On Monday, embattled Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s New Mexico Department of Health announced it will be bribing people with an “incentive” of $100 upon injection of the “vaccine series” or the single-shot Johnson & Johnson jab through June 17.
The added bribe comes after the Governor has been waving $10 million cash prizes through a “lottery” (of taxpayer funds) to those who get inoculated, and that appears to not be working since she is adding the extra incentive to sweeten the deal.
“All New Mexicans who have received at least one shot are also eligible for the Vax 2 the Max sweepstakes, including a total of $10 million in cash prizes and other awards. On June 18, New Mexico will conduct its first drawings – four prizes of $250,000 each. New Mexicans who wish to participate can sign up,” wrote Lujan Grisham’s Department of Health.
“Eligibility is limited to New Mexicans receiving a booster shot or the J&J shot from Monday, June 14 to Thursday, June 17”
“To qualify for the $100, New Mexicans must bring the following to their appointments: New Mexicans must provide proof of residency (e.g. an identification card, pay stub or utility bill). Those who are receiving a second Pfizer or Moderna shot must provide a CDC vaccine card or other proof of vaccination that they have received a primary shot. New Mexicans can locate their vaccination records at vaxviewnm.org.”
According to the release by the Department, “New Mexicans will receive $100 either on-site or at their home addresses. For New Mexicans eligible to be vaccinated who are under 18 years old, a parent or guardian must be present to qualify for the $100.”
The caveat that allows parents to get $100 for their children to get the vaccine may end up in added coercive tactics from parents strapped for cash. Children are the lowest population to die from the Chinese Virus, with a 99.997% survival rate and less than 1% of children with the virus require the jab. Find more information on children and the pandemic by clicking here.