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The People Of South Carolina Reject S915, The SC “Health Czar” Bill, That Would Give A Single Person Absolute Power During “Public Health Emergencies” – Governor Wants To Push It Back Through (Video)

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The US Constitution provides no authority to the federal government to meddle in affairs of health just as it provides no authority to meddle in education.  South Carolina, which has one of the longest state constitutions in the US, like many Confederate states at the time had education forced on them by the federal government, something they should never have been involved in.  Sadly, South Carolina made “public health” a part of government in 1699 when the first position of “State Health Officer” in North America was created by the General Assembly of Carolina after the first of several Yellow Fever epidemics struck Charleston.  Following the People via their representatives denying a single czar to have aboslute power in “pubic health emergencies,” Governor Henry McMaster wants to press the issue and bring it back to the legislature in June for another vote.

First, listen as Governor McMaster issues his press conference in the matter.

According to Evan Mulch:

S915 – the SC “Health Czar” bill which creates a new Secretary of Health and Policy position, given authority over all six public health agencies, councils, and advisory boards and determines health regulations – such as those enforced during a “public health emergency.” Governor McMaster’s initial appointee would have all the powers associated with the position without the usual ‘advice and consent of the senate’ for the first year – this includes power over public mandates during an election cycle with the threat of felony charges for noncompliance to emergency measures.

The legislature would need a 2/3 vote from both houses to remove the appointee (for cause). The governor can replace the Health Czar without cause.

Listen to his interview with Amanda Hovis with the Spartanburg Christian Action Network.

While McMaster certainly was not as bad as many governors across the country during the CONvid-1984, he did make some pretty poor and tyrannical decisions by going along with the narrative and a czar, remember those from Communist Russia, is the wrong move to make decisions for the many South Carolinians living in the state.

For more, check out these references.

Fits News article https://www.fitsnews.com/2024/03/12/guest-column-group-advising-south-carolina-lawmakers-on-restructuring-might-surprise-you/

Act 60 (S399) https://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess125_2023-2024/prever/399_20230511.htm

Highlighted sections of Act 60: 1-30-10(A), 48-6-20(A), 1-30-135, 1-30-140, Section 14C. Other referenced SC Code: 44-1-70, 44-12-50(B)(1), 44-1-40, 1-3-240(C)(1). S915 (most recent version passed by the senate with good amendments, stopped before house non-concurred and sent to conference committee: https://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess125_2023-2024/bills/915.htm

BCG red herring interim report accusing SC of being the most “fragmented” health services structure with 8 independent agencies – although the number is actually 6 (which would put us in line with 18 other states)- and providing no independent data from their research nor evidence showing improved health outcomes across the board simply by consolidating health agencies. States with poor health outcomes were evenly divided between more and less consolidated systems based on their own illustrations: https://bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com/postandcourier.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/c/a1/ca11afc2-bbba-11ee-b3be-7f584c96ee55/65b2bc1705fc5.pdf.pdf www.scstatehouse.gov video archives of budget debates.

Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media

Tim Brown

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