Reminder: Governors Can Not Create Laws

Governors, heath directors, and mayors often use the word “mandate” “mandatory” “orders” and “required”, but they are actually BLUFFING. They have no legal authority for any of this. The United States functions on the rule of law. No regulation . . . no violation. The same goes for license commissions, such as ABC who try to shut down bars for not social distancing and requiring masks. Go to the administrative hearing and challenge them. There is no code violation for not following illegal rules.

OPEN your business, OPEN schools. Don’t require masks. In fact, it’s safer to forbid masks because they are disgusting bacteria traps. If we don’t stand up against this now, all small businesses will be closed for good. We will have nothing but government stores like Walmart. Fight for your freedom.


Author: Lynne

I research and write about questionable cases, unfair trials, police misconduct, wrongful convictions and exonerations.

2 thoughts on “Reminder: Governors Can Not Create Laws”

  1. ” Don’t require masks. In fact, it’s safer to forbid masks because they are disgusting bacteria traps. ”
    This is quite wrong. Where did you get this information?

    1. We have people going into restaurants setting them down on the table – the equivalent of a snotty tissue. Then the server has to clean that table and touch all those face germs. Servers deliver food to tables with their bare hands after fiddling constantly with their face cover. People handle produce after touching their face cover, leaving whatever germs or viruses they breathed out on the food. People in the kitchen can’t hear others properly and there could be a danger, fire or other emergency and they wouldn’t hear it. This is simple common sense. Did you even bother to read the studies?


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