The CDC are proposing a draconian rule that will allow them to stop, detain, quarantine and forcibly vaccinate any American or non-American entering the U.S.
According to CDC’s recent publication of ‘Rules for the Control of Communicable Diseases,‘ the agency plans to grant itself the power to apprehend any healthy person and detain them indefinitely.
CDC’s newly proposed rule is published in the Federal Register number 2016-18103.
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Here are some quotes from the CDC proposed rule:
“When an apprehension occurs, the individual is not free to leave or discontinue his/her discussion with an HHS/CDC public health or quarantine officer.”
“…the proposed practice to issue Federal orders before a medical examination has taken place.”
“CDC defines precommunicable stage to mean the stage beginning upon an individual’s earliest opportunity for exposure to an infectious agent.”
And this apparent totalitarian ‘gem’ of an agency’s self-proclaimed ‘rite’:
“…(holding that a passenger consents to an airport security search by presenting himself/herself for boarding and that such consent may not be revoked by simply walking away). Thus, in order to protect interstate travel from communicable disease threats, HHS/CDC intends for this section to apply broadly to all circumstances where individuals may queue with other travelers.”
“CDC may enter into an agreement with an individual, upon such terms as the CDC considers to be reasonably necessary, indicating that the individual consents to any of the public health measures authorized under this part, including quarantine, isolation, conditional release, medical examination, hospitalization, vaccination, and treatment:provided that the individual’s consent shall not be considered as a prerequisite to any exercise of any authority under this part.”
“…individuals who violate the terms of the agreement or the terms of the Federal order for quarantine, isolation, or conditional release (even if no agreement is in place between the individual and the government), he or she may be subject to criminal penalties.”