Houston TX Health Dept. Says It Will Demand Medical Info, Blood Samples From Random Residents
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Incredible video from Houston, Texas mayor's office, who announces they will choose households at random to fill out a medical questionnaire and take a blood sample from each member.
I foresee a lot of blood....and not in the form of test tubes. Has nobody heard of the 4th Amendment, the Geneva Convention, or anything? Slam the door in their faces Houston residents!!!ReplyDelete
When the German police came for the jews, they got on the bus. And that is what we will do. When asked "why did you get on the bus" they replied "it was the police, you have to do what they say"Delete
If ever there was a time to lock down your residence, this is it. If you cannot avoid answering the door (but why can't you?!), or if they catch you already outside, video-record everything. Including the part when you tell them to get the hell off your property immediately. That's all you say to them. Then go inside immediately and double lock all doors.ReplyDelete
I can as easily shoot through my door as answer it.Delete
And you would be playing right into their hands.Delete
This is by the consent of the governed, right? Why don't we just fly the Soviet flag and be done?ReplyDelete
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