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At what point, whether you are pro or anti-vax, do you begin to see the insanity in all of this and stand up against government overreach?

New York State Assembly Advancing Legislation to Create Involuntary COVID Quarantine Camps

 

Admittedly, it takes quite a bit to raise my blood pressure, but this is one of those real-world issues that does it.  There are a lot of really good people in upstate New York and outside the boundaries of that crazy city they are best known for.  The New York state assembly passing a bill [A416 LINK HERE] to set up involuntary COVID quarantine camps needs to be stopped right now.  This is nuts.

The bill is obtuse in the extreme, and grants the state permission to remove and detain someone defined as “a significant threat to public health.”  Those of you who have watched the creation of Quarantine Camps in Australia, and those who noted the ongoing activity in Australia seems designed to be a beta test for the USA, will quickly see the common thread with this proposal in New York.

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The bill, A416, was originally introduced in January 2021 and made its way into committee.  According to The National Pulse, New York is about to vote on this bill on the floor on January 5, 2022 (about three weeks away).  You can provide feedback directly at the public link to the proposal [SEE HERE]

I am a firm believer in federalism, and the independent right of states to construct their own laws and choices.  However, that said, it is also important for everyone to stand up for our brothers and sisters, regardless of their location behind enemy lines, and assist them in the fight to retain their own freedom when possible.


Good grief, is there anything more anti-freedom than arbitrary power given to a governor and state bureaucracy that will enable the state to force people into detention camps.

The bill also says the government can, “require an individual who has been exposed to or infected by a contagious disease to complete an appropriate, prescribed course of treatment, preventive medication or vaccination.”  That seems like this bill gives the state the right to detain anyone they want and forcibly vaccinate them.

It seems unfathomable that New York citizens would grant the government this much power over their lives.  However, given what we are witnessing in Australia, New Zealand and parts of Europe, our confidence that this New York legislative effort will not succeed is considerably less than it was a year ago.

Sunlight is the best disinfectant.

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Just now, Nuke said:

And makes perfect sense to liberals for some reason 

Of course it makes sense.  The plan is to bring in as many illegals as possible and then give them amnesty.  Dems assume illegals will vote democrat after they get their citizenship.  They want perpetual power.  :niterider:

 

 

 

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27 minutes ago, Woody said:

Of course it makes sense.  The plan is to bring in as many illegals as possible and then give them amnesty.  Dems assume illegals will vote democrat after they get their citizenship.  They want perpetual power.  :niterider:

I know why the Democrat politicians are doing it. NYC is already letting immigrants vote in local elections. But, for the average liberal leaning non politician, you should be like “wait a minute, something’s not making sense here.” But, no Jen Psaki said it’s because of “ blah, blah, blah” Well there you go all explained. 

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Good News.  :niterider:

New York Lawmaker Pulls Public Health Detainment Bill, Blames ‘Conspiracy Theorists’

 

A New York lawmaker has taken down a 6-year-old bill that would authorize the state to detain infected individuals and their contacts deemed a threat to public health during a pandemic, blaming “conspiracy theorists” of spreading misinformation about his proposal.

The bill in question, known as A416, was first introduced by Assemblyman Nick Perry in 2015, nearly a year after the nationwide panic over a potential outbreak of Ebola in the United States. The Brooklyn Democrat said the measure was prompted by an incident in which a nurse refused to be placed in quarantine after returning from West Africa, where she’d helped treat Ebola patients.

Like many other bills, A416 had been reintroduced year after year and died in committee. The latest version of the bill would allow the state governor, by “issuing a single order,” to “order the removal or detention” of any person or group of people deemed to be a suspected case, contact, or carrier of a contagious disease and poses “an imminent and significant threat to the public health in severe morbidity or high mortality.”

“Such person or group of persons shall be detained in a medical facility or other appropriate facility or premises designated by the governor or his or her delegate,” it reads.

The bill, which received little public attention over the past years, became a center of controversy when Perry once again put it up for the 2021-2022 legislative session amid the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic. Opponents of the measure argued that it would allow then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo to build internment camps for New Yorkers who refuse to comply with his public health policies.

“This is straight up detention camp stuff in NY! A bill giving [Gov. Andrew Cuomo], Health Commissioner or any designated official full power to remove any person/group of people from their home if deemed contagious,” Elizabeth Joy, a Republican candidate running against Rep. Paul Tonko, wrote in January. “It’s horrifying.”

Facing mounting opposition, Perry on Monday announced he no longer seeks to advance the bill, which he said was misinterpreted by “conspiracy theorists” and internet trolls.

“Conspiracy theorists, and those who spread misinformation online are once again trolling on social media, posting concocted stories about A416,” he wrote in a statement on Dec. 20. “To deprive these individuals the ability to use this issue for fuel to spread their fire of lies and mistruths, I will take the appropriate legislative action to strike the bill, remove it from the calendar, thus ending all consideration and actions that could lead to passage into law,” he said. “Get vaccinated and stay safe.”

Republican Assemb. Joe Angelino was among the opposing lawmakers who celebrated the withdrawal. He dismissed Perry’s claim, saying that there was no “misinformation” around the bill since everyone could read online what the bill was actually about.

“The sponsor of A416 is saying we were spreading ‘misinformation,’ calling us ‘conspiracy theorists’ who were ‘concocting stories’ causing him to pull his Bill. I’m pretty sure we all can read and his intent was to haul people away for the good of all,” Angelino wrote on Facebook.

“This is reminiscent of what happened in WW2 when someone thought it was a good idea to send Americans of Japanese descent to ‘camps’ for the duration of the war,” he said, referring to President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s order to relocate Japanese Americans to interment camps following the Pearl Harbor attack.

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1 hour ago, Woody said:

Good News.  :niterider:

I personally wrote all of my state Senators and Assemblymen about this. Seems like many, many other people did as well but the work isn't done... they have a slew of other unconstitutional bills on tap for next year.

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On 12/19/2021 at 1:51 PM, Crinoline said:

And yet our borders are wide open.

We should just make a Border Mask Mandate, all the unmasked illegals won’t be able to come in. That should help.

 

of course, Schumer and Pelosi will stand on the border passing out masks, but at least they won’t be aggravating us for a while.

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1 hour ago, SackMan518 said:

I personally wrote all of my state Senators and Assemblymen about this. Seems like many, many other people did as well but the work isn't done... they have a slew of other unconstitutional bills on tap for next year.

That'll be the norm for awhile.  New York is going full blown commie.  They need another republican revolution like they had in the 90's.  :niterider:

 

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On 12/19/2021 at 4:47 PM, Woody said:

Of course it makes sense.  The plan is to bring in as many illegals as possible and then give them amnesty.  Dems assume illegals will vote democrat after they get their citizenship.  They want perpetual power.  :niterider:

That's basically it.  Bottom line.  Anyone claiming otherwise is lying.

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