Gorsuch: COVID panic let to "greatest intrusions on civil liberties" in peace time history of the US. He had some amazing things to say in this 9-0 decision. 'Since March 2020, we may have experienced the greatest intrusions on civil liberties in the peacetime history of this country. Executive officials across the country issued emergency decrees on a breathtaking scale. Governors and local leaders imposed lockdown orders forcing people to remain in their homes. They shuttered businesses and schools, public and private.' Ignoring the warning of the Libertarians, we went along with this. We would set aside our Liberty to save the old folks and keep pressure off the heroic health system that selflessly care for the sick. Then Satan entered the hearts of the Blue Authoritarians and they turned on us in hate. 'They closed churches even as they allowed casinos and other favored businesses to carry on. They threatened violators not just with civil penalties but with criminal sanctions too. They surveilled church parking lots, recorded license plates, and issued notices warning that attendance at even outdoor services satisfying all state social-distancing and hygiene requirements could amount to criminal conduct.' And in their vile animosity, they took it further. 'They divided cities and neighborhoods into color-coded zones, forced individuals to fight for their freedoms in court on emergency timetables, and then changed their color-coded schemes when defeat in court seemed imminent.' Then the Feds got involved, they took buildings by preventing eviction of the scofflaws, OSHA tried to exceed their authority. They threatened the unvaccinated. Threatened military folks with dishonorable discharge or incarceration, and corrupt federal officials colluded with Lying Fake News and Social Media to suppress any that challenged the government narrative. Discuss the importance of elected Legislatures taking back these open ended grants of executive authority and putting limitations on them, for example, 15 days and then they expire, unless specifically authorized by majority vote of the representative legislature.