I Could Use Some Help Here

In reading account after account about the so called “Children’s Crusade”, otherwise identified as the “Crisis that Obama Hath Wrought”, references are being made (in multiple outlets by multiple authors) that confuse me.

First, these children, who to be fair are merely pawns in the game, are supposedly being cared for by an organization called Baptist Family & Children’s Services.  These folks claim to do the Lord’s work, and if so all of us should be grateful for their efforts.

However, I’m surprised that the Lord’s work requires paramilitary guards that call themselves “Brown Shirts” who have been hired by the Department of Health and Human Services.

Published reports also allege that the employees/medical staff personnel have been told that if they speak about the diseases that are being introduced into the United States with anyone, they will be arrested.

Here’s where we come to the plea for help.  If these employees/medical personnel were required to sign a non-disclosure agreement as a condition of employment then firing them for blabbing about what they saw is as legal as church on Sunday (at least until the next Executive Order).  I may not like it, but it actually is legal.  But can anyone come up with any law currently on the books that says speaking your mind subjects an individual to arrest?

Seriously, if anyone can help me by suggesting what law might be being broken I’d really appreciate you commenting and erasing some of my ignorance.   The only law that I thought of was “Felony — Embarrassing the Idiot in the White House” (or at least a misdemeanor) but I tried a Google search which got me nowhere.

So help me, please!


About Jim Yardley

Retired after 30 years as a financial controller for a variety of manufacturing firms, a two-tour Vietnam veteran, and independent voter.
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