Even select government employees and officials have been ordered to receive the sub-dermal device, which is typically implanted in the fatty tissue of an individual’s buttock. Police officers, military, even garbage men will be required to have the RFID chip by the end of next month or face termination from their jobs.
During the beta testing stage of this amazing technological development many news outlets have remained silent, apparently waiting to see how the trial pans out before reporting on the matter. National Report, always on the cutting edge, sent yours truly to Hanna, Wyoming in the hopes of gathering opinions and experiences from the townsfolk regarding their recently acquired RFID chips.
“Well, they said I better do this, or they was gonna cut the welfare. I’m a full-time single mother. I got three young kids that need me at all hours and ain’t no man to help. I didn’t have no choice…”
When asked if the procedure was invasive she informed us that it was “a little like giving blood” and that she felt “tired after getting the implant” which is reportedly is a common but benign side effect.
I also spoke with Hanna, Wyoming’s Mayor Ted Howell, whose full support of the RFID chip made it mandatory for the citizens of his small community. Leading by example he was the first recipient of the RFID chip, having it implanted publicly at a recent town hall meeting. “This is change for a better, safer America” he said while undergoing the ten minute procedure. “With this scientific advancement, the terrorists do not stand a chance… USA will prevail…”
This journalist embraces the change and even got her very own RFID chip before heading back to the National Report’s home offices. The surgery was quick, simple and more or less painless. I can barely tell I’ve been implanted at all. A sacrifice I’ve gladly made for my country’s national security and hope you will too.