“If the Trump administration had ignored a direct warning from the Supreme Court, Democrats would rightfully line up to condemn the president. Mr. Biden does not get a pass on the rule of law because his heart is in the right place.” — Washington Post Editorial Board
Question: If the executive branch flagrantly defies the judicial branch to act as the legislative branch, is that considered a constitutional crisis?
The same government forcing private businesses to mandate vaccines is telling private landlords they have no property rights. Once again, the incompetence of the Biden Administration is bleeding through. With several months to find an equitable solution that could benefit both sides, a Bill was never truly crafted, and the renter moratorium expired without any action from the White House and Congress. What happened next can only be described as tyrannical.
The President of the United States is acting unconstitutionally and openly admitting that it’s unconstitutional, and destroying middle class property owners in the process, and the Republican Party seems to have hardly noticed.
With the Biden administration announcing a new eviction moratorium that the President admits is unconstitutional, are there Democrats saying “this is not who we are” or openly worrying about trampling on the Constitution?
Why aren’t Republicans all over this eviction moratorium stuff? The CDC has assumed the power to write legislation and remove property rights from millions of Americans at once. Where are the Republicans?
We did it! We encouraged the executive branch to defy the judicial branch and usurp the power of the legislative branch. Let that sink in.
Putting middle class landlords more in the red by suspending enforcement of, well, paying rent, is good for Blackrock, which can then snatch up their homes at discount prices when they get desperate to sell.
How can anyone approve of the CDC suddenly setting landlord-tenant law, complete with fines and jail sentences, in the face of a SCOTUS ruling, without bidding farewell to the rule of law?
BlackRock/Vanguard will buy up the homes, shipping industries, farms, companies, and land. In the end, they have the assets, and we will all serve as our corporate overlords. Marx was right. Capitalism unchecked transforms into socialism.
The idea that you have a right to live on a small businessman’s land for 18 months without paying him is insane.
CDC leverageing fines? The CDC is telling landlords they can’t evict their tenants who don’t pay rent?
The CDC is not in charge of people’s property.
IN FACT, the only person in charge of their property is the landlord.
If it’s not clear to you yet, the government does not respect property rights and that is a big problem. However, I’m sure the Blackrock members in the White House certainly respect Blackrock’s property rights.
Landlords are typically middle class, small business owners, who still have mortgages on their property.
And the CDC tells them they can’t evict? Would the CDC also say we can get away with not paying the mortgage on our houses?