As you well know, liberal government leaders and “health experts” such as Dr. Anthony Fauci have been spouting off such ridiculous notions as mask-wearing and even double mask-wearing after being vaccinated. But as nonsensical as all that may be, it’s not the craziest thing I’ve heard as of late.

Enter Washinton State’s Governo Jay Inslee and his liberal staff.

Here in the Evergreen State, as you can imagine, with their progressive leadership, most businesses and companies are not opened completely backup. And that is certainly the case for large venues such as sporting arenas and churches.

But now, the governor has just made provisions for “vaccinated only” sections to be created in these locations, whether indoor or outdoor.

And no, I’m not kidding.

While it might be frowned upon to segregate populations or crowds by race, it apparently isn’t to do so based on recent health decisions.

According to Inslee’s recent advisory, “Outdoor facilities may add vaccinated sections until their total capacity is 50% maximum or 22,000 people, whichever is lower, inclusive of both vaccinated and unvaccinated sections.”

And for indoor venues, they may add “vaccinated sections until their total capacity is 50% maximum, or maximum 2000 people, whichever is lower.”

However, to get into these sections, venue visitors must be able to prove that they have been fully vaccinated and no, “self-reported vaccination records that are not verified by a health care provider cannot be accepted.”

Per Inslee’s new rules, these are the only acceptable forms of full vaccination proof:

Sound’s a bit strict, huh?

Well, that’s not the worst of it…

When we switch to talking about churches, which are typically indoors, the rules become even more ridiculous.

Firstly, it is noted that just as with sports arenas and such, “acceptable proof” of vaccinations is required to be allowed to sit in the “vaccinated only” sections. And to make sure no one gets in that isn’t allowed, “vaccination verifiers” need to be designated to check everyone’s vaccine records and/or proof of a recent negative COVID test.

Why would you need a negative COVID test? Well, this is primarily for children between the ages of 2 and 15, as most have not become eligible to receive a vaccine yet. What’s more is that the negative test must have been taken within 72 hours of being admitted into the church, synagogue, or mosque. The same rule for children applies to sporting venues as well.

But, wait, there’s more.

In addition to needing proof of vaccinations to be allowed into these sections, both churchgoers and sports fans must also wear a face mask during the entire time in that venue, unless they are eating and drinking, of course.

Yep, that’s right. Even if you’re fully vaccinated and have proof of it, you still have to act like you aren’t, no matter your age.

Naturally, another stipulation makes visiting the “vaccinated only” section or even stopping by it to chat with someone really quickly not allowed.

Ummm, can we say COVID Nazis?

I mean, seriously. With all these rules, who in their right mind would even want to sit in the vaccinated only section anyway? If you’re vaccinated and clearly wearing a mask, why would you be worried about getting COVID anyway?

Suffice it say that none of it makes sense – not in the least.

Meanwhile, the same liberals who are behind rules like this think it’s racist, evil, and flat-out wrong to make anyone, much less a person of minority descent, provide an ID when entering the voting polls.

Tell me how that’s even remotely a credible argument? In Washington, you know how to provide complete medical records showing proof of your recent vaccine. And yet, when it comes to deciding our state and national leaders, any Joe Shmo can just walk in and have their voice count, regardless of citizenship, criminal status, etc.

No wonder I have a hard time believing anything they say…