Führer und Reichskanzler Andy Beshear Assumes More Dictatorial Powers

AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear addresses the audience gathered to celebrate his inauguration at the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort, Ky., Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019. (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley)

I have previously referred to Governor Andy Beshear (NSDAP-KY) as a dictator, and every passing day proves that I was right:

Ankle monitors ordered for Louisville, Kentucky residents exposed to Covid-19 who refuse to stay home

By Mallika Kallingal | Friday, April 3, 2020 | Updated 11:55 AM EDT

(CNN) Kentucky is taking severe measures to ensure residents exposed to the coronavirus stay at home. Louisville residents who have been in contact with coronavirus patients but refuse to isolate themselves are being made to wear ankle bracelets.

A judge has ordered one resident to stay at home after refusing to self-quarantine. CNN affiliate WDRB reports that the person, identified as D.L. in the court order, is living with “someone who has tested positive for the illness and another person who is a presumptive case,” according to an affidavit from Dr. Sarah Moyer, director of the health department.

Having been exposed to the highly contagious disease, D.L. was ordered to stay at home last week. But according to family members, D.L. “leaves the house often.”

When D.L. didn’t respond to the health department’s messages, Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Angela Bisig ordered the Department of Corrections to fit D.L. with a global positioning device for the next 14 days. If D.L. leaves the house again, he or she could be criminally charged, WDRB reports.

D.L. is not the only Louisville resident ordered to wear ankle monitors to contain the spread of the coronavirus. According to WDRB, there are three other known cases so far. Two other people who live in the same home — one who has tested positive, and the other who has not — were ordered to remain in their home last week after both refused to stay isolated.

And in the Commonwealth’s attempt to match Fidel Castro’s Comités de Defensa de la Revolución, “The organizations, described as the ‘eyes and ears of the Revolution,’ exist to promote social welfare and report on counter-revolutionary activity,” we get this:

Governor Beshear has announced a COVID-19 reporting hotline (833-KY SAFER, or 833-597-2337) for complaints about non-compliance with coronavirus mandates. Labor Cabinet personnel will monitor the hotline from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET.

Residents can also visit the website kysafer.ky.gov to make online complaints.

Führer und Reichskanzler Beshear wants to enlist people to spy and snitch on their neighbors. That the First Amendment to the Constitution states that “Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, . . . ,” seems to make no difference to Governor Beshear, who is currently enjoying sycophantic popularity from the sheeple who have no regard for their own rights.

Governor Beshear is being sued by one woman:

Kentucky woman wants to see family. She sues over Beshear COVID-19 travel restrictions

By Rick Childress | April 3, 2020 | 2:38 PM EDT | Updated 2:40 PM EDT

A northern Kentucky woman alleges that Gov. Andy Beshear’s recent executive order restricting travel to and from other states is a violation of her constitutional rights that prevents her from seeing friends and family in Ohio.

Campbell County resident Allison S. Alessandro and her legal team assert that Beshear’s order restricts her from visiting Ohio “for the purpose of associating at a safe distance with her friends and family who reside there,” and from visiting Ohio’s “parks and other public areas in a manner permitted under current Ohio and local government law while maintaining social distancing recommendations,” a suit filed Thursday in federal court in Covington stated.

The suit, which names Beshear and Attorney General Daniel Cameron as defendants, seeks an injunction against Beshear’s order which bars out-of-state travel except for those Kentuckians who travel for work; buying groceries or other essential items; seeking health care; taking care of a loved one; or complying with a court order.

“The attorney general received the lawsuit late yesterday and is evaluating the claims that Governor Beshear’s order violates the Constitution,” said Elizabeth Kuhn, the attorney general’s spokesperson.

The article, from the Lexington Herald-Leader, notes that the order is “enforceable by police,” which means that men with guns can force you to comply, or throw you in jail, for exercising your constitutional rights. And people are apparently fawning over Mr Beshear’s authoritarianism,

When the State decides that people’s rights can simply be tossed aside, willy-nilly, because it’s an “emergency,” you can count on the fact that those rights will never mean what they are supposed to mean, and will be difficult to recover. Yet we have idiots pining away for the way the Chinese Communists govern people!

We are allowing wannabe dictators to seize power, and smiling as they do it. Today, 244 years after the signing of our Declaration of Independence, 219 years after the ratification of our Bill of Rights, we are giving up, with smiles on our faces, the rights that free men gave their lives to establish and protect. This will end very badly.
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