A private businessman hounded for years by a district attorney for a “traffic case” has written a damning letter to the Tennessee Supreme Court justices for their refusal to do justice and honor their oaths.
By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 92.7 FM
The aggrieved is Arther J. Hirsch of Lawrence County, who has fought most of his life to vindicate private rights and constitutional guarantees to property and movement, including a 4-year-old criminal traffic case.
Mr. Hirsch in his 9-page letter sent certified mail to each justice, condemns the overthrow of the legal system by the executive branch and the refusal of the judicial officers to withstand the fraud of the CV-19 state of disaster created by Gov. Bill Lee, a Republican who is ignoring Tenn. Code Ann. § 68-5-104, the primary law dealing with contagions, epidemics and quarantine.
I offer this letter as an example of the kind of thing you can do to help liberty in Tennessee. I ask you to write a letter to the Supreme Court today about the evils of revolution and overthrow of law.
The justices could change their minds about siding with the governor and promoting the unitary administrative superstate that effectively ends republican representative government and democratic process.
If you are following my case, State of Tennessee ex rel Tulis, you realise that it directly challenges the evils set forth by Mr. Hirsch and empowers the justices to act righteously.
Am I in this fight entirely alone? It sometimes seems like it. But, no: You can provide cover fire by writing a letter to the supreme court. Read Mr. Hirsch’s essay first.