You really don't expect 'officials' to follow the Constitution, do you?
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Just heard on local Fox channel.. couldn't catch details..
Man in Georgia just filed a lawsuit against his local authorities; cant legally 'quarantine' a healthy person.
Looking for a link - please post if you can find one. Thanks!
BRING ALL TROOPS HOME NOW.
I’ve posted in another topic here that Galveston county.. in their order.. listed all the thing you cannot do and that all the companies and stored needed to close yet at the bottom it says a resident can “exercise their constitution rights”. This basically negated anything they could “proclaim”. Another city in the county said they’d find people $2k for violations. This would be yet another unconstitutional act and I’ll bet the suits will be staggering.
With that said, yeah, do the right thing and if your sick stay put, keep some social distance and help out, but the government is taking your rights and freedoms (over your concern for safety).
"Erosion of our rights just takes a few good men doing nothing"
Who is John Galt?
just do the right thing!!!!
Be a Berean
Even here in Commiefornia we haven't been "ordered" to do anything. It is a recommendation.
But anytime the sheep here hear anything from the gubment they take it as gospel.
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Its pretty clear to me that if Congress were to make a Law forcing We The People to stay at home, it would be a violation of the First Amendment to the Constitution regarding the right to Peacefully Assemble.
Article [I] (Amendment 1 - Freedom of expression and religion) 13
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.