Rhode Island: National Guard Will Do Door-to-Door Searches to Ensure Lockdown Compliance

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
March 29, 2020

I’ve said for years that of all the scifi dystopias, Children of Men showed the one that will prove most accurate.

Oh, it’s happening.

You know what I always say: when the going gets weird, the weird turn on The Alex Jones Show, broadcasting live from behind enemy lines in central Texas.

The Hill:

Rhode Island police have begun stopping cars with New York license plates, and the National Guard will soon help officials conduct house-to-house searches to force anyone who has traveled from New York to enter isolation.

“Right now we have a pinpointed risk,” Gov. Gina Raimondo (D) said, according to Bloomberg. “That risk is called New York City.”

Raimondo on Thursday issued an executive order enforceable by law mandating that anyone who has traveled to New York via any form of transportation must enter into a two-week self-quarantine.

The order applies to anyone who has been in New York within the past two weeks and will remain in place until at least April 25. The order, however, does not apply to public health, public safety or health care workers.

Raimondo announced on Friday that members of the National Guard will be present at T.F. Green Airport, train stations and bus stops to collect contact information for the state health department “so they can keep track of who you may have been in contact with.”

National Guard soldiers will then follow up with people at their local residences to ensure they are following through with self-quarantine orders.

Alex Jones literally ejaculated when he read that.

Presumably, the guard doing the checks will be in full hazmat gear too.

Just imagine how quickly it came to this.

Because you were afraid of the flu.

This is going to be the new normal – troops on the streets in Half-Life costumes, kicking in your door to ensure you’re in compliance with virus protocol.

Don’t even doubt that.

You all know that none of the measures created during 911 ever went away, and viruses are going to stick around a lot longer than terrorist attacks.