Hochul's tyranny derailed as judge strikes down her plan to put sick people in "camps"
He was a bit of a punk. But he had one thing going for him…at least he was somewhat competent.
That brings us to his replacement, Kathy Hochul. He is, shall we say, way in over her head.
She proudly went around wearing a necklace that said "vaccinated" as if it were a badge of honor and thought herself worthy of sainthood for being a good soldier and leading the lambs to slaughter.
To say she is inept is an insult to truly inept people…she is that bad.
Thank God that even in New York, there are still judges who possess a bit of integrity and live up to their oath. They are few and far between in the Empire State.
Our story takes us back to the heyday of the COVID-19 pandemic. There were stories—old wives' tales or conspiracy theories or the left's newest word—misinformation—over so-called "Covid camps."
Those who raised the specter of such camps were called “Qanon conspiracy theorists” and “MAGA robots!” All of those who were sounding the alarm back then have now appeared to have been vindicated.
Back in 2020, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) under the auspices at that time of Deborah Birx published a protocol for something called “shielding camps.” That sounds a lot less dire than “COVID camps”…clearly. The camps were designed to house “sick” people, PJ Media reports in order to “protect” people. It was for the “public good.” You know, Orwellian, commie type stuff.
So it is probably helpful to let you all know exactly what a “shielding camp” is. PJ Media looked directly to the source…the CDC…for the definition.
Oh yeah, and don’t look for the word “voluntarily” anywhere in the definition, because as PJ Media notes, it’s not there:
The shielding approach aims to reduce the number of severe COVID-19 cases by limiting contact between individuals at higher risk of developing severe disease (“high-risk”) and the general population (“low-risk”).