Judges Have Been Actively Legislating from the Bench and Requiring COVID Mask Mandates on Children

Craig Huey Constitutional Rights, Education, Politics Leave a Comment

Masks for kids (and adults) have not proven to be effective.

In fact, they often have proven to be harmful.

And it creates psychological and social problems as well when kids cannot see expressions on another person’s face.

Many parents have gone to school boards as well as to court to try to allow the parents to have the freedom to decide…which should be the case in a free society.

But sometimes judges who have an ideological point of view…known as judicial activists…will often legislate from the bench and force masking because that is their own personal belief…not based on the Constitution, and not law.

Let’s take a look at one case.

Here is what recently happened in the state of Tennessee:

Waverly Crenshaw is Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for Middle Tennessee.

What he did was outrageous and wrong. He imposed his own personal beliefs on the parents and children when he suspended the new state law.

It made masking voluntary — not something imposed on the children at any school district.

This was legislation passed by the legislature, signed into law by the Governor — and the Judge decided, as an unelected, appointed Judge that the legislature, reflecting the will of the people, should be overridden because he is right and they are wrong.

What do you think? Let me know at craig@craighuey.com.

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