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    Default Re: New Jersey giving the finger to the Bill of Rights yet again

    Quote Originally Posted by john9001 View Post
    In the United States of America, an interstate compact is an agreement between two or more states. Article I, Section 10 of the United States Constitution provides that "No State shall, without the Consent of Congress... enter into any Agreement or Compact with another State.".
    Aren't states that enter into reciprocity agreements then violating the same order?

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    Default Re: New Jersey giving the finger to the Bill of Rights yet again

    Consent of Congress..

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    Default Re: New Jersey giving the finger to the Bill of Rights yet again

    If Obama or Hillary were President right now we would be hearing about a new virus in China that is affecting that country right now so make sure to get this years flu shot.
    ​Masks are being used to promote fear in order to demonstrate control.

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    Default Re: New Jersey giving the finger to the Bill of Rights yet again

    Quote Originally Posted by bogey1 View Post
    Yes they will, and vote him in AGAIN.
    New Jersians are stupid, but NOT THAT STUPID...are they?

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    Default Re: New Jersey giving the finger to the Bill of Rights yet again

    Quote Originally Posted by john9001 View Post
    In the United States of America, an interstate compact is an agreement between two or more states. Article I, Section 10 of the United States Constitution provides that "No State shall, without the Consent of Congress... enter into any Agreement or Compact with another State.".
    Apologies for the minor thread derail:

    Barring the already obvious unconstitutionality due to the end-run around the explicitly enumerated electoral college process and intent, are the existing signatories of the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact also in violation of this provision by entering into an agreement without consent of Congress? Or has Congress already somehow "consented" away our electoral college integrity by authorizing the NPVIC? How does consent for such compacts? Implied or explicit?

    Not that it should matter in this case: it should require a Constitutional amendment to gut the EC.
    I am not a lawyer.

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    Default Re: New Jersey giving the finger to the Bill of Rights yet again

    Quote Originally Posted by internet troll View Post
    I know.... nothing new about New Jersey putting itself above the Constitution. We see it with firearms all the time in New Jersey. Most here are aware of what Murphy and New Jersey think about the Constitution and the rights it “guarantees “. This is just one more piece of evidence about New Jersey’s disdain of the supreme law of the land.

    The Bill of Rights is the codified protections citizens have from the government.



    The First amendment
    “ Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

    Congress did not pass a law here but apparently certain governors are now kings who can override the spirit/purpose of the Bill of Rights.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/organizer...inal-violation

    Organizer of NJ coronavirus stay-at-home protest hit with criminal violation
    Robert Gearty9 hours ago
    Protests across the country erupt over stay-at-home orders

    President Trump defends protests against stay-at-home orders as there is a growing resistance; Congressman Brian Mast weighs in.

    Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.

    The organizer of a protest against New Jersey’s coronavirus stay-at-home order is facing a criminal charge, authorities said.

    Kim Pagan, of Toms River, N.J., was charged Friday following the small but noisy demonstration in front of the New Jersey Statehouse in Trenton.

    New Jersey police accused Pagan of violating emergency stay-at-home orders issued by Gov. Phil Murphy to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

    Pagan was issued a summons and not arrested, according to a news release from state Attorney General Gurbir Grewal.


    MAINE LAWMAKER ORGANIZES PROTEST OF GOVERNOR’S CORONAVIRUS STAY-AT-HOME ORDER

    “If you think emergency orders are more like guidelines than actual rules, think again,” Grewal said in a tweet Friday.

    Pagan has to answer to the charge in Muncipal Court. Violations of emergency orders constitute a disorderly persons offense carrying a potential sentence of up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine, Gewal said.

    The protesters gathered outside the Statehoiuse as Murphy and other state officials held a media briefing about the COVID-19 pandemic inside, News 12 New Jersey reported.

    CLICK HERE FOR MORE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE

    Protesters called on the Democratic governor to reopen New Jersey and allow people to go back to work and start to repair the economy.

    Video of the protest posted on social media, captured a woman holding a megaphone shouting, “Open New Jersey now.”

    Vehicles driving by could be heard honking their horns.

    The protest drew a relatively small crowd and was being policed by troopers wearing masks to protect against the virus, according to NJ.com.

    CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

    Protests against coronavirus stay-at-home orders have been held by conservatives and President Trump supporters in other states, including Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Minnesota and California, according to reports.

    I see some good civil rights violation lawsuits by anyone who has been arrested for violating any executive orders put forth by any governor of any state. These EO's are suggestions, they are not duly enacted laws.
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