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President Biden's extension of the eviction moratorium is unconstitutional and he knows it

Biden had “asked the CDC to look at whether you could even do targeted eviction moratorium – that just went to the counties that have higher rates – and they, as well, have been unable to find the legal authority...” Speaking at his press conference Tuesday, Biden reiterated these findings. “The bulk of the constitutional scholarship,” Biden conceded, “says it’s not likely to pass constitutional muster,” as, he noted, did the Supreme Court, which ruled in June that the scheme “exceeded its existing statutory authority” and could not be extended without explicit congressional approval. But, Biden said, he had decided he was going to do it anyway – if just to exploit the time it would take before the judicial branch struck it down. 

https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2021/08/05/eviction-moratorium-delta-variant-brett-kavanaugh-unconstitutional/5498649001/

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Biden teases new eviction freeze, admits likely unconstitutional

https://nypost.com/2021/08/03/biden-to-extend-eviction-ban-in-places-with-high-covid-rates-report/

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Raptor Witness

Does it make sense to be evicting people in the middle of the Delta wave?  The Executive Branch does have emergency powers, as it should.

You're being overly dramatic, over something designed to help mitigate a pandemic. This is called, leadership, instead of the endless denials of reality by Biden's crybaby predecessor.

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el midgetron
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20 minutes ago, Raptor Witness said:

You're being overly dramatic, over something designed to help mitigate a pandemic.

It’s not me. It’s the Supreme Court saying it’s unconstitutional.
 

I post quotes from the media with no commentary of my own and you accuse ME of being overly dramatic? You are being overly dramatic, they are not my words.

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Raptor Witness
1 minute ago, el midgetron said:

It’s not me. It’s the Supreme Court saying it’s unconstitutional.
 

I post quotes from the media with no commentary of my own and you accuse ME of being overly dramatic? You are being overly dramatic, they are not my words.

 "ME" should definitely be capitalized in a defense of being non-dramatic.

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Manwon Lender
35 minutes ago, el midgetron said:

It’s not me. It’s the Supreme Court saying it’s unconstitutional.
 

I post quotes from the media with no commentary of my own and you accuse ME of being overly dramatic? You are being overly dramatic, they are not my words.

Well the CDC just extended the eviction moratorium, until Oct 2021 and no the Supreme Court has not over turn the previous election moratorium so I doubt they will over turn this knew that the CDC just pasted. 

Supreme Court leaves CDC eviction moratorium in place :  https://apnews.com/article/us-supreme-court-courts-supreme-courts-health-coronavirus-pandemic-157f6feec3197dd34cba492fd1b92f71

So l am a little confused by your title saying Biden violated the Constitution, it was actually the CDC

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el midgetron

The capitalization of “me” was just for emphasis. But whatever, you caught me in a pretend internet grammar sting operation.  

Unfortunately for you, your accusatory text was bolded or increased font sized from plain text!. I pass the being dramatic buck back to you.

Please return to the topic. 

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Michelle

Biden's new evictions moratorium faces doubts on legality in Tennessee, other states

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden may have averted a flood of evictions and solved a growing political problem when his administration reinstated a temporary ban on evictions because of the COVID-19 crisis. But he left his lawyers with legal arguments that even he acknowledges might not stand up in court.

The new eviction moratorium announced Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention could run into opposition at the Supreme Court, where one justice in late June warned the administration not to act further without explicit congressional approval.

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https://www.wrcbtv.com/story/44461565/bidens-new-evictions-moratorium-faces-doubts-on-legality-in-tennessee-other-states

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el midgetron
9 minutes ago, Manwon Lender said:

Your citation is from over a month ago, obviously nothing has changed. 
 

please read the linked content first and then post more recent developments.

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1 hour ago, el midgetron said:

Your citation is from over a month ago, obviously nothing has changed. 
 

please read the linked content first and then post more recent developments.

The only thing that has changed is the fact that you are frustrated about this entire situation and you would rather see people evicted because it fits your political beliefs which is to damage the Biden Administration even at the cost of millions of Americans being put out in the street. But honestly your opinion and that's all your offering doesn't mean anything at all. If  I were you, .I would pay  attention to your own home front, Trumps Brother, your PM is as bad or worst than Trump himself.

As of 4 August 2021 the eviction order was extended to 3 Oct 2021 as stated in the link below:

CDC Eviction Order Extended to October 3, 2021:  https://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/cdc-eviction-order-extended-to-october-6518309/

Good DAy Mate!:rofl:

 

1 hour ago, el midgetron said:

Your citation is from over a month ago, obviously nothing has changed. 
 

please read the linked content first and then post more recent developments.

 

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Tatetopa
2 hours ago, el midgetron said:

It’s not me. It’s the Supreme Court saying it’s unconstitutional.

Yes, they are probably quite right.  It is. They will put a stop to it and Biden knows it. 

Surely you are familiar with this play.  It is used by both teams often enough.

 

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Manwon Lender
13 minutes ago, Tatetopa said:

Yes, they are probably quite right.  It is. They will put a stop to it and Biden knows it. 

Surely you are familiar with this play.  It is used by both teams often enough.

 

He is not giving an accurate account of what has occurred he is twisting the facts again to put it politely. It's sad but he has a bad habit of twisting the facts, and what I don't get is that he is British and he is more concerned about US Politics than British Politics. This seems strange because the U.K. Has their hands full with their PM Boris Johnson who is actually another Trump dress in Britsh Clothing. So the new extension was updated by the CDC on 4 Aug 2021 and the Supreme Court has nit stopped it. 

 US Supreme Court Leaves CDC Eviction Moratorium in Place, while this is dated 30 June 2021 if it were unconstitutional like get says the Supreme Court would have stopped it.

https://www.dentons.com/en/insights/newsletters/2021/june/30/dentons-davis-brown-iowa-landlord-insights/us-supreme-court-leaves-cdc-eviction-moratorium-in-place

CDC Eviction Order Extended to October 3, 2021, this is the new extension Dated 4 August 2021.  https://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/cdc-eviction-order-extended-to-october-6518309/

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preacherman76

Of course it unconstitutional. Where in the constitution does it allow the government to force people who own rentals to take massive financial hits to the point where they themselves are going to lose the property? 
 

Many rentals are owned by people who just have one or two properties for rent. They can’t afford for the tenants to not pay rent. On top of that there are millions of people who have worked this whole time, and could have paid rent, but knew they couldn’t be kicked out if they didn’t. 
 

I personally know a guy who has 2 rentals. He can no longer afford to house people for free like he has been doing now for over a year. But he is being forced to. His tenants have worked this whole time, and just refuse to pay. So he has to pay, for taxes and utilities. If he refuses he will go to jail. Why should he be held responsible and be taken advantage of? This has to end. Government has no business in these private agreements. 

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Myles

In theory it is/was a good thing.   In practice it has failed horribly.   Many landlords have not received government money.  I think New York has been the worst.

Landlords are still required to do the upkeep to these places but are not receiving payments.

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/25/nyregion/new-york-city-rent-relief.html

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el midgetron
6 hours ago, Tatetopa said:

Yes, they are probably quite right.  It is. They will put a stop to it and Biden knows it. 

Surely you are familiar with this play.  It is used by both teams often enough.

 

I wouldn’t be to surprised but could you offer an example?

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el midgetron
6 hours ago, Manwon Lender said:

He is not giving an accurate account of what has occurred he is twisting the facts again to put it politely. It's sad but he has a bad habit of twisting the facts, and what I don't get is that he is British and he is more concerned about US Politics than British Politics. This seems strange because the U.K. Has their hands full with their PM Boris Johnson who is actually another Trump dress in Britsh Clothing.

How did you know I was British?

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third_eye
6 minutes ago, el midgetron said:

How did you know I was British?

Because you chose the Frenchman...? 

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Comte Henri Marie Raymond de Toulouse-Lautrec-Monfa was a French painter, printmaker, draughtsman, caricaturist and illustrator whose immersion in the colorful and theatrical life of Paris in the late ... Wikipedia
Born: November 24, 1864, Albi, France
Height: 1.52 m
Known for: Painting, printmaking, drawing, draughting, illustration
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22 minutes ago, aztek said:

Landlord out $24,000 in rent due to eviction moratorium, says tenants buying boats

https://www.foxnews.com/media/eviction-ban-north-carolina-landlord-moratorium-rent-coronavirus

I have seen people buying gaming consoles and big screen tvs because they can't be evicted.  Responsibility and tight from wrong have flown out the door

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aztek

Biden, Dems’ eviction moratorium is progressive politics dressed up as public health

The CDC does not have any authority to make economic policy

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What is the difference between socialist economic policies and CDC public health measures? In the case of the federal eviction moratorium, it turns out it is none at all.

Congressional Democrats failed to pass a federal eviction moratorium into law this week – but they did manage to pressure President Biden into extending the CDC moratorium. 

Democrats saw a moratorium as a legislative priority, framing it as a welfare measure to help millions of renters said to be facing eviction. When that that failed, Biden and the CDC came to the rescue. But the current justifications for keeping the moratorium are entirely different from the rational the Centers for Disease Control presented when they instituted the "emergency" measure two years ago.

According to CDC, the moratorium was designed solely to prevent the spread of COVID. Indeed, the CDC does not have any authority to make economic policy. But the seamless transition now being witnessed from a supposed epidemiological intervention backed by experts to a typically partisan soak-the-rich policy suggests the moratorium was always progressive politics masquerading as public health.

 

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/biden-democrats-eviction-moratorium-progressive-politics-health-eugene-kontorovich

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Even as a safety measure, the moratorium was poorly supported by evidence. The CDC’s public health justification was based on entirely on a response to a Census question, in which one-third of renters self-reported that, in the hypothetical event they were evicted, they would move in with friends and family. Thus, the CDC reasoned, evictions could increase the spread of COVID.  There is no actual evidence of the extent to which evictions increase crowding, let alone fuel the spread of COVID.

 

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Manwon Lender
8 hours ago, el midgetron said:

How did you know I was British?

It awfully obvious!

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Manwon Lender
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8 hours ago, third_eye said:

Because you chose the Frenchman...? 

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He really doesn't get it does he!!:lol:

By the way Comte Henri Marie Raymond de Toulouse-Lautrec-Monfa was also a .Midget he stood 4'11 and while he was just a little fellow, his Post-impressionist paintings where a big contribution to that era!

 

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el midgetron
6 minutes ago, Manwon Lender said:

It awfully obvious!

I’m not British.

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el midgetron
8 hours ago, third_eye said:

Because you chose the Frenchman...? 

Not really sure I follow that logic but you did well identifying my profile picture!

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Manwon Lender
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2 minutes ago, el midgetron said:

I’m not British.

OK no need to explain!:lol:

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