Don’t Stand So Close to Me

Or you WILL get arrested.

Apparently protesting a governor for redress of grievances, during a time of arbitrary suspension of the first amendment to the U.S. constitution, is grounds for arrest.

As a result 33 Californians were were arrested for not complying with the governor’s order they were protesting against.

Their failure of citizens to keep distant from each-other made them scofflaws to the dictates of the state government.

Berlin Sacramento, 1935 2020

…or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Those officers violating their oaths and whatever honor they might have had left prior to suiting up that day really ought to go home, pour a stiff one, rack that slide and do the honorable thing for once.

That might just be enough to wash off the filthy stains their un-Constitutional acts have left on the uniform and badge.

Time to end this COVIDIOT Enabling Act.

Thatisall.

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angrywebmaster
May 3, 2020 05:27

The cases will fall apart for the blatant violations of the Constitution. Barr is Not Holder or Lynch and he’s instructing the US attorneys to look into these actions. Next you have the flat out refusals of people to follow the diktats of these jumped up tyrants. Wretched Gretchen in Michigan is doubling down on her stupid, but local officials… Read more »