New York legislators are currently preparing to vote on a bill, that will essentially allow authorities to indefinitely detain citizens who refuse to take the experimental gene therapy and/or have the virus.
This also includes their contacts and anyone who presents a “significant threat to public health.”
Bill A416 will strip those in the state of their medical freedom, clearly unconstitutional, taking away their rights to refuse medical treatment and vaccinations.
The Governor of New York will wield this ultimate power, along with his or her delegates, the commissioner and heads of local health departments.
They will be able to remove and detain anyone through a single order. The language used within the bill is not at all specific and it seems purposely done to allow the department to set up whatever facility they see fit.
The bill itself states that someone can not be held longer than 60 days, but this can be extended in court by an additional 90 days if they want to.
According to the bill, the mandate will “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,”
The bill will included in the agenda for the next assembly which is scheduled for Jan. 5 2022.
The ratification of this bill will see similar executive powers like those in Australia, where citizens are being forced into quarantine camps. Even if they test negative for the virus.
Democrat Rep for Manhattan’s Upper West Side Linda Rosenthal, introduced Assembly Bill A11179 a mandate proposal that would force vaccinations if residents didn’t get it voluntarily.
According to the bill, the state would require to “safely and effectively” distribute a Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved vaccine “in accordance with the department [of health]’s COVID-19 vaccination administration program.”
“While steps have been taken to reduce the spread of COVID-19, epidemiologists and public health experts have concluded that a vaccine will be necessary to develop herd immunity and ultimately stop the spread of the disease,” according to the bill’s support memo.
“The State must make efforts to promote vaccination and ensure that a high enough percentage of the population is vaccinated against COVID-19 to develop sufficient immunity.”
If the bill passes successfully, vaccines can be mandated to whoever it feels is able to receive it if the department feels that immunity in the community is too low, that number would be anywhere below 70% of the population.
“Then the state Department of Health would have the ability to say that more people have to get it,” Rosenthal added. “And they would set the rules and they would set the structure.”
All this trouble over a vaccine that doesn’t stop the virus it’s touted to save you from.
What evidence there is, however, points to the vaccines causing a plethora of adverse reactions, some extremely serious, resulting in death.
New York seems set to move into an even deeper totalitarian nightmare, and the passing of this bill, which is highly likely, will see an even wider divide grow between those who have been vaxxed and those who have not.