Tennessee Police Arrest Citizen Who Escaped Forced COVID-19 Detention Camp…

Comrades, some readers might not be aware the Ministry of COVID compliance has set up quarantine camps, detention facilities in various areas.  Formerly free citizens who test positive for COVID-19 are forcibly taken to the quarantine camps and held under guard.

Last week one of the non-compliant captives demanded his freedom; he climbed the fence and escaped detention.  After a manhunt in Tennessee the subversive citizen was recaptured, arrested and brought back to the detention facility….  Alarmed yet?

TENNESSEE – A coronavirus patient was arrested Thursday after prosecutors said he jumped a fence and fled the Nashville Fairgrounds, where health officials are using enforceable quarantines in an attempt to control an outbreak at an emergency homeless shelter.

This appears to be the first case in Nashville of police making an arrest to enforce coronavirus restrictions enacted by the local government.

[…] According to an arrest affidavit, a 39-year-old man was taken to the Nashville Fairgrounds on Monday and placed under quarantine by the Metro Nashville Public Health Department because he tested positive for the coronavirus.

Health officials told the man he could not leave until he was cleared, but on Thursday he jumped a fence and headed north on Nolensville Road, the affidavit states. He was stopped and arrested by Metro Nashville Parks police by a city cemetery nearly two miles from where he had been quarantined. Metro Parks has charged the man with a single count of escape from a penal institution. (read more)

As you can see from this example, the Tennessee Ministry of COVID Compliance cares about the health of its compliant citizens.  Authorities empowered by the Ministry will actively hunt down subversive citizens and forcibly detain them in the ongoing effort to build a new society where compliance will always provide the security you seek.

If wrong-thoughts or requests for arbitrary freedom continue to be expressed, it may become necessary for the Ministry to take enhanced enforcement action.  Please do not put the Ministry in the position of having to make such decisions. Compliance is in your best interest and re-education facilities are costly to maintain.

Relax comrades, the Ministry is sensitive to your previous rights as we initiate our new, safer, society.  The COVID Compliance Ministry appreciates good citizens who voluntarily participate in the rules of our new society. We will continue to reward good citizenship status with enhanced tax credits and social benefits allowing greater access to a safe COVID Compliant Society. A safer society; where the odds will always be in our favor.

A rogue citizen could put a compliant society at risk of infection. They may not just carry biologics they could carry a more alarming virus of wrong-thought against the interests of the state. Rogue citizens would be subversive to our new society.

Social Distancing or House Arrest…. Details, comrades,… details.

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560 Responses to Tennessee Police Arrest Citizen Who Escaped Forced COVID-19 Detention Camp…

  1. Right Mover says:

    Just wait ’til contact tracing reaches a critical mass.

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    • helix35 says:

      Truly shocking how quickly and effortlessly the state devolves into fascism under the pretext of “public safety”.

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      • NvMtnOldMan says:

        helix3–it started with FDR in WWII Another dimocrat induced crisis.

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        • F.D.R. in Hell says:

          Hells Bells, it started with The New Deal in March 9, 1933 with my signing of the Emergency Banking Relief Act. Give a guy full credit! 👿

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          • F.D.R. in Hell says:

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            • SSI01 says:

              I may be wrong in my figuring, and quite possibly am, but I’ll ask anyway – depending on the current domestic or international situation, we are periodically bombarded on cable, radio, and on the internet about the advisability of buying and stockpiling gold for use in bartering for when the entire economy collapses.

              Obviously individuals have in the past had to turn in to the government their privately-held gold in the form of currency (see above). Gold has since been sold to the general public in the form of small ingots, etc, and not as currency which I suppose conforms to the letter and intent of current Federal regulations and law. The companies selling that gold to the public have to keep records of these sales since they would otherwise have no documentary proof of their income. What’s to stop the government from in the future using those records to contact each owner of the gold they’ve bought to demand, as did FDR, it be turned in to the government in return for paper money? If that sounds outlandish to some – I never thought I’d be seeing state governments confining citizens in full possession of their faculties, and with obvious means of support, into state confinement against their will, and without due process of law either – yet it’s happening.

              Is this possible?.

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              • F.D.R. in Hell says:

                It’s possible and highly likely as a last resort by authorities to confiscate gold.
                Firearms sales records could also become the focus of government interest.

                Some folks hold gold as a means of barter. However, one-tenth of an ounce of gold coins is really the only convenient form of trade for food and materials.
                If you want to trade an ounce of gold ($1,700) for a loaf of bread ($3.00), you’re not likely to get $1,697 back in change. Even $170 is a high price for a loaf of bread.

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              • James Madison says:

                Dealer record requirements all changed around 2013, I think the magic # there is 10k in a single, or multiple, transaction. Before that the records were looser.

                American Eagles don’t need to be reported to the IRS, some coin sales don’t need to be reported if under a certain # of coins; after all, gold is money in coinage form.

                https://www.jmbullion.com/investing-guide/taxes-reporting-iras/1099b-forms/

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      • muckeyduck says:

        “Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron’s cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.”

        ― C. S. Lewis

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      • YeahYouRight says:

        “escape from a penal institution?!?!”

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      • unclezip says:

        Hitler started his little adventure with the promise “It’s for your own good”.

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    • thegoldman says:

      Just leave your phone home…

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      • Henry Oxley says:

        They get you on plate readers, easy pass., etc….

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      • YeahYouRight says:

        Nope. More complicated than leaving your transponder at home! In New Orleans, the fascist plan is to require valid ID for admittance to businesses, where a list must be kept. If anyone pops positive, “officials” retrace steps and everyone on those lists is forced to quarantine for at least two weeks. Science and technology free!

        Immediate consequences…First, all comerce moves to closely neighboring areas, and Second, nobody will get tested voluntarily.

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    • old white guy says:

      Mark of the beast. Will you refuse it?

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    • 24may98 says:

      Just waiting until fair-ground confinement is seen as concentration camps, and nursing homes as death camps. Both for the “Despicables” that they loathe and wish eliminated by contrived confinements.

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    • Luke Etyrnal says:

      You mean the Depopulation Lottery?

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  2. The serial killer has blood on his hands and zero remorse.
    Please, President Trump, SAVE US.
    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/05/stayathome_serial_killer_andrew_cuomo.html

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  3. Raven says:

    Here in Minnesotastan I learned a few days ago that many health care professionals are being laid-off. How can they be my “Hero” if they are sitting at home wondering when they’ll go back to work again?

    And a friend of mine, who is very high on the medical ‘food chain’ ladder (very high, which is why I’m not even mentioning their sex), told me the hospitals they visit are empty. Empty.

    They also said that although they are still working and on-call 24/7, they WERE REQUIRED to take a CUT IN PAY during this hoax; aka pandemic.

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    • republicanvet91 says:

      I am starting to wonder if this is an intentional way of driving any health care institution to bankruptcy.

      Of course, single payer would then have to be ushered in by our overlords to save us.

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    • PatriotKate says:

      My SIL is a Nurse Practitioner and was furloughed from Wake Forest University Baptist Medical. She said it’s an unpaid one week “vacation” per month for at least the next 16 months. That’s a 25% pay cut.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      This is a perfect example of how the inherent contradictions associated with centralized planning always end up creating greater problems than they were supposed to solve. Just as Soviet central planning could grow potatoes, they were left to rot in the field because the vaunted communist planning system could never coordinate enough transport to bring them to market. Is it any great surprise that we’re still operating on policy guidelines that were created in expectation of there being 2-3 million deaths from the Wuhan virus? Those policies are still in place long after ththat estimation was shown to be bogus. This is what a progressive-fascist future looks like.

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  4. redtreesquirrel says:

    Where is the President in all this? I know many of us would like to hear from him. Including Intellectual Froglegs writer/producer, Joe Dan Gorman.
    https://intellectualfroglegs.com/dear-potus/

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    • Magabear says:

      That was great!

      He’ll be denounced as a heretic though by some now. Oh well, truth has to be told.

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    • Can someone help distinguish these ideas:
      1. We are all in this together, but some of us are more essential than others, and
      2. We are all equal, but some of us are more equal than others?

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    • I have had VSJPDJT’s back for years as readers of my posts here well know. I have been an unapologetic supporter of my former neighbor since “Escalator Day” and still warmly recall his amazing victory over Evil that wonderful November night.

      That being said I wish my President would take the podium and say;

      “My fellow Americans I have relied on experts who failed to communicate the whole truth about this so-called Pandemic. Back then I had little more than theories and models by experts to rely on. I made the decision to do all I could to protect Americans from what looked then like a true national emergency. As time went on I have seen and digested real data from trusted boots-on-the ground sources. As that data came on it became more and more clear to me that I, we have been skillfully deceived.

      Therefore I urge Americans to go back to living your lives. Get to work. Take calculated risks, dare to be great, stand up in strength and refuse to be cowered by fear. Add to your boldness common sense. Wash your hands. Don’t touch your face. Avoid obvious health hazards. Use the good sense God gave you to make your lives better by industry, thrift and most of all with integrity.

      Moreover, may God bless you and God Bless America”

      – President Donald J. Trump

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      • Contrarymary says:

        That is fantastic, word for word. On top of that, he should make it an executive order to flood the supply chain with the hydrochloroqione-zpak-zinc. He gave it to the states, but the states with help from the cdc and fda have been able to put a chokehold on its use by your local doctors. Supposedly, you have to be admitted to the hospital before you can have access. I called my county health dept to ask questions about the availability of hydrchloroquine and they said “what’s that?” Liberal politicians, and that includes cdc and fda, want to to go away or fail.

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  5. Magabear says:

    So Fox is touting a poll (not sure who’s poll) that 68% of the nation thinks restrictions are being lifted too soon. While I think the poll is likely BS, if the question is “would you be against lifting restrictions too soon if it led to more WhuFlu deaths”, you’d get the 68% number.

    Regardless, as long as demonrats and RINO’s can tout polls like this, the lockdowns will continue and quarentine centers will be in vouge.

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  6. Rodney Plonker says:

    I’m of mixed minds here. How would you propose we quarantine Infected homeless people who will go back into the community and transmit the virus? I heard that this was one of the problems in Gallup, NM. The Alcoholic homeless were diagnosed with covid but would not stay in the hotel that had be set up to quarantine them. They went back to the Indian reservations causing an outbreak.

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    • F.D.R. in Hell says:

      It will become crystal clear in your mind when Contact Tracking points to you, and you’re removed from your domicile, and taken to a Quarantine Center. Good luck.

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    • 🐨 says:

      Was he given due process in a court of law before they quarantined him? If not, it is unconstitutional. The police are criminals and so is the health department.

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    • crikey9 says:

      Your first mistake is believing you need to quarantine anybody and that you must quarantine THEM to protect you. How easy you have accepted their premise that quarantine has saved anybody…quarantine has made a 2nd wave a foregone conclusion

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    • jello333 says:

      Infected with WHAT?! Show me one legit, honest, provable statistical analysis that justifies what we’re doing… that proves that THIS virus is any more dangerous than a dozen others. THIS. AIN’T. THE. BUBONIC. PLAGUE!!!

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    • Contrarymary says:

      It is a quandary. I remember my mom telling me of an aunt, in the thirties, who was picked up off the street by the health dept in Minneapolis because she had gonorhea. She had to tell them who she had been with and they would pick them up. They were kept until they were cured. Then fast forward to the age of politically correct aids. A surgeon told me he wasn’t even allowed to ask or test for aids before doing surgery. He was told to treat everyone as if they had it. Now they can pass it around with no repercussions
      Now if we were all able to go to our doctor and get our hydrochloroquine, zpak and zinc, we’d be ok, but the cdc and fda have put a chokehold on it.

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  7. David Swineford says:

    It’s time for POTUS to declare Marshall Law. Restrict the
    state and local governments from infringing on their constitutional rights.

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    • Missy says:

      The Constitution does say that the federal gov’t shall guarantee to every state a republican form of gov’t. Guarantee. None of this schitt is “republican”.

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  8. F.D.R. in Hell says:

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  9. Whistling_Past says:

    Liberty, going…
    Constitution, going…
    Country, going…
    American patriots’ helpless handwringing continues…

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  10. 6079 Smith W says:

    COVID-1984 : Vaccines, the Plandemic Bioweapon of Tony Fauci and Bill Gates

    • Cellular and molecular biologist Judy Mikovits, Ph.D. believes COVID-19 — the disease — is not caused by SARS-CoV-2 alone, but rather that it’s the result of a combination of SARS-CoV-2 and XMRVs (human gammaRETROviruses).
    • SARS-CoV-2 has likely been manipulated to include components of HIV that destroys immune function along with XMRVs.
    • People previously (unknowingly) infected with XMRVs (retroviruses) via knowingly dirty vaccines end up getting serious COVID-19 infections and/or die from the disease.
    • Mikovits’s research suggests more than 30 million Americans carry XMRVs and other gammaretroviruses in their bodies from contaminated vaccines and blood supply.
    • Mikovits believes 40+ years of data suggest Type 1 interferon at very low dose would be an ideal treatment for COVID-19.
    • RT-PCR (reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction) testing, currently used to diagnose active infection by detecting the presence of SARS-CoV-2 genetic material, OVERestimates infection rates. For an accurate account of COVID-19 prevalence, we need to test for ACTUAL ANTIBODIES to SARS-CoV-2.
    • What we’re facing here is a set of diseases, caused by vaccines (previously administered to millions of Americans), into which a genetically modified flu virus acts as a trigger that (based upon the individual’s prior vaccination history) manifests in the varieties of disease states that is seen in the presenting sick patient.
    • The 50+ year separation from the vaccines administered to the later introduction of the trigger appears to be one of the reasons why this has caught the medical establishment flat-footed.

    Plandemic: the Global Plan to Take Control of our Lives, Liberty, Health and Freedom
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/SqkfVxOLBCnO/
    Bill Gates’ Plan to Vaccinate the World

    Dr. Rashid Buttar and Dr. Judy Mikovits Discuss Covid Fraud

    Interview with Dr. Judy Mikovitz, PhD, 11-22-2015

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    • guest4ever says:

      Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

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    • Missy says:

      I would encourage anybody with an investigative eye to research this closely. According to my research, Mikovits wrote a research paper which was published in Science magazine, but later retracted, when her results could not be verified or duplicated by six double-blind, independent labs (including her own, with different researchers). There were also some serious discrepancies between the figures on her oral presentations of the paper, and written one, which were never resolved.

      She also was fired by the lab for theft of research material. The jail time she spent was to protect against alteration, theft, or sale of the research materials. I am still doing more research, but there is also PhD virologist who worked as a PhD candidate, on this very same project with Mikovits, and later withdrew herself from participation in the project, because of the irregularities she witnessed. She wanted to protect her reputation. She is open to questions about this, if people are interested.

      Dr. Mikovits is an engaging, sympathetic character, and I have no desire to cast aspersions on her, but her assertions are serious, and should be thoroughly researched. The thing that I found most troubling was the fact that not one of six independent, double-blind studies of her results could be duplicated or verified. Big red warning flag.

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  11. Fools Gold says:

    The Nashville mayor is Democrat. He’s bilingual apparently. His Democrat brother is a Democrat in the U.S house and votes lock step with the stretched face witch Nancy. Any questions?

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    • Jennifer Verner says:

      I’m no fan of Cooper, but this is nonsense. I live with these homeless addicts drunks felons and psychotics every day downtown. Sorry but I don’t want some Corona positiveI jerk pissing on my sidewalk, or puking in the alley when I walk my dogs, or coughing all over me when I go to buy milk just because he wants a hit of meth and doesn’t like the rules in the shelter. We are talking about a highly contagious communicable disease. If you test positive for TB and refuse to take your medicine, or end up with G C and are reported to the health department, they will haul you in for treatment. This is no different. Key word POSITIVE.

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    • Contrarymary says:

      Fools gold, this reminds me of IG Horowitz, after Michael Atkinson was fired, putting out his infamous letter, Whitch I took to be a threat to the Trump admin., that they would be be stringently looking over the agencies and the money spent.

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  12. unconqueredone says:

    We’ve fallen prey to using Their language: Contain, “social distancing”, etc.
    Can you contain the wind? Ever smell cigar smoke driving down the highway at 55mph? You’re smelling cigar BREATH at 77 feet per second! Do you really think 6 feet of “social distance” will contain a virus?
    Ugh.

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    • F.D.R. in Hell says:

      Hey, it’s not nice to give away a magician’s secrets…
      “The Fabulous Fauci and His Beautiful Assistant Birxy” will be disappointed to hear the CTH readers have been revealing all their tricks. 👿

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    • LookUp says:

      It’s not social distancing. It’s PHYSICAL DISTANCING. And, no, it doesn’t work. What moron made that one up?

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  13. Jennifer Verner says:

    I live in Nashville. The guy probably left because he couldn’t smoke meth. The homeless have turned downtown Nashville into a septic tank. Sorry, I live Downtown and I have no sympathy. None.

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    • Vicus says:

      Comment deleted by Admin…

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      • Jennifer Verner says:

        Hey pin head. Did you not catch the part that said he was POSITIVE for Corona Virus? The health department has a legal right to order people with highly contagious communicable diseases into quarantine. Our state has been VERY prudent in respecting people’s rights.

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        • Patchman2076 says:

          What drug addict hurt you so bad in life?

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        • mary says:

          Agree to disagree, Jennifer. The governor of your state, let alone the “Health Department of your state” does not trump the Constitution, which is the Supreme Law of the Land. Same as in other states. Some of these tyrannical governors have already had their “orders” reversed by prudent judges who see these abuses in the name of public health and hysterical despots.

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        • jello333 says:

          “The health department has a legal right to order people with highly contagious communicable diseases into quarantine.”

          You mean like the common cold? Like the normal, seasonal flu? Both of those and many others are “highly contagious” and “communicable”. PROVE to me that this “new” virus is a lot more dangerous and deadly than others, that we’re looking at the Andromeda Strain… THEN we’ll talk.

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        • notjoe says:

          Pay attention Jennifer—The government does NOT have the authority to quarantine HEALTHY people. NEVER in medical history have we quarantined HEALTHY people

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  14. Bea says:

    While this doesn’t make it much better, it shines a light on the entire story. He was homeless and they were trying to contain an outbreak. https://www.tennessean.com/story/news/local/2020/05/08/coronavirus-patient-arrested-after-leaving-nashville-quarantine/3098005001/

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    • Leaving says:

      Doesn’t matter. Was he given due process before being “detained”/”locked up”/”forcably put in a location”?

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      • iswhatitis says:

        Exactly.

        AND…

        By the same “authority” that allowed the government to classify “homelessness” as a legitimate reason to forcibly detain a person without due process; they also have the same authority to come up with new “classifications”.

        Examples:

        * Multiple persons living under one roof in a domicile that has only one bathroom, or just one bedroom. Forcible detaining permitted.

        * Carpoolers. Contact Tracers learn that you carpooled with someone in their “trace chain”. Forcible detaining permitted.

        Use your imagination (they do). They can “classify” anyone with their “liberal logic”.

        All for you own good, of course!

        Queue-up the trains to the gulags. They won’t call them that (liberals live on euphemisms), but that’s what they will be.

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      • Jennifer Verner says:

        What due process do you feel is appropriate? I’m sure the physicians who treated and tested him told him that he would have to self quarantine until he tested negative. Now where would he do that? Not in the shelters to infect other vulnerable people. Ditto homeless encampments. Health Departments have a legal right to quarantine people with communicable diseases. Go look it up. He refused to comply, and since we KNOW he was positive, risked infecting others. That’s not exactly like the Gov of Michigan telling people they can’t buy grass seed or paint.

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        • Alligator Gar says:

          He is charged with escaping a PENAL institution, Jenny, dear. Nowhere in the story does it say that he was charged by police with a crime, had the DA file an information on him, etc. Nowhere in the story does it say that he was arraigned, given a speedy criminal trial per the Constitution, convicted and sentenced to penal detention.

          Jenny, darling, it is unconstitutional to charge people with a crime that doesn’t exist….no matter how SKEERED you may be of the big bad Certificate Of Vaccine ID-19. Your fear does not trump the Constitution. Period.

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      • SSI01 says:

        You are under arrest when your freedom of movement is significantly curtailed against your will, or made nonexistent. This state of arrest exists whether you are stymied by a law enforcement officer, or a civilian of any state of life (John Q. Public or an employee of the state/local department of health – which does not normally have arrest powers that I’m aware of). Hence the term “false arrest.” I’m not aware of any exemption to the commonly-held belief you can only be arrested for a known or suspected violation of “codified law” – that is, a law that has been drawn up by a legislator in response to an actual or perceived demand; refined in committee in a legislature; presented to the assembled house(s) of that legislature for debate, and either passed and sent to the governor for signature, or returned to committee for rewrite before going through the process over again from that point. Last I heard no governor’s edict or mayor’s emergency decree falls within that category. Not in that category means “lack of due process,” since I’ve not heard of anyone being accorded right to counsel during one of these confinement proceedings.

        If it ain’t on the books as a “law” you can not be arrested for it. You can be fined, have services withheld, have licenses suspended/terminated – but you can not be confined and your freedom of action removed.

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    • Carrie says:

      Are they going to detain the 10’s of thousands of asymptomatic cases across America just to be safe? Actually they can’t because nobody knows they are sick. So what, a blood test as they enter Walmart and a positive test- boom- off to quarantine camp? No hearing, no lawyer and don’t tell their families.

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  15. Jan A says:

    Don’t worry, I’m not fearful and sitting around worrying. I’m just concerned that someday we’ll wake up under real communism and wonder how we didn’t see it coming. Everything will be fine. There’s just lots of talk about how some of the Dem governors are really drunk with power ever since Covid came. Combat is on 9.4!!!

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  16. Don’t you think we need to pin a feel-good hashtag on Sundance’s scary electrified barbed-wire Concentr… er, I mean Quarantine Camp?

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  17. This guy, unlawfully imprisoned, now has a felony escape charge that carries 5 years.

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  18. JonB3 says:

    Pence’s 15 days Slow the Curve, became 30 days mitigation, and has now become ENDLESS social distancing, germ paranoia, loss of civil liberties and stay at home orders bordering on HOUSE ARREST …

    Hey Mike ~Things are out of control … Stop thanking us and change the D@nm National Narratives!

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  19. Todd says:

    End this now! It’s a bad flu virus that happens every year. Stop this insanity!

    Mortality rate is 0.1% – same as the flu. 99.9% of the people that get the Wuhan flu recover in less than 2 weeks. Plenty of rest, homemade chicken soup, orange juice, zinc lozenges, Ricola, honey, lemon and tea, etc.

    People in their 90’s and even centenarians have recovered from the COMMON corona virus. The common cold virus is a corona virus. Oh noes!

    I personally think that the whole Wuhan lab, exotic bat soup with mad scientist Batwoman too was/is all BS. That type of theater gave the common yearly corona virus cold/flu a mask and cover.

    Not only did the deep state cabal piggyback off of the flu, they managed to turn car accidents, pulmonary disease, heart disease, cancer, diabetes and every other cause of death into the Wuhan flu with their Fake News Media amplification machine that the majority of the American people still unbelievably believe.

    Herd immunity or herd psychology controlled by the Fake News Enemy Media? The lack of herd immunity caused by “social distancing” and forcing people to wear masks is going to lead to more death and disease than any annual virus.

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    • JonB3 says:

      Thanks Todd ~ We have to somehow get Trump and Pence on board and change the narrative …

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    • Magabear says:

      We should be thanking this coronavirus. It’s viral impact apparently eradicated pneumonia, the common flu and a host of other diseases to the point of very few deaths any longer being attributed to those maladies. 😉

      WhuFlu: more effective than clorox at killing germs. 😄

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      • jebg46 says:

        Yes. I want to know what the average death rate in all these areas was before COVID. Then subtract that number from their fake inflated numbers.

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  20. Mama says:

    All of this is straight out of those young adult dystopia novels. It is so earry and terrifying.

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  21. Michelle Lane says:

    Who’s w/ me to get a lawyer for these ppl detained in these damn camps?!

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  22. Michelle Lane says:

    Do you have a twitter account, CT? Can you give us the name of person who left this internment camp???

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  23. Firefly says:

    What if Dems take the track and place jobs and target conservatives (like the its did on tea party) to be “quarantined” just before the election.

    There’s lots of ways this is likely to be to be politically abusive. Brown shirts and tattling on fellow Americans.

    New York/Cuomo says they plan to put the tracked people into hotels and feed them using FEMA funds.

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  24. 6079 Smith W says:

    “Put the glasses on! Put ’em on!”

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  25. Mike Lee DelMarcelle says:

    It’s all so amazing how this virus has opened the door to all the democrats dreams…..
    Divide people
    Government health care
    Guaranteed income
    Monitoring
    Mail in voting etc etc.
    Yep, this was all just a coincidence.

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  26. Retired IG says:

    These COVID 19 “tests.” in some cases may be a crock. It was in Tanzania (I think) that they used the tests they were given to test a PAWPAW, GOAT, and something else All the “tests” came back positive. Imagine a piece of fruit, a cross between a banana and another fruit having the dread VIRUS.
    People I guess are blaming all kinds of shit they don’t like to TEST and CLEANSE their communities of the chattel who displease them.
    Bill Gates (who probably is in some way tied to the manufacturers of the virus “TESTS”) probably has the movie the ” Christmas Carol” on his favorites list. Yes Indeed.
    ” Let them go to the poorhouse so we can REDUCE THE SURPLUS POPULATION.” Another one of Bill Gates GREAT plans for all of humanity.
    A letter to the Editor of my local paper today said “Shame on the Amish people at the greenhouse I visited today They weren’t weren’t wearing masks.””
    I want to write to this person and say “Is it the Amish’s problem that they don’t watch TV,?” In my NSHO the Amish people are most like likely the SANEST PEOPLE in our community or maybe the Planet in these times. They don’t watch TV., Facebook, Twitter, etc.. They don’t drive cars, invest their money on Wall Street. Imagine all of that. The Amish are the smartest in the room.

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  27. jumpinjarhead says:

    To all the posters referring in one way or another to the apparent fact that the vast majority of Americans do not see, much less understand the double game that is being played in the shadow of this faux EMERGENCY!!!! I reiterate my oft-repeated view that their blindness is but a reflection of the larger malady afflicting America.

    By and large, Americans have lost their “virtue” as that term was understood and used by our Founders in their many warnings to posterity that the only way the nation they gave us will function as they intended is for the citizenry (and those in government) to be “virtuous.”

    If you research this requirement (not an option) they posited, the reasons for the sad state of our society and culture, as well as the increasing dysfunction of our government becomes clear. “Virtue” was a very broad term to the Founders.

    It certainly included morality and faith as embodied in long-established Judeo-Christian values and beliefs. Thus it is no surprise that as we have steadily moved away from those values and beliefs, preferring instead the allure of all the “fun” to be had in an atheistic, “whatever feels good, do it” environment, we now have increases in sex-related crime, now including human trafficking, homosexual “marriage” and myriad other beliefs and practices that have brought America to a pretty bad place with well over half of marriages ending in divorce just to name one horrific statistic.

    Additionally, “virtue” encompasses the responsibilities each citizen had to maintain the nation from which we all have benefited so greatly. Civic involvement, predicated on each of us being actively concerned with and informed about our government and the issues of the day was expected. A sense of ownership felt by each citizen was required so that each of us would take our obligations seriously.

    This sense of commitment to the nation in a real and not abstract way was also acted upon by those who were physically able being ready to actually defend the nation against all enemies foreign and domestic. Again, to our detriment, we have eliminated national service so that virtually 99+% of the citizenry have no “skin in the game” which cheapens the freedoms we each have inherited to the point that a great many of our countrymen are more than willing to surrender these freedoms because the State (all levels of government) takes them “for our own safety” just as the Germans were reassured by their Nazi masters.

    This is why so few Americans seem to be aware of what is actually occurring in this EMERGENCY!!!!

    I am very doubtful that once virtue is lost, or surrendered, it can ever be fully restored which of course does not bode well at all for our future as we were so clearly warned by our Founders.

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    • Missy says:

      Excellent post, JumpinJar! I would add that the trust between us as Americans has been destroyed. We do not trust, because so few are willing to pay the price to be trustworthy, or even know how intrinsically valuable that is. We would rather have soft lies than hard truth. We are infected with gross narcissism and immaturity.

      All are results of the loss of the virtue you extolled above. Virtue is a choice. Character is a choice. Integrity is a choice. Are there enough of us left that cherish such things? IDK.

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        Very well spotted and stated! That is what frustrates me the most. Apparently, as we continue our slide to the cultural gutter, far too few patriots are willing to honestly confront their own compromises in terms of loss of “virtue,” preferring instead to focus on “political” and other issues they conveniently separate from the foundational element of “virtue.” They simply enjoy too much their lifestyles that while sensually enjoyable, are devoid of Judeo-Christian principles that actually guide and govern their beliefs and actions.

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        • LookUp says:

          We truly have the government who represents us. I have said loud and clear that ALL of our problems come from the non practicing of virtues in EACH of us. The rampant drug problems are because MILLIONS OF US want to be high all the time. We do NOT practice honesty, kindness, generosity, fidelity, prudence, patience or love consistently and with determination. We deserve what we get.

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            We are of one mind and especially your last statement is a truism that should give more American patriots great pause.

            The only exception to this truth is if we are the undeserving beneficiaries of the pure Grace of God that I believe we have been freely given through our history and which the great majority of Americans now do not even consider this, much less appreciate it.

            I still waffle from day to day as to whether we have a sufficient “remnant” (harking back to Lot’s colloquy with God over the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah) to call upon God to forgive us yet again and show us Grace in this present day in accordance with 2 Chron. 7:14. The rub of course is that this promise is very clearly conditioned on His people actually repenting of their “wicked ways” and praying for God to “heal their land.”

            This prospect grows more and more problematic as most of the American people turn further and further from Him. The really discouraging thing is as a people we are already a very great deal further from God than we ever have been in our history.

            This of course brings us full circle back to your truism.

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  28. TMonroe says:

    “Metro Parks has charged the man with a single count of escape from a penal institution, a class A misdemeanor. The statute that defines this crime makes no mention of it being used to enforce quarantine orders. When asked about the legal authority to make this arrest, the Metro Health Department cited a different section of law that classifies violating quarantine as a class B misdemeanor, which is a less serious offense.”

    Reportedly, they went with “escape from a penal institution” first, then referenced something else when questioned. Just working out the kinks…

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    • tempejeff says:

      Sure, hold him for his Court case. Judge lets him go at Trial then, rearrest under the Right law. Hold him for another year before trial. Convicted and released time served. The Process IS the Punishment.

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      • RonR says:

        Great point, the process can be and often is harsh punishment in and of itself. I think this is seen every day in policing, and you can view a lot of it on COPS and Live-PD. You can also see this in searches on the internet of false arrests, police brutality, and excessive force. Read about tasers and lazy copy syndrome. Read about how cops take a person down by throwing them to the ground often face first then sometimes using the taser. To me the taser can be almost as deadly as a gun and must be used as little as possible; it is a torture device. A citizen arrested for a minor misdemeanor, maybe never had any police contact, thinking they have constitutional rights, may end up being smashed to the ground, possibly tased, handcuffed, put in back of a police car, booked, stripped searched (Supreme Court has already ruled that strip searches are legal even for minor crimes and misdemeanors), put in a jail cell, forced to put up bail or sit in jail. Later a court date and if found guilty a sentence. By the time of the court hearing, the individual has already received an ample amount, often a large amount of harsh punishment, including financial, just in the process. Many cases get dismissed after the process has already delivered quite a bit of punishment. Laws are enacted, stacked upon law after law, regulations upon regulations passed and all this over time given stamp of approval through the judicial system, as in the strip search law, to the point where the police can stop you for just about anything: tinted windows, license plate light out, you turned right with right tire on white line, you turned right and moved to fast to the left lane, you were traveling to slow, you were traveling too fast, you were following to close, you looked suspicious, you fit the description of a suspect, this is a DUI checkpoint, not wearing seat belt, too many in car for number of seatbelts, the ever ready charge of obstructing and on and on. Step out of the car, you are being detained for investigation, often cuffed. Then what is supposed to be a non-intrusive Terry pat down that is to remain within your 4th Amendment rights is anything but non-intrusive. Police forces today look more like paramilitary outfits. So yes, very much so, if you are stopped by police the process can be a lot of quite harsh punishment. If you have committed a minor violation, your punishment in just the process can be worse that what the judge ultimately delivers. We need reforms to ensure that our constitutional rights are fully protected and that police fully respect the citizens’ rights. You proclaim your 4th Amendment right and say no to a search of your car and it gets searched anyway. They just bring in a dog to sniff around and your car gets searched, how do you know the dog alerted, how long must you wait for the dog. I believe that people found guilty of committing serious crimes must face the proper punishment, whether fine and/or jail time. No problem there. Yes, and violence must be handled by police with whatever force needed, including the taser. However, I think we are seeing a routine trampling of our constitutional rights in too much of policing, and unfortunately most law abiding citizens are probably not remotely aware of how police operate today until one day, sir I pulled you over for not signaling a lane change, please step out of the car, you are being detained, can I search your car. The process can be and often is harsh punishment in and of itself and it is getting worse and worse with no push back in sight. Contact with the police and judicial system can crush you even for a minor mistake even having no prior record.

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        • tempejeff says:

          That’s why cops brag; you can beat the rap but, you can’t beat the ride.

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          • Ronr says:

            Yes, very well said. Also, police make a lot of mistakes. There are way too many false arrests, often due to identity theft. Two cases in particular stick out to me, although there are many. Check out the false arrests of Ashley Foster and Joy Morales. Both victims of false arrest due to identity theft. Ashley spent 7 days and Joy spent over 40 days in jail while, in both cases (public record) protests of their innocence fell on deaf ears, when all that was needed was to pull up the booking photo. Joy had already been to court once to show that she was the innocent victim of identity theft. Yes, as Ashley and Joy found, you may be innocent or eventually “beat the rap”, but you can’t beat the ride, and it is often a very difficult and sometimes very expensive ride. I think that some cops realize that they can be judge and jury with the arrest and “ride”. And then there are cases of truly dirty cops and the lazy syndrome cop, not a huge percent, but it takes only a few to stink up the system and give a lot of folks the “ride” of their lives. Research some of these cases and you will notice a pattern, even when the case is an egregious abuse of police power and sometimes the arrest is very brutal. The pattern that I see is that the particular police chief will often reply with somethin like: our outstanding officer has received many awards, was following police policy, was acting in good faith, was using the minimal force to effect the arrest and we will review the tapes and get back to you, no further comment on an ongoing case. If a citizen is truly abused, it often takes an expensive lawsuit and many, many years before the citizen receives justice, if at all. I feel that we are watching our constitutional rights evaporate right in front of our very own eyes as we morph into a two and three tiered justice system where we are becoming a nation of men and not laws. “Equal justice under the law”, quaint, isn’t it.

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  29. Madi says:

    Spring arrived…
    Be outside, take a deep breath
    I will call my senators everyday starting
    Monday.

    https://www.brighteon.com/e209defb-b603-4bf9-b843-a06e4c5bb757

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  30. EricStoner says:

    Who’s benefitting from this tragedy, politically? It’s not that hard to figure out. Just a short while ago, we were here;

    2019 in Review: US Economy Strong, Entering the Longest Expansion in History https://www.theepochtimes.com/2019-in-review-us-economy-remains-strong-in-2019-entering-the-longest-expansion-in-history_3183057.html

    Democrats had nothing but, impeach, impeach, impeach and, China, well, PDJT was the first to put their feet to the fire on trade that has been hurting Americans so, I ask again, who is benefitting, politically, for this tragedy?

    Yep, now you understand.

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  31. Rick says:

    The people are scared of dying from what comes out of the mouth, when in fact the danger comes in needles. It comes in glyphosate and 5g.

    Wake up, America! Snap out of it! You, like Trump, have been played.

    The fear of the wicked, it shall come upon him…
    He who tries to save his own life shall lose it, he who loses his life for my sake shall gain it.

    The wicked try to save themselves through mans medicine, and suffer manifold consequences for it. Take a look at VAERS (vaccine)settlements, which are in the billions for a tiny slice of the damages caused by the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on mankind.

    Eat right, work and serve the Lord with gladness, and the Lord will supply all our needs.

    Jesus is the physician. There is no vaccine better than sunshine, exercise and food out of the ground unprocessed by mans filthy hands.

    As long as Trump supports Bill Gates and his coming crop of dead baby vaccines, I will not vote for him. And yes, it has been reported he’s growing his coronavirus vaccines in aborted babies.

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  32. Rick says:

    They came after our President with the Russia Hoax, then the Ukraine Hoax, but now they are coming after our entire republic with contact tracing and forced quarantines.

    Are there any Constitutional law attorneys with balls even half the size of Dr. Judy Mikovits?

    Listen up, attorneys. If you want to save the republic, you need to ‘go there.’ You need to tackle the issue of ‘unsettled science,’ you need to challenge the science behind the suspension of our civil rights. Bring Dr. Judy Mikovits, PhD into court and she will tear them a new asshole with facts, provable facts. Put her in a lab next phony Fauci and any other pro vaxxer and she will pull the wool off of americans dull eyes.

    She’ll show by example how 5g separates the ferritin from the hemoglobin when exposed to 5g. Or what happens under glyphosate exposure. And above all, what is really causing COVID deaths which either presently came in this years flu shot, or past Polio, MMR and HPV vaccines.

    Put her in court, let her demonstrate in a lab and she will slay Bill Gates, and the 4 big vaccine multibillion dollar vaccine companies running the mainstream media and pulling the puppet strings on our politicians and judges.

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    • Charlie says:

      Read the book, Dr. Mary’s Monkeys, which pulls the cover back on the polio vaccines of the 1950’s and the cancer rates today. It was written by a man whose father worked with Dr. Mary on the vaccines. Good read.

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  33. idlan says:

    This is absolutely horrible. First they came for the homeless, but I was not homeless so I did not say or do anything….

    Who will they come for next?

    Internment camps, again in the USA.

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  34. revarmegeddontthunderbird says:

    Another thing that is happening here in Tennessee is that every day an updated list of every person in the state that is known to have COVID 19 is sent to law enforcement agencies statewide for “safety reasons” to protect them in case they respond to that residence. This is encouraging people who may be sick with the virus to not seek medical help.

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  35. Bud says:

    Bill Lee, GOP Governor.

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  36. The Swamp has tentacles/roots reaching far into many state governments. Look at how TN has some major Swamp Creatures at high levels of Swampdom. A few queries on the web will show you a lot.

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  37. CK says:

    And no one came to his rescue or helped him at all…. Speaks volumes about “The People”…

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  38. artbyjoe says:

    Argentina – locked down. frontiers closed. if you try to cross Provence lines without official permission, you can be arrested, and in some places, you will be arrested. Hydroxichloricol, zpak, zinc available over the counter, cheap, no doctors visit, no prescription. personally taking malaria dosage. 1 pill per week without the zpak. masks, social distancing. most businesses open. the number of people in the store controlled. small shops, 1 person. bigger shops 2 persons, supermarkets 20 persons. deflation occurring. need official permission to travel across Provence boarders. airlines grounded until September. no bus service. taxis available. supermarkets well stocked. plenty of food. traffic count way down. don’t know about restaurants, except for one that only does take out. and that only for lunch.

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