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...even with the clear language of our First Amendment and the history that should inform our actions, the struggle to maintain this essential right from the control of government continues to this day. Modern lawmakers like to carve out excuses and causes for government intrusions into our inherent rights when some imagined need arises. William Pitt, The Younger warned in 1783, 'Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants. It is the creed of slaves.' Necessity seems to always be the most powerful tool to persuade the masses into accepting these infringements. Today because of the Coronavirus scare, religious liberty is facing a huge 'necessity plea' in the form of limits upon assembly." -KrisAnne Hall

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Right now, these are the two most comprehensive videos available by a Constitutional law expert about standing up & enforcing your rights as American citizens during this time of governmental overreach due to COVID-19.

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