3 responses to “GOP Senators To Murphy: Develop a Plan to Reopen Jersey Shore”

  1. Great guys, you are on the record. Where were your ideas or offers to help? And you wonder why you are permanently in the minority?

  2. How about a lawsuit because our constitutional rights are being trampled? You work for us, do your job!

  3. They cannot, even in an emergency infringe on any citizen’s constitutional rights. That includes freedom to move about, to enjoy nature, beaches, parks etc.
    I would implore Senator Testa to contact AG Barr to investigate Murphy on his obviously illegal and unconstitutional violations of the citizens rights.
    This was the ruling of The United States Supreme Court shortly after the “civil war” in Ex parte Milligan, 71 U.S. 2 (1866) which yet stands to this day:
    “ Neither the legislature nor any executive or judicial officer may disregard the provisions of the constitution in case of emergency….
    ” Section 98 therefore, ANYONE who declares the suspension of constitutionally guaranteed rights (to freely travel, peacefully assemble, earn a living, freely worship, etc.) and or attempts to enforce such suspension within 50 independent, sovereign, continental United States of America is making war against our constitution(s) and, therefore, we the people.
    They violate their constitutional oath and, thus, immediately forfeit their office and authority and their proclamations may be disregarded with impunity.
    Attorney General Bill Barr has instructed federal prosecutors to “be on the lookout” for overly restrictive state and local shutdown orders that may infringe on people’s constitutional rights.
    “Many policies that would be unthinkable in regular times have become commonplace in recent weeks, and we do not want to unduly interfere with the important efforts of state and local officials to protect the public,” Barr’s memo said. “But the Constitution is not suspended in times of crisis.”
    The attorney general noted that while in the past, the DOJ warned against orders that discriminate against religious institutions, “the Constitution also forbids, in certain circumstances, discrimination against disfavored speech and undue interference with the national economy.”
    The Justice Department previously filed a statement of interest in a Mississippi lawsuit, siding with a church after local officials tried to stop Holy Week services broadcasting to people sitting in their cars in the parking lot.

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