Nurse Refuses HOME Ebola quarantine Now!
Yep. From that moment fwd, I've been pretty rabid about illegals.
Give them 30 days to leave.
Then, offer a $10k reward for them. Those who remain will be ratted out quickly. Fine the employers... they'll be ratting out their own employees for that $10k check. Make it worth their while, if their illegal employees are fired and decide to work for the competition. Honorable employers can gain a market advantage and get rich too. Illegals will be gone VERY quickly.
If you violate the 30 day warning, you are given to a "third party", other country forces, who deliver you to the southernmost tip of South America and drop you off there. They may or may not "accidentally" injure the right knee of each illegal, making them easier to ID should they limp thru the southern hemisphere and return to the USA.
See, constitutional rights shouldn't apply when the constitution doesn't apply. THis dirtbag was here illegally, carrying a gun, beating on women, because he wasn't injured and deported the first time he was caught (after committing a felony, BTW).
So when I hear Rick Scott refusing to take a position on Amnesty, I realize his position is very clear - he's tolerant of illegal aliens, just like Crist and every shitbag dem, and half of the "conservatives" on getbig. Screw em. lock the borders, kick them the fck out, and this family has their hero cop husband alive today.
(CNN) -- Not long ago, Kaci Hickox was fighting Ebola in West Africa, doing what she could to treat those with the deadly disease. Now, she's in the middle of a different fight -- in the middle of Maine.
A Maine official said late Wednesday afternoon that the state is in the process of filing a court order to require Hickox to abide by a 21-day quarantine. This measure is meant to prevent her from spreading Ebola, given her hands-on role with the deadly virus.
In a written statement, Gov. Paul LePage said Hickox "has been unwilling to follow the protocols set forth by the Maine CDC and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control for medical workers who have been in contact with Ebola patients." The statement didn't say which protocols she was resisting but added LePage is seeking legal authority to enforce a quarantine.
And on Tuesday, state health commissioner Mary Mayhew said, "If an individual who came in direct contact with Ebola patients has returned to Maine and is not willing to avoid public contact and stay in their home voluntarily during the period they are at some risk, we will take additional measures and pursue appropriate authority to ensure they make no public contact."Yet Hickox -- a Doctors Without Borders volunteer in Sierra Leone who has twice tested negative for Ebola -- isn't ready to stay put.
'I remain appalled by these home quarantine policies'
"I don't plan on sticking to the guidelines," she said Wednesday on NBC's "Today" show, referring to Maine' officials' plan for her to remain quarantined at home through November 10. "I remain appalled by these home quarantine policies that have been forced upon me."