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After Governor Evers announced that he would be extending the state’s stay at home order on Thursday evening, Sheriff Schalmaling declared on Friday that he took an oath to uphold the Constitution and would not enforce the order.
Several Republicans in the state threatened to file a lawsuit against the governor after the extension was announced.
Sheriff Schmaling would like the Department of Health Services to compose a plan that allows business owners to operate in a capacity that is safe but allows them to resume business.
“The state law does not have the authority to supersede or suspend the Constitutional rights of Americans citizens,”
“I took an oath to uphold the constitutional rights of our citizens and I cannot in good faith participate in the destruction of Racine Co. businesses or interfere in the freedoms granted to all of us by our Constitution,”
– Sheriff Christopher Schmaling
In Michigan four sheriff’s announced that they also would not uphold their state’s stay at home order
“Each of us took an oath to uphold and defend the Michigan Constitution, as well as the US Constitution, and to ensure that your God given rights are not violated. We believe that we are the last line of defense in protecting your civil liberties,”
– Michigan Sheriff
Many Americans across the country have started protesting stay at home orders saying that it violates their Constitutional Rights. While we as Americans understand the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic it does not take away our rights as citizens.
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