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June 15, 2024

David just got a little help to take on Goliath – U.S. Attorney General asks federal court to remand Bailey case back to Clay County Circuit Court.

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On May 22, 2020

United States Department of Justice (“USDOJ”) asked the federal court to remand Rep. Bailey’s case back to Clay County Circuit Court.

“The United States supports the plaintiff’s emergency motion for remand (SDIL Case 3:20-cv-00474-GCS, Doc. 9) and asks the Court promptly to return this matter to the Illinois Circuit Court, where it belongs, because the plaintiff makes no federal claim.”

“II. Governor Pritzker’s Orders Appear Unsupported By State Law”
“If the Court declines to remand the case to Illinois Circuit Court, then it should find that the Governor exceeded his authority when issuing the executive orders.”

“The Court should remand this matter to the Illinois Circuit Court, which is limited to the question whether the Governor has overstepped his authority under the Illinois statute. While this case is important, it does not arise under federal law and thus falls outside this Court’s jurisdiction. It is up to the Illinois courts to rule on Plaintiff’s claims, which, because of the sweeping nature of the Orders, may affect millions of lives and raise significant constitutional concerns in other litigation.”

We urge everyone to read the entire filing as it is an eye-opener and appears to make clear, Governor Pritzker has exercised powers never given.

You can download the U.S. Attorney General filing at this link or view below.



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  • Sadie Redd
    Posted at 16:04h, 22 May Reply

    He such a hypocrite as he has contractors working on his mansion in Lake Geneva, have you heard? It is OK to go to that state where they are opening up and have contractors at your home, but keeps us lock down!

    • Lyn P
      Posted at 16:22h, 22 May Reply

      Tyrants are by nature hypocrites and flaunt it well.

  • Dave
    Posted at 16:36h, 22 May Reply

    Good! Since the Bill of Rights in the Illinois constitution have been violated by Pritzker, then it certainly seems appropriate for the case to be heard in Clay County

  • Don Blumenshine
    Posted at 17:03h, 22 May Reply

    Go get him Darren Bailey he has pay for what he’s done Illinois by breaking the law

  • kathy
    Posted at 17:47h, 22 May Reply


  • MdStine
    Posted at 18:06h, 22 May Reply

    Corona sure has been tough on the Trustafarian that bought the governorship thinking what he bought made him king. Lucky for JB Clay county is part of the fiefdom, sadly it’s in the valley of commonsense

  • Lyn P
    Posted at 18:19h, 22 May Reply

    Works for me if IL is a pivotal venue where AG Barr finally steps UP to the bar.

  • Wade Garrett
    Posted at 18:39h, 22 May Reply

    Whoot whoot, why in the world JB thought federal court was going to help them after how they bad mothed them, lol.

  • Winston
    Posted at 18:47h, 22 May Reply

    This is not the end. And this is not the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.

  • Conservative Tea
    Posted at 19:17h, 22 May Reply

    Pritzker has gone from bankrupting All You Can Eat buffets to the entire state.

  • Mary
    Posted at 22:37h, 22 May Reply

    This is great news. So what would be just compensation for damages?

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