The Government defendants in the landmark Right-to-Petition lawsuit filed their Response to the People's Emergency Motion for Injunctive Relief.
The Government's Response brief failed to refute any of the factual assertions put forth by the People charging the government with obstruction of justice and abridging fundamental, natural Rights.
In the People's Motion for protection, the Plaintiffs documented a widespread pattern of abusive acts constituting deprivation of fundamental Rights and criminal obstruction of Justice. According to Schulz, the Government's Response brief focused almost exclusively on its now well-worn claim that the Government is immune from this lawsuit because Congress has not passed legislation specifically waiving its "sovereign immunity."
In effect, the Government's legal position is that it can lawfully deprive constitutionally protected Rights and obstruct Justice because the Government can't be sued without its consent and because Congress passed the Anti-Injunction Act, which allegedly bars lawsuits interfering with the collection or assessment of taxes. In short, the Government claims it can operate without constitutional restraint and without judicial review.
Last week, the Foundation filed its Reply Brief. The People, once again, challenged the specious arguments made by the Department of Justice that claim the Government must give its permission before the People can sue it, and (without citing any law or provision of the Constitution) that the Government is under no obligation to respond to the People's Petitions for Redress of Grievances.
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