Occupied Republic of Texas bar owners file $10 million federal lawsuit against red Russian Occupation Gov. Greg Abbott, the second suit over the shutdown in two days

What the Hell is a red Russian doing telling Texicans what to do?
I call this a red Russian OCCUPATION crime cabal “government”.

Why don’t the red Russian occupier of Texas, ole kiss Israhell’s ass but tare down Texican memorials Abbot, get the hell out of Texas.

HE CAN CATCH A PLANE TO OCCUPIED Palestine or Moscow ANY DAMN hour of the day or night.

I am sure they will load his wheel chair in the belly of the beast taking his treasonous to his Host Country, the Occupied by the USA for 155 years and counting, Republic of Texas, ass to where red Russians congregate.

Cause God as my witness, that congregation will NOT be in the OCCUPIED Republic of Texas!

I will volunteer to personally roll his treasonous ass up the ramp in his wheelchair!

See ya, don’t come back now!

The Ole Dog!
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Texas bar owners file $10 million federal lawsuit against Gov. Greg Abbott, the second suit over the shutdown in two days

The bar owners say in the lawsuit that Abbott’s order violates their constitutional rights and “may very well leave long-term scarring on the Republican form of government if left unchecked.”

Several Texas bar owners filed a $10 million federal lawsuit Tuesday afternoon against Gov. Greg Abbott, in an attempt to void his executive order shutting down bars for a second time since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.

All of the plaintiffs are members of the Texas Bar and Nightclub Alliance. This is the second lawsuit filed against Abbott this week after more than 30 Texas bars filed a lawsuit in Travis County over his recent shutdown order on Monday.

In addition to the damages, the lawsuit asks the court to stop Abbott from enforcing his executive order which closes bars and to prevent him from issuing similar orders in the future without proper notice. The suit said Abbott should give businesses more than 24 hours notice before shutting them down, “unless in the case of imminent threat of harm.” The lawsuit also asks that future shutdown orders have a clear end date and lay out conditions that would have to be met for the order be extended.

On Friday morning, Abbott ordered bars to close by noon and reduced restaurant capacity back down to 50% from 75% to combat the spread of COVID-19.

More:
https://www.texastribune.org/2020/06/30/texas-bars-lawsuit-greg-abbott/