HEALTH & SCIENCE,  LAW & ORDER

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?

PIH, Bobby Roush, and The Truth Behind Contact Tracing Surveillance

Protesters Provide Cover While The Country Bleeds

Historical Hypocrisy & Psychological Warfare

LAW & ORDER

In April 2020, Attorney General Barr said that the DOJ would support legal action if governors’ restrictions go too far, and setup a hotline for people to report violations of civil rights: 866-720-5721, press 1. “We’re looking carefully at a number of these rules that are being put into place, and if we think that goes too far, we initially try to jawbone the governors into rolling them back or adjusting them. And if they’re not and people bring lawsuits, we file statement of interest and side with the plaintiffs. As lawsuits develop, as specific cases emerge in the states, we’ll take a look at them” Barr said.

Aside from the hundreds of class action suits taking place, with or without the support of the DOJ, there are attorneys and state reps fighting for people’s constitutional rights, that unfortunately don’t seem to make it in the headlines. It’s important that people spotlight these cases, especially those setting precedent, support those fighting for justice, and be aware that there are many avenues and resources for standing up for your rights. Submitting to fear and following the herd is not one of them.

CALIFORNIA

National Committeewoman of the Republican National Committee for California Harmeet Dhillon, refers to herself as a COVID-19 litigation warrior in her twitter profile. Founder of Dhillon Law Group, with offices in San Francisco and New York, Dhillon’s focus is in employment law, first amendment rights, election law matters, and commercial litigation. There is a dedicated COVID-19 litigation page on her website, with 16 cases challenging Gov. Newsom, many of which are partnered cases with the Center for American Liberty and other law firms.

Dhillon Law Group website.

FLORIDA

Rep Anthony Sabatini, Florida state representative for District 32, has filed lawsuits in St. Johns County, Hillsborough county and Orange county for unconstitutional mandatory mask ordinances. He believes that making masks mandatory violates the law.

On July 3rd, Sabatini tweeted “If you are arrested or fined for not wearing a mask – call me and I will represent you for free.

Sabatini can be contacted through the Florida House of Representatives contact page, or reached at 352-989-9100.


Founder of Florida Civil Rights Coalition, trial lawyer Louis Leo IV is representing residents in Palm Beach County Florida who are suing county commissioners for mandating masks that they allege have well-known risks and potential for serious injury and death. Leo believes that people need to be educated on pseudoscience, and has said “it’s coming largely from unethical organizations who profit from sickness and eliminating, not just civil rights, but human rights under the guise of disease prevention. You know what you’re doing is wrong.”

In June, Leo and other attorneys successfully won their case against Miami-Dade County who had arrested and charged over 50 people for enjoying the beach while COVID-19 unconstitutional county emergency orders were in place. All charges were dropped against the defendants.

INDIANA

Arie Lipinski of Noel Law seeks to represent individuals who have been subject to fines and arrests over mandatory masks and other restrictions due to COVID-19, as well as small businesses and churches that have suffered due to shelter-in-place orders.  Lipinski offers flexible fee arrangements, including contingency fees, and has worked pro bono on some cases pending circumstances.

Arie J. Lipinski
NOEL LAW
Carmel, Indiana
[email protected]
(317) 975-9754

TEXAS

Texas State Rep. Briscoe Cain has also stepped up to offer his services, tweeting out if you “get fined for not wearing a mask, I will gladly represent you. FOR FREE.”

Cain can be contacted at his firm, here.

Several other attorneys have stated that they wish to help people, many for free, but are in the process of formulating an action plan, and have requested to be published in a future article once that is finalized.

If you are an attorney or state representative fighting for our constitutional rights against this tyranny, by fee or pro bono, please contact Corey Lynn to be included in future publications, so we can continue to challenge these injustices.

Know Your Rights & Powerful Tools

When it comes to the constitution and knowing your rights, no one spells it out more clearly than constitutionalist KrisAnne Hall. As a former prosecutor for the State of Florida, author of six books on the Constitution and Bill of Rights, and host of The KrisAnne Hall Show, her knowledge runs deep. She is president of Liberty First University and teaches people about the constitution, while also fighting for people’s rights in the courts.

In the KrisAnne Hall Daily Journal Episode 1132, Hall explains the “Rights of the People vs Govt COVID Authority.” It is a must watch VIDEO.

Hall has also provided flyers for individuals and businesses pertaining to mandatory masks. A larger scale version can be downloaded here.

Another resource, the SSBAmerica website appears to provide some interesting legal templates and other resources that some may find helpful.

Stand Up For Your Rights or Lose Them

Corey’s Digs recently published a report titled ‘Let’s Get Real Before Real Gets Us,’ which is an important message, concluding that if we do not stand up for our rights now, we will give up all of our freedoms in the long run. This isn’t about a health issue with a death rate of less than 0.05%, it is about a virus that has been politically weaponized to control the masses, strip away everyone’s constitutional rights, and keep people in a state of panic and fear.

From day one, the Surgeon General told everyone that masks “are not effective in preventing general public from catching coronavirus.” Many have forgotten this.

The CDC cannot even state that they have scientific proof that masks prevent the spread of COVID-19, and instead claim they could prevent spray and “droplets,” which is why they state, “masks MAY help.” Contrary to their “droplet” claim, Dr. Anthony Fauci said “there’s no reason to be walking around with a mask. When you’re in the middle of an outbreak, wearing a mask might make people feel a little better and it might even block “a droplet,” but it’s not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is. And often, there are unintended consequences – people keep fiddling with the mask and they keep touching their face.” Even the World Health Organization stated that there is no evidence to show that masks prevent the spread of COVID-19. “In fact, there’s some evidence to suggest the opposite in the misuse of wearing a mask properly or fitting it properly,” executive director of the WHO health emergencies program said. The WHO later changed their tune when masks became a political agenda as riots ensued. So why are so many people buying into the fear tactics and unconstitutional mandates that governors are making?

The hypocrisy is so staggering, even the New York Times questioned why public health experts reversed course overnight to advocate for mass gatherings, after decrying the anti-lockdown protests as dangerous gatherings in a pandemic.

While churches still remain under restrictions and in the state of California no one is allowed to sing in church, even with their masks on, Black Lives Matter protests and riots are permitted to continue by the thousands. Bars, restaurants, small businesses, swimming pools and other outdoor activities still remain “non-essential” and a “threat to health” even though the curve has been flattened and the death rate remains lower than 0.05%.

Recently, Senator Dr. Scott Jensen, a family practice doctor of 40 years, came under attack by the political agenda surrounding COVID-19, and is now being investigated by the state’s medical practice board for “spreading misinformation about the coronavirus.” He spoke out about it on July 5, 2020.

It’s time to speak loudly, stand up for your rights, and fight for your constitutional freedoms before they are completely taken away from you.

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13 Comments

  • alan edward

    The Constitution of the United States of America;

    Article 1 Sec 10 Clause 1.

    As far as I am concerned in my little ol’ humble bias opinion is the Supreme law of the land and the “Constitution” in its entirety, Written by Judge Roger Sherman, Thomas Jefferson’s right hand man. And supersedes the “Bill of Rights,” The rest of the “Constitution” was written in invisible ink.

    Article 1, Section 10, Clause 1
    No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, or Law impairing the Obligations of Contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility.

    [by the way, ALL attorneys and judges are in fact “ESQUIRES..!” “NOBILITY”] BAR Members, Associates, Closed union shop..! VERMIN as the founding fathers so eloquently put it. A pestilence on society.!

    Article 1, Sec 10 in pertinent part;

    “No State shall pass any law impairing the obligations of contracts.”

    This sentence is in fact the very crux of the “Constitution” and all commerce, the “Supreme law of the land.” The rest is fluff, froth and garbage. It is also a double edged sword, which means that if there is in fact a “Legitimate valid Contract” in place, its terms are the governing factor, but if there is no “Contract” You cannot be forced to enter into “Contracting” without your consent. There is NO law that says you are required to sign anything for anybody against your will..!

    Somehow the State erroneously believes that a contract is still valid even if it is at Gunpoint..!

    Universal Contract law in pertinent part,

    It is essential to the existence of a contract that there should be:

    1. Parties capable of contracting; 2. Their consent; 3. Lawful object; and, 4. A sufficient cause or consideration.

    The consent of the parties to a contract must be:

    1. Free; 2. Mutual; and, 3. Communicated by each to the other.[i.e. Meeting of the minds]

    An apparent consent is not real or free when obtained through:

    1. Duress; 2. Menace; 3. Fraud; 4. Undue influence; or 5. Mistake.

    And as far as “Contracts” are concerned, the “Public servants” have taken a “Solemn sworn Oath to the Constitution” and that IS in FACT a “Valid contract” between them and the people they have “Volunteered to serve..!” As stated above, Article 1, Sec 10, Clause 1..!

    Maxim: “Equity will not assist a volunteer.”
    A volunteer is defined in equity as one who has not offered consideration for a benefit they have received or expect to receive.

    As far as I am concerned I have only ONE “Constitutional” right and that is to hold those whom have taken an oath to it, to the set parameters of it and this is it. As far as The Constitution concerning rights, the ONE right that you DO NOT have is to cede your Constitutional inalienable rights away. So there is NO validity to any contract that would impair those rights under the parameters of the Constitution..! You have no ability to forfeit them and they cannot be taken away through any means of sophistry or casuistry.

    You either know who you are or you do NOT, you are either a “Private American National” or you are an illiterate U.S. citizen i.e. Federal Government plantation SLAVE..!

    …alan edward.
    Private American National

  • Mike

    This is a great article and actually gives me hope! The governor here in KY just today instituted a mandatory mask order. I and many other (but not enough) are sickened by this turn of events- while plenty praise the governor’s action. I have seen reports of legal actions being taken in my state, but would love to know who to reach out to!

  • Aggie Snyder

    We need help in New Mexico!! Is there an attorney who will help me for free? I have had problems with mask wearing and understand that the Federal OSHA laws say we all need wear different masks and be trained. They are saying these cloth masks will make most people sick.
    Our Governor is a Tyrant!!

  • Patricia Goodspeed

    Any info on lawsuits in NY State would be appreciated…I am covered under the American Disability Act (documented disability) I do not comply with Comrade Cuomo’s draconian rules or whatever they are called. Is there any legal recourse??

  • Sattva

    Sorry Corey, but these cases are a joke and do NOTHING to defend the constitution against the illegal governor EOs and lockdowns, and do not protect us against a thing. They’re INSURANCE CLAIMS. Except for a few listed in TX, FL, and IN, nowhere can you get a real lawyer versed in the constitution and public health law to knock all this shit down. The public health laws need to be invalidated, Marbury v. Madison needs to be struck down and all mask and social distancing mandates need to be declared illegal and all governors forced to resign and do time with massive penalties. If we are going to get real, we need to have REAL solutions. I am in NY and my life is basically over. I consulted a constitutional lawyer who told me I have no case even though I cannot now travel or shop. I can get takeout and order online because I will NOT wear a carcinogenic mask, which is what they are. I’d like to get into contact with you because we need a real citizen and mass legal effort that people can use in any state, plus a massive pressure campaign to force our reps out of office if they comply with unconstitutional orders. We need to reassert the constitution now.

  • Nikki

    Must watch if you haven’t already and it should be shared.

    To Corey, To Trump and All, see link below watch videos of interview with Anna von Reitz, checkout and watch the one on RUSSELL-JAY:GOULD an apparently true American Patriot for the people.
    Thanks to Cosmic News.

    https://www.cosmicnews.org/2020/07/04/military-insider-interview/

    You could check out Robert David Steele vids/interviews.

    If minds are open and awakening go to find these docos for disclosure if you feel you are ready.

    1/ “Out of the shadows”
    2/ “Above Magestic”

    Laura Eisenhower is another

    Thankyou to all who are doing their parts in major and minor ways toward the primary Divine Goal. Stand Strong in love and peace, get off your knees and defend yourselves and your lives.
    Many Blessings
    Namaste

  • Katharyn Fountayne

    Jay I’m in Portland too… you can email me. I am committed to finding how to apply our legal rights for no face masks

  • Darren Sykes

    I work for a large telecommunications company located in Missouri and am currently off work with no pay waiting for my accommodation for not being expected to wear facemask due to my religion, and just wonder if there’s any lawyers here in SE Missouri to put on retainer?

  • Neil Ruggles

    I live in Beaverton, Oregon and am seeking support for a lawsuit to directly end the emergency in Oregon, and to have part of ORS 401 and ORS 433 declared unconstitutional on the basis of Oregon’s separation of powers clause.

    If you would like to discuss my lawsuit ideas or support the lawsuit, please reply and provide some contact info. I can be reached at nmruggles at comcast dot net.

    No one anywhere seems to be appealing to the separation of powers as a basis for challenging governor orders. 40 states have similar separation of powers clauses in their constitutions, and the the governor’s of these states are forbidden from exercising legislative powers. Mask orders certainly seem legislative rather than administrative/executive in nature.

    State constitution separation of powers clauses may also be a way to get attention in Federal Courts. The courts have been relying on Jacobson v. Massachusetts to throw out cases against the governors. However, the judge in Jacobson made it clear that “police powers” are legislative in nature, and the case itself involved a properly passed vaccination law. The court deferred to the state legislature in part because it assumed that the Massachusetts legislature had deliberated about the plusses and minuses of vaccination before passing its law, and felt that a court should not second guess a legislature.

    Today we have state governors acting on their own authority, with no input from any deliberative body. Some governors are regularly making special exceptions to their own rules seemingly on whim. In addition, governors in states with separation of powers clauses are strictly barred from exercising legislative power. It is not obvious that the Jacobson case should apply at all to orders issued by governors, since none of the Jacobson court’s reasoning applies such orders. Anyone challenging their governor’s orders should point this out.

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