Illinois (ECWd) –
The Motion for Summary Judgement against Governor Pritzker was filed today in Clay County. An additional brief is also being filed and we will update with a seperate article once we obtain a copy.
While there are many legal positions outlined in the filing, a few key ones below sums things up nicely.
“The Illinois Constitution does not confer upon Pritzker the power to issue EO 32 for the purpose of separating and restricting the movement and activities of every citizen of this state, whether they be ill or not.”
“None of the six enumerated provisions of the IEMAA cited by Pritzker in EO 32 delegate authority for him to separate and restrict the movement and activities of every citizen of this state, whether they be ill or not”
“The Illinois Constitution does not confer upon Pritzker the power to issue EO 32 for the purpose of forcibly closing every business in this state which he concluded to be nonessential.”
“None of the six enumerated provisions of the IEMAA delegate authority to Pritzker the power to forcibly close every business in this state which he concluded to be non-essential.”
“Nothing written in the IEMAA can be construed as an intent by our legislature to delegate to the executive office such extraordinary power over our people.”
We are confident the supporting legal brief will contain all the evidence necessary for the courts to grant the motion, which is to be heard on Friday. The Governor has until Thursday, noon, to file a response and we will publish their filing in a separate article.
Download Summary Judgment at this link or view below.
PLAINTIFF'S MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT Bailey v Pritzker
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Elizabeth GruberPosted at 17:37h, 18 May
Keep the heat on and hopefully these illegal executive orders will burn themselves out.