Now that we’re a full year into a “pandemic” due to a bug that has a 99.98% survival rate, and has been successfully treated with cheap drugs whether the mainstream media and the government will report that or not, the whole idea that all of humanity should walk around with prophylactic face diapers to prevent any sort of spread is getting dinged on a regular basis.
If the masks really worked, the “pandemic” would be over by now.
That being the case governors in Florida, Texas, Alabama, and other states have lifted any sort of state-wide mandates for the wearing of the psychological tools. Other states are not so lucky, and that being the case, in places like Wisconsin, lawsuits were filed to void and vacate any such draconian orders that have no basis in scientific reality despite the aura imposed by breathless reporting and promotion of fear.
In its 4-to-3 ruling, which voids a Feb. 4 face-covering order currently in effect, the court found that Evers effectively breached a statute that limits his emergency powers to 60 days without approval of the state legislature.
“The question, in this case, is not whether the Governor acted wisely; it is whether he acted lawfully,” Justice Brian Hagedorn wrote for the majority. “We conclude he did not.”
The governor didn’t act wisely, either, but that’s beside the point.
The court’s majority likened the governor’s recurring orders to a game of whack-a-mole in which he sought to dodge the legislature, which opposed his extended emergency powers, by altering each new order even though it was substantially similar.
“The governor cannot make an end-run around legislative revocation simply by itemizing a previously unidentified justification for the state of emergency,” it said.
For his part, the governor claims he was following health officials’ recommendations.