Rick Scott says the Bill of Rights trumps all

 

Interestingly this headline was run by Politico as if this was some extreme position.

(From Politico)

Input from the president, governors and others in government “doesn’t matter,” Scott said again later. “I have the Bill of Rights, I have the right to worship at a church service if I want to do it, I don’t believe they have a right to stop me.”

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