In this special martial law episode from Madness Chronicles, we will see the madness of the crazed government. Remember, insanity is an especially severe state of mental illness, extremely foolish behavior, and a state of frenzied or chaotic activity. Let’s take a look at the government overreach in the United States.
First, in Pennsylvania, a 19-year-old was arrested for ‘driving’. That’s right; State Police arrested the York County woman for violating the governors’ stay-at-home order. She was fined $ 200.00. It seems that walking, running or hiking is allowed, but only if it is essential. Apparently, did the state police consider driving not essential?
A father and former State Patrol officer in Brighton, Colorado, was recently arrested while playing softball with his 6-year-old daughter in a city park. The man was handcuffed and placed in the back of the patrol car. While his wife and the girl watched. His crime? Violating the order of social distancing issued by the Governor. Suddenly, the governors are powerful.
Upon returning to eastern New Jersey, police arrested two people who allowed others to enter their home for a private wedding. The crime? Violating the Governor’s social distancing order. What makes this one “special” is that they were delivered by your neighbors. Very Nazi of them. Chaos reigns throughout the country.
In Cincinnati, we have a unique case. A man who had walked about three miles from his home was shot by someone. When the police arrived, they detained him because walking from his home was not essential and he violated the Governor’s order to stay home. Seriously? A woman in Georgia was arrested because she tested positive for coronabalogna and did not want to quarantine. She said she wasn’t sick, but that didn’t matter.
In an apparent preemptive strike, the Democratic governor of Nevadas recently announced that he will order the large Easter gatherings in homes to be dissolved. Back in Jersey, 15 people were arrested for attending their rabbi’s funeral. It sure is a good thing that we live in a free country protected by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. No.
In Fond du loc County, Wisconsin, the district attorney’s office has filed 10 charges of violating the governor’s stay-at-home order. In Milwaukee, the police are warning people that they will arrest violators and are encouraging people to report violators. Big Brother is coming. In San Diego County, California police issued 52 citations for violating the governors’ stay-at-home order. In his large county, violators face a fine of up to $ 1,000.00 and possibly 6 months in jail. Charming.
There were 3 people arrested in Toledo, Ohio, in the twin cities of Minnesota. 8 people have been arrested, as well as arrests in Indiana, Maryland, Alabama. In many cases, the charges are added to other violations. Law enforcement agencies are acting like children in a candy store.
Finally, outside of Florida, a 28-year-old man left his home to go to McDonald’s. Once there, he assaulted his ex-girlfriend. He was accused of assault and of violating the order to stay in the governors’ house. Give a man a new law and some authority, and by God, he will enforce it. However, governors from coast to coast say they reserve the right to enact martial law. You could have fooled me.
May we wake up from this madness before it is too late. I wish you good health and until next time … have fun, enjoy life and watch out for the madness between us.