Does anyone believe Governor Richard Michael DeWine and Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson reads any of the duties of the offices they were administered an oath of office to discharge; or do you think they rely on "good people" who have not read their "official duties" either? All this "best and brightest minds" in government bullshit is bullshit. If you don't read you cannot lead.

Facts behind impeachment articles against DeWine’s unconstitutional orders can be used to remove mayors and council members

CLEVELAND, OH – Every mayor in Ohio who issued “orders” during the pandemic did so without any legal authority under the Ohio laws that describe the duties of their elected offices. As such all are subject to removal from office by either their councils or upon complaint filed by any elector of their cities signed by four other electors and filed with the probate judge. The same removal laws applies to the council members who enacted ordinances that gave them powers beyond those authorized for their offices under Ohio laws.  State Rep. Nino Vitale is working with members of the General Assembly of Ohio to remove Governor Richard Michael Dewine from office through impeachment.

American Italian citizens are a different breed of immigrants. There’s something about their connection to Christopher Columbus and Amerigo Vespucci that causes them to forget Italy and love America … exclusively. State Senator Nino Vitale got us our “fear of life” affirmative defense; and is now on a righteous war against the Communist leading Ohio as governor. Watch his video and see the masked student’s oxygen level drop on camera. Masks are dangerous and immune weakening. DeWine’s ex-health director is a fucking lawless medical quack who checked “yes” that she’d been treated for a mental illness on her Ohio Medical Board application.

This power of “the people” to remove municipal mayors and council members is found under Section 733.72 of the Revised Code of Ohio.  Everything in Title 7 of the code explains how municipal corporations are organized, the type of officers employees they can have, and duties each officer and employee is authorized by law to discharge.  If the duties aren’t identified in the revised code they can’t make them up.  Laws must be obeyed as written in plain English.

R.C. 733.72 Charges against municipal officers filed with probate judge – proceedings.  When a complaint under oath is filed with the probate judge of the county in which a municipal corporation or the larger part thereof is situated, by any elector of the municipal corporation, signed and approved by four other electors thereof, the judge shall forthwith issue a citation to any person charged in the complaint for his appearance before the judge within ten days from the filing thereof, and shall also furnish the accused and the village solicitor or city director of law with a copy thereof. The complaint shall charge any of the following: {A) That a member of the legislative authority of the municipal corporation has received, directly or indirectly, compensation for his services as a member thereof, as a committeeman, or otherwise, contrary to law;  (B) That a member of the legislative authority or an officer of the municipal corporation is or has been interested, directly or indirectly, in the profits of a contract, job, work, or service, or is or has been acting as a commissioner, architect, superintendent, or engineer in work undertaken or prosecuted by the municipal corporation, contrary to law;  (C) That a member of the legislative authority or an officer of the municipal corporation has been guilty of misfeasance or malfeasance in office.  Before acting upon such complaint, the judge shall require the party complaining to furnish sufficient security for costs.  Effective Date: 11-01-1977.

None of the state’s 26 pandemic mitigating laws gave “any” authority to a local mayor or city council to deal with a pandemic other than to appoint health board members and be directed by them.  All authority was delivered to the director of health and the health boards.

The governor’s “sole” authority during a pandemic was to prevent “adulterated products” like the fentanyl the Russian CEO of Johnson & Johnson pharmaceuticals, Alex Gorsky, makes who sent 50 million doses of that shit to Cuyahoga County … alone.  By adopting mask and social distancing orders, and issuing “orders” that violated constitutional rights and sought to suspend laws, every elected official who signed off on this lunacy is guilty of “misdemeanors” in office.  This is the basis of the impeachment resolution aimed at DeWine’s “misdemeanor” misconduct in office.

The word “misdemeanor” did not have the same meaning in 1801 as it is used today.  When examining constitutional language the reviewing official has to look to the “intent” of a constitutional provision or law by its original authors.  The General Assembly’s resolution spelled out that the word “misdemeanor” in 1801 was not neccessarily a crime.

WHEREAS, At the time of the writing of the Ohio Constitution, “misdemeanor” was not necessarily a crime and was defined in Webster’s 1828 dictionary as: MISDEME’ANOR, noun: Ill behavior; evil conduct; fault; mismanagement. 1. In law, an offense of a less atrocious nature than a crime. Crimes and misdemeanors are mere synonymous terms; but in common usage, the word crime is made to denote offenses of a deeper and more atrocious dye, while small faults and omissions of less consequence are comprised under the gentler name of misdemeanors.”; and  WHEREAS, United States Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story (1812-1845) stated: “The offences to which the power of impeachment has been and is ordinarily applied as a remedy are of a political character. Not but that crimes of a strictly legal character fall within the scope of the [impeachment] power…; but that it has a more enlarged operation, and reaches what are aptly termed political offences, growing out of personal misconduct or gross neglect, or usurpation, or habitual disregard of the public interests, in the discharge of the duties of political office.”; and  WHEREAS, Ohio history and precedents verify that no actual crime needs to be alleged for the purposes of impeachment and removal from office, e.g., Judges William Irvin and Robert Slaughter for being absent without leave, Judges Calvin Pease and George Tod for holding statutes unconstitutional and unenforceable, Judge John Thompson for judicial arrogance, Judge James Ferguson for judicial arrogance and incompetence, and Judges George Brown and William Smith for judicial incompetence; and WHEREAS, Impeachment of a state officer is not subject to executive veto or judicial review.

Members of the General Assembly of Ohio led by Rep. Nino Vitale, a Republican, filed a “resolution” to “exhibit articles of impeachment against Governor Richard Michael DeWine in support of impeachment of him for misdemeanors in office.” The resolution identifies numerous well-documented DeWine violations of his oath of office, the U.S. Constitution, the Ohio Constitution, federal and state laws.

Line and verse the resolution solidly convicts DeWine through language that clearly describes unlawful acts the public witnessed him and his quack ex-health director, Dr. Amy Stearns-Acton, engaging in during the 2020 cold and flu season.  She answered “yes” on her Ohio Medical Board application to a question about whether or not she’d been treated for a mental illness.  She never practiced medicine.

DeWine continues to pile evidence against himself as he won’t shut up about masks and social distancing that don’t exist as words in any of the state’s 26 pandemic mitigating laws.  He should have followed the laws instead of his quack ex-director of health’s fake science. The terms “stay at home” and “non-essential workers” don’t exist in any of this state or nation’s laws.

If the state senators Ohioans elected to the General Assembly actually “read” the resolution and apply the constitutional and general law references to DeWine’s individual acts he’s done.  The Revised Code of Ohio’s 26 pandemic-mitigating laws are written in plain English with mandatory duties imposed by the word “shall” for the director of health, not the governor, to discharge as it pertained to only Ohioans who were “infected.”

R.C. 3707.08 required the infected to be “quarantined” in their homes.  The infected, as the impeachment resolution affirms, are the only citizens over whom the “director of health” and not the governor had authority.  DeWine is an attorney but he’s not licensed.  Stearns-Acton had no medical practice experience.  She’s worked as an associate professor of medicine and a grant manager for the Columbus Foundation.  Most of her career has been as mother.

What DeWine has done is to veto resolutions that seek to hold him accountable, which is again his exercising authority no law gave him.  This idiot should have kept his law license and read some laws instead of using it to make voters think he had a level of knowledge and expertise he did not possess.  His law license had better have been “active” when he served as the state’s attorney general.

So the language in the impeachment articles is clear that the authority to determine his fate rests “exclusively” under this state’s constititution and laws with “the people” ‘through their elected “legislative” representives.  DeWine’s veto has no weight and his use of it is further evidence of his crimes in office.  The resolution made this clear to the lying, ex-attorney lunatic in the following language.

WHEREAS, No single person or governor shall be permitted to assume dictatorial powers over the people …

The language citizens can use to remove mayors and council members in an R.C. 733.72 complaint to a probate court judge is in the “whereas” that relates to the “separation of powers” or “authority” between elected and appointed offices.  A governor can’t discharge the state health director’s duties.  A mayor can’t discharge that official’s duties.  Neither can a legislative authority or city council.

Each elected office has specific duties written for it that are a “civil right” of the “office.”  That’s the separation.  A governor can’t be a health director.  Neither can a mayor or member of council.  Just because they want to discharge duties beyond those written for the offices they hold they can’t.  Only the general assembly gets to identify the offices and duties of each office.  The job of mayor is to “enforce all laws and ordinances.”  The duties of every elected and appointed official in Ohio are found free and online at this link.

When Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson followed DeWine’s orders with his own prders he joined the criminally-derelict governor in exceeding the authority of the laws the General Assembly of Ohio specifically wrote for the office of mayor.  Like DeWine, Jackson’s an unlicensed attorney. The title “attorney” for them doesn’t mean anything as neither practices or obeys laws.  They can’t even be suspended from practicing law because they’re both unlicensed.

The bottom line to the resolution and the federal cases being filed against governors across the nation is that no citizen has to obey any of the “orders.” They’re not “laws” and are unenforceable.  DeWine and Jackson are risking the lives of law enforcement officers they’re placing in jeopardy of confronting rightfully armed citizens who know the constitution and laws better than they; and whose life’s they’ll threaten by trying to enforce “orders” instead of discharging only the duties of police officers pursuant to R.C. 737.11.

737.11 General duties of police and fire departments. The police force of a municipal corporation shall preserve the peace, protect persons and property, and obey and enforce all ordinances of the legislative authority of the municipal corporation, all criminal laws of the state and the United States, all court orders issued and consent agreements approved pursuant to sections 2919.26 and 3113.31 of the Revised Code, all protection orders issued pursuant to section 2903.213 or 2903.214 of the Revised Code, and protection orders issued by courts of another state, as defined in section 2919.27 of the Revised Code. The fire department shall protect the lives and property of the people in case of fire. Both the police and fire departments shall perform any other duties that are provided by ordinance. The police and fire departments in every city shall be maintained under the civil service system.  A chief or officer of a police force of a municipal corporation may participate, as the director of an organized crime task force established under section 177.02 of the Revised Code or as a member of the investigatory staff of such a task force, in an investigation of organized criminal activity in any county or counties in this state under sections 177.01 to 177.03 of the Revised Code.  Effective Date: 07-29-1998 .

Citizens of this state were given the same “fear of life” affirmative defense as law enforcement officers when they’re engaged in lawful conduct where they have constitutional rights no other person can prevent them from exercising.  This is the problem with police training across the nation.  DeWine’s 8-years as the state’s attorney general has resulted in thousands of law enforcement officers across the state operating without Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy credentials.  Over 250 in Cuyahoga County alone.

By sending armed undercover police into businesses with armed patrons to enforce their orders, DeWine and mayors like Jackson are placing their lives at risk.  No one can be forced to wear a mask or socially distance.  No occupancy laws have been amended.  People can attend their churches without restrictions; and the same with any other social gathering.

As the only “orders” police are authorized to enforce are issued by the court, or a protection order, a mayor’s order and that of a governor’s is unforceable as neither have the authority to suspend any law with an order.  A law enforcement officer trying to enforce an “order” is exceeding the authority of their public employment “under the color of law” and that’s a federal crime.  They risk being gunned down when they engage in acts law-abiding citizens who are in fear of their lives know are criminal.

26 pandemic-mitigating laws exist in Title 37 of Ohio’s Revised Code. The mask ordinances being enacted by Ohio councils is evidence no councilmember has read them.

Vitale’s resolution is impressively well-researched, well-explained and well cited by law.  The duties of the governor are identified by law.  The same with the director of health.  The duties of each office are contrasted with the acts DeWine engaged in outside the scope of the public office he holds.  The acts line up with the elements of the criminal offenses the resolution identifies.

It’s 9-pages are so thorough that even if a member of the General Assembly, who didn’t know DeWine was violating laws and agreed with his conduct at first, they’d have to impeach him because of that conduct once they examined it in relation to the laws they enacted and did not suspend.  An Ohio state senator who votes against the impeachment is one who that district’s voters should remove from office.  All power of government rests with “the people.”

Communists are an Ohio problem.  So is Communist thinking.  Anyone who’s read the U.S. Congress’ “Communist Control Act” of 1954 can see the Communist behavior in DeWine and Jackson’s “orders.”  When I attended Jackson’s state of the city address in 2019 I left thinking he was a Communist.  The man flew a Soviet Isreali flag over Cleveland city hall.  The Soviet’s slaughtered 34 U.S. sailors and wounded 171 aboard the USS Liberty on June 8, 1967 … intentionally.

I joined the USAF five years later and volunteered for duty in Thailand to join this nation’s battle against the spread of Communism during the end of the Vietnam War.  I served during the fall of Saigon, about 300 miles south of Saigon, in April 1975.  I was there for Operation Eagle Pull, Mayaguez and Cambodia.  This Communist shit is real and it’s insane to see evidence of it in Ohio and Cleveland among “infiltrated” elected and appointed officials.

Ohio doesn’t need new mask and social distancing laws. We need local health departments to obey and enforce the existing ones.

There’s nothing “Democratic” or “Constitutional” about DeWine, Jackson and any other Ohio mayor’s orders.  Every mayor and member of council who issued orders or enacted ordinances relative to any aspect of the pandemic did so in violation of the state of the Revised Code of Ohio’s 26 pandemic-mitigating laws. The 26 laws are found in Title 37 two unlicensed attorney officials of this state, a mayor and a governor, did not read or obey.

Any person elected or appointed to a public office is required by “oath” laws to obey the U.S. Constitution, Ohio Constitution, federal laws, state laws, local laws and discharge only the duties of the office, and I’ll add “as they are written in plain English.”

All this goes right back to reading.  Anyone who’s read the state’s 26-pandemic mitigating laws knows they exist to know the number is 26.  To know Vitale is correct that the only authority the “director of health” had was over the infected is to have read R.C. 3707.08.

To know DeWine is a Communist liar is to know that on March 12, 2020 there were only 13 Ohioans who had been reported as being infected with the CoVid 19 flu.  Nine of the 13 were from Cuyahoga County. Three had returned to the county from a trip to Soviet Israel.  Six had interacted with Soviet Israeli’s during an American Israeli Public Affairs Committee conference in Washington, D.C. between March 6 – 9 , 2020.

Ohio health officials are still not placarding the homes of coronavirus infected Ohioans and ordering them to mandatorily quarantine as they are required to do by Title 37.

Every single one of the 13 CoVid 19 flu infected Ohioans, nine Russian Americans from Cuyahoga County, who interacted with Soviet or Russian Middle Easterners should have been quarantined to their home and not allowed to “voluntarily” do so as they were given this special consideration from Cuyahoga county’s health director, along with DeWine’s in the form of Stearns-Acton.  Instead of obeying laws as written they suspended the state’s and replaced them with “policies” and orders” that followed no laws; and in secret and without the knowledge and consent of “the people.”

If the 13 CoVid 19 infected Ohioans did not remain in their homes after being ordered to do so by the director of health, R.C. 3707.09 authorized that official to employ “quarantine guards” to keep them in it.

3707.09 Board may employ quarantine guards.  The board of health of a city or general health district may employ as many persons as are necessary to execute its orders and properly guard any house or place containing any person affected with or exposed to a communicable disease declared quarantinable by the board or the department of health. The persons employed shall be sworn in as quarantine guards, shall have police powers, and may use all necessary means to enforce sections 3707.01 to 3707.53, inclusive, of the Revised Code, for the prevention of contagious or infectious disease, or the orders of any board made in pursuance thereof.  Effective Date: 10-01-1953.

This is the effect of Communist thinking in a Democratic society; and now Ohioans better know how to identify a Communist elected official.  Consider the October 1, 1953 effective date of this state’s 26 pandemic-mitigating laws and reflect on them when you consider that Ohio’s congressional delegation voted on August 24, 1954 in support of the Communist Control Act.

“”It constitutes an authoritarian dictatorship within a republic, demanding for itself the rights and privileges accorded to political parties, but denying to all others the liberties guaranteed by the Constitution.”

I served in our nation’s armed forces.  DeWine didn’t.  He’s a fucking Commie and not because he didn’t serve.  But because he’s a Communist.  This is the shit I saw in Communist nations.  I spent two weeks in the Phillipines during when Ferdinand Marcos imposed martial law.  Off the streets at midnight.  If you’re caught you’re under arrest.  No questions.

Fuck this commie bullshit.  DeWine’s got to be removed from office; and the Commie mayors and council members need to go with him.

Eric Jonathan Brewer

Cleveland's most influential journalist and East Cleveland's most successful mayor is an East Saint Louis, Illinois native whose father led the city's petition drive in 1969 to elect the first black mayor in 1971. Eric is an old-school investigative reporter whose 40-year body of editorial work has been demonstrably effective. No local journalist is feared or respected more.

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