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Attorney General William Barr warns the states not to go ‘too far’ in stay-at-home orders, threatens legal action. “These are unprecedented burdens on civil liberties right now. You know, the idea that you have to stay in your house is disturbingly close to house arrest,” AG Barr told radio host Hugh Hewitt. “I’m not saying it wasn’t justified. I’m not saying in some places it might still be justified.”
As the horror stories keep coming⏤and you think that it can’t possibly get any worse; the next story tops the previous one. As lockdown orders continue to be extended out by governors and local mayors and their unconstitutional edicts⏤Americans are losing patience fast! Almost don’t know where to start with this conversation. Not to worry, Malcolm is wound up when he sees that the local dog park is padlocked, and the volley ball court, and the basketball court… and where does it end?
Del Wilber is a former CIA and Department of Defense Intelligence and Counterterrorism Officer. Ava Armstrong is a political commentator, radio personality, and a fantastic author who writes about the everyday men and women with a focus on Patriotism. Dennis Santiago is an American Strategist, focusing on strategic warfare, asymmetric warfare, arms control and global stability.
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