Will people get sent to a ‘quarantine camp’ for reasons unrelated to a coronavirus, and will release depend on convincing the Comrade Commandant that they have been successfully ‘re-educated’?

by Charles Creitz

Hoover Institution senior fellow Victor Davis Hanson condemned New Zealand‘s institution of coronavirus quarantine “camps” on “The Ingraham Angle” Tuesday.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, of the center-left New Zealand Labour Party, announced in a video that if people sent to the camp refuse to be tested, they will be required to remain another two weeks after their initial two-week stay.

Ardern called the warning a “pretty good incentive” to get tested for COVID-19.

“You either get your test done and make sure you are cleared, or we will keep you in a facility longer,” she said.

“So I think most people look at that and say, ‘I will take the test.’”

Hanson told host Laura Ingraham that such draconian measures that Ardern’s orders make no sense given how little the pandemic has affected the island nation.

“They have a nation of 5 million people,” Hanson explained.

“They’ve only lost, tragically, but they lost 25 people. That’s an astoundingly low number to throw away personal freedom.”

“Here in the United States, whether it is [California Gov.] Gavin Newsom or Michelle Obama or Joe Biden, they have all said that this is an opportunity not to let go to waste” he added.

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