Thursday, September 17, 2020

State Lock Down "Unconstitutional." Protests Continue: The September 16th, 2020 Age of Ingenuity

The unraveling of the pandemic lock downs have begun. A Federal judge has ruled that Pennsylvania's pandemic lock down orders are unconstitutional and the state has no right to restrict a citizen's freedom of movement or association.

But there’s also lot of angry people still protesting about this issue and rumors abound that many jurisdictions have already planned to restore restriction in the upcoming weeks. The frogs are boiling over and we're going to take a look at that plus discuss the weekend freedom protests in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal and other locations.

Sources cited during this episode include the following:
  • Introductory video/photo's from the September 12th, 2020 Queens Park Hugs Over Masks Freedom protest c/o Chuck Black.
  • Other photo's c/o Chuck Black & Alan Calder.

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Producer and Host - Chuck Black
Host and Contributor - Al Calder

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