NJ Governor Declares Bill of Rights Above His Pay Grade

by americaskeepersinc on April 16, 2020

Post by Ray Dietrich

The evaporation of rights is accelerating daily in this country, and it looks like it springs from absolute ignorance from elected officials.

Let’s take New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy for an example. Murphy took to Fox New’s Tucker Carlson to defend his decision to include churches and other houses of worship in his social distancing guidelines to stop the spread of the China virus.

When asked about the arrest of 15 men at a rabbi’s funeral at a NJ synagogue, here’s what he said:

TUCKER: “By what authority did you nullify the Bill of Rights in issuing this order?”

GOV. MURPHY: “That’s above my pay grade Tucker, so I wasn’t thinking of the Bill of Rights when we did this…”

TUCKER: “Well, I can tell.”

People are starting to stand up for their rights all across the country, yesterday in Michigan protests began. Operation Gridlock brought thousands of people to Lansing to protest Gov Whitmer’s actions, and four Michigan Sheriffs refused to follow her unconstitutional orders.

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