How To Put Americans Into Concentration Camps

Posted by Michael J. PENNEY on

THIS WAS FILED ON JANURAY 6TH -- COINCIDENCE?

It is our responsibility as Americans to prevent all forms of tyranny in any manner. If something like this CONCENTRATION CAMP BILL were to ever pass, it would be the first of many states.

This bill will allow "THE GOVERNOR OR HIS OR HER DELEGEE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE COMMISSIONER OR THE HEADS OF LOCAL HEALTH DEPARTMENTS, MAY ORDER THE REMOVAL AND/OR DETENTION OF SUCH A PERSON OR OF A GROUP OF SUCH PERSONS BY ISSUING A SINGLE ORDER, 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 DESIGNATED BY THE GOVERNOR OR HIS OR HER DELEGEE AND COMPLYING WITH SUBDIVISION FIVE OF THIS SECTION."

READ THE FULL BILL HERE: 

Assembly Bill A416

 

Below is the first page of the text, which I have highlighted.

 

 

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3 comments

  • The Supreme Court offered another similarly commonsense axiom in its 1803 decision in Marbury v. Madison. “All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution,” wrote Chief Justice John Marshall, “are null and void.” Laws are not constitutional simply because Congress passed them. If shown to be inconsistent with the Constitution, those laws are no longer followed. Thomas applies the same basic principle to the Supreme Court’s precedents.

    Unjust Law Is No Law at All

    Cj on
  • The Supreme Court offered another similarly commonsense axiom in its 1803 decision in Marbury v. Madison. “All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution,” wrote Chief Justice John Marshall, “are null and void.” Laws are not constitutional simply because Congress passed them. If shown to be inconsistent with the Constitution, those laws are no longer followed. Thomas applies the same basic principle to the Supreme Court’s precedents.

    Unjust Law Is No Law at All

    Cj on
  • Evil intents.

    marie eger on

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