New York plans to pass a new bill on January 6, 2022, to detain individuals as “health risks.”
Within the bill, multiple sections must be broken down and detailed.
New York bill A.416, section 2, number 3 states, “A person or group removed or detained by order of the governor or his or her delegee pursuant to subdivision two of this section shall be detained for such a period and in such manner as the department may direct in accordance with this section.”
Clause ‘B’ states, “A suspected case or carrier shall not continue to be detained after the Department determines that such person is not infected with or has not been exposed to such a disease.”
The bill was issued with the underscores of “community support” towards issuing single orders to individuals by stating, “identifying such persons either by name or by a reasonably specific description of the individuals or group being detained. Such person or group of persons shall be detained in a medical facility or other appropriate facility or premises.”
It gives the general public clear guidelines similar to those in Nazi Germany in the 1940s to turn in your neighbor if they don’t comply. If your neighbor hasn’t received the “jab,” they are now a “health risk” and must be detained.
New York has reached a state of dismay where it is comply or be detained. With the radicalization already in New York, it is only a matter of time before it starts to look like another version of Germany.
The bill plans to be voted on on January 5 of 2022. If passed in the Senate, it will be delivered to the governor to sign Assembly Bill A416.
When someone is asked, “If you were in Germany in the 40s, what would you do?” Their answer isn’t what they would do. It’s what they are currently doing when they see something like this happen. Do you watch as it happens? Blame someone else? Or do you speak up and not comply?