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Dallas Salon Owner Refuses to Apologize For Opening Business to Feed Her Kids – Gets JAILED

Shelly Luther, owner of Salon Á la Mode in Dallas, Texas, refused to apologize for opening her business during a contempt hearing and was ordered jailed for seven days.

Luther repeatedly stood up to county and state officials, opening her business on a limited-service basis and ultimately being issued a citation for being in defiance of a stay-at-home order.

Judge Eric Moyé, who presides over the 14th Civil District Court located in Dallas County, offered her an out by suggesting she apologize.

Moyé – a Democrat – lectured Luther on how she must understand the error of her ways, stating “you owe an apology to the elected officials who you disrespected by flagrantly ignoring … their orders” and that she must “understand that the proper way in which an ordered society to engage concerns that you might have had is to hire a lawyer and advocate for change an exception or an amendment to laws that you find offensive.”

Is the mainstream media corrupt?

 

Won’t Back Down

Luther, though, refused to back down yet again and did not apologize, taking exception with Moyé’s assertion that she is acting selfishly.

“I have to disagree with you sir when you that I’m selfish [for re-opening the salon],” Luther charged adding, “because feeding my kids is not selfish.”

“I have hairstylists that are going hungry because they’d rather feed their kids,” she continued. “So, sir, if you think the law is more important than kids getting fed then please go ahead with your decision but I am not going to shut the salon.”

Not all heroes wear capes, some wield clippers.

 

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Well done, Ms. Luther.

This is a little demonstration of that civil disobedience former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino said would be coming to America if governments continued to trample the rights of citizens to their lives and their pursuit of happiness.

Moyé responded to the Dallas salon owner’s defiance by jailing her for seven days and imposing a fine of $500 for every day the salon remains open.

That total has now reached $3,500.

 

While some states are releasing sex offenders as a means to slow the spread of coronavirus, the Dallas County Judge is making an example out of … a hairdresser?

Meanwhile, the Dallas County District Attorney has said he’ll refuse to prosecute ‘low-level’ crimes like theft and felony drug possession. And the Dallas police department has been releasing actual criminals from jail.

But they’ll aggressively pursue a hairdresser who is trying to save her business. Where is Governor Greg Abbott on this?

Read more at the Political Insider

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is a freelance journalist focusing on the conservative movement and its political agenda. He has been writing conservatively charged articles for several years in the upstate New York area, and his writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, American Thinker, FoxNews.com, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record. He is also Editor of one of the top conservative blogs of 2012, the Mental Recession.

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