Demand to Reopen North Carolina | Beaufort County Now | The people of North Carolina have been irreparably harmed by your unconstitutional orders and deserve immediate relief so they may return to their normal lives. | representative, keith kidwell, demand to reopen, executive orders, letter, governor, roy cooper, coronavirus, covid-19, september 16, 2020

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Demand to Reopen North Carolina

Press Release:

    In light of the attached Federal Court ruling, and in light of the fact that you have imposed the very same restrictions on the people of the Great State of North Carolina as the duly elected Representative of the people of the 79th House District, I demand that you reopen all businesses and lift all restrictions from any Executive Orders related to this ruling. These orders have been in place and, since their inception, have been unconstitutional and now have been declared unconstitutional by a federal court.

    The people of North Carolina have been irreparably harmed by your unconstitutional orders and deserve immediate relief so they may return to their normal lives. We, the people, would have been better served had you in your official capacity understood the restrictions placed on government by our constitution.

    As I stated at many conferences, protests, and contained within several lawsuits that I helped facilitate you never had the authority to close down and restrict the people from going about their day to day business.

    Again, I demand that you reopen this state and withdraw all Executive Orders you have placed upon the people in regards to restricting operating their businesses, traveling, and going about their lives.


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