Wisconsin Supreme Court Frees Wisconsin Citizens From Unconstitutional House Arrest

Wisconsin Supreme Court Frees Wisconsin Citizens From Unconstitutional House Arrest

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has made a very important decision that is going to have a major effect on the state’s citizens. Democratic Governor Tony Evers tried to enact stay at home policies that were deemed to be too draconian. In a landmark decision, the order was tossed out by the Supreme Court.

The orders are not able to be enforced and Evers has clearly overstepped his boundaries here. His administration was found to have abused their power and rightfully so. They had decided to extend the lockdown period for another month but they did not take the time to discuss this idea with state legislators first.

The state’s Department of Health Services issued the unwanted extension despite the fact that the state has had a low volume of coronavirus cases. Only 421 Wisconsin residents have died as a direct result of the virus. Thanks to the state’s legislature (which is led by the Republicans), unemployed residents and small businesses were able to enjoy a major victory.

Those who have been suffering as a result of these lockdown orders are finally receiving a bit of relief. It has to be frustrating for residents of various states who are forced to watch their governors take these kinds of liberties. This is the first time that one of these statewide orders has actually been struck down by a higher court.

This sets quite the precedent for other states to follow now. Citizens who are looking to be freed from their house arrest may be given the chance to go outside for the first time in months. If this court is willing to go against the rules that are being put into place and side with Republican lawmakers, this provides much-needed hope to others.

The Court decided against Evers by a 4-3 count and all of the votes against the lockdown came from conservative politicians. The court has a fifth conservative side with the two liberals. Evers was already in the process of lifting various restrictions but this was not happening fast enough to meet the needs of Wisconsin residents.

Scott Walker is the state’s former governor and as a prominent Republican, he was more than happy to celebrate this decision. It’s a major victory for the conservatives out there who were getting tired of being told what to do by liberals who do not know what they are talking about.

A disease like this one comes with more questions than answers. When scientists cannot even provide a consensus opinion about what we should or should not be doing, it is hard to take the word of a governor with no medical training as fact. There’s no turning back now, though.

This is our new normal and we are sure that this is not the last time that a state will be forced to fight this battle in their Supreme Court. Our hopes of a united front have fallen by the wayside and once again, it’s liberals vs. conservatives. This time, the future of the nation is at stake and no one knows what the future is going to hold.

In the meantime, the state of Wisconsin will serve as a guinea pig of sorts. If this order is struck down and the state is able to return to a semblance of normalcy, other states are going to be emboldened to fight for their rights as well. No one should be willing to blindly accept this sort of tyranny and Wisconsin is leading the way.

Via the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has struck down Gov. Tony Evers order shutting down daily life to limit the spread of coronavirus — marking the first time a statewide order of its kind has been knocked down by a court of last resort.

The state’s highest court sided with Republican lawmakers Wednesday in a decision that curbed Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ power to act unilaterally during public health emergencies.

The 4-3 decision was written by four of the court’s conservatives — Chief Justice Patience Roggensack and Justices Rebecca Bradley, Daniel Kelly and Annette Ziegler.

The court’s fifth conservative, Brian Hagedorn, wrote a dissent joined by the court’s two liberals, Ann Walsh Bradley and Rebecca Dallet.

The court issued the decision a month after Kelly lost his seat on the court. He will be replaced in August by Dane County Circuit Judge Jill Karofsky, a liberal who beat him by 10 points in the April 7 election.

The ruling immediately threw out the administration’s tool to control a disease for which there is no vaccine. It came after Evers had already begun lifting some restrictions because the spread of the virus has slowed for now.

The governors who are responsible for these abuses of power are going to need to sleep with one eye open going forward. This not a threat, though. They are simply going to be voted out of office at the first possible opportunity. That’s how the people can truly show their displeasure with what is taking place in their specific states.

Only time will tell if people are willing to make the right choices to protect their freedom. People are always making voting decisions that go against their own interests and this is all too common. Now, Wisconsin’s liberals are left to hope that one of their precious lefty judges will swoop in and save them from this order.

This summer is going to be a long one and we are interested to see how the rest of these battles turn out. What happens when the leftists are able to get their way, though? If you thought that the initial protests were bad, just wait until you see what happens next. Americans need the economy reopened and freedom fighters will stop at nothing to make that happen.


86 thoughts on “Wisconsin Supreme Court Frees Wisconsin Citizens From Unconstitutional House Arrest

  1. These dem states only care about power and money..root of all evil.wont buy them a soul to get thru the pearly gates .ten hell Mary’s ain’t going to cut it.

  2. We can only hope that the tyrants in the blue states will be voted out of office and replaced by someone with a brain.

    1. dear Texas Belle…. and sometimes a person with a brain…. wrap your head around this one….
      since my state has opened up…. and I do not object provided it is done sensibly… I was sitting at a table when 5 individuals walked past me coughing and sneezing, until they sat in a corner of the restaurant. They had walked past approx 15 infant booster seats, none of them covered with anything, also coughing and sneezing. Infants will be sitting in those contaminated booster seats, and infants are known to touch everything and then put their hands in their mouths.

      Is that OK with you? Because it is not with me. People do not even cover their cough these days, which is alarming during regular flu season, much less during a corona virus epidemic.

      Would help out the nation if you used your passion more constructively, like practicing cough etiquette, cleaning up those booster seats when you see they are contaminated. Like you, the persons in the restaurant did not acknowledge that infant seating needed to be kept clean. And this was be from a nationally recognized food chain.

      I am going to calculate that you do not do much covid research and are buying some partisan rhetoric about the new deadly virus. There is not enough testing to produce a unified data base, unless you are from one of those blue states…. and even their testing is way behind the 8 ball. If it was you, your child, your Mom or Dad, your sister, who was connected to a ventilator and bleeding into your lungs, literally struggling to take the next breath, you would have more respect.

      YOU DO HAVE THE RIGHT TO NOT TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF, but safe social distancing and covering your coughs, mouth and nose protects me.

  3. what can you do to help Michigan with the gov they have. If things keep going like they are now there will be no Michigan

    1. dear Linda
      The governor of Michigan has a 65% + approval rating from her constituents. If you are not one of the 65%… then sorry, because that is the way democratic processes work. She made a lot of Michiganers feel safe, and realize that when it comes to issues of public health, the civil authorities have powers. Would you want physically ill and coughing people next to you??? Well… neither do I, which is why I was secretly glad when a deputy sheriff came , picked up, and quarantined a gentleman in a state facility with ACTIVE AND MULTIPLY RESISTANT FORM OF TB…. because he was spreading it, and had refused treatment. He was quarantined untll the disease was contained. It was his c hoice whether to treat the disease at state expense. Realize that the same situation is going on here with covid19, except you cannot treat covid as easily as active and multiply resistant TB in many individuals. The man had sent dozens of people to the hospital, spreading TB person to person until he was finally taken off the street. (having seen covid deaths first hand, I would rather have TB.) The governors did not go nearly this far, and all promises of “testing availability” from the Federal Government were broken, unless you were White House staff. Therefore, there are these sweeping measures approved by the state’s constituents. The rights to health of the general population is at work!!!

      For all of you who are looking at this imposition of a public health measure on your civil liberties…. where were you when children and working hispanics were rounded up , sometimes at midnight, put into crowded jails…. although if you were a child, you could be sent into the middle of the country and fostered or adopted out, when your own family was deported.

      Where were you, in your outrage, when we went into Iraq where there were no WMD, and that evidence was before the public from the UN and remains true today, like it was then. Where were you… following the drumbeat of national politics to fight a war that seems calculated to serve the interests of Halliburton. We are still there. I have seen grown men, Marines, learn too late about explosive devices when they woke up in a hospital bed…. or had their esophagus replaced with a piece of their colon, during combat offensives and suddenly the combat pay didn’t look so good. I have seen Marines cry.
      Where were you?
      All of you people who are up in arms about the risks and government pressure

  4. After reading all these comments I have to agree some sense of protecting others must be done. I have not read anywhere though where anyone is concerned with protecting the millions of babies that are aborted annually for convenience sake they need protection also. If I have read correctly there has been thousands die from this virus and at the same time millions of babies. Before you holler about this being off subject may I remind you the subject is about deaths and suffering which is definitely part of my post. We in this great country sure seem to have our priorities mixed up. May God have mercy on us.

    1. Dear Chief1937
      I agree with you on most of your points, and it is clear from your manner of expressing yourself that you have a compassionate view.
      Our political system . on both sides of the divide, are skilled at dividing us from each other by finding something in their narrative that then becomes a clarion call, against our own self interests and against the facts in some cases. We have all made choices in that regard, and have to recognize that in the end, we and our nation are flawed.
      Indeed, may God have mercy on us all.
      Somewhere in your voice, you responders need to find your voice of compassion, because in the end we are responsible for the well being of others.

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