Words in your mouth for fighting CV-19 despots

Gov. Bill Lee has violated Tenn. Code Ann. 68-5-104, the state isolation and quarantine law, and his attorney’s admission of same is admission of a crime, that of official misconduct. His state of emergency is set to expire in July. (Photo governor’s office)
  1. “No court order? Get off my property.”
  1. “No arrest warrant? Get off my property.”

By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 92.7 FM

  1. “You think you can arrest me without a warrant in hand first? Think again. Standing here with a bare face is not a ‘public offense,’ and arresting me violates 40-7-103, arrest by officer without a warrant. Get a warrant, sir.”
  1. “Is the county compliant with T.C.A. § 68-5-104? Don’t know? Well, it’s a matter in court, and it’s not. So get off my property and put everything in writing.”
  1. “You say you have authority? Please state in writing your authority, and send it to me at my address, care of my attorney.”
  1. “Officer, I’m a belligerent claimant in person. I don’t yield any of my rights at any time, and insist on respect of all my rights at all time. They are constitutionally guaranteed, unalienable, inherent and — get this, sir — get this: They are God-given. Isn’t that amazing — praise God’s name! So, get off my property now since you don’t have a court order or a warrant. Good-day.”

Creating an administrative record

  1. Create an administrative record of demands seeking evidence from the official that his department or office is compliant with the state’s epidemics, quarantine law, which allows police action or civil prosecutions of people only once they are reasonably alleged to be agents of contagion or carriers. Such record is easy to develop in what I call the 1+1+1+1 method. If you have made reasonable efforts to determine the agent’s authority, you can aver he has none if your inquiries are ignored.
  2. The David Tulis case to stop the TN CV-19 violation of 68-5-104 began just this way, with a demand letter asking for proof of compliance with the law. None existed. I filed suit vs. Gov. Bill Lee and local official Becky Barnes Oct. 2, 2020 (case in the court of appeals).
  1. Key words in rebuffing false authority illicitly imposed: “No employee has been determined to be an infectious principle through lawful due process, nor has been determined, pursuant to law, to be a risk to the public, to give either the government jurisdiction or the employer lawful authority to force any mitigation measure on innocent people, or to extort or coerce them of their property or rights under color of a lawful public health authority.”
The Tulis Report is 1 p.m. weekdays at NoogaRadio 92.7 FM.

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