We are Americans. No one tells us how to worship, where to worship, or infringes on any aspect of our vigilant duty necessary to maintain religious freedom protecting every liberty, every life, and our property. Governments interfering with our rights had our vote delegated to them to , it's our duty to take it back.
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Dr. Philip Paleracio "Doc Phil" Assembly District 35
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Happy Sunday, Eureka County!
This week, ECSO has received two complaints about people gathering and not social distancing. These are NOT an emergency or a matter that ECSO Deputies will be responding to.
These complaints were due to 15-20 people celebrating a birthday party, and today, a church hosting an outdoor church service.
The constitution of the United States allows us the Freedom to Assemble, and the Freedom of Religion. No emergency declaration that’s been signed can take those god given rights away from us.
I spoke at UNR in February, and I talked about how the protection of those rights are up to each of us. People choosing to excursive their rights to assemble is their step of protecting these rights.
From birthday parties to church services, these are the rights of the American people, and just because you don’t like what they’re doing, doesn’t mean you’re right. You have a choice to stay home, just as they have the right to assemble.
In closing, it is my stance, that the men and women of the ECSO will not be taking enforcement action on any of Governor Sisolak’s “Orders” that clearly violate our constitutional rights.
Jesse J. Watts
Learn Your Rights, as long as they Don't Infringe on Someone Else's Rights you have an obligation and moral duty to stand up for you, and the God Consciousness within You. #GovernmentNotTheBossofMyCross #InGodWeTrust