Here's the Summary of the complaint against the Governor of Hawaii & Attorney General. It might provide ideas for further work by either The Government of the United States of America, American National Union or other branches against other Blue State Governors who have became dictators and tyrants.
Federal Complaint Against the Governor of Hawaii & Attorney General
Support for Claims
- Sweeping mandates that lack a known scientific basis violate Federal & State constitutional rights to travel, right of free movement, due process of law.
- No basis to quarantine visitors imposing unwarranted house arrest.
- The vague nature of restrictions are unlawful and/or unconstitutional.
- Emergency orders beyond 60 days are unlawful without authority of the legislature.
Damages to Plaintiffs
Plaintiff #1: Anxiety, prevention of travel to see family, lost employment, lost income, lost mental health care, serious emotional distress, depression, isolation from friends,and social exclusion.
Plaintiff #2: Direct interference with travel back home to the island, disruption of home life, likely deprivation of opportunity for daughter living out of state to visit, loss of $70,000 or more in revenue to family owned business, and necessity to home school 5-year-old son next year
Plaintiff #3:. Physical pain, choking and vomiting caused when EMT forcefully pushed mask onto face, ridicule for not wanting to wear mask, deprivation of outside physical therapy necessary for health conditions, anxiety, stress, deprivation of any visits from daughter while in the hospital for surgery, deprivation of emotional and family support, fear of public humiliation and harassment, denial of freedom to travel to the other islands or on the mainland and move about due to fear of adverse consequences, depression and strong feelings of hopelessness.
Plaintiff #4: Heavy financial losses, unemployment of hired family members, likely alienation from family that moves away, serious emotional harm to selves and family.
Plaintiff #5: Directly due to inbound travel restrictions and quarantine requirements visitors have stopped coming and thus have destroyed the vacation rental business that provided crucial income, the anxiety and depression resulting from the culture of suspicion and fear, social exclusion, deprivation of the right to use public facilities, even to deprivation of taking grandchildren to an outdoor park, anxiety about losing condominium valued at $400,000, and deprivation of visits from many family members previously planned
Plaintiff #6: Loss of employment, loss of income, depletion of savings just to survive, injury to physical and mental health, depression, social isolation, fear of public harassment, panic attacks, deprivation of visits with family outside of the island, deprivation of AA meeting attendance, the effects of other people’s fear, worry, anxiety and depression impacting one’s own, fear of losing home and car, and severe anxiety, depression hopelessness, and suicidal thoughts. Plaintiff Keikaika wrote to Governor Ige on June 4, 2020,presenting her intent to travel and not abide by the self-quarantine; the Office of the Governor.responded within a day via an email emphasizing that criminal penalties would be applied to her if she violated the emergency orders.
Plaintiff #7: - Drastic losses of financial income from visitor-centered businesses on several Hawaiian islands, with consequent likely layoffs of employees and rendering business valueless – all due to restrictions on travel and the quarantine provisions.
Plaintiff #8:: Destruction of business that provided outdoor experiences for tourists, injury to health by deprivation of right to venture outdoors, a permanent state of stress,depression, and occasional thoughts of suicide.
Plaintiff #9 : Loss of job, total loss of income, loss of medical benefits,deprivation of right and opportunity to travel to visit family, deprivation of right to attend church and practice faith, suffering social isolation, loss of social activities, and substantial stress on marriage
Plaintiff #10: Destruction of key source of family income due to curfew, lock down, and 14-day quarantine, zero income to the couple, facing potential or likely loss of properties to distress sale or foreclosure, substantial emotional distress as senior citizens living in fear of the future.