State Governors Have No Authority To Take Away Your Civil Liberties.
Remember that this Thanksgiving and Christmas! Restrictions based on executive orders have no legal authority under the Constitution. They are color of law, not true law. Laws are debated and passed by state legislatures, not by state governors. Executive orders only apply to state employees and have no bearing on the citizenry. The media argue that during a national crisis the governor has emergency powers and states can do whatever they want. This is false. Under the constitution and the Bill of Rights, state governors do not get to proclaim a national emergency based on their personal opinion and then declare themselves dictators in response. Any “laws” exerted because of such a process are therefore null and void; they are meaningless. It is interesting that the media in particular is so keen on defending the idea of states and governors having the power to unilaterally enforce pandemic restrictions without oversight or checks and balances. The media support unilateral state power only when it works in favor of their agenda. The bottom line is this: State government powers do not supersede the Bill of Rights. NO ONE has the legal power to take away your inherent liberties. Those that claim otherwise have something to gain from your enslavement.
ENJOY THANKSGIVING AND CHRISTMAS WITH ALL YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY!