Illinois : Court Inspired Lawlessness

Illinois : Court Inspired Lawlessness

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Gun control is not the issue.

The issue is that Prosecutors, Courts, and Judges have unleashed lawlessness in the United States.

Too little time, too much Court Inspired Lawlessness to detail in today’s post.

Across the United States, courts have inflamed lawlessness with their absurdities and self-aggrandizing rulings.

Now is the time to save yourself from this corrupt generation. [see concept]

It is enough to note today that it is the Court, the Judges, the Prosecutors, the Police and their Social Agencies that have unleashed lawless destruction in your neighborhood. Repentance is the only option left open for the individual.

Truth is nowhere to be found, and whoever shuns evil becomes a prey. The Lord looked and was displeased that there was no justice. (Isaiah 59:15)

Look to the Lord, the Living Holy God while there is still some time.

[ Bonus Wisdom ]

A small sampling of examples are the Georgia Supreme Court and Washington State Prosecutors.

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Opinion Unto Righteousness
www.enumclaw.com / Proverbs 18:2 / Timothy Williams
Concept of Enumclaw.com

Monday, May 7, 2018 4:32 AM

Article Reference

(foxnews.com)—He added that around 20 other counties in Illinois have asked for copies of his county’s resolution. He also said officials in Oregon and Washington, have also asked for copies.

County officials say it’s unlikely their symbolic move will be enough to stop the state legislators from passing new gun control measures as the legislature is dominated by lawmakers from in and around Chicago, a city with rampant gun crime.

But it might be enough to make some lawmakers worried.

“I don’t think you can say, ‘I don’t agree with the law so I won’t enforce it,’” said Kathleen Willis, a Democratic state representative from suburban Chicago who sponsored some of the gun legislation. “I think it sends the wrong message.”

Bryan Kibler, the Effingham County’s top prosecutor, claims the resolutions passed by counties aren’t much different from cities such as Chicago which refused to cooperate with federal immigration authorities.