Biden’s ‘Infrastructure’ Bill Installs Kill Switches in All New Vehicles

Buried in Democrat President Joe Biden’s recently passed “infrastructure” bill is a law that mandates the installation of remotely-accessed kill switches to all new vehicles.

The move allows government authorities to shut down or remotely operate any car, truck, or SUV produced after August 2026.

The disturbing new rule was reported automotive news outlet Motorious.

According to the report, former Georgia Congressman Bob Barr has been sounding the alarm on the terrifying new law after finding it buried within the Biden “infrastructure” legislation.

Barr warns that the measure gives the government the ability to remotely “monitor the performance of a driver” via the device that is mandatorily fitted to their vehicle.

Biden’s bill was passed in August 2021 with cooperation from Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY).

According to Barr, the government will soon have the power to shut off your vehicle if they determine you are partaking in any “illegal” activity.

However, concerns are mounting that the new law will be abused by federal authorities and used to target those who question the government’s agenda.

In recent weeks, Elon Musk’s “Twitter Files” releases have proved that the federal government has been actively colluding with Big Tech companies to silence the American people, mostly those who hold conservative views.

And in Canada, liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s regime froze the bank accounts of the Freedom Convoy protesters who pushed back against his government’s tyrannical Covid measures.

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Barr is now calling on Americans to fight back against the new “kill switch” law.

According to Barr, the measure to install vehicle kill switches into every new car, truck, and SUV sold in this country is hidden away in the recently passed infrastructure bill.

“The regulation likely won’t be enforced for five years, so maybe there’s time to do something about this,” Motorious reports.

“As we’ve seen both in this country and others recently, what constitutes ‘law-abiding’ can change drastically overnight,” the report continues.

“For example, in September a car was pulled over in New Zealand and the occupants arrested when police discovered the trunk was full of Kentucky Fried Chicken meals.”

“They were smuggling the fast food to customers in locked-down Auckland, against quarantine measures.

“Yet not too long before, delivering restaurant orders to people was considered a reputable, legal activity.”

“It gets even better: Barr points out that the bill, which has been signed into law by President Biden, states that the kill switch, which is referred to as a safety device, must ‘passively monitor the performance of a driver of a motor vehicle to accurately identify whether that driver may be impaired.’

“In other words, Big Brother will constantly be monitoring how you drive,” Motorious warns.

“If you do something the system has been programmed to recognize as driver impairment, your car could just shut off, which could be incredibly dangerous.”

“There is the possibility the kill switch program might measure your driving as impaired, then when you try to start the car up again the engine won’t fire up.

“That would potentially leave you stranded.”

“But wait, there’s more. This kill switch ‘safety’ system would be open, or in other words, there would be a backdoor.

“That would allow police or other government authorities to access it whenever.”

“Would they need a warrant to do that? Likely not.

“Even better, hackers could access the backdoor and shut down your vehicle.”

Barr is urging regular Americans to step up and tell their U.S. Representatives and Senators what they think of laws like these.

“Adding what amounts to a mandatory, backdoor government ‘kill switch’ to cars is not only a violation of our constitutional rights but an affront to what is — or used to be — an essential element of our national character,” Barr warns.

“Unless this regulatory mandate is not quickly removed or defanged by way of an appropriations rider preventing its implementation, the freedom of the open road that individual car ownership brought to the American Dream, will be but another vague memory of an era no longer to be enjoyed by future generations.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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