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The Governor cited in his highly unconstitutional Executive Order, KRS 39A (it clearly violates the state and US Constitutional Bill of Rights.)
Below is that document, with some bolded unconstitutional aspects. But unfortunately as it gives the Executive the privilege to make wide sweeping monarchical proclamations of Arbitrary Power, which is a clear violation of the Kentucky Supreme Court, then we will have to comply. Especially as 39A (passed in 1998 by the General Assembly, and apparently never challenged in the currently closed Supreme Court), actually authorizes arrest without warrants! So yes, we are closed this week, and the next, and we’ll re-evaluate. And we do support the spacing idea, on account of the difficulty we have in flattening the curve. It probably WILL be two weeks before Spring crushes this virus. Just so you know if you start getting strep, we can drop-ship herbs, prescribe herbs, and more. Also we still have Feng Shui, Life, Herbal, BaZi, and I Ching consultations which you can take advantage of to get yourself evolved and through this “bamboo node” (refer to previous I ching posting).

39A.010 Legislative intent — Necessity.
The General Assembly realizes the Commonwealth is subject at all times to disaster or
emergency occurrences which can range from crises affecting limited areas to widespread
catastrophic events, and that response to these occurrences is a fundamental responsibility
of elected government in the Commonwealth. It is the intent of the General Assembly to
establish and to support a statewide comprehensive emergency management program for
the Commonwealth, and through it an integrated emergency management system, in order
to provide for adequate assessment and mitigation of, preparation for, response to, and
recovery from, the threats to public safety and the harmful effects or destruction resulting
from all major hazards, including but not limited to: flood, flash flood, tornado, blizzard,
ice storm, snow storm, wind storm, hail storm, or other severe storms; drought, extremes
of temperature, earthquake, landslides, or other natural hazards; fire, forest fire, or other
conflagration; enemy attack, threats to public safety and health involving nuclear,
chemical, or biological agents or weapons; sabotage, riot, civil disorder or acts of
terrorism, and other domestic or national security emergencies; explosion, power failure
or energy shortages, major utility system failure, dam failure, building collapse, other
infrastructure failures; transportation-related emergencies on, over, or through the
highways, railways, air, land, and waters in the Commonwealth; emergencies caused by
spill or release of hazardous materials or substances; mass-casualty or mass-fatality
emergencies; other technological, biological, etiological, radiological, environmental,
industrial, or agricultural hazards; or other disaster or emergency occurrences; or
catastrophe; or other causes; and the potential, threatened, or impending occurrence of
any of these events; and in order to protect life and property of the people of the
Commonwealth, and to protect public peace, health, safety, and welfare, and the
environment; and in order to ensure the continuity and effectiveness of government in
time of emergency, disaster, or catastrophe in the Commonwealth, it is hereby declared to
be necessary:
(1) To create a Division of Emergency Management as the emergency management
agency of state government and to authorize the creation of local emergency
management agencies in the cities, counties, and urban-county or charter county
governments of the Commonwealth;
(2) To confer upon the Governor, the county judges/executive of the counties, the
mayors of the cities and urban-county governments of the Commonwealth, and the
chief executive of other local governments the emergency powers provided in KRS
Chapters 39A to 39F;
(3) To establish provisions for mutual aid among the cities, counties, and urban-county
or charter county governments of the Commonwealth, with other states, and with
the federal government with respect to the performance of disaster and emergency
preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation functions; and
(4) To authorize the establishment of a statewide comprehensive emergency
management program and integrated emergency management system, the
promulgation of orders or administrative regulations, and the taking of other steps
necessary and appropriate to carry out the provisions of KRS Chapters 39A to 39F.
Effective: July 15, 1998

39A.190 Power of arrest for violation of order or administrative regulation.
A peace officer, when in full and distinctive uniform or displaying a badge or other
insignia of authority, may arrest without a warrant any person violating or attempting to
violate in the officer’s presence any order or administrative regulation made pursuant to
this chapter, or KRS Chapter 39B, 39C, 39D, 39E, or 39F.
Effective: July 15, 1998
History: Created 1998 Ky. Acts ch. 226, sec. 18, effective July 15, 1998

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