In a blatant attempt to subjugate it’s residents, the state of Washington plans to amend a law that would allow people to be essentially locked in quarantine camps indefinitely, if they break from the state’s strict covid vaccine mandates.
The amendment will be the existing covid protocol, which falls under the Communicable and Certain Other Diseases Act – WAC 246-100-040.
Interestingly, this was certified on October 25 2019 – months before the wu-flu pandemic started.
The amendment outlines “procedures for isolation or quarantine” giving local health officers permission at “his other sole discretion” to “issue an emergency detention order causing a person or group of persons to be immediately detained for purposes of isolation or quarantine.”
Also, this would allow public health officials to seek assistance from law enforcement, if someone refuses to take the jab.
WAC-246-100-040 states that “a local health officer may invoke the powers of police officers, sheriffs, constables, and all other officers and employees of any political subdivisions within the jurisdiction of the health department to enforce immediately orders given to effectuate the purposes of this section in accordance with the provisions of RCW 43.20.050(4) and 70.05.120.”
Under this “emergency detention order” any individual they feel is non-compliant, can be detained “for a period not exceeding 10 days.”
The Governor, Jay Inslee (D) has been busily trying to hire staff for “strike teams”, who would run the quarantine camps.
New York is attempting similar legislation, and they have also left the possibility of indefinite detainment wide open. The bill allows Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) to detain anyone she considers to be a public health threat.
The bill, called A.416, would “allow the governor or the appropriate health official to order the removal and detention of any person afflicted with a communicable disease in the event that there is a state of health emergency declared by the governor in relation to such disease.”
“[A]ny person or group removed or detained by order of the governor or his or her delegate shall be detained for as long as the department may direct,” the proposed bill states.
On January 12, the Washington State Board of Health is holding a virtual public meeting to discuss the application of W 246-100-040.
Washington-based Physician Assistant, Scott Miller, who ran a private pediatric clinic, suddenly lost his medical license when it was discovered he was using Ivermectin and other effective treatments to treat over two thousand critically ill covid patients.
Miller stated in an exclusive interview with The Gateway Pundit that:
“I was up at 5:30 this morning. I got a call from a woman in Ohio whose husband is day eight [Covid-infected] just crying asking me, ‘Can you please help, we are desperate.’ It is devastating knowing that I could have easily treated him as I had hundreds of people outside of Washington prior to the emergency suspension of my license for prescribing life-saving therapeutics,” Miller said. “I can no longer actively help those families in need and it breaks my heart.”
It’s becoming increasingly clear that this is not about people’s health and everything to do with control. If this was really about helping people, health officials would be advocating effective treatments, instead of pushing a deadly experimental vax that doesn’t work.
In Scotland, a prominent newspaper has also floated the idea of putting those who refuse to be vaccinated into internment camps.