National Emergency Act

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The National Emergencies Act (NEA) (Pub.L. 94–412, 90 Stat. 1255, enacted September 14, 1976, codified at 50 U.S.C. § 1601–1651) is a United States federal law passed to end all previous national emergencies and to formalize the emergency powers of the President.

The Act empowers the President to activate special powers during a crisis but imposes certain procedural formalities when invoking such powers. The perceived need for the law arose from the scope and number of laws granting special powers to the executive in times of national emergency. Congress can terminate an emergency declaration with a joint resolution enacted into law.[1] Powers available under this Act are limited to the 136 emergency powers Congress has defined by law.[2]
Now that democrats control Congress and the White House Biden has unlimited powers. For instance, he can declare a national emergency due to climate change and impose all sorts of restrictions similar to what has happened with Covid. We must take a firm stand against these edicts. Conservatives have been silenced by big tech. it won't be long before websites such as will be silenced as well.
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