2020 New York no problem if you entered the United States of America illegally with your extended family without any medical exams or vaccines, but it you were born and raised in Utica, New York and planned on having eleven or more family members over for Thanksgiving… now that’s gonna be a problem.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo who signed a law in 2017 that forbids law enforcement officers from inquiring or disclosing immigration status in order to protect illegal aliens form “From Fear and Intimidation” announced that for law abiding American citizens in New York:
“Effective November 13 at 10 p.m., indoor and outdoor gatherings at private residences will be limited to no more than 10 people.”
And “To report violations of restrictions… for gatherings and individuals” links are provided on the government website.
The difference between an elected sheriff and an appointed chief or commissioner.
Sheriff Richard Giardino sees the limitation of at-home Thanksgiving guests as a clear government overreach.
“I just think that as another sheriff said, “The best way to do things is to ask people to follow these recommendations because they’re good for you,” he says, “Not to make it an edict from the king telling you what to do.”
JOHNSTOWN – In Fulton County, if you’re thinking about having people over for Thanksgiving dinner to carve up a turkey, Sheriff Richard Giardino says that’ll be fine. He just doesn’t want to see …