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Jan 01 2021

Zoox: The Moonbatmobile of Our Volition-Free Future

How will people get around after Democrats have regulated normal cars out of existence? New York magazine wants us to resort to autonomous vehicles controlled by Amazon subsidiary Zoox.

A goofy-looking Zoox minibus seats four. Here’s what’s great about it, besides being electric and not owned by you:

Zoox also doesn’t have a steering wheel. There is no way for a human driver to override its navigation. That’s actually the goal for safety experts: to achieve what’s called “level 5,” or fully autonomous travel, in vehicles with no opportunity for physical human intervention that are limited to 25 miles per hour or less.

The eradication of individual volition is also the goal of social engineers.

On a tip from Lyle.


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