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AZTrumpette1776 12 points ago +12 / -0

Now hold those that violated his right accountable!!! FFUUCCKK

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xchainlinkx 11 points ago +11 / -0

Now we need charges against those officials who violated his rights!

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corrbrick 5 points ago +5 / -0

Overruling lower courts, the justices ruled that the restrictions on gatherings and the stay-at-home mandate Edwards imposed were unconstitutional as they applied to Spell.

Have to be a supreme level judge to figure that out. A higher level body, like We the People, might consider such things to be unconstitutional as they applied to every American.

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VetforTrump 4 points ago +4 / -0

Now charge the people violating civil rights. You want this shit done peacefully, then give us justice and make sure anyone pulling their bullshit pays.

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pawzo 3 points ago +3 / -0

All charged dropped. No punishment or anything to those who violated his freedom. What's the fucking point of being in court then if charges are just dropped and evil bastards are not held accountable, while continuing to follow the Agenda. Burn those courts, the fuck we need one-sided ruling there anyways.

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Q20191776 2 points ago +2 / -0

How Yahoo News reports this:

"While the Governor disagrees with the Court’s ruling and maintains that his orders were both necessary and lawful, he is accepting of it. Each and every action Gov. Edwards took throughout the COVID pandemic was done with the goal of protecting the public’s health and saving lives," said Christina Stephens Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications and Special Projects.

Stephens also said, "Edwards has always recognized the importance of places of worship during COVID, which is why they were never closed while the public health emergency was in place." She also noted he worked closely with faith leaders throughout the pandemic and encouraged them to hold services as safely as possible to protect their congregations.

While acknowledging the progress made against COVID, she continued, "we must never forget the more than 17,000 Louisianans who have died from the virus nor those who were either hospitalized or suffered serious illness as a result of it.


https://news.yahoo.com/louisiana-supreme-court-drops-charges-220044183.html

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Galvatron27 2 points ago +2 / -0

I just finished 1984 and I'm going to post some notable quotations as they fit in our society today and reading yahoo's version is straight out of the ministry of truth.

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FEARNOT 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Governor looks like the Joker missing his makeup.