Ron Paul and Daniel McAdams discuss the recent ruling in Pennsylvania calling the governor’s COVID hysteria shutdown “unconstitutional.”
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A federal judge in Pennsylvania yesterday blew the top off of the massive authoritarian over-reach by governors throughout the country, ruling that Pennsylvania’s governor and state health official violated the US Constitution in exercising what it claimed were “emergency powers” in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Will the judge’s ruling begin to break down the wall of authoritarianism in the US? Also today, the state of Texas has employed shockingly inaccurate and shoddy testing and reporting methods, resulting in policy decisions being made without accurate information. As even the New York Times has noticed deep problems in Texas, state health authorities are rushing to clean up the mess they’ve made of things. With new and more accurate numbers showing far fewer infections, will the governor finally lift his tyrannical restrictions on Texans?
And they also discuss the CIA asset Bob Woodward’s recent revelation that Trump “downplayed” the seriousness of the COVID-19, for which Trump is being criticized by the brain-dead news media commentariat.
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Last week’s bombshell that President Trump told WaPo writer Bob Woodward he was trying to “downplay” the coronavirus so as to not panic the population resulted in the usual hysteria from the president’s critics. Was it an incredibly reckless and dangerous approach…or did it make good sense? Plus in today’s Liberty Report: New poll shows America is sick of Fauci – is it a surprise? Also, panic over the “casedemic” continues as US hospitals empty for lack of Covid patients. Still the scaremongering continues in the media.