A crack in the armor of tyranny has just occurred.
A major breakthrough against the violation of our civil rights took place on Wednesday when the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that Stay at home orders are officially illegal.
As expected, Wisconsin bars were packed with patrons immediately after the announcement was made.
The justices wrote in their decision on Wednesday that “an agency cannot confer on itself the power to dictate the lives of law-abiding individuals as comprehensively as the order does without reaching beyond the executive branch’s authority.”
Translation – in Wisconsin Plain English – We’re not putting up with this crap anymore…and neither should you.
This is awesome AND necessary.
Hopefully it starts a groundswell throughout the country.
The more this is challenged, the more we will see that this has been an illegal exercise of power from the beginning.
It’s also the first major step in turning back the tides against the elitists who’ve purposefully destroyed the global economy for their sinister agenda.
Bouncing back from losing 33 Million jobs in America (so far) won’t be easy…but it has to start somewhere.
And Thank God the good folks of Wisconsin are the first to have stepped up to the challenge.
It’s also reassuring knowing that Americans can only be pushed so far before they push back.
This is a huge victory.
Ironically (or NOT) you probably haven’t heard much about this from the Whores-Of-Babble-On Presstitutes.
Don’t expect to.
It doesn’t fit their corrupt agenda.
At the same time, you’re not hearing much about the unraveling of the Obama legacy happening in real time.
Here’s an excerpt: Newly declassified House transcripts show that Hillary Clinton presidential campaign chairman John Podesta met with a former Senate Intelligence Committee aide to join forces regarding the dossier with Fusion GPS for the post-election phase of trying to dig up dirt on President Trump. This is the same Fusion GPS that Mueller never mentions in his report and pretended that it was not part of his investigation.
Read about it – along with the naming of names – in our May newsletter (HERE).