During a recent Zoom meeting, the Washington State Board of Health unveiled its proposed agenda, called WAC 246-100-040, which would amend state law to allow residents as young as five to be kidnapped by the state and hauled off to Camp Covid to be cleansed from their uncleanness.
The proposed revision under Washington’s Communicable and Certain Other Diseases Act outlines specific “Procedures for isolation or quarantine” that are explicitly fascist. (Related: Similar Branch Covidian extremism is also taking place in Austria.)
A local health officer, “at his or her sole discretion,” would be granted the power to “issue an emergency detention order causing a person or group of persons to be immediately detained for purposes of isolation or quarantine.”
The resolution further states that health officers would need to provide documentation proving that unvaccinated residents of Washington subject to detention have denied “requests for medical examination, testing, treatment, counseling, vaccination, decontamination of persons or animals, isolation, quarantine and inspection and closure of facilities” before they would be authorized to haul people off to the concentration camp “showers.”
“The amended law would also allow health officers to deploy law enforcement officials to assist with the arrest of uncompliant Washington residents,” reports The Gateway Pundit (TGP).
Did you ever think concentration camps would come to America?
WAC 246-100-040 goes on to provision that “a local health officer may invoke the powers of police officers, sheriffs, constables, and all other officers and employees of any political subdivisions within the jurisdiction of the health department to enforce immediately orders given to effectuate the purposes of this section in accordance with the provisions of RCW 43.20.050(4) and 70.05.120.”
In the event of an “emergency detention order,” isolation and detainment of American citizens who reside in the state of Washington and who fail to comply with these dictates would be allowed “for a period not to exceed ten days.”