Dallas Salon Owner Sentenced to 7 Days in Jail, Fined $7,000 for Defying Stay-at-Home Order
The owner of a Dallas salon was sentenced to seven days in jail and slapped with a $7,000 fine after she violated the Texas stay-at-home order and refused to apologize to government leaders for “defiling their orders.”
Shelley Luther, the owner of Salon A la Mode, will also face personal and business fines of $500 for every day her shop remains open.
Friends, I warned you that such a day would come to this nation in my book, “Culture Jihad: How to Stop the Left From Killing a Nation.”
Judge Eric Moye immediately ordered Ms. Luther to be taken into custody after he found her guilty of criminal and civil contempt.
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Luther made national headlines last week after she publicly tore up a cease-and-desist letter from Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.
“People of this country have graciously and peacefully endured suspension of their civil liberties without precedent in this nation’s history,” the judge declared. “Nearly everywhere the First Amendment rights of people to peacefully assemble have been altered or suspended altogether.”
Judge Moye told the Texas business woman that she would not be given jail time so long as she admitted she was wrong, that she was selfish and that she apologized to elected leaders for disobeying their orders.
He told the American woman that she must “take this opportunity to acknowledge that your actions were selfish putting your own interests ahead of those of the community in which you live.”
He also said that she must “now see the error of your ways and understand that society that cannot function where one’s own belief in a concept of liberty permits you to flaunt your disdain for the rulings of duly elected officials.”
Ms. Luther, a red-blooded American patriot, refused to comply.
“I have much respect for this court and laws. I have never been in this position before and it’s not someplace that I want to be,” Luther responded. “But I have to disagree with you sir, when you say that I’m selfish because feeding my kids — is not selfish. I have hair stylists that are going hungry because they’d rather feed their kids. So sir, if you think the law is more important than kids getting fed, then please go ahead with you decision but I am not going to shut the salon.”
God bless the dear patriot. Every freedom-loving patriot in the Lone Star State should rise up and stage public protests outside the courts in Dallas County and on the streets of Dallas.
Judge Moye and Judge Jenkins should be removed from the bench and investigated for violating the civil rights of Ms. Luther. And they should also be publicly shunned and shamed.