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When the people fear their government, there is tyranny. When the government fears the people, there is liberty. -- Thomas Jefferson
During times of universal deceit, telling the truth
becomes a revolutionary act. -- George Orwell
First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they
then you win. -- Mahatma Gandhi
Respectfully, an online petition doesn’t carry ANY weight. I urge people to file a formal complaint with the state board of nursing. THIS actually means something. (My sister is a nurse and tells me the state board takes formal complaints quite seriously)
Senator Jeff Sessions will soon release this statement in response to a report in the Wall Street Journalthat details President Obama’s plans to unilaterally implement amnesty.
“The Wall Street Journal confirmed today that the President is planning to issue a massive unilateral executive amnesty after the election.
“In its report, the WSJ certifies that this executive amnesty would provide work permits for illegal immigrants—taking jobs directly from struggling Americans.
“Based on the USCIS contract bid and statements from USCIS employees, we know this executive immigration order is likely to be broader in scope than anyone has imagined.
“Earlier this week, President Obama’s former head of Homeland Security revealed that she overrode resistance from administration lawyers and law enforcement agents in implementing the President’s earlier unlawful amnesty and work authorization program for illegal immigrants 30 and under. This was an open admission by one of the most senior people in government of violating one’s oath of office in order to accomplish a nakedly political aim.
“The President is assuming for himself the sole and absolute power to decide who can enter, work, live, and claim benefits in the United States. He has exempted virtually every group in the world from America’s immigration laws: people who enter before a certain age, people related to people who enter before a certain age, adults traveling with minors, minors traveling with adults, illegal immigrants who are not convicted of serious crimes, illegal workers who are convicted of serious crimes but not enough serious crimes, almost anyone who shows up the border and demands asylum, the millions who overstay their visas, and, as was recently exposed, illegal immigrants with serious criminal histories. The list continues to grow.
“A nation creates borders and laws to protect its own citizens. What about their needs?
“The President is systemically stripping away the immigration protections to which every single American worker and their family is entitled. He doesn’t care how this impacts Americans’ jobs, wages, schools, tax bills, hospitals, police departments, or communities.
“But it gets worse still. The WSJ reports that the President is ‘expected to benefit businesses that use large numbers of legal immigrants, such as technology companies.’ Those changes include measures to massively expand the number of foreign workers for IT companies—measures aggressively lobbied for by IT giants like Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates. Yet we have more than 11 million Americans with STEM degrees who don’t have jobs in these fields. Rutgers professor Hal Salzman documented that two-thirds of all new IT jobs are being filled by foreign workers. From 2000 through today, a period of record legal immigration, all net gains in employment among the working-age have gone entirely to immigrant workers.
“And now, in order to help open borders billionaires, President Obama is going to deny millions of Americans their shot at entering the middle class and a better life.
“The world has turned upside down. Instead of serving the interests of the American people, the policies of President Obama and every Senate Democrat serve the needs of special interests and global CEOs who fail to understand the duty a nation owes to its own people. But the citizens of this country still hold the power, and through their voice, they can turn the country right-side again.”
Canada on Friday stopped issuing visas to people from the West African countries at the heart of the Ebola outbreak. Immigration authorities said they made the decision because “the introduction or spread of the disease would pose an imminent and severe …
The state have a right to have more stringent quarantine rules than the federal rules. As we know globalist federal government does not do anything to protect the citizens against the diseases. Their only concern is for the oligarchs, ruling billionaires to get as much cheap labor as possible and for the Dem party to have as many voting dems as possible.
I am sure that the judge at the state hearing today did not get info showing that Ebola tests can be false negative and that people can be afebrile (no fever) while infected. Hickox is a dangerous precedent
This woman was exposed to the Ebola Virus in Africa. Instead of doing her required Quarantine Time, she threatened a Law Suit and got to leave after 1 DAY of Quarantine and Allowed to Return to Maine. The intent of this Petition is to Have Kaci Hickox do her Quarantine Time without it being Voluntary or risk having her Medical License Revoked.
The petition was reportedly started by the nurse’s neighbors in Maine. Pajamas Media reported:
The petition’s author, Jamie Gaskey, says that she was aiming for 1,500 signatures. But thanks to Hickox’s public grandstanding and stubborn insistence on blowing off even a home quarantine, the petition has already run well past that number. As of 10 am Central time Thursday, it has well over 2,000 signatures from all over the country.
Many of those who signed the petition have also offered detailed opinions regarding Hickox’s behavior.
1 of 7. Fort Kent Police Chief Thomas Pelletier gets into his car after a brief visit to the home where Kaci Hickox, the American nurse who treated Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, is staying in Fort Kent, Maine October 31, 2014.
This judge in Maine should also make this self absorbed nurse pay for the cost of keeping a policeman and a police car at her residence guarding her. This should be a lesson to everyone that such stunts endangering the public have consequences and they should pay for these consequences. This nurse, Kaci Hickox, works for CDC and is pushing the the company line, the marching orders from Obama, let her pay back to the state of Maine, for what they had to spend in keeping her away from the public
Court Order Temporarily Restricts Nurse’s Movement
FORT KENT, Maine — Oct 31, 2014, 10:43 AM ET
By ROBERT F. BUKATY Associated Press
Nurse Kaci Hickox, right, and her boyfriend, Ted Wilbur are followed by a Maine State Trooper as they ride bikes on a trail near her home in Fort Kent, Maine, Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. The couple went on an hour-long ride. State officials are going to… View Full CaptionThe Associated Press
Maine health officials obtained a 24-hour court order restricting Kaci Hickox’s movement after the nurse repeatedly defied the state’s quarantine for medical workers who have treated Ebola patients.
A judge granted the order Thursday limiting Hickox’s travel, banning her from public places and requiring a 3-foot buffer until there’s a further decision Friday.
The state went to court Thursday, following through with a threat to try to isolate her until the 21-day incubation period for Ebola ends no Nov. 10. In court documents, the judge indicated further action was anticipated Friday.
Police remained outside her home Friday. Fort Kent Police Chief Tom Pelletier went inside the home briefly Friday morning and said afterward, “We just had a good conversation.” He said he was not there to arrest or detain her.
Police were under orders to monitor her movements after she twice let home, once to talk to reporters Wednesday and again for a bike ride with her boyfriend on Thursday.
The legal action is shaping up as the nation’s biggest test case yet in the struggle to balance public health and fear of Ebola against personal freedom.
Hickox, who treated Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, says confinement violates her rights. She says that she has no symptoms and poses no risk to the public.
Hickox, 33, stepped into the media glare when she returned from treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone to become subject to a mandatory quarantine in New Jersey. After being released from a hospital there, she returned to this small town, where she was placed under what Maine authorities called a voluntary quarantine.
She said she is following the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendation of daily monitoring for fever and other signs of the disease.
“I’m not willing to stand here and let my civil rights be violated when it’s not science-based,” she said Wednesday evening.
Some states like Maine are going above and beyond the CDC guidelines to require quarantines. So is the U.S military.
President Barack Obama, the nation’s top infectious-disease expert and humanitarian groups have warned that overly restrictive measures could cripple the fight against the disease at its source by discouraging volunteers like Hickox from going to West Africa, where the outbreak has sickened more than 13,000 people and killed nearly 5,000 of them.
“These kinds of restrictions could dissuade hundreds, if not thousands, of skilled volunteers from helping stop Ebola’s spread, which is in the national interest of every one of our countries,” Samantha Power, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, said Thursday in Brussels
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