Medical Martial Law? DOJ Requests Suspension of Certain Constitutional Rights

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A concerning new report published in Rolling Stone titled, “DOJ Wants to Suspend Certain Constitutional Rights During Coronavirus Emergency,” reveals that the Department of Justice, under the auspices of protecting the public health from the threat of COVID-19, is attempting to suspend some of the most basic protections upon which the United States Constitution and our civil rights are founded.

As summarized in the Rolling Stone article,

“The Department of Justice has secretly asked Congress for the ability to detain arrested people “indefinitely” in addition to other powers that one expert called “terrifying.” 

The story first broke through the Hill, which reported in greater depth on the topic:

“Documents obtained by the publication revealed several different proposals.

One of the proposed changes would give the attorney general the power to ask top district judges to stop court proceedings “whenever the district court is fully or partially closed by virtue of any natural disaster, civil disobedience, or other emergency situation.”

These top judges would also gain the power to the stop court proceedings during a national emergency.

In addition, the DOJ has asked for the ability to ask chief judges to permanently detain an individual without trial during emergencies. 

Another proposal would reportedly waive the statute of limitations for criminal investigations as well as civil trials during an emergency and could last up to “one year following the end of the national emergency.”


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