RI National Guard go door-to-door for New Yorkers who face jail time

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The Rhode Island National Guard is actually going door to door on Saturday in coastal areas to inform any New Yorkers they must self-quarantine for 14 days.

Comrade Raimondo — the governor — expanded the mandatory self-quarantine to anyone visiting the state.

She also ordered residents to stay home except for shopping for food, medicines or going to the doctor. Everything else is closed.

Red Raimondo also ordered realtors and hotel operators to include requirements to quarantine out-of-state residents for 14 days in their purchase agreements.

Commie Rhode Island set up checkpoints on I-95 so they can stop anyone with NY license plates.

If New Yorkers don’t comply they face fines and jail times.

Raimondo said, “more than half of the cases of coronavirus in America are in New York,” therefore, this is “not meant to be discriminatory.”

Maybe New Yorkers should have to wear a tee-shirt with a symbol on it, like Hester Prynne. But instead of a red ‘A,’ for the scarlet letter, it would be ‘NY.’ We could add a skull and crossbones too.

Governor Andrew Cuomo is considering suing Rhode Island. He was thinking about suing the President when he talked about quarantining the Tri-State area, but the President said such a quarantine would not be necessary. Cuomo became ridiculously melodramatic and said it’s cause for a Civil War. All of a sudden the dictator cares about the law.

Actually, Cuomo is one those who bars his employees from going to states whose laws he disagrees with. Now he knows what it feels like.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Remember Cuomo and Raimondo you are comrades of the glorious people’s collective during this Great Leap Forward.
    Play nice now and utopia is just around the corner after we extinguish a few more rights and issue some more imperial edicts. Forward!

  2. We should ask what statute is being invoked in order to advocate jail time. It’s the reason so many laws are continuously enacted; because no law existed for a particular criminal offense.

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