Plaintiffs sue New York state over Rule 2.13 “Isolation and Quarantine Procedures” that allows government to force residents into quarantine at any time for any reason

11/26/2023 // Ethan Huff /

The Appellate Division of the Fourth Judicial Department has reversed the outcome of a legal challenge that struck down Gov. Kathy Hochul’s Rule 2.13 “Isolation and Quarantine Procedures” for violating the individual rights of New Yorkers.

The case of Borrello, Lawler, Tague, Uniting NYS v. Hochul appears to now be dead in the water, meaning the state of New York is now free to force anyone into quarantine for any reason at all, including things that have absolutely nothing to do with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

State Sen. George Borrello, Assemblyman Chris Tague, Assemblyman (now Congressman) Michael Lawler, and the citizens’ group Uniting NYS had originally sued Gov. Hochul and won the case, only to later have it struck down in this manner.

What the overturning of this ruling means is that the government of New York is now allowed to legally remove residents from their own homes and haul them off to Camp FEMA for “reeducation.” There is no age restriction on who can be abducted and taken to one of these government-run concentration camps, nor are parents allowed any input into the matter.

“They do not need to warn citizens when they are coming or how long they must quarantine,” reports Armstrong Economics. “You will be required to take any steps the state mandates, including taking medications against your will. There is no due process, no court hearing, and no rule of law as the government may now abduct citizens in the name of public health.”

(Related: In mid-2022, the New York state supreme court ruled that Gov. Hochul’s quarantine order is unconstitutional.)

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