Cuomo is Just the Beginning of Governors Who Are Violating the First Amendment of Our Constitution

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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.
Governors can not make you wear a face mask, prevent people from assembling in peaceful groups as well as how many people can be in your house. If you lived in a Communist Country, you would not have these freedoms.
I hope someone or groups will sue these idiots in Federal Court and go on to the Supreme Court.
 

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I used to think that if fascism came to this country, it would arrive waving a flag and holding a cross. Boy, was I ever wrong.

It arrived on the back of a little virus while hating both the flag and the cross.
 

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The Supreme Court just recently made a 5 to 4 ruling in favor of allowing religious meetings regardless of governor bans during Covid.
If all the members of the Supreme Court were totally dedicated to following the Constitution as written.
The ruling would have been 9 to 0 ..... :thup:
 

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The Supreme Court just recently made a 5 to 4 ruling in favor of holding religious meetings.
If all the members of the Supreme Court were totally dedicated to following the Constitution as written.
The ruling would have been 9 to 0 ..... :thup:
Yes, I don't agree with their ruling. You do not need to go to church for one to worship God.
 

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The common good prevails over individualism.
The common good prevails over individualism.
Is that in the BIll of Rights?
Its a fact of life, that is why you have drunk driving laws, just in case you kill someone.
It may be a fact of life, but it's NOT a law.
Yes its a law, you can't drink and drive.
Deflecting?

"The common good prevails over individualism." is NOT a law.
 

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The common good prevails over individualism.
The common good prevails over individualism.
Is that in the BIll of Rights?
Its a fact of life, that is why you have drunk driving laws, just in case you kill someone.
It may be a fact of life, but it's NOT a law.
Yes its a law, you can't drink and drive.
Deflecing?

"The common good prevails over individualism." is NOT a law.
It actually is.
 

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The common good prevails over individualism.
The common good prevails over individualism.
Is that in the BIll of Rights?
Its a fact of life, that is why you have drunk driving laws, just in case you kill someone.
It may be a fact of life, but it's NOT a law.
Yes its a law, you can't drink and drive.
Deflecing?

"The common good prevails over individualism." is NOT a law.
It actually is.

Where?
 

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The common good prevails over individualism.
The common good prevails over individualism.
Is that in the BIll of Rights?
Its a fact of life, that is why you have drunk driving laws, just in case you kill someone.
It may be a fact of life, but it's NOT a law.
Yes its a law, you can't drink and drive.
Deflecing?

"The common good prevails over individualism." is NOT a law.
It actually is.

Where?
Court: Requiring smallpox vaccine does not violate First Amendment
The U.S. Supreme Court, in an opinion by Justice John Marshall Harlan I, ruled that the state of Massachusetts acted constitutionally within its police powers to pass a law to protect the health and safety of the public.

Jacobson v. Massachusetts | The First Amendment Encyclopedia (mtsu.edu)
 

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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.
Governors can not make you wear a face mask, prevent people from assembling in peaceful groups as well as how many people can be in your house. If you lived in a Communist Country, you would not have these freedoms.
I hope someone or groups will sue these idiots in Federal Court and go on to the Supreme Court.
He didn’t violate the constitution.
1. The case was moot because the district isn’t red zoned anymore. The court had nothing to rule on.

2. the case was remanded.

3. Screw you and any other religious freaks who think you should be able to kill other people.
 

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The common good prevails over individualism.
The common good prevails over individualism.
Is that in the BIll of Rights?
Its a fact of life, that is why you have drunk driving laws, just in case you kill someone.
It may be a fact of life, but it's NOT a law.
Yes its a law, you can't drink and drive.
Deflecing?

"The common good prevails over individualism." is NOT a law.
It actually is.

Where?
Court: Requiring smallpox vaccine does not violate First Amendment
The U.S. Supreme Court, in an opinion by Justice John Marshall Harlan I, ruled that the state of Massachusetts acted constitutionally within its police powers to pass a law to protect the health and safety of the public.

Jacobson v. Massachusetts | The First Amendment Encyclopedia (mtsu.edu)
That seems to be about forcing citizens to get a shot.

Where's the one requiring churches to close?
 

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The common good prevails over individualism.
The common good prevails over individualism.
Is that in the BIll of Rights?
Its a fact of life, that is why you have drunk driving laws, just in case you kill someone.
It may be a fact of life, but it's NOT a law.
Yes its a law, you can't drink and drive.
Deflecing?

"The common good prevails over individualism." is NOT a law.
It actually is.

Where?
Court: Requiring smallpox vaccine does not violate First Amendment
The U.S. Supreme Court, in an opinion by Justice John Marshall Harlan I, ruled that the state of Massachusetts acted constitutionally within its police powers to pass a law to protect the health and safety of the public.

Jacobson v. Massachusetts | The First Amendment Encyclopedia (mtsu.edu)
That seems to be about forcing citizens to get a shot.

Where's the one requiring churches to close?
You forgot one imp fact:

its police powers to pass a law to protect the health and safety of the public.
 

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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.
Governors can not make you wear a face mask, prevent people from assembling in peaceful groups as well as how many people can be in your house. If you lived in a Communist Country, you would not have these freedoms.
I hope someone or groups will sue these idiots in Federal Court and go on to the Supreme Court.
You have the constitutional right to ignore health directives and spread a deadly virus..got it
 

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