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Finally: Representative From Minnesota Drawing Up Articles Of Impeachment Against The Sates Governor!

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Published on: February 9, 2021

The President, Vice President and ALL civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.  -Article 2, Section 4 US Constitution

Representative Erik Mortenson from the state of Minnesota has finally had enough. In a statement proclamation sent out this last week it seems that the representative is now taking the Governor to task on his unlawful and unconstitutional conduct (Psalm 94:20).

He wrote:

Dear Friend,


1. Governor Walz assumed unilateral control over Minnesota last March.
2. Walz has extended his Emergency Powers 12 times!
3. The Courts have rejected three Recall efforts.
4. The DFL Controlled House has voted to ignore the Democratic process 9 times! Voting to keep all power consolidated with Walz.

It’s time we hold this Governor accountable and hit him where it hurts…It’s time to Impeach Tim Walz.

Tomorrow, I am introducing five Articles of Impeachment against Governor Walz. He has TRAMPLED all over our rights guaranteed to us in the state and US Constitution.

Here’s an overview of each Article that details Walz’ conduct warranting impeachment and trial, and removal from office:


Timothy J. Walz violated Article III, Section 1 of the Minnesota State Constitution when he exercised the powers of the Legislative branch. Through the use of Executive Order, Walz manufactured state law, a power strictly and constitutionally reserved to the Legislature.


Timothy J Walz single handedly declared a violation of his Executives Orders were punishable as gross misdemeanors subject to a fine not to exceed $3000 or jail time of up to 1 year whereas the legislature provided in the emergency powers statute under Minnesota Statute § 609.735 that violation of the statute was subject to a misdemeanor and a fine not to exceed $1000 or jail time not to exceed 3 months. No statutory or constitutional authority exists for the governor to invent new penalties under the color of law.


Timothy J. Walz, through executive orders, has restricted and effectively banned the free exercise of religion in the state of Minnesota in violation of the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and Article I, Section 16 of the Constitution of the State of Minnesota of 1974 which reads, “The right of every man to worship God according to the dictates of his own conscience shall never be infringed.”


Timothy J. Walz, through executive orders, has taken private property in violation of the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and Article I, Section 13 of the Constitution of the State of Minnesota of 1974 which reads, “private property shall not be taken, destroyed or damaged for public use without just compensation therefor, first paid or secured.”


In responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Timothy J. Walz, Governor of the state of Minnesota, has taken a number of extreme actions that have not been necessary for the protection of the public and have had significant adverse effects on the people of Minnesota. Governor Walz’s aggressive and poorly justified actions — such as banning nearly all non-emergency medicine are evidence of the Governor’s failure to properly manage this crisis.

In conclusion: I would advise that this criminal, upon impeachment, be charged for his transgressions against the very Constitution that he swore to uphold (Deuteronomy 19:19).

If he is not charged for his transgressions, this will only encourage the next one that will take his place to act out in an even greater degree of lawlessness than this one (Proverbs 16:6).

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