St. Louis County Executive Sam Page told the local media in October that those St. Louis County residents who are caught out in public without a mask were “seeking confrontation.”
Page reinsstated his mask mandate that took effect in October for all county residents regardless of vaccination status.
Then that same week, the unpopular leftist was caught out in public at a St. Louis Blues hockey game without a mask.
Via Marc Cox Show.
What a dirtbag.
On Tuesday a Missouri court ruled that the local St. Louis County mask mandates were not legal and must be lifted.
A Cole County judge has ruled that local health departments across Missouri cannot issue orders and must be lifted.
The ruling was in response to a lawsuit by Ben Brown, who owns Satchmo’s Bar and Grill in Chesterfield. Brown has long been opposed to the mask mandates that have been issued by St. Louis County Executive Sam Page. The court said such orders violate the separation of powers affecting the different branches of government.
Sam Page disregarded the court’s ruling.
Page issued the following the statement in response:
“We are aware of the recent court decision from Cole County. St. Louis County is not a party to that lawsuit. The next hearing in the St. Louis County mask case is November 30. We hope everyone will follow the masking and social distancing practices that public health experts recommend over the Thanksgiving holidays.”
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