Cooper Loses Another Court Ruling on His Shutdown Executive Orders | Beaufort County Now | Now, it is the bowling alleys which have defeated our power drunk governor Roy Cooper, who thinks he is a king, in the courts, which have ruled that Cooper's order closing the bowling allies is illegal. | beaufort observer, rant & rave, governor, roy cooper, court ruling, executive orders, shutdowns, july 10, 2020

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Cooper Loses Another Court Ruling on His Shutdown Executive Orders

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    Now, it is the bowling alleys which have defeated our power drunk governor Roy Cooper, who thinks he is a king, in the courts, which have ruled that Cooper's order closing the bowling allies is illegal.

    https://firstinfreedomdaily.com/court-slaps-down-cooper-closure-edict-rules-bowling-alleys-can-open-petulant-cooper-promises-appeal/

    Cooper's first loss was in federal court on closing churches, a legal challenge organized by State Rep. Keith Kidwll (R-Beaufort). On the verge of losing another case brought on behalf of barbers and beauty shops, also organized by Kidwell, Cooper waved a white flag and dropped his closure of them.

    Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest has filed a lawsuit to strike down all Cooper virus executive orders which have bypassed the statutorily required consent of the Council of State.

    In Beaufort County, the nominally Republican appointed county commissioner John Rebholz is toeing the Cooper political line instead of backing Forest's position on the issue.


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