- The Coming Covid Isolation FEMA Camps Are Much Worse Than Americans Can Imagine
by Dave Hodges, https://thecommonsenseshow.com/
Mike Adams is taking heat on a number of fronts for a series of articles he has recently authored with regard to the intent of the present administration to place certain individuals in FEMA camps “for their own protection.”
Because of Adams’ willingness to place his reputation on the line, he is taking hits for his reporting. Here is an example of the heat that both Adams and myself have taken over our coverage of these issues of involuntary confinement with a thinly veiled medical excuse used as the reason.
So, what is all the fuss about? Why are so many of us now writing about FEMA camps in all their wonderful disguises? By the way, this is not a matter of who first reported FEMA Camps, but in case you are wondering, Steve Quayle receives that award as he first started talking about this phenomenon over two decades ago.
So what did Adams say that is causing so much discomfort in many American circles? Here are some excerpts from one the articles that Adams just wrong about this topic.
On Friday, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed Executive Order 83, which authorizes National Guard and State Guard troops to break into peoples’ homes, kidnap them at gunpoint, and take them to covid internment camps, all without any due process or respect for civil rights. Individuals can be targeted for this medical kidnapping by armed troops via “telephone assessments,” and the medical kidnapping of American citizens is being labeled “involuntary commitment” to “temporary quarantine and isolation facilities.”… (Editor’s Note: People are not coming out of these camps alive, so, there is nothing “temporary” about these camps.)
These are, of course, death camps being constructed and operated under the cover of the covid plandemic, which we have exhaustively shown is rooted in junk science fraud and media psychological operations.
The Tennessee EO is on top of the CDC’s announcement that covid camps will be set up on a nationwide basis, with people being medically kidnapped and taken to “humanitarian settings” where they will be forced into labor pools, just like a scene ripped right out of Nazi Germany.
The average American, upon learning that concentration camps are now being authorized in the United States, is expressing shock and disbelief that this so-called “conspiracy theory” turns out to be official government policy.