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Bill Barr Warns States That DOJ Will Look Into Violation of Civil Liberties During Pandemic

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During these statewide lockdowns where a person can get arrested and/or fined for things like going fishing, driving, playing basketball, sitting in their cars, or throwing a yard sale, many Americans are losing sight of what’s at stake.

Civil liberties.

Attorney General Bill Barr wants you to know he’s on it.

From Washington Times:

Attorney General William Barr on Monday ordered federal prosecutors across the country to consider legal action against governors if their efforts to stop the spread of the coronavirus infringe on Americans’ civil rights.

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In a two-page memo, Mr. Barr directed all U.S. attorneys to “be on the lookout” for local and state directives that could violate religious, free speech or economic rights under the Constitution.


“If a state or local ordinance crosses the line from an appropriate exercise of authority to stop the spread of COVID-19 into an overbearing infringement of constitutional and statutory protections, the Department of Justice may have an obligation to address that overreach in federal court,” Mr. Barr wrote in a memo to the 93 U.S. attorneys.



Pretty awful.

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John Salvatore has been a Writer and Editor of multiple political blogs since early 2015. He earned his Master’s degree in Public Administration upon completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. A diehard Los Angeles Dodgers fan, John can be reached at [email protected]