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Who's Abusing Their Authority?
Take a Look at the Virginia Democrats and other Blue State Abuses


June 21, 2021, Independent Inquiry Says Parole Board Investigator Was Biased, But Not Whether She Had Reason To Be, Virginia Mercury

[Law firm hired by Democrat Governor Northam provided an assessment that did not resolve issues]

Dec 14, 2020, Governor Northam, It's Not Up to You To Tell People of Faith How They Can Worship, Daily Signal

Dec 9, 2020, We Can't Let COVID-19 Lockdowns Become a Permanent Political Power Grab, Daily Signal

Dec 5, 2020, Church Refiles Lawsuit Against Virginia Gov Northam over COVID Restrictions, WTOP Radio

Dec 3, 2020, Richmond Residents Fed Up With Overflowing Trash, WRIC

Dec 2, 2020, Virginia FOIA Council Supports Looser Rules for Officials Governing Remotely, Virginia Mercury

Nov 26, 2020, Supreme Court Blocks Cuomo's Limits on Synagogues, Churches in Thanksgiving Ruling, Washington Free Beacon

Nov 24, 2020, Virginia Barely Passes: Cellphone Data Shows Virginians Struggle to Maintain Social Distancing, WRIC

Nov 23, 2020, Redactions to Watchdog Report on Virginia Parole Board Came After Governor's Office Got Notice of FOIA Requests, Virginia Mercury

Nov 14, 2020, New Alcohol Restrictions for Virginia Present Challenges to Restaurants and Bars, WHSV

Nov 12, 2020, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam Announces New Statewide COVID Restrictions, ABC 8 News

Nov 12, 2020, Va Governor General Order 67, Sixth Amended and Public Health Emergency.

Oct 19, 2020, Judge to Hold Trial on Northam's Plans to Remove Lee Statue in Richmond, AP


Oct 19, 2020, Richmond Judge in Lee statue Case says ruling expected in 7 to 10 days, Richmond Times Dispatch

Oct 9, 2020, Virginia House Speaker facing fines for response to request for Confederate statue removal documents, WRIC Richmond

Sept 24, 2020, In the dead of night, [Virginia] House Speaker Filler-Corn Removed Confederate Statues for $83K - and Lied About the Documents, Lawsuit Claims, Newsbreak

July 30, 2020, Virginia Executive Order, Number Sixty-Four, Fourth Amended, Extended Declaration of State of Emergency Due to Civil Unrest in the City of Richmond

(Effective until August 30, 2020 unless amended)

July 31, 2020​, Del. Wilt bill proposes more authority to General Assembly during state of emergency, WHSV3 Harrisonburg (bill to curb Gov. Northam's use of emergency powers without consulting legislature)

July 27, 2020, Editorial: Removing capitol statues squandered an opportunity for dialogue, Virginia Pilot

July 24, 2020, House Speaker clears Virginia Captiol of Lee statue, Confederate busts, Roanoke Times

July 5, 2020, Virginia Executive Order, Number Sixty-Seven (2020) and Order of Public Health Emergency Seven Phase-Three Easing of Certain Temporary Restrictions Due to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

July 2020, A double-challenge of Richmond Mayor's statue removal order as monuments continue to come down, WINA news readio

July 1, 2020, Richmond, Va, Mayor Orders Emergency Removal of Confederate Statues, NPR

June 30, 2020, Northam approves Stoneyu request to extend state of emergency in Richmond, WRIC Richmond

June 22, 2020, Virginia Executive Order, number Fifty-two, Extension of Increases in Hospital Bed Capacity in Response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Jun 5, 2020, Virginia Executive Order, Amended Number Sixty-Five (2020) and Amended Order of Public Health Emergency Six Phase Two Easing of Certain Temporary Restrictions Due to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

May 26, 2020, Virginia Executive Order 63 (2020), Requirement to Wear Face Mask While in Buildings, Office of the Governor (Public Health Emergency Order Five)

Jan 17, 2020, Virginia Executive Order, Number Forty-Nine Amended Declaration of a State of Emergency Due to Potential Civil Unrest at the Virginia State Capitol

(Does not rescind or amend Executive Order 50 (McAuliff) which remains in full force and effect)

Abuses Outside Virginia

May 24, 2021, Michigan's 6-person Bar Rule Rescinded after Governor Whitmer's Violation, Washington Free Beacon

May 24, 2021, Michigan Governor Whitmer Apologizes for Violating Her Own Indoor Dining Restrictions, Daily Caller


May 22, 2021, Pennsylvania First State to Limit Governor's Power in Pandemic Restrictions, Daily Caller

Mar 31, 2021, Wisconsin Supreme Court Strike Down Democratic Governor's Mask Mandate, ABC News

[Court rules Governor Tony Evers exceeded his authority by extending mask mandate for months through emergency orders]

Feb 3, 2021, Christmas Eve Road Rage Incident Could Undermine Radical Prosecutor Rachael Rollins Promotion to U.S. Attorney, Washington Free Beacon

Feb 2, 2021, Lincoln Project Shares Personnel, Address with Liberal Projects, Washington Free Beacon [Schumer-linked groups and Dem Mega donors tied to Lincoln Project]

Feb 1, 2021, Lincoln Project Super PAC Rocked by Trumpian Levels of Scandal and Chaos Over John Weaver Sex Scandal, Washington Free Beacon

[Allegations of solicitation of boys as young as 14]

Dec 7, 2020, Pennsylvania Governor's Climate Regulations Draw Bipartisan Criticism, Daily Signal [Legislators accuse Governor of going around the assembly]

Dec 7, 2020, Here are the Politicians Who Refused to Stay Home After Telling You to Do So, Daily Signal

Dec 4, 2020, Blackjack and Backpacks: Ohio County Closes Schools, Leaves Casinos Open, Daily Signal

Nov 13, 2020 Chicago May Goes After Weddings and Funerals, but Defends Massive Election Party, Washington Free Beacon

Oct 17, 2020, California Gov Newsom uses executive orders to press climate change agenda as California burns, Washington Examiner

Oct 16, 2020, Michigan agency issue[s] new workplace orders, mirroring governor's now-void orders, Washington Examiner

Abuses Abroad

Nov 19, 2020, Danish Agriculture Minister Resigns Amid Criticism for Ordering Mink Cult, NPR [It emerged that the legal authority for the culling was not in place after the face]

Nov 11, 2020, Coronavirus: Denmark Shaken by Cull of Millions of Mink, BBC

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