A woman in Oklahoma is suing the state, claiming that it’s a violation of her religious freedom to require her to get a driver’s license because — wait for it — the license is the Mark of the Beast mentioned in that terrible acid trip recorded by someone named John in the book of Revelation.
The local woman said she believes our government is using a similar facial recognition system.
She said it’s already being implemented with high-resolution pictures and measurements taken when you get your driver’s license picture and provide your fingerprint.
Norman resident Kaye Beach remembers the day she first realized this when asked to submit her fingerprint.
She said, “’Do I have to do this,’ and they said, ‘Or you can’t have the driver’s license.’”
That was in the mid-2000s.
She complied but spent the next several years researching what she said she believes is the beginning stages of the mark of the beast.
I love the use of the word “researching” in that sentence. How exactly does one “research” something like that?
She now has no valid driver’s license, a small sacrifice she says to uphold her religious freedoms.
Then why are you suing? Can you say motion to dismiss? I knew that you could.
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