Wayne County Michigan Prosecutor Dismisses Cases Related To Whitmer’s Unconstitutional Edicts
It’s been a year since the big scam-demic started. Americans, being the good people we know ourselves to be, complied with “government edicts” because of an emergency due to an illness, expecting to be on “house arrest” for only two weeks. Americans felt it was the right thing to do for their country and their fellow Americans despite all the orders being contrary to our Constitution. However, two weeks turned into a year, with no end in sight to the unconstitutional, dictatorial, lawless edicts. While small businesses have suffered, big corporations profited. Many business owners who attempted to open their businesses were met with license revocations, fines, threats of jail time and ever more oppressive edicts. All the while, no one in government missed a paycheck. Moreover, State dictators granted immunity to themselves, their favored donors, their “pet” industries, rioters, looters, arsonists, vandals, and other criminals engaging in criminal activity.
The people were granted justice by several State Supreme Court rulings and the federal Supreme Court rulings against these dictatorial edicts that had no constitutional basis. In Michigan, which had some of the most harsh, oppressive, tyrannical mandates outside of New York and California, a county prosecutor dismissed over 1,600 unconstitutional ordinance violations with fines being returned to “violators”.
Just The News reported the story.
A county prosecutor in Michigan has dismissed more than 1,600 ordinance violations and misdemeanor citations related to Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s coronavirus emergency orders that have been determined to violate the state Constitution.
The decision was made Monday by Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy, according to mlive.com.
Police across the state from April to October of last year enforced various emergency orders by the Whitmer administration that limited social gatherings, commerce and other activity. The enforcement stopped after the state Supreme Court ruled a 1945 law underpinning the orders was unconstitutional, the news website also reported.
Let’s examine this further. The police enforced dictatorial edicts because it was an emergency despite a law on the books to do so being unconstitutional. Aren’t the police supposed to know the law, which includes the State Constitution and the Constitution for the united States of America? And, wasn’t it James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay and Thomas Jefferson who indicated the final arbiter of what is and is not constitutional the people when elected officials fail to recognize it themselves?
Anyone who thinks the Supreme Court is the final arbiter of what is and is not constitutional, please cite Article, Section and Clause. Being it is “We the People” who created the form of government, ratified the Constitution, and consent to be governed by the Constitution, it is “We the People” who are the enforcers of the Constitution. Since the police are part of “We the People”, they are to hold all to the law, including elected officials.
But, as we are seeing, law enforcement has become the “strong arm” of dictators. And, before anyone gets their drawers wadded, let me say this. There is respect for law enforcement; but, more respect is given to the law. Yes, there are good law enforcement officers out there doing a good job. However, when those good law enforcement officers fail to follow the law and choose to ignore it because of unconstitutional actions on the part of elected officials, those officers are abetting evil by making the wrong choice.
The argument is always the same for doing such – “I was just following orders”; “I need my job”; “I have a family to support”; “I don’t want to stick my neck out there and be by myself”. On and on it goes with the justification to do what is unjustifiable. There is no sympathy given for those abetting terrorism – government by intimidation. All those business owners needed their jobs; their employees needed their jobs. They have families to support. They were willing to stand up for the right thing – the law, and accept the injustice perpetrated against them.
Misdemeanor by dictatorial decree or not, these individuals did nothing wrong. The same goes for those who are gathering in a social capacity.
Just The News continues with the story.
Whitmer ordered and enforced some of the most restrictive coronavirus health-safety mandates in the country, sparking backlash from residents who protested at the state capitol.
Worthy’s office said no legal basis exists to proceed with the cases, all related and pending cases will be dismissed, and that refunds related to fines or fees will be determined and ordered by the respective courts.
Kudos to Wayne County prosecutor Kym Worthy for these dismissals. Now, all other counties in Michigan should be doing the same thing.
For all law enforcement officers across the country:
It is advised that you read your prospective States’ Constitutions, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution for the united States of America, and the Holy Bible. It is by those documents that you can understand and determine which laws are in accordance with the said documents or are contrary to those documents. Enforce the righteous and just laws. Uphold the people’s God given individual unalienable rights. Refuse to enforce unconstitutional laws and dictatorial edicts.
If you refuse to follow the law yourself, you will be putting yourself on the same level as Hitler’s “brown shirts”, SS, and Gestapo, Stalin’s KGB, and Mao’s ruthless military. It’s time to choose sides – the law or lawlessness. Be wise in your choice for consequences always follow our choices and actions.
Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media