Covid Laws

It is said that two wrongs don't make a right, but that is exactly what lawmakers seem to think. First they forced people to stay at home and not go to work or school. Then they voted to provide Trillions of taxpayer money to pay for this mistake. Still, businesses large and small can't survive this unconstitutional laws (unfair taxation and preventing people from congregating).

Next they want to force corona virus vaccinations. When will the they stop passing unconstitutional laws which take away our freedoms in the name of "We know what is good for you so we will force you to do it?" This is exactly why the American Revolution was fought. Some elitists thought they knew what was best for the common man and forced their agenda on them taking more and more freedom until they had very little or none at all.

I can see wearing a mask, washing hands, and taking temperatures voluntarily, but once you pass a law that this has to be done, you have the line into tyranny. Our Declaration of Independence demands that citizens fight this kind of tyranny. If businesses want to demand this, fine, customers can choose to comply or not use the business, but the government has no right to force this, nor to shut down businesses and jeopardize the livelihood of millions and put our nation's economy and therefore our national security at risk.

The economic and social fallout from these unconstitutional actions have only begun to be seen.

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