Speaking of Fascism in action by democrats


All Conference
Dec 1, 2005
The CDC has no power to enforce moratorium on evictions. The SCOTUS ruled congress would have to make a law. Even forgetful Joe says scholars can’t support the CDC. The banks still want paid but landlords can’t collect

problem is, fascist pelosi won’t enact a law and the CDC, who doesn’t have power to make laws, is making defacto laws ILLEGALLY

Opinion by
George F. Will
Yesterday at 12:56 p.m. EDT

The still-unfolding story of the eviction moratorium might yet validate the axiomthat nothing is as permanent as a temporary government program. It certainly demonstrates how the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated a preexisting political ailment — institutional, including constitutional, disarray.
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In March 2020, Congress legislated an eviction moratorium applicable to federally subsidized housing (about 28 percent of multifamily properties) and expiring in July 2020. In September 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an executive branch appendage, suddenly acted as a supplemental legislature. The CDC declared a ban on evictions from any rental housing for nonpayment by individuals making under $99,000 annually or couples making $198,000, who self-certify having suffered pandemic-related financial injury. (In 2020, the median household income was $68,400.) The Biden administration extended the ban three times, through July 31.
Saying that evictions would cause people to move around, perhaps into congested spaces, the CDC located its authority to adopt a housing policy in a lawempowering it to “provide for such inspection, fumigation, disinfection, sanitation, pest extermination, destruction of animals or articles found to be so infected or contaminated as to be sources of dangerous infection to human beings, and other measures.
FAQ: The eviction moratorium has been extended for many renters, but not for all. Here’s what you need to know.
The most recent of the federal courts that have ruled the eviction ban illegal unanimously held that “other measures” must be something the moratorium is not — measures “similar to” those enumerated in the same sentence. The court, anticipating the Supreme Court, said that Congress must enact “exceedingly clear language” if it wants to dramatically enlarge the government’s power over private property. The court said that under the CDC’s interpretation of its power, it “can do anything it can conceive of to prevent the spread of disease,” even shuttering “entire industries,” exercising “near-dictatorial power for the duration of the pandemic.” Or without a pandemic: seasonal flus kill thousands annually.
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Dec 28, 2009

Sanctions Stand

Sep 19, 2002
listen... Dementia Joe wants to give you an AOK for a backyard BBQ on the 4th. That is were we are today... a demented worthless old fart trying to give you a warm fuzzy about a backyard BBQ.

worst POTUS in the history of the union
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Nov 5, 2001


Jun 30, 2005
Careful now comrades, you don’t want to be charged with a hate crime:

Good gawd, Peter Hotez has been a complete embarrassment this entire ordeal. Now he wants to play the victim.

I guess he fits in perfectly with the left.

Also, fvck him and his bow-tie

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