The idiocy from the tyrants keeps on getting ramped up, which is possibly a good thing for us because the more obscenely they push everything to Clown World the sooner the rest of the world can wake up to how all of this is complete nonsense.

Nashville city councilwoman Sharon Hurt at an August 5th meeting between the city’s Public Safety, Beer & Regulated Beverages and Health, Hospitals, & Social Services committees calls for people who don’t wear masks to be charged with attempted murder. Thankfully, she’s as ignorant as she is long-winded because she doesn’t know the difference between the powers the city can set versus the state powers and is disappointed to be told that her ham-brained idea is impossible to go through with.

My question goes back to legislation. I don’t know if Mike Jameson could be the one to answer the question, but my concern is — you know I work for an organization, that if they pass a virus, then they are tried for murder or attempted murder, if they are not told … and this person who may very well pass this virus that’s out in the air because they’re not wearing a mask is basically doing the same thing to someone who contracts it and dies from it.

It seems to me that we have been more reactive, as opposed to proactive, and a little too late, too little. So, my thing is, maybe there should be legislation, stronger legislation, I don’t know if Mike Jameson is… can speak to it, but maybe there needs to be stronger legislation to say that if you do not wear a mask and you subject exposure of this virus to someone else then there will be some stronger penalty as it is in other viruses that are exposed.

Sharon Hurt

Mike Jameson, director of legislative affairs and senior advisor to Nashville Mayor John Cooper had to explain to Hurt that the city council does not have the legal authority to create criminal statutes (because that’s something you want to have to explain to an elected councilwoman).

The council does not have the opportunity on its own to create criminal legislation, that is a state creature. We’re warranted by state law, to apply criminal application to violations, just for example, as the state law allows us to apply a Class E misdemeanor to violate a health director violation. But, in terms of creating a new code, or class of criminal offenses, that is a creature of state law.

Mike Jameson

Her response?

I was afraid that was going to be the answer.

Sharon Hurt

What a fucking clown.

It will not be too soon for her blood to one day water the Tree of Liberty, as all tyrants deserve.

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