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    Oklahoma Passes Bill To Block Biden Executive Orders and Could Be the Answer to Washington DCí

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    Oklahoma Passes Bill To Block Biden Executive Orders and Could Be the Answer to Washington DCís Tyranny

    Our Founding Fathers believed that of the three branches of government the legislative branch would take the lead. And they were right for a time. But then members of Congress got lazy and started giving up their powers to the executive and judicial branches. Today, the Executive branch clearly dominates as they create laws that they call ďregulationsĒ but that comes with the same fines and penalties that come with laws, but these regulations never go through Congress. There is a reason why the Founding Fathers wanted all legislation to go through Congress. Itís because Congress is directly responsible to the people who elect them to office to create laws. Thatís their purpose. No federal bureaucrats in the executive branch are answerable to anyone but the president. And with Joe Biden in there now passing sweeping laws through executive orders that have absolutely no powers behind them we have a serious problem. Executive orders are used by a president to ďexecuteĒ or ďcarry out,Ē if you will, a power that is given to him by Congress or the Constitution. What Biden is doing is writing orders with no powers behind them. Itís illegal, but whoís going to stop him? Heís the president. WellÖ

    It looks like the state of Oklahoma has stepped up to the place as the second state to move to block Bidenís illegal executive orders.

    On Thursday, the Oklahoma House passed bill HB 1236 by a vote of 79-18 which would grant the stateís Attorney General (AG) and state Legislature the authority to review Bidenís executive orders in order to determine valid Constitutionality. But itís more than just that. The bill authorizes the state legislature to recommend that the AG review any executive order, federal Congressional action, or any bureaucratic federal agency regulation in order to determine if the state should seek an exemption or simply declare it unconstitutional. If the AG OR the state Legislature by concurrent resolution deems the order unconstitutional then all state and local officials, including any publicly funded organizations are barred from enforcing it.

    Folks, this is how it is supposed to be. The federal government does not rule the states, even though it has acted as it does for a hundred years. The federal government didnít create the states, it was the states that created the federal government. The states were not going to create a new form of government that would be more powerful than themselves, and itís asinine to even assume that.

    The federal orders that fall under this state bill include any orders that are related to health emergencies, Second Amendment infringements, regulations of natural resources, land use, and agriculture. It includes any regulation of the financial sector with regards to social, governance standards, or environmental policies., education, school sports, and even regulations of colleges, along with any other powers reserved to the state or the people, just like it says in the 10th Amendment.

    This bill is Oklahomaís Declaration of Independence as it is the most effective way of resisting federal usurpations of state powers. In its current state, the bill would allow the AG or the Legislature to block Bidenís racially biased orders in commerce and finance, his mask mandates, and how the federal government has attacks school sports with transgender rights abuses. Critical race theory taught in Oklahoma schools could potentially be a thing that never happens.
    https://djhjmedia.com/rich/oklahoma-...n-dcs-tyranny/



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    Indiana better takes these actions as well.
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    It looks like in practice, all this means is that state law enforcement won't enforce the executive orders that get deemed unconstitutional.

    But what's the status quo? Can't the governor just opt not to enforce them already? Federal agents will still be able to enforce them in the state either way.
    Last edited by Invisible Man; 03-02-2021 at 08:50 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Invisible Man View Post
    It looks like in practice, all this means is that state law enforcement won't enforce the executive orders that get deemed unconstitutional.

    But what's the status quo? Can't the governor just opt not to enforce them already? Federal agents will still be able to enforce them in the state either way.
    Yah, this where the rubber meets the road.

    Good for OK, but unless it has teeth, like the authority for state cops to arrest feds enforcing these edicts, its pretty pointless.

    What's the legislation say about it?

    And will the people and the government of OK be able to stand in defiance of the entire System, when it labels the whole state a nest of racist vipers to be exterminated, when the first arrest or shooting of a fedcoat takes place?

    This is what's at stake, and it is what needs to happen.
    Last edited by Anti Federalist; 03-02-2021 at 09:19 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Yah, this where the rubber meets the road.

    Good for OK, but unless it has teeth, like the authority for state cops to arrest feds enforcing these edicts, its pretty pointless.

    What's the legislation say about it?
    And more than just having teeth, it will also get down to actually applying this. It requires either the AG or the legislature to go through the process of actually deeming orders and laws unconstitutional. They may want to pass a bill like this to get credit for standing up for the Constitution, but then never actually put it to use. Even if the only effect will be that state LE won't enforce those particular orders and laws, if nothing is being done right now to stop them from doing that, then passing another bill that does nothing more than essentially declare that the state reserves the right to do it won't make them start doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Invisible Man View Post
    And more than just having teeth, it will also get down to actually applying this. It requires either the AG or the legislature to go through the process of actually deeming orders and laws unconstitutional. They may want to pass a bill like this to get credit for standing up for the Constitution, but then never actually put it to use. Even if the only effect will be that state LE won't enforce those particular orders and laws, if nothing is being done right now to stop them from doing that, then passing another bill that does nothing more than essentially declare that the state reserves the right to do it won't make them start doing it.
    Well, I'm willing to cheer them on no matter what.

    Yes, these need addressing but I'm willing to first establish the precedent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    Yah, this where the rubber meets the road.

    Good for OK, but unless it has teeth, like the authority for state cops to arrest feds enforcing these edicts, its pretty pointless.

    What's the legislation say about it?

    And will the people and the government of OK be able to stand in defiance of the entire System, when it labels the whole state a nest of racist vipers to be exterminated, when the first arrest or shooting of a fedcoat takes place?

    This is what's at stake, and it is what needs to happen.
    You need to look into the effectiveness of the liberals "sanctuary cities" initiative. They didn't use "teeth" by trying to arrest ICE agents. Instead they used passive-aggressive resistance. They refused to let ICE agents house detainees in state facilities. They leaked out information about upcoming ICE raids. They used their bully pulpits to publicly condemn ICE. Those exact same actions could be taken against the BATF or other fed ABC agencies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmdrake View Post
    You need to look into the effectiveness of the liberals "sanctuary cities" initiative. They didn't use "teeth" by trying to arrest ICE agents. Instead they used passive-aggressive resistance. They refused to let ICE agents house detainees in state facilities. They leaked out information about upcoming ICE raids. They used their bully pulpits to publicly condemn ICE. Those exact same actions could be taken against the BATF or other fed ABC agencies.
    Your suggestion is to be passive-aggressive? I never knew you had a vagina.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTexan View Post
    Your suggestion is to be passive-aggressive? I never knew you had a vagina.
    9/11 Thermate experiments

    Winston Churchhill on why the U.S. should have stayed OUT of World War I

    "I am so %^&*^ sick of this cult of Ron Paul. The Paulites. What is with these %^&*^ people? Why are there so many of them?" YouTube rant by "TheAmazingAtheist"

    "We as a country have lost faith and confidence in freedom." -- Ron Paul

    "It can be a challenge to follow the pronouncements of President Trump, as he often seems to change his position on any number of items from week to week, or from day to day, or even from minute to minute." -- Ron Paul
    Quote Originally Posted by Brian4Liberty View Post
    The road to hell is paved with good intentions. No need to make it a superhighway.
    Quote Originally Posted by osan View Post
    The only way I see Trump as likely to affect any real change would be through martial law, and that has zero chances of success without strong buy-in by the JCS at the very minimum.

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