In the past few months, the COVID-19 pandemic has gripped and transformed our nation and has already brought unprecedented uncertainty and consequences to our families, businesses and communities. A myriad of legal issues have already arisen, and will continue to develop as federal, state and local government agencies continue to undertake actions to protect the health and safety of the American public.
The Placer County Board of Supervisors approved its letters of support for the termination of the COVID-19 state of emergency Tuesday June 22nd.
Although California reopened June 15, Gov. Gavin Newsom’s state of emergency related to the pandemic, declared March 4, 2020, remained in effect.
The county’s letters note full support for Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 5 (SCR-5) and Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 46 (ACR-46), both of which, if passed, would declare the termination of the emergency proclamation and the powers granted to the governor.
California has been severely effected by Gavin Newsom and his emergency order abuse since the start of the covid plandemic. Now OSHA, who is supposed to protect workers, look as though they have becoming the vaccine police.
A simple anology:
Hilter began closing – Non-essential businesses and churches / schools = the heart of the family
Newsom – Same.
Hilter – created 400 laws in 6 years
Newsom – created 400 laws in 6 months
NEWSOM IS THE SAME. JUST 12 TIMES FASTER THAN HILTER.
Here’s a public comment made by a citizen to the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors.
“Any County Mandate that requires employers to track and record their employees vaccination status violates the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
Cal OSHA’s most recent meeting on June 17, 2021, and the “Employer Mandates” set forth in Santa Clara County’s May 18, 2021 Order that requires exactly that.
Neighboring counties are influenced by decisions made in Santa Clara County. As a resident of San Mateo County, I urge you to retract these mandates immediately and remind you that you have been elected to uphold Constitutional Rights and to protect American freedoms and values.
Employers and business owners should not be obligated to collect employees’ private health information and record it, or face criminal and civil liability. Any mandate to track and record employee vaccination status is unconstitutional.
Employers face substantial civil liability if they comply with such an ordinance. As you may know, CalGINA amends the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) (Cal. Gov’t Code, § 12920 et seq.) CalGINA adds “genetic information” as a prohibited basis for discrimination. If employers are permitted and even forced to track and record vaccine status, they will know which of their employees have and do not have certain genetic traits that make them more susceptible to illness, which is exactly why CalGiNA was enacted- to stop employers from having, and using this type of information.
This recent Santa Clara County Order inspires costly litigation as employees will sue their employers to have their Constitutional Rights upheld. Undoubtedly, once employers are sued, they will cross-claim against the County for forcing them to take actions that violate their employees’ rights. The result will be an endless stream of ongoing and protracted litigation against the County, and deservedly so.
Another concerning result of Santa Clara County’s new mandate is that citizens will be forced to give up private information against their will, and a tattle tale, communistic and harassing workplace will be created. This is not the Government’s role. This is America, not a communist regime. “
Here is a video of residents public comments regarding Placer County Board of Supervisors.
The resolutions the residents of these counties have put together for their communities have tremendous impact to end covid vaccine mandates in the workplace and in their respected counties.
Here are some of the resolutions:
I. That no business, entity, or organization in San Benito County shall require any person to receive a vaccination, or be required to show proof of a vaccination, as a condition of employment.
II. That no business, entity, or organization in San Benito County shall require any person to receive a vaccination, or be required to show proof of a vaccination, as a condition of patronizing any business, entity, or organization.
III. That as individuals are encouraged to make medical decisions with his or her informed consent, in concert with the medical provider of his or her choosing, and has the right to maintain his or her privacy regarding said decisions, no business, entity, or organization shall interfere with those rights in any way.
IV. That San Benito County will not require nor will it enforce any mandate that requires persons to wear masks for face coverings.
V. That San Benito County will issue no mask or face covering mandates
VI. That the County shall treat all individuals whether or not they receive a vaccine equally, and
VII. Separation into people in San Benito County into separate groups or classes, based on their vaccination status, shall not occur for any purpose.
VIII. That San Benito County will not enforce any mask or face covering mandates issued by any outside agency.
IX. That all signage requiring masks or face coverings shall be removed from all County facilities
X. The County requests that California leadership direct clarity, not confusion or conflict, between different California Departments, and the regulations promulgated by those Departments.
XI. That all medical providers should take all necessary steps to provide informed consent pursuant to the EUA.
XII. That the State shall take all action necessary to allow all County employees and citizens to be empowered to make their own decisions regarding whether to wear a mask, with which such decision shall not be interfered.
XIII. That all County employees are empowered to make their own decisions regarding whether to wear a mask, with which such decision shall not be interfered.
With resolutions like these brought to each county in California, the board of supervisors for each county should consider to end the vaccine mandate push as well as wearing masks indoor or outdoor.
The county board members that are still listening to Gavin Newsom and allowing him to abuse his power and not doing their job are in violation of California Health and Safety Code 101080, stating that a local health emergency can only be called where there is an ‘IMMEDIENT AND PROXIMATE THREAT of the INTRODUCTION of a contagious disease…” and this local health emergency Expires AFTER SEVEN DAYS. There is no emergency and Gavin Newsom’s reopening of California economy on June 15th declares that.
The numbers do not add up which is why California is doing away with their color tier system of covid emergency. Public servants going along with this will be considered accomplices to due negligence of duties to uphold the Constitution while serving an elected position. Public servants like the board of supervisors are in violation U.S Code §3331 who swear (or affirm) that they will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that they will bear true faith and allegiance to the same.
All government power in our country emanates from the U.S. Constitution, which during a time of “grave emergency” in our history purposefully established: (a) a system of checks and balances with three branches of government; (b) the principle of federalism, which creates and recognizes two sovereign powers—the federal and state governments; and (c) a Bill of Rights, which further specifies the limitations of the government’s powers with respect to individual citizens. The U.S. Constitution imposes limits on governmental power by dividing government against itself—both by giving different branches of government separate functions and by forcing different governments to share power.
During a pandemic the constitution is still active and state citizens rights do not just disappear overnight.
The residents of each county are now arming themselves with the Law of this great nation. God Bless California and the United States of America.