Isolation Camps in New York State: A Conversation with Attorney Bobbie Anne Cox
Bobbie Anne has defeated our governor's totalitarian isolation camp regulation. The governor and the AG are promising to appeal. Elections are coming up...
This story is about two things. One is the status of the New York State isolation camp regulation, defeated by the fearless attorney Bobbie Anne Cox not so long ago. The other is the power of one human being to go against the grain, stand up for dignity, and actually win.
Before we go to discussing the interview with fearless Bobbie Anne in which she talks about the latest status of her lawsuit, I want to take you back to the early “pandemic days.”
Remember how it started? Remember March 2020? I was in New York, in the belly of the beast, and I remember very well the empty streets, the sirens, the fear, the 24/7 onslaught on people’s senses, the two weeks to flatten
our brains the curve, the rumors, the whispers, the uncertainty, and many then-ridiculed-and-now-factual “conspiracy theories” about human rights-stomping things like vaccine mandates, CBDC, Digital ID, and yes, isolation camps.
Here is a gem. On March 30, 2020, during a WHO media briefing, Michael Ryan mentioned the “need to go and look in families to find those people who may be sick and remove them.” The “conspiratorial” internet exploded for an eye blink, Tucker did a segment on it, I included the quote in my very first Substack, and then the videos of the talk were taken down, and everyone moved on. The full video of the media briefing is still up on the WHO channel.
But fast-forward to October 2022, and we are now in a world where our corrupt-as-they-come New York State governor (mad shine in her eyes, middle name: “Vaccines Are From God”) has actually put in place a new regulation that allows law enforcement to lock free citizens up, either in their home or at an isolation facility of the authorities’ choosing (the citizen does not have a say in any of it), based on their word alone.
The authorities do not—let me repeat, do not—need to prove that the person is infected or has been exposed. There is no age restriction. There is no time limit. There is no legal mechanism for due process. In fact, in the course of the lawsuit, when the NYS Attorney General’s lawyer (who was trying to keep the regulation in place) was asked how one would get out of isolation once placed in it by authorities, the AG’s lawyer said that the family can hire a lawyer. So, no due process!
Earlier this year, NYS Supreme Court Judge Ronald Ploetz struck this horrible regulation down (court decision).
The governor and the state Attorney General have promised to appeal. They seem to be really attached to the notion of being able to arbitrarily imprison citizens. Also, they might have more powerful entities breathing down their necks, and they might be more afraid of BlackRock than they are of their own citizens.
Currently, the case is just sitting there with a promise to appeal, which makes sense because the elections are coming up, and so they are in ambush, waiting for innocent people to keep them in office based on “good” talking points, and then, as corrupt as they were but more emboldened, go full on Gestapo.
The information about the lawsuit and the appeal can be found on https://unitingnys.com/lawsuit and also on Bobbie Anne’s Substack. There is a lot of information there, including how you can help and also flyers that can be blasted all over the place—because so many New Yorkers have no idea about these camps, and this needs to change.
Everyone in the state of New York needs to know about this, and these individuals need to be voted the hell out, and I am saying it as a generally skeptical non-political person. I am setting aside the whole debate about how reliable the voting system is. I think it is not one bit reliable but if a gazilion people show up and vote against them, we may have a better chance… in our lives, we work with a lot of uncertainties in general, and this is just one of them. We need to do everything-everything in our power to protect ourselves and pray for the best.
Importantly, in the interview, Bobbie Anne also talks about New York bill A9963 that can potentially end parental rights.
Once again, I want to thank Bobbie Anne for standing up for all of us. If you listen to the interview, you will hear her say that before she filed her lawsuit, she had spoken to a number of lawyers, and they all told her to “wait until they start throwing people into camps, and sue then.” I am just so glad that she didn’t listen to their “voices of reason” and went to war to protect all of us in a way that her heart told her to go to war. My heartfelt thanks to Bobbie Anne!
And may more people start putting their minds and their hands at the service of their hearts. This is how we win.
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