This Is Not Nazi Germany Or Soviet Russia

REBELLION: 'This Is Not Nazi Germany or Soviet Russia Where You Are Asked For Your Papers!' Says Maine Sheriff
REBELLION: ‘This Is Not Nazi Germany or Soviet Russia Where You Are Asked For Your Papers!’ Says Maine Sheriff. Picture via Facebook

Maine’s Franklin County Sheriff Scott Nichols has a strong message for the Governor of Maine, Janet Mills, who issued “stay-at-home” orders with threats of police punishment if not followed.

Sheriff Nichols issued a statement on the Franklin County Facebook page saying in no uncertain terms he will not follow the unconstitutional order.

We will not be setting up a Police State. PERIOD,” he wrote.

The Sheriff’s Office will not purposefully go out and stop vehicles because they are on the road or stop and ask why people are out and about. To do so puts our officers at risk.

This is not Nazi Germany or Soviet Russia where you are asked for your papers!

The sheriff’s announcement comes as a welcome sign to Americans who have been arrested for insane things like praying outside, surfing, or trying to drive to work.

Someone has to stand up to the unconstitutional directives that are being handed down daily by government officials and it will fall on the sheriffs to uphold what they know to be their legal and lawful duties, none of which involve trampling the rights of citizens.

Please use common sense during this executive order. We are more interested in the safety and well-being of the public as well as our officers at this time.

With that being said, we are sworn to uphold the Constitution and laws of the State – for any unlawful act/situation, arrestees will be taken into custody and transported for fingerprinting and bail.

Meanwhile, during a press conference, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem stated:

Our constitution ensures the citizen’s right is protected… I took an oath to uphold these constitutions… The people themselves are primarily responsible for their safety. They are the ones that are entrusted with expansive freedoms. They’re free to exercise their rights to work, to worship, and to play. Or to even stay home or to conduct social distancing. Since the middle of February I’ve been very clear that people need to take personal responsibility for their health and the well-being of their families.

Wow – what a novel thought – “…people need to take personal responsibility for their health and the well-being of their families.

Frankly, I’m surprised it took this long for one to come forward with this common-sense response to unlawful acts by state officials. Perhaps a good exercise for people stuck on lockdown would be to call their local sheriff’s office and find out where the local sheriff stands on this very important issue of the people’s rights. [Lesser Magistrate, PJ Media]


  1. Health minister warns of penalties for not following public health directives
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    TORONTO — Health Minister Patty Hajdu offered the federal government’s toughest words yet Sunday when she was asked about those who may defy public health recommendations to avoid gatherings for fear of spreading the novel coronavirus.

    “Let me be perfectly clear: We will use every measure in our toolbox at the federal level to ensure compliance,” she said Sunday at the government’s daily press briefing in Ottawa.

    “The advice is getting stronger and stronger, and with that advice will be coming more and more penalties if people don’t listen.”

    While many in Canada and around the world have been practising physical distancing to keep themselves from contracting COVID-19 and passing it on to others, the tactic loses its effectiveness if it is not widely followed.

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    Videos showing crowded beaches, jam-packed parties and other events clearly not heeding this advice have generated tremendous scorn from authorities and the public. While much of this footage is from outside Canada, there is also evidence of Canadians ignoring the recommendations – such as picnickers at Vancouver’s English Bay on Saturday.

    The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has recommended that no gatherings involving more than 50 people be held. Some jurisdictions have instituted lower limits – Germany set its maximum at two people on Sunday – and many public health experts say any gathering carries an unnecessary amount of risk at this time.

    No matter how many attendees are present at a gathering, PHAC says everyone should be spaced at least two metres apart from everyone else.

    Asked exactly how the government is terming its message to those who are still defying public health recommendations, Hajdu said it is “asking them and recommending them, and I hope we don’t have to get to ordering them.”


    The health minister also directed remarks at travellers returning from March break excursions and snowbirds on their way back to Canada, emphasizing the urgency of the situation.

    “When we say that you must stay at home for 14 days, that means you stay at home for 14 days. You do not stop for groceries. You do not visit your neighbours or your friends. You rest in your house for 14 days – no exceptions,” she said.

    Hajdu alluded to the federal Quarantine Act, which allows the government to impose conditions on returning travellers who may be at risk of spreading an infectious disease – including barring them from entering Canada. Anyone found guilty of putting others in harm’s way by contravening a Quarantine Act order can face a maximum penalty of a $1-million fine or three years in prison.

    The Quarantine Act only applies to people entering Canada, not those already on Canadian territory. The government’s best method of controlling that second group is considered to be invoking the Emergencies Act, which grants the government sweeping powers including the ability to order evacuations and travel prohibitions within Canada.

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said that the government is not ruling out ever using the Emergencies Act, but does not believe it is warranted based on the current situation. He reiterated Sunday that provincial governments have tools that they have yet to use, and that he would only invoke the Emergencies Act after Canada has “exhausted all other steps.”

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  2. Finally a Constitution abiding law enforcement officer! It’s well past time for thousands of armed bikers to citizen arrest all Constitutional oath violating politicians across the USA. That goes for Constitution violating law enforcement as well. Not to do so will cause this tyranny to last forever.

  3. HAHAHA,ONE SHERIFF says he’ll uphold his OATH,OUT OF TEN THOUSAND the rest will terrorize everyone ,murder,rob,rape women and children,AMERICANS TRULY ARE STUPID,your HERO’S are all devils and you’ll LEARN THIS THE HARD WAY VERY SOON,get ready for WAR dumb shits OR DIE….

  4. Japan is making smart cities and they need 6G network and they said we are not waiting for it till arrives guess what they already made 6G network for their smart cities. 6G is bring us misery and now 6G is already arrived in Japan for making smart cities that you will never need leave the city . You are prisoners of smart cities? No to 5G or 6G or LIFI?

  5. God bless these people ,WE NEED MILLIONS LIKE THEM to stop this satanic wave destroying humanity,and we need them now because these bastards have intentions to kill you,your family,your animals your way if life,AND WE MUST STOP THEM,JESUS IS NOT COMUNG YET,is up to us JESUS himself said ,OTHERS THAT COME AFTER ME WILL DO BIGGER THINGS, we MUST stop them,we need a really,a gathering to expose these monsters finally and understand that conspiracy theories are the real truth .

  6. Some still honor the oath they took, some still possess a heart, soul and a conscience, some will not do anything for a paycheck. I salute and applaud those that are real men.

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