Days Before Ohio Train Disaster, Locals Were Pushed to Get Creepy ‘MyID’ Biometric Trackers – Report
A farmer who lives near East Palestine, Ohio, said there is yet another coincidence in the town’s toxic ordeal, which he cannot ignore.
As a cloud of mistrust grows that is as thick as the one of toxic gas that hovered over East Palestine, Ohio, after a train derailment early this month, one local resident is wondering at a strange coincidence that borders upon a potential conspiracy.
Farmer Bob Moore told the Gateway Pundit that he has trouble reconciling the toxic disaster with what had at first seemed like a push for residents to have medical data available online for first responders.
In October, the East Palestine Fire Department announced it would be using the MyID service to allow residents to have health information stored and available to fire responders, according to the Morning Journal.
They are culling the herd, any way they can….
OMG! PLANNED IN ADVANCE AND WANTED MEDICAL DATA SO THEY DID NOT HAVE TO GO THERE. WIPE OUT SECTIONS OF THE USA AND HAVE DATA ALL READY TO POST! IT’S PAST TIME NOW. TRUMP AT 7PM!k
Ohio is important in our elections…primarily conservative/Republicans…is the D/S-globalist cabal trying to “send a message” to Jim Jordan and other elected conservatives…these “incidences” are beyond ungodly, reprehensible criminal actions.
If you have a condition EMS might need to be aware of, this wearable might be nice to have, but you can find off grid ways to make your data available to EMS. One classic way is to keep your meds list on the fridge or even in the freezer in a baggie. Many older ladies carry their med info on a paper in their purse.
This info doesn’t stay off grid.
The data from the ambulance run is entered into a tablet and uploaded into the cloud electronically via various EMS data systems like ESO or HealthEMS, and reviewed by the QR department, billing, the medical director etc. These systems are designed to be secure, as secure as such systems can be.
I don’t think your average healthy person would need this wearable. Also, if it would profit anyone to violate your privacy then any kind of electronic device near you is a possible attack surface. People have identified personnel in Antarctica and other interesting locations through their FitBits, and this was a national security concern. Your cell phone can be listening to you even when it’s off. Even ordinary clothes irons were found to have been “bugged” and sending data to China. Weigh the costs and benefits to you.