Undercover agents enforcing state health rules at restaurants, bars
As patrons potentially flock to bars and restaurants over the holiday weekend, extra undercover agents will be out to observe, educate and, if necessary, enforce the stateâ€™s public health order to thwart the spread of coronavirus.
The agents are part of the Ohio Investigative Unit, which is made up of plainclothes peace officers responsible for enforcing Ohioâ€™s alcohol, tobacco and food stamp fraud laws.
Along with looking for criminal activity, the officers now are tasked with watching for potential violations of the stateâ€™s health order for restaurants and bars to safely operate during the coronavirus pandemic....
Citizen wrote: Itâ€™s the state thatâ€™s breaking the law, the constitution & bill of rights!
Then you must support the Incorporation Doctrine, which was implied by the 13th Amendment originated during the Civil War and opposed by Slave States, the same people who insisted that Free States could not nullify the Fugitive Slave Law.
Originally, the Bill of Rights was binding only on the Nat'l Gov't, not the States. This was why States with established churches were not violating the Bill of Rights.
In one of your states in the USA, (I think you will quickly know which one I an refering to), one particular governor has made strange arbitrary laws on what can and cannot be sold. This meant that in a multiple store, the food items could be sold, but useful things like seeds and diy items for people in lockdown in their homes, had to be taped off and not sold!!! Churches of course not allowed to open either.
Another state, where also churches not allowed to open, yet a sex establishment with presumably no physical distancing can be open!!
Yet other states where people who need to open their businesses because bills are mounting up, sent to jail, yet career criminals like thieves, murderers and rapists released from jail to resume their nefarious careers!! What utter madness!! Our PM here, after some had advice from the now sidelined Professor Ferguson did do a lockdown, but thankfully did not make it too severe.