May 052020
 May 5, 2020  Posted by  Govt

Joe Cadillic writes:

The Co-Chair of AmeriCorps and the creator of AmeriCorps, former President Bill Clinton, wants to create a national contact tracing force using AmeriCorps volunteers.

The Co-Chair of the AmeriCorps, Congressman John Garamendi, recently introduced a bill that would “expand volunteer opportunities within AmeriCorps and the Federal Emergency Management Agency” (FEMA).

The bill “Undertaking National Initiatives to Tackle Epidemic Act” (UNITE Act) would allow AmeriCorps and FEMA to create a national contact-tracing corps. (see page 10)

“The bicameral legislation ensures that existing national and community service programs are fully mobilized in order to assist in testing and contact tracing. The bill would also ensure that Peace Corps volunteers, whose service involuntarily ended in March due to the global pandemic, will receive benefits and priority placement in these domestic programs so they can continue to use their skills by facilitating testing and contact tracing.”

Six years ago, USA Today called “AmeriCorps a wasteful flop” saying many members are serving as recess referees. The article also asked the question, do we really need playground monitors?

In 2018 a CBS News investigation revealed that AmeriCorps programs, are rife with sexual misconduct and failed to meet federal standards and requirements.

Read more on MassPrivateI.

Thank goodness for Joe and those who dig into the backgrounds of organizations to see if they can be trusted.

  One Response to “Clinton Foundation Wants To Use AmeriCorps To Create A ‘National Contact Tracing Corps’”

  1. Why would we need Peace Officers if this is a voluntary program? Something smells foul here! Could it be they intend to trace and test against our will,

    Why the need to even introduce a bill? What happened to elective testing prompted by the citizen? Sure seems like a resolution to violate our Fourth Amendment, granting permissions to enter homes and seize citizens under the veil of “good will” The false label doesn’t change the contents within!

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