Report: Biden Doesn’t Care if It’s Legal or NOT

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Whether it’s legal to slap another moratorium down on evictions or not, Joe Biden went ahead and did it anyway. It looks like the Imperial Palace has made it official and declared the Constitution null and void.

Biden makes his own laws

Nancy Pelosi never bothered to write down the deadline given to her by the Supreme Court so she blew it. A single day before the moratorium on evictions expired, the Speaker of the House started beating the bushes to round up votes to properly extend it.

By then, all the Democrats had left Washington, like the sinking ship it is, so she fell short and the moratorium lapsed. Along comes Joe Biden to the rescue.

Even His Wisdom Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. himself admits that he “doesn’t know whether his new federal eviction moratorium for renters is legal and sustainable.” That didn’t stop him from signing it though.

He justifies suspending the constitution in the name of “crushing humanitarian and political pressure” which “left him no choice but to take a chance on an emergency move.” SCOTUS already made it crystal clear that Congress is the one on the hot-seat who needs to act. The Constitution says that the executive branch needs to stay out of it. “Aw, c’mon man, that outdated document has been debunked.”

His Wisdom’s handlers wouldn’t give him a moment’s peace until he harassed the US Centers for Disease Control into declaring “a new moratorium until the end of October that applies to counties with substantial or high community spread of Covid-19.”

Basically Joe Biden “improvised with executive power to shield constituencies from consequences of a malfunctioning political system.”

He knows it’s not legal

The concern Joe Biden displays over “public health” is all well and good but even CNN admits that “it is not clear whether this formula will get around a ruling by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh that stipulated that the original moratorium could only be extended if Congress gave the CDC ‘clear and specific’ authorization to do so.” They didn’t.

CNN continues, at “first sight, this new CDC move appears to have ignored that requirement with a semantic argument. Hastily cobbled together and legally questionable, the plan appears highly vulnerable to new court challenges, meaning that the new moratorium — covering 90% of renters — may only be a stopgap solution.” You can be certain that those facing eviction haven’t been working all along to fix the problems with their landlords, so will be dragged out into the street as soon as the paperwork unwinds.

Even Biden himself admitted on Tuesday that “he had sought advice from constitutional scholars and still didn’t have a complete picture about the chances of the new moratorium passing muster in the courts.”

His only hope is to slow things down long enough to get cash into the hands of deadbeat renters to pay the landlord with, “I can’t tell you. I don’t know. There are a few scholars who say it will and others who say it’s not likely to. But at a minimum, by the time it gets litigated, it will probably give some additional time while we’re getting that $45 billion out to people who are in fact behind in the rent and don’t have the money.”

If the government can bail out General Motors and big banks, why shouldn’t they be able to bail out deadbeat renters too? They can. That’s not the issue. Congress could have much more easily extended the moratorium properly, they just didn’t do their homework. Instead, their lack of planning turned into a crisis for the Palace. AOC and her radical socialist followers camped out at the Capitol and it was making things difficult for Biden.

It didn’t take long for him to cave in and intentionally break the law. Knowing full well what he was doing would never fly and doing it anyway. Two can play that game so Donald Trump keeps holding “cabinet meetings” at his seat of government in exile, Mar-a-lago. It will be interesting to see how it all turns out.