The CDC Will Decide who Lives on Your Property and for how Long

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Last week, the CDC Director Rochelle Walensky announced an extension for the eviction moratorium until early October for regions with “substantial and high” coronavirus transmission. Tucker Carlson said, “Private property no longer exists in the United States. You thought you owned your home. Not anymore. Rochelle Walensky does. She’ll decide who can live there, under what circumstance and for how long.” Nearly half of all housing providers are mom-and-pop operations, and landlords are accumulating  huge debt. The Treasury Department has distributed $3-billion of the nearly $47-billion allocated for the Emergency Rental Assistance program, but that is a drop in the bucket. [The endgame will be to bankrupt landlords so the government can seize their properties and allow people to live in them free so long as they obey.] -GEG

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson strongly criticized a new moratorium on evictions on Wednesday and questioned the way the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) had issued the order.

Carlson told his prime time audience that “private property no longer exists in the United States” as a result of the eviction ban, which he also argued wasn’t even legal.

CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky signed the order on Wednesday following significant controversy about extending a federal evictions moratorium put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In his opening monologue, which was also published as an op-ed on the Fox News website, Carlson took aim directly at Walensky.

Carlson said: “You vote for your senators and congressmen and they decide what the rules are. That’s known as representative democracy. It’s been our system for nearly 250 years.

“But apparently, it’s now over. Rochelle Walensky now makes the laws. Walensky announced today that she has decided to nationalize America’s rental properties, millions and millions of them from Maine to California. Tenants are no longer required to pay their rent. Property owners cannot evict them under any circumstances,” he said.

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5 months ago

I got out of the ‘landlord business’ years ago. Too much BS to deal with. And the money was not worth the grief involved. Glad I made THAT move.

5 months ago

Didn’t we hear those ideas from Klaus Schwab of his created WEF? We will own nothing and be happy (but not as happy as those spending fortunes to fly into Davos in their personally owned aircraft to delight in the finest of dining, drinking, and other body pleasures of great body enjoyment, all the while delighting in warm hugs, emotional, at least, with all present, even enemies, in self adulation.)