Attorneys Fight for Constitutional Rights Against Tyranny
First, they wanted everyone masked and stocked up on hand sanitizer,
then came the toilet paper mania, and in short time states were mandating
stay-at-home quarantines and “non-essential” business closures due to COVID-19.
What began as a two-week quarantine, turned into weeks and months, and by May
they had crashed the entire economy. Everything was blown out of proportion,
including the potential death rate, sending a lightning bolt of panic through
the country. With each week, more freedoms were stripped away, people’s constitutional
rights were stomped on, unjustified fines and arrests were being implemented
against people who couldn’t wear masks, those who attempted to open their
business so they could feed their families, or those who wished to pray at
church. In a matter of a few short months, the country was turned upside down
and governors were abusing their authority.
Eventually, class action suits began in multiple states, citizens organized protests only to have their 1st amendment rights shut down due to “health concerns,” by the same governors who promoted and attended George Floyd protests. Hundreds of other class action lawsuits against companies for committing fraud, failure to refund tickets, impact on voters rights, impact on employees, business interruption, impact on legal rights, schools, homeowners and other cases during COVID-19 were also filed. It is a lengthy list, well worth reviewing. In Western Pennsylvania, Giant Eagle supermarket is facing over 30 lawsuits for not allowing shoppers to enter who are not wearing masks due to disabilities. Lawsuits are likely to continue for months to come, as more and more people stand up for their rights.
Corey’s Digs has reported extensively on the COVID-19 situation since it began:
COVID-19: Inside The Hospital & Why The Lockdown?
When The Masks Went On, Their Masks Came Off
Investigations & The Battle for a Vaccine: Where is This Headed?
Bobby Roush, and The Truth Behind Contact Tracing Surveillance
Protesters Provide Cover WhileRead More