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Senior Advisor

Hey Knapper, how do you like this?

These are law abiding Americans not criminals trying to set fire to federal buildings. This got you worried?


A Kentucky couple has been placed on house arrest and made to wear ankle monitors after the wife tested positive for coronavirus and refused to sign papers that stated she would self-quarantine, according to multiple reports.

As a precaution before traveling to visit her parents in Michigan, Elizabeth Linscott said she was tested for the coronavirus. Linscott tested positive for the virus but exhibited no symptoms.

“My grandparents wanted to see me, too,” Linscott told Michigan’s WILX. “So, just to make sure if I tested negative, that they would be OK, that everything would be fine.”

According to Linscott, the Hardin County Health Department requested that she sign paperwork agreeing to call the health department whenever she decided to leave her house. Linscott said she refused to sign the papers because of the wording, however, she had no problems with self-quarantine, according to WILX.

“My part was if I have to go to the ER, if I have to go to the hospital, I’m not going to wait to get the approval to go,” Linscott told WILX.

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Senior Contributor

Re: Hey Knapper, how do you like this?

Saw this story on the news.  Talk about violation of constitutional rights.  Where is due process?   I said on here before unless you have symptoms do not get tested.

Senior Advisor

Re: Hey Knapper, how do you like this?

What Knapper? No commit?