Just the fact he is forced to do this is infuriating:
4. This General Assembly’s continued, direct attacks on executive authority unconstitutionally infringe on the Governor’s executive powers in violation of separation of powers, and improperly delegate legislative power without adequate guiding standards. N.C. CONST. art. I, § 6; id. art. II, § 1; id. art. Ill, §§ 1, 5(4).
5. As our Supreme Court recently observed, “The election of a particular candidate signifies public support for that candidate’s platform, policies, and ideology.” Young v. Bailey, 368 N.C. 665, 671, 781 S.E.2d 277, 281 (2016). Here, the General Assembly’s efforts to disempower the Office of the Governor fail to respect the will of the electorate in selecting him as North Carolina’s chief executive.
And just to clarify, neither Berger nor Moore can plead ignorance in taking these steps. They know exactly what they’re doing when they violate the word and the spirit of the NC Constitution, and the fact they would so casually do it, merely for partisan gain, is such an abuse of the public’s trust it boggles the mind. Here’s more: