How a Lone Lawyer Stopped Forced Quarantine Camps in New York—for Now
If you think America would never have forced quarantine camps, think again. New York Gov. Kathy Hochul issued a directive to do just that, until attorney Bobbie Anne Cox got in the way. Cox said it was a David against Goliath battle, but she recruited allies and won the lawsuit. However, the battle might not be over yet, as Cox explains.
Then, in America Q&A, we ask people across the country if they would support the use of forced quarantine camps in the United States.
Finally, in our second America Q&A, we find out if people are concerned that the IRS was given $80 billion to hire more agents, potentially doubling its current workforce, including more armed agents.