Skip to comments.Massachusetts Supreme Court took away its citizens' essential private property rights
Posted on 09/21/2021 8:29:19 AM PDT by Paul46360
In the waning days of 2020, as COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts were summiting the highest peak of the pandemic, the Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) of Massachusetts decided that the First Amendment’s Assembly Clause does not protect private assembly by private citizens in “private homes.” According to the state’s high court, whether, when, and how the citizens of Massachusetts may gather in each other’s dens and bedrooms are all questions of “significant government interest” to the state’s governor, and are therefore within his regulatory power.
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The scotus will shut this down.
However, I see the US as 50 separate “mostly sovereign” countries (similar to the EU). There are many of these countries I have no interest in visiting because they are counter to my world view and personal freedom.
blackrobes without accountability
are not beholden to the US Constitution.
South Africa, most recently.
There was a meme floating around last year when the lockdowns were happening and restaurants and bars were closed and they were doing their best to keep people from seeing each other.
Something to the effect.....Leading up to the Revolutionary War, the people in the colonies met in pubs and homes to discuss what the King was doing....something like that.
Wonder how true that is and if the globalists are doing what they do because of that tidbit of historical fact?
Wasn’t it Ginsburg that said the US should scrap the Constitution and re-write one like the one they have in South Africa?
Never assume the supreme Court will do the right thing
Skeletor did say that.
And the modern day those pubs would be Twitter and facebook. And pretty much the same thing is happening there too
One example then was if one had more than X number of people for their backyard pool swim, you had to hire a State approved lifeguard.
I would argue that they don’t have the power to do that. They only have as much power as We the People are willing to give them.
Try to avoid putting yourself at the mercy of any court, it's nuts out there.
That is how my wife and I see it, as well.
We are not a nation of laws.
We are a nation of lawyers.
One expect anything different from Assachusettes.
Good point. Add on to that the omnipresent government would rather have you on the net so they can monitor your speech and ideas.
Don’t worry, I’m sure Charlie Baker will intervene here and stop this insanity... </sarc>
no kidding...just after that sigh of relief after the illegal takings from landlords across the USA from the CDC
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