How Covid Put an End to Your Right to Due Process, by Daren A. Wisely

STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

Covid put an end to a lot of your rights, but the right to due process is definitely a big one. From Daren A. Wisely at mises.org:

Over a year ago, the covid panic shook the world. We were told it would only be “15 days to flatten the curve” as businesses were locked down, “nonessential” employees were forced out of work (I’ve written about the myth of the nonessential employee here), masks were mandated, and individuals were not allowed to gather in groups or attend religious services.

In typical fashion, a government-mandated “temporary” usurpation of liberty turned into an indefinite infringement, as shown by the fact that we’re still under covid orders four hundred days later. Regardless of the length of time, the question remains that few have asked: What authority does the government have to lock us down and force us out of work?

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