What the Arizona Bill “actually” Says
Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – “This is how faux journalists and faux reporters work these days. You go in and nearly start a riot, you whip everyone up into a frenzy, you say things about things that are not true, you imply things to make people think that this is actually what’s being discussed when it’s not, and the news cycle thus repeats it.” Check out today’s transcript for the rest…
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Mike: This is how faux journalists and faux reporters work these days. You go in and nearly start a riot, you whip everyone up into a frenzy, you say things about things that are not true, you imply things to make people think that this is actually what’s being discussed when it’s not, and the news cycle thus repeats it. So repeat it over and over and over again was Arizona’s attempt to basically hunt down any person that was a homosexual, corral them into some OK Corral out there in Tombstone, Arizona, get them all together at once, call the firing squad to meet, and then shoot them all.
Eric: That would have been great if solicitors would have been going around trying to sell products, and then if they agreed, they said: Okay, are you homosexual? I’m sorry, I can’t do business with you then. Have a good day.
Mike has been talking about many different ways to deal with the American Union & it’s attack dog, the “Federal” government – There’s Article V & Nullification too!
Mike: The perception of how this was presented ultimately became what the bill is. I’m going to read to you the operative part of the act, because I have it here. The operative part of the act, if you’re looking for it, you’ll find it at the azleg.gov site. That’s the Arizona Legislature. As I said, SB1062, the entire PDF file is three pages long. On page one is the description of the bill. There is a box in which the description is printed in. On page two we find:
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona: Section 1. Section 41-1493, Arizona Revised Statutes, is amended to read: 41-1493. Definitions In this article, unless the context otherwise requires:
1. “Demonstrates” means . . .
2. “Exercise of religion” means . . .
3. “Government” includes . . .
4. “Nonreligious assembly or institution” includes . . .
5. “Person” includes . . .
6. “Political subdivision” includes . . .
7. “Religion-neutral zoning standards” . . .
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C. STATE ACTION may substantially burden a person’s exercise of religion only if THE OPPOSING PARTY demonstrates that application of the burden to the PERSON’S EXERCISE OF RELIGION IN THIS PARTICULAR INSTANCE is both:
2. The least restrictive means of furthering that compelling governmental interest. D. A person whose religious exercise is burdened in violation of this section may assert that violation as a claim or defense in a judicial proceeding . . .
Mike: Thus the religious liberty protection clause of the act. In other words, if someone, namely a federal judge or a state judge or some county tinhorn dictator tries to tell you that you have to provide something to someone that you do not wish to based on a religious objection, and they force or compel you to, then you can seek redress in a court. If you reverse that, let’s just reverse that and say that it doesn’t exist. That means that now you can be compelled to perform said service and you may not seek redress or compensation in a court of law in the State of Arizona. In the absence of this particular statute, now, if you’re an Arizonan, and if you defy the act of Eric Holder, Barrack Obama, Judge Garcia in Texas — we’ll get into that in a moment — and you defy them and say “I’m not going to do it” and they fine you or lock you up, persecute you in any way, shape, or form, you do not have, under Arizona law, a legal recourse to action. If the bill goes through, if people just shut up and let the bill pass, then what you basically will then have is freedom of association. You will have the protection of the law if you choose to exercise that freedom of association.
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