Skip to comments.Q Anon: 09/23/20 Trust Trump's Plan ~ Vol.288, Q Day 1062
Posted on 09/23/2020 10:11:59 AM PDT by ransomnote
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Here’s the text of the new q drops not home can’t post the images currently
What did we learn this week?
1. Check Gmail?
What did we learn this week?
1. Durham ‘true’ start?
2. Durham ‘take-over’ Huber [select parts re: CF-i]?
What if there’s another prosecutor (outside of DC) assigned by SESSIONS w/ the same mandate/authority?
Another Q image drop of trump waving the flag on a NYC rooftop
Not the first time I”ve made
this kind of mistake.
I need to remember to not trust tweeter.
I raised the question in first year law (circa 1980):
Given the courts opinion, shouldnt the SCOTUS /only/ sit and rule over questions of constitutionality of law and and interstate agreements (trade)?
Dr. Smith says, That is a question for next year.
I stuck with my Chem degree.
My Business Law teacher, in graduate school, tried to get me to go to law school. I looked at the requirements—talk about BORING—decided to stick with Business degree. Ha.
All good, no worries brQ
Here is a newscast of the bleacher video It says in the newscast it was because she wasn’t wearing a mask.
The christians were not in Aus/NZ but in Moscow Idaho.
This has been going on for awhile. Didn’t you see the Dallas salon owner was arrested for going to work? Or the gym owner for going to work, or the barber for going to work. How about the folks who were arrested for writing on a public sidewalk in chalk in front of a planned parenthood. Or the guy who had to flee protesters trying to pull him out of his car, and got arrested. How about the guy who used a pellet gun on a thief on his property stealing his Trump sign. He got arrested, the thief did not.
What these police officers are doing is illegal. There is no such thing as just following orders. I have never, nor do I know anyone who has ever committed a crime because their boss told them to. The Constitution is the supreme law of the land, and it is illegal for police officers to violate someone’s civil rights. That means all of their rights, not just the 2nd. It doesn’t matter the color of ones skin, or how unsympathetic the victim may be. We either 100% believe in the Constitution or we don’t.
Currently, police have qualified immunity. In other words, if they make a mistake and get sued, the police dept. must pay restitution. Or, in other words, the taxpayer. QI is necessary to protect police from being expected to know every nuance in the law. HOWEVER, if a police officer willingly violates someones Constitution right, he/she should pay it himself. Threat of losing ones job is really not enough, because we dont know if they will actually be fired or not from a corrupt police force.
Just like threat of arrest makes people comply, threat of losing ones qualified immunity should work as well.
It would not take to many police officers having to pay out 40 to 50k for this nonsense to stop.
Thanks for your response. I certainly don’t expect everyone who was disgusted to respond, but I was hoping for some innovative solutions if we find ourselves in this situation as a bystander. Also, a solution for demanding police honor their oath and stop violating people’s civil rights, without getting called a cop hater. For example, all of us were rightfully angry at the judge who tried to keep the Dallas salon owner in jail, but nobody was angry at the cop who illegally arrested her. But for him, she would not have been put in the position she was put in.
It’s difficult because it puts one in the position of “fighting city hall”. And generally alone because most are cowed into compliance.
Its difficult because it puts one in the position of fighting city hall. And generally alone because most are cowed into compliance.
Yes, but it shouldn’t be alone. I am trying to get folks to have a conversation on what can be done instead of just sitting there like all the others at the ballgame.
During the 2008 election cycle, we went out for dinner with family/friends. Someone, of course, made a nasty comment about Sarah Palin. Even though I was with 3 other Palin supporters, I was the only one who simply said “I like her”. It would have meant so much to have the 3 other known and possibly more unknown supporters simply speak up. I’m not talking about fighting with these other guests, or getting into the weeds on policy. Just a simple I agree with magglepuss.
I posted a video of Christians being arrested in the United States of America. Around the same time, someone else, sadly lost a beloved pet. I don’t begrudge the 16 condolence messages, but maybe we could get more than 2 folks brainstorming about the Christians.
Why aren't there 1st amendment lawsuits? The constitution is still in effect, dempanic or no.
Why aren’t there 1st amendment lawsuits?
Police officers have qualified immunity. In order for them to personally be sued, a judge must order that what they did was “outrageous”. At that point they lose their qualified immunity. However all govt. officials have qualified immunity from civil lawsuits, including judges. So I doubt judges are going to waive this protection allowing a civil suit to go forward.
My concern started way before this pandemic. 8 cops would show up because some skinny guy with a camera was filming a taxpayer funded building. (freedom of the press). Then there is the so called drug sniffing dogs? Total 4th amendment violation. Or insisting that a non criminal ID, again total civil rights violation. In this country, we don’t have to show papers to travel.
I know there are good cops, but seeing the protesters criminally doing anything they want, and then to see law abiding citizens getting arrested, threatened with arrest, or just plain stopped and asked silly questions like “where are you going” “where have you been”.
I saw a video this morning. A black guy was driving and pulled over. The guy was well dressed, and a professional therapist. He had a home appointment at someones home. The police using a bullhorn made him get out of his car, GET ON HIS KNEES, and put his hands on his head. All in broad daylight. Guess what he was getting pulled over for.......A SEATBELT VIOLATION. The officer didn’t think he pulled over fast enough. He said it took him 1 minute to stop his car. The “criminal seatbelt violator” said he drove further because he did’t want to stop right in front of his clients house and have him see him getting pulled over by the police. Then the cops asked if they could search his car? For what!
Anyway, there are tons of these videos. Look up 1st amendment audits. Some auditors are really good, some are jerks. Sometimes bad language.
I agree, we, collectively, have surrendered too much liberty. The courts have been complicate.
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