Dianne Marshall January 29, 2021 The Marshall Report
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey laid it on the line in his letter of warning sent to the president on Wednesday: “If you sign unconstitutional laws passed by Congress, it will be our responsibility and duty to challenge those laws in court.”
Attorneys General from Arkansas, Indiana, Mississippi, Montana, and Texas signed a six-page letter. It said, “One week ago … you swore to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States … [but you] cannot cut constitutional corners or shirk statutory strictures without inevitably doing more harm to our country than good.”
Bidens Executive Orders are being challenged by the States – they all threaten to sue if Biden continues down his unconstitutional path of tyranny against “We The People”!
The letter also stated, “Overreaching and defying Congress will not be rewarded or succeed. Our states have led the charge in successfully challenging unauthorized and unlawful executive actions, as you know from your years as Vice President. You can be assured that we will do so again, if necessary.”
It is not just Governors firing back, against the president’s executive orders, others such as Western Energy Alliance, a group representing fossil-fuel producers operating on federal lands. It just challenged the president’s ban on oil and gas leasing: “The law is clear.
Presidents don’t have the authority to ban leasing on public lands. All Americans own the oil and natural gas beneath public lands, and Congress has directed them to be responsibly developed on their behalf.… President Biden cannot simply ignore laws in effect for over half a century.”
There are some things a president just can not do to a free people, and definately mandate to the individual states. Especially, when the states are not recognizing the power of a corporation to rule over their freedoms to govern according to their own state constitutions and laws in place.
Success in the pushback is beginning as a federal judge temporarily blocked Biden’s EO halting the deportation of certain immigrants for 100 days.
Meanwhile Freshman Republican Representative from Colorado, Lauren Boebert, challenged Biden’s decision to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement generated a bill to stop it.
“Today, I introduced a bill that blocks all actions and funds for carrying out the Paris Agreement until a treaty is passed by the U.S. Senate.”
In a Tweet, Representative Boebert stated, “Unilaterally entering the Paris Agreement was wrong in 2016 and its wrong now! My bill prohibits Congress from spending a single penny on the Paris Agreement until this treaty is ratified by the United States Senate. Joe Biden took an oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution. If he wants to keep it, he must transmit the job-killing Paris Agreement to the U.S Senate for ratification.”
She also filed bills to halt funding for the World Health Organization “until we hold them accountable for their role in COVID”; and another bill to overturn the president’s mask mandate.
“Today, I took action to hold the WHO and China accountable for their failures that contributed to the outbreak of the China virus.
“Rejoining the WHO without ensuring accountability for the American people is the wrong move. Had the WHO not taken China at [its] word, COVID-19 would never have spiraled so deeply out of control.
“The WHO is beholden to China and American taxpayers should not be sending them nearly a half a billion dollars each year.“
Representative Lauren Boebert had warned that Biden would do what he has now done, and continues to speak out against his move to stop the Keystone XL pipeline. She is definately holding to her campaign promises!
“Biden will revoke the Presidential permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. Keystone XL is projected to create 42,000 jobs & contribute $3.4 billion to our economy. Pipelines are the safest way to transport oil. Biden would rather import dirty oil from hostile nations.
“Biden will immediately terminate funding for the wall on our southern border. Meanwhile he’ll be surrounded by walls and armed law enforcement at the Inauguration.I oppose this irresponsible and reckless action that puts our communities at risk. #WallsWork.”