Across our Republic, governors and bureaucrats claiming executive power to combat the COVID-19 virus have assumed absolute power over the actions of those they are supposed to serve.
Whether it’s New Jersey banning the sale of firearms, to Virginia issuing a stay-at-home order, we are teetering on the fine edge of totalitarian rule. . .
. . . With no constitutional authority to do so.
What is next? “Into the boxcar infected citizen?”
Don’t laugh -- FDR did exactly that to innocent citizens without due process during World War II.
Drunk with power, Governor Northam has violated his oath of office to protect and defend the Virginia State Constitution, and it is time to do something about it.
Here at Virginia Campaign for Liberty, we are fighting for your constitutionally protected rights to keep and bear arms, work to obtain property, and assemble peaceably -- including the right to attend worship services.
But we need your help.
Nearly SEVENTEEN MILLION Americans have filed for unemployment in the last three weeks.
And Governor Northam seems determined to add to and drag out the suffering while claiming he’s really saving us.
Unless you and I stand up for our rights RIGHT NOW, the Virginia we love will never be put right.
Draconian measures such as those seen in places like China have no place in our constitutional republic!
Governor Northam is using fear and panic to trample on your constitutionally protected rights and denying Virginians the right to provide for their families.
America was founded upon personal responsibility and self-governance.
We rely on honest science, honest data, and hard facts. We should not rely on media-driven hysteria and conflicting reports.
Ultimately, each individual has a God-given right to exercise what is best for themselves and their families.
Those who want to isolate should isolate, and those who want to work should work!
It’s up to liberty-loving Virginians like you and me to end this madness, and I need all hands on deck.
Tags: Virginia, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Governor Northam