Andrews, North Carolina: Emergency Order

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7 Responses to Andrews, North Carolina: Emergency Order

  1. Jack McAdoo says:

    Unconstitutional as hell! 14th Amendment to the United States Constitution. Hope they are sued big time. Who wants to go there anyway.

    • m says:

      And so it begins.

      Unconstitutional? Yes. “I’ll take you to court”, guess what? The courts are closed. Good luck with that. You only have the ability to exercise rights that others are willing to recognize and or you are able to uphold by force. You may have the right, but it’s being denied.

  2. DAN III says:

    “”Unconstitutional as hell !” So what ?

    Ever try to hold individuals of .gov accountable for “violating” the US CONstitution ?

    The US CONstitution means nothing. The DEAD !


  3. Sunny says:

    There are sheeple here in my area who are begging for government to ‘lockdown’ their states, their counties, their cities in just this manner. They are begging for it!
    We are destined for a war.

    • Matt says:

      That’s in part the result of generations of teaching people to appeal to an “authority” rather than deal with things themselves. At this point they couldn’t fend for themselves if their lives depended on it, instead it’s called “call the government” to do something.

  4. Les says:

    Didn’t Dare County do much the same thing a week or two ago? They are reported to be blocking everyone coming into the country that is not a resident or a property owner. Activities like this are certain to piss off a lot of people, but if I were a resident I might feel different about it.

  5. Andy says:

    Unconstitutional? Are you freaking kidding me? Kudo’s to Andrews for making the decision now… they are trying to prevent the escaping filthy city people from bugging out to their town, and prevent the spread of this disease. More and more small towns will be doing this, and they should. Time for Murphy, or more specifically Cherokee County to block every highway and side road coming in. When things get spicy in the cities (isn’t that what we have all been planning for, or is this just “play-prepping” for you) and they will, the cities will empty, and people need to know that the resources THEY should have planned for are not here.

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