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The world is becoming more digitalized and virtual by the second. Reality itself seems to be fundamentally different because of technology.
In tonight's In-Depth Report, Church Militant's Hunter Bradford uncovers unsettling changes to state ID cards.
The Magnolia State is introducing mobile ID cards that'll turn your driver's license digital.
Mississippi's public safety commissioner, Sean Tindell, summarized the new plan for a local news station.
Sean Tindell: "Citizens of the state will be able to utilize a mobile ID that will be an app on their phone. And they'll be able to take it and use it just like they would their regular ID."
Mississippi is not the only state pushing this. Last spring, tech giant Apple announced plans to develop similar programs with Connecticut, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Oklahoma, Utah, Arizona and Georgia.
A flyer detailing Utah's mobile driver's license program states it will track health records, financial records and even vaccine records.
Tindell predicts Mississippi's program will be expanding in the years to come.
Tindell: "So this is just the beginning right now with our, with our ID cards or driver's license, but in the future we are hoping to be able to put a lot more into the app."
According to the American Civil Liberties Union, or ACLU, mobile driver's licenses could "become an infrastructure for invading privacy and increasing the leverage and control of government agencies and companies over individuals."
Utah's Department of Public Safety says the program will offer people "enhanced privacy."
The Left often attempts to distort reality with the use of language — verbiage that does not reflect reality.
Remember what the Biden administration had to say about the trillion-dollar spending bill? It's "free."
Joe Biden: "It is zero price tag on the debt. We are paying. We are gonna pay for everything we spend. It's gonna be zero."
Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash.: "This is a zero-dollar bill."
Dismembering a child limb by limb? That's "health care."
Shutting down small businesses and confining citizens to their homes? That's "safety" and "public health."
Mobile IDs seem like the latest piece of the globalist puzzle they've talked so much about — called the "new normal."
Dr. Anthony Fauci: "The new normal ... ."
Dr. Oz: "America's new normal ... ."
MSNBC anchor: "Just going back to normal isn't going to solve it. We need a new normal."
News anchor: "Our new normal. So what exactly would that look like?"
Our Lord said to His followers: "I am sending you out like sheep into the midst of wolves, so be wise as serpents and innocent as doves."
Already, 100,000 of Colorado's citizens have downloaded the "myColorado App," allowing citizens to keep vehicle registrations and proof of insurance in the app wallet.