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URGENT: Ask YOUR Governor to Pardon Covid "Rule-Breakers" Today!
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Just a few weeks ago, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) announced his intention to grant pardons to residents of his state who have been charged with violating Covid-related rules and restrictions over the course of the last year.

This is fantastic news, and a much-needed step in the right direction for Floridians who, like the rest of our country, faced often unreasonable and potentially unconstitutional roadblocks in their efforts to continue going about their everyday lives during this crisis.

That's why we're asking you to contact your state's Governor and request that he or she follow Gov. DeSantis' lead by committing to pardon any resident of their state who has allegedly violated Covid-related "rules" since the start of the Covid outbreak.

"When our clemency board meets in the coming weeks," DeSantis confirmed, "we'll issue pardons...for any Floridian that may have outstanding infractions for things like masking and social distancing."

With the announcement now official, other Governors should take note of this wise decision and consider doing the same in their states.

To see just how harmful the Covid restrictions put in place by ALL levels of government have been, look no further than the situation surrounding Mike and Jillian Carnevale, the owners of Fitness 1440, a gym in Broward County, Florida.

Last summer, the couple was unlawfully arrested - Mike a total of three times - for not enforcing a mask mandate in their gym, which they believed - rightfully so - was not only excessive, but which, itself, could jeopardize the health of those participating in such strenuous activity.

Carnevale contends that this targeting was retribution for a civil lawsuit he had filed against Broward County earlier on, which challenged its wide-encompassing emergency order, after having his gym shut down by local authorities.

But even in the midst of such madness, one thing was always clear: This was the result of government overreach - plain and simple - and, thankfully, Gov. DeSantis recognized that.

"These things with health should be advisory, not punitive," Gov. DeSantis asserted before making the announcement that the Carnevales, who were both facing possible jail time for violating Broward County's extreme mandates, would both be granted a pardon by Florida's clemency board.

As you're likely already aware, Mike and Jillian Carnevale's experience isn't a unique one. In fact, it remains the case that their story is simply one of many more like it, in every corner of our country, in which the rights of individuals and business owners were apparently suspended by the powers that be in response to Covid-19.

But our rights do NOT come with an asterisk, and they certainly don't expire at the whim of ANY government entity.

That's why it's so important for Governors in all 50 states to make amends for these infringements against the rights of individuals who've been legally targeted and, in many cases, penalized due to allegedly violating these unreasonable, sometimes even unlawful Covid restrictions.

Please take a few minutes to contact your Governor and request that he or she follow Gov. DeSantis' lead by taking action to pardon all individuals who've allegedly violated overreaching Covid restrictions throughout this crisis.

You can reach your state's Governor in one easy step using this simple contact form that LifeSiteNews.com is making available here, on the Voter Voice platform (see right).

With one click, your message is sent directly to your Governor without having to look up any of their contact details.

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