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Get Ready for a Knock at your Door! Sisolak Asks Biden to Send Federal Surge Teams

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After stealing millions of taxpayer dollars to run an illegal lottery to bribe people into taking the experimental coronavirus vaccine, Governor Steve Sisolak has now asked the Federal Government to send in so-called “Surge Teams” which are expected to go door to door in an attempt to harass and scare the shit out of people who haven’t complied with the vaccine propaganda campaign.

In a press release released yesterday by the criminal governor of Nevada, Sisolak said the request would help “assist in our outreach efforts” in spreading vaccine awareness and opportunities in Clark County. In other words, not enough sheep are complying with his dictatorial mandates, so he is bringing in the weight of the federal government in an attempt to scare you into taking the government experiment.

“The COVID-19 vaccines are highly effective at reducing the severity of cases, hospitalization and deaths and we must continue to leverage resources at the federal, state and local level to increase access and confidence and get as many Nevadans protected from this deadly virus as possible,” Sisolak said in a statement.

This comes as the White House is gearing up to send these surge teams throughout the country to go door to door to “talk” to people who haven’t taken the vaccine – which should scare the shit out of anyone with half a brain when they realize that means they are keeping LISTS on people who haven’t complied!

Biden said the administration will “step up efforts to get vaccines to your family doctors and other doctors who serve younger people so that adolescents ages 12 to  18 can get vaccinated, despite the fact that no one in this age group is at risk!

Get Ready for a knock at your door unvaccinated Vegas…

Candice McDaniel, a deputy with the state Department of Health and Human Services, said the Nevada Division of Emergency Management is working closely with FEMA to finalize the arrangements. “We are grateful for FEMA’s responsiveness and support,” she said during an online news briefing on the state’s COVID-19 response on Thursday.

Sisolak’s Chief of Staff Michelle White said federal teams will be on the ground early next week.