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New Jersey Governor On “Stay At Home” Orders: “I Wasn’t Thinking Of The Bill Of Rights”

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Politicians have started to admit that they don’t take basic human rights into account when barking commands they expect people to follow. If this isn’t more evidence that we should nullify their commands by going about our business and ignoring their insistence on tyranny, then I don’t what is.

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Politicians are stopping at nothing to force authoritarian controls over the masses. New Jersey governor admitted to Tucker Carlson that he did not take basic human rights into account when proving himself a tyrant. On Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy (D) stated that he “wasn’t thinking of the Bill of Rights” when he implemented his state’s stay-at-home order, but that he did consult with legal counsel, according to a report by Breitbart

Legality and morality are two different things.  Just because something is legal doesn’t necessarily mean its right and just because something is right does not necessarily mean it’s legal.  The sooner Americans realize this and take their power back from these tyrants, the sooner we will be free as humans were always intended to be.

Murphy began by defending his power grab and tyrannical order by arguing that there won’t be an economic recovery until there’s a “complete or near-complete healthcare recovery.” And that more testing in the state would be helpful in reopening.

The discussion then turned back to the restrictions on religious services. Host Tucker Carlson asked, “By what authority did you nullify the Bill of Rights in issuing this order? How do you have the power to do that?”

Murphy responded, “That’s above my pay grade, Tucker. So, I wasn’t thinking of the Bill of Rights when we did this.” Murphy continued that he looked at science and data on social distancing. –Breitbart

Government officials are losing power quickly as Americans begin to realize they never had the power they assumed they did.  The best way we can show these tyrants that they don’t control us is to push back by going about our business.  Tyrants fall when people cease to obey their commands. It’s been time to push back for weeks now.

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Article posted with permission from Mac Slavo


The Washington Standard


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