On Friday, Oregon Dictator, er, Governor Kate Brown said Oregonians who know their neighbors are violating the latest COVID edicts should report them to the police.
“This is no different than what happens if there’s a party down the street and it’s keeping everyone awake,” the Democrat wannabe dictator said during an interview on Friday. “What do neighbors do [in that case]? They call law enforcement because it’s too noisy. This is just like that. It’s like a violation of a noise ordinance.”
Earlier, Brown instituted a two-week “freeze” on the entire state, which includes capping the number of individuals in a home to six.
Referring to Brown as “Governor Stalin,” Breitbart’s Nick Nolte said, “NO!”
It’s nothing like someone hosting a noisy party late into the night.
It’s not even close to someone hosting a noisy party late into the night.
You might as well compare hand grenades to jelly beans.
Allow me to explain the difference for the America-impaired…
If your neighbor’s party, if their loud music and revelry, is keeping you awake after midnight or whatever, your neighbor is guilty of violating your rights. Their party is intruding on your right to enjoy some peace in your own home, especially late at night.
Now, I would hope before you call the police, you would ask your neighbor to tone it down and maybe give them a little leeway on a Friday or Saturday night (I lived next door for years to a house rented to college kids, so I’m familiar with the nuances of trying not to be a dick), but the moment your neighbor’s noise or beer cans or foot crosses over to your property line, they are violating your rights.
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Seven people gathered next door for Thanksgiving is not a violation of your rights. A hundred people gathered next door (as long as they don’t park like assholes) for Thanksgiving are not violating your rights.
He went on to say that if you call police on a neighbor because there are more than six people in the home, “… you are not being a good citizen, you are being a rat, a snitch, a tattletale, a jerk, and un-American.”
KGW said the “freeze” was implemented by an executive order and anyone in violation “could face up to 30 days in jail, $1,250 in fines or both.”
The report adds:
Critics of the freeze have called it unconstitutional. Clackamas County Chair-elect Tootie Smith said on FOX News the freeze made Oregonians “second-rate slaves” in their own homes.
On Friday, the Marion County Sheriff’s office said in a statement, “We recognize that we cannot arrest or enforce our way out of the pandemic, and we believe both are counterproductive to public health goals.”
“Look, all of this is irresponsible,” Brown said in response to those criticisms. “These are politicians seeking headlines, not public servants, trying to save lives. My top priority as governor is to keep Oregonians healthy and safe. That’s where I’m focused.”
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