There is growing concern among Tennesseans after Gov. Bill Lee quietly issued an Executive Order on Friday giving the state permission to call up the National Guard and State Guard “in connection with certain health care and emergency services operations.”

Tennessee Stands, an influential statewide conservative coalition, said they found some of the governor’s orders “exceptionally concerning.”

One section of Executive Order 83 would permit the construction of “temporary quarantine and isolation facilities.”

“Telephone assessments for involuntary commitment cases are permitted,” the executive order also states.

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Tennesseans took to social media to express their grave concerns about the governor’s response to the China Virus.

“Wow! The guard will be utilized? Involuntary commitment? And construction of quarantine and isolation facilities? Thought all of that was just a silly conspiracy theory,” one concerned citizen noted.

Click here to read the full Executive Order.

“The pieces add up to a very scary picture !! People need to wake up,” one concerned citizen wrote. “I would like to know the specific scenarios and situations that would need to take place in order for these actions to be implemented. They are too open ended and vague which leads to open door interpretation and neglected use which would not work in our best interests. We need to demand specificity.”

Published @ Todd Starnes

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One thought on “BREAKING: Order Authorizes Natl Guard, Quarantines, Involuntary Containment for ‘Certain Healthcare’ Operations”
  1. This could become a new flu, the lead flu. Yes some people if you put them into a camp would fight. True many would die, but still many more have died keeping this country free, so it seems fitting that WE THE PEOPLE should fight for that freedom too.

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