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Constitutional Law Has Been Suspended (and Martial Law has been Implemented in Idaho)

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Constitutional Rights have been suspended in the State of Idaho by Governor Brad Little’s “stay-home” Executive Orders. At a minimum the following rights have been suspended:

1st Amendment - Governor Little’s order demands that there be no gatherings “of any number of individuals outside the household.” This is a clear violation of the first amendment which plainly states that the government shall make no law prohibiting, “the right of the people peaceably to assemble.”

Additionally, the 1st amendment expressly prohibits the government from restricting the “free exercise” of religion, which includes attending church services in groups. Brad Little’s ordinance also prohibits church services and church gatherings which is a clear violation of religious rights and an apparent attack on religious liberties.

5th Amendment - The 5th Amendment of the Constitution expressly states that no person shall be deprived of “liberty...without due process of law.” Case law has established that this means that Americans have the right to travel without being impeded by the government. This right has been clearly established in numerous cases throughout history; however, Governor Little’s order as published states, “All non-essential travel must cease.”

14th Amendment - The equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment clearly states: “nor shall any State...deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” Governor Little’s order does that very thing. It defines certain businesses as “essential” while others are “non-essential.” This effectively gives certain businesses the privilege of staying open while others must shut down.

Permitting some businesses to remain open while others must close, or merely defining some businesses as “essential” while others are “non-essential” is a clear violation of the equal protection clause in the 14th Amendment.


The Constitution is the highest law of the land and no law may usurp or override rights held by the people as expressly written in the Constitution. “Emergencies,” “crises,” or any other circumstance may not suspend Constitutional rights; otherwise, the Constitution means nothing as it can be set aside on a moments notice in the name of anything.

To further underscore this point, note what has already been.....