Copy of 5 PESKY SECRETS THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT SB 51 that are a really big deal.
They say SB51 is about small businesses, but then you may have heard it's about "tort reform". Completely confused?? Their narrative is constantly changing. This video exposes the shroud of political and special interest protections surrounding SB51 in a way that will help you understand all their definitions and exposes the major players of these civil court reforms in the state of Missouri and the impact SB51 will likely have on your life. Who is driving SB51 for "small business" and is it a good thing? Watch the video and you be the judge.
SB51 is scheduled to be voted on at any time. Please give your state representatives and Governor Parson a call using the contact information below.
To look up your senator click here: Legislator Lookup | Missouri Senate (mo.gov)
To look up your representative click on the following button and look for the "find your representative" button: Missouri House of Representatives - Home (mo.gov)
To call the Governor: 573 751-3222
They say this bill is about the protection of small businesses from "COVID EXPOSURE CLAIMS". Yes, the bill does protect small businesses that show FULL COMPLIANCE AND FOLLOW "GUIDELINES" NOT DEFINED IN THE BILL. If you do not follow those unknown "GUIDELINES MADE BY UNKNOWN ENTITIES" your business will be sued for "recklessness and willful misconduct". Does this mean that if your small business does not force employees and patrons to take the newest "biological or epidemic product", wear two masks at all times, or be implanted with a "medical device", or sign up for the new contact tracing app sweeping the globe in the form of a digital health passport that tracks your movements via GPS you will be considered "reckless" or exhibiting "willful misconduct" as defined in the bill? It is likely seeing as how the "GUIDELINES" and who will be recommending those "GUIDELINES" are not covered in the bill.
COVI-PASS or something similar seems to be the most likely approach to ensuring that small businesses are in full compliance with the mandates of SB 51. It is likely a similar type of digital health passport would be required for entry into places of business, schools, or even your homes as a way to track compliance. This is the only metric of measurement for compliance that truly makes sense when understanding the muddled and intentionally confusing language of SB 51. How does one measure "compliance" when it comes to tracking a virus that has always been accepted as ubiquitous and impossible to track?