Tuesday, April 21, 2020
SHOW-ME SAUNDRA McDOWELL OPPOSING MISSOURI CORONAVIRUS LOCK DOWN AMID PROTEST AND PRIMARY CHALLENGE AGAINST MISSOURI GUV PARSON!!!
This afternoon hundreds of Missouri protesters in Jeff City gathered close together in solidarity against restrictions on movement enacted over coronavirus public health concerns.
Accordingly, Saundra McDowell is the leading alt-right Republican primary contender against Governor Parson in the 2020 gubernatorial race and her campaign seems to be focused on speaking directly to this constituency and challenging the constitutionality of Missouri Stay-At-Home orders.
Quick and vivid description of the Missouri protest featuring very few people wearing protective gear or practicing social distancing . . .
The protest is among several that have been held around the U.S. over the past week. In Jefferson City, many of the several hundred protesters waved the American flag and chanted “USA! USA!” Some held signs. One read, “Enough is enough.” A sign on a car window stated, “I prefer dangerous liberty over peaceful slavery!"
And so . . .
Whilst the Missouri mom, veteran and lawyer has a dazzling array of social media messages attempting to garner conservative favor for her political swagger . . .
The latest presser from the Saundra McDowell campaign on the constitutionality of the COVID-19 lockdown stands above the rest . . . Check the money line:
"Whist I believe the Governor’s intent is to safeguard the lives of Missourians, the order infringes upon our right to peacefully assemble as well as the free exercise of religion.
"In order for the government to restrict our First Amendment freedoms, the state has to show a compelling state interests and the actions taken must be the least restrictive means necessary when put under the strict scrutiny test. I do not believe the state could pass this test as we’ve seen other states order less restrictive means and achieve the same or even better results.
"Where the life liberty or property of any person is impaired, the government must afford substantive and procedural due process. Substantive due process or the proprietary of seeking to impair those rights, is questionable under the current circumstances."
You decide . . .