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KY Freedom Rally May 2

poetdante

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per foto caption "...more than a hundred showed up..."
More like two thousand


He is just itching to flex more muscle on the people and send in the JBTs

Whether Beshear will take action in the mass gathering, which violated his executive order, is to be determined. He said officials would "consider taking steps."

When asked if there will be any enforcement measures taken against participants in the Freedom Rally, a mass gathering that violated his March 19 executive order prohibiting such events, Beshear said, "We'll see."
 

solus

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per your cite...
"...a large group of protesters..." equates to two thousand?

neither cite expressed "thousands"...
 

Ghost1958

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Beshear doesnt dare try to use force to enforce his decrees.
To do so will 1 guarantee he is a one term gov.
2. Ensure there is a statewide physical backlash he knows full well he does not have the muscle to quell.
 

color of law

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Beshear doesnt dare try to use force to enforce his decrees.
To do so will 1 guarantee he is a one term gov.
2. Ensure there is a statewide physical backlash he knows full well he does not have the muscle to quell.
Are you sure about that? I mean did you pass that thought process passed gutshot II?
 

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Ghost1958

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It's pretty simple. Gov Andy doesn't have the constitutional authority to shut down a church.

Police without a warrant cannot remain on private property when told to leave unless they have a warrant or actually see a crime being committed.

Regardless what little Andy says he has no authority to close churches. Or private business for that matter.

QI doesn't cover everything. Especially not willing, blatant , public violation of constitutional rights.
 
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