I am speechless right now.
New York City tyrant and mayor De Blasio recently announced fines of up to $10,000 for violating his reciduclous covid-19 restrictions.
But thats not all folks
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He is also implementing covid “checkpoints” and “test and trace teams” to further rob the people of New York, and any American who dares to enter NYC this Thanksgiving.
It’s not enough that he sucks the blood of New Yorkers dry through insane taxation, regulations and backwards liberal policies.
Now he wants to charge folks $10,000 to celebrate Thanksgiving with thier families.
Check it out:
The Gateway Pundit had the story here:
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is setting up “COVID Checkpoints” to find and fine people violating his holiday lockdown order.
New York City Sheriff Joseph Fucito said that they will be conducting spot checks when out-of-state buses drop riders off at the curb and will be checking cars with out of state and New York licenses plates.
“New York’s statewide 14-day holiday quarantine mandates that travelers quarantine, or take a test showing they’re negative. Violations of self-quarantine will be enforced, and may carry fines of $1,000 to $2,000, the mayor’s office has said.”
Zero Hedge also had this to say:
New York City Sheriff Joseph Fucito said the sheriff's office (a separate entity from the NYPD) will conduct spot checks when out-of-state buses drop riders off at the curb, and will also check cars will out of state and New York licenses plates. Test-and-trace teams will also be on the ground to help direct people to testing sites while providing "education" about quarantine.
Around the US, few jurisdictions have actually enforced quarantine and social distancing rules, though people have been killed in fights spurred by mandatory mask requirements. Some governors, including Kristi Noem in South Dakota, have refused to make wearing masks and other social distancing measures mandatory.
But most governors who have imposed mandatory mask orders and other measures typically haven't enforced those measures by doling out fines, unlike authorities in Europe.