Legislators?

Forced Microchipping of Humans:  A Constitutional Right for Wyoming Employers

The Wyoming State Constitution guarantees employers the right to require microchip implants in humans, according to the 2023 Wyoming State Legislature.  While 11 states have banned forced microchipping of humans, according to this article in The Cowboy State Daily, the 2023 Wyoming Legislature has decided forced microchipping of people is a guaranteed right.  "The Wyoming State House defeated a bill on Wednesday morning that would have prohibited employers from requiring their staff to implant microchips in their bodies. Senate File 72 was defeated 32-28-1 on third reading, the last major hurdle it had left before being signed into law."

"Despite expressing doubt that this practice is occurring in Wyoming, State Rep. Barry Crago, R-Buffalo,successfully passed an amendment to the bill on Wednesday making any past microchipping agreements still acceptable in Wyoming. He said he brought this amendment to conform the bill to the Wyoming Constitution."  So, even though Barry Crago claims that he does not believe that anyone has ever been microchipped in Wyoming as a condition of obtaining or continuing employment, Barry Crago ensured that (if it had passed) this bill may have outlawed any future microchipping demands from Wyoming employers, but anyone already forcefully microchipped would continue to be forcefully microchipped... because "something-something Constitution."

Barry Crago, Buffalo, Wyoming, Claiming to Represent Wyoming Conservatives.  If my research serves me, Barry Crago is an attorney.  This behavior helps explain the criminal actions of the entire "justice system" in Wyoming.  One of my favorite authors, Harold Robbins, in a book not found in Wyoming libraries, uses the line "Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely."  Thanks for the visual demonstration of this, Barry Crago and fellows.

Hey, Teacher!  Leave that horse alone!!!

"Don't sexualize our horses, but sexualize the children age birth plus." - Current Wyoming State Legislators.

"Sex with horses taboo, sex with children on our wish list." - Current Wyoming State Legislators.

While there may be some non-infested among the current Wyoming State Legislators, apparently these two summations apply to the vast majority - at least in the State House of Representatives, right?

There is good news:  Your livestock appear to be safe around any Wyoming State Legislator!  Also the Wyoming State Legislators (and their followers), who are not safe to have around your kids, are largely unmasked.

God Bless the Wyoming State Legislators.  May God Have Mercy on your Souls.

I never really bought into the whole 2nd Coming religious myth, but this particular issue has me rethinking those prophecies.

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