The mockingbird media is doing some serious backflips to try and paint Monday’s raid as justified. It isn’t working.
With The State’s extraordinary escalation against President Trump this week, the American People are coming together in opposition. We are uniting across political divides against the shameful conduct and politicization of the Federal government.
The politicians come at us with carrots. Free healthcare (not free), free cell phones (not free), blocking out the sun (dumb), cooling the earth (lol), equity (communism).
None of these are reality, but these carrots might convince you to give them more power. Once they have power comes the stick.
The FBI is the stick. Also, the CIA, NSA, IRS, TSA, EPA, HHS, BLM, and all the rest.
The Administrative State is the stick to the political carrots.
They are the boots on the necks of the American People. Never has that been more in focus than in Monday’s raid on Mar-a-Lago. The Bill of Rights appears to have been suspended. It's certainly not being upheld.
The State is escalating.
The January 6 prisoners in DC are being treated as though their captors are guerilla savages. Anyone honoring Executive Privilege is having their lives turned inside out. And now they are violating the basic, inalienable rights of a former, beloved American President.
Meanwhile, this administration’s political allies have literally gotten away with murder.
The Founders gave us the Bill of Rights because they were concerned that the newly constituted federal government would try to expand its powers and undermine our rights. They were right.
The Bill of Rights must be protected, from enemies foreign and domestic. Those in the seats of governmental power swear an oath to this. And the enemies are inside the gates.
We must demand that every legislator who swore that oath goes on record about this significant escalation. They will want to slink away and wait out the outrage, but we cannot allow it.
Every single legislator needs to answer for trampling on the Bill of Rights. Their most important job is the one to which we make them swear an oath.
As I said yesterday, President Trump’s greatest accomplishment was that he woke us up, and relit in us the flame of Liberty.
Let that fire burn brightly, and get in the gap for future generations.
Redressing our grievances is not just our right – in times like these, it is a sacred duty. We stop this now, or the world plunges into darkness.
Here is today’s letter to Congress. Customize and send to your legislators. Use Your Voice!
As you passed almost a trillion dollars of spending in the midst of record high inflation, the people are sobering up to the reality that you’ve tacitly suspended the Bill of Rights.
Consider that there are now speech and thought crimes in law books around the country. Assembly and movement have been suppressed by government overreach and manufactured crises. Synagogues and Churches have been persecuted for religious observation without The State’s permission.
Disarmament of peaceful Americans is now the mainstream policy of the US government. That’s a line.
You haven’t had us quarter soldiers (yet), but most wouldn’t dare oppose it. And if your victims weren’t so scared of your FBI brownshirts to share their stories, we’d probably discover that this, too, has happened.
Your continued reauthorizations of the Patriot Act (and its expansive successors) have eliminated protections from unlawful search and seizure, as President Trump experienced on Monday.
People can still “plead the fifth,” in court so as not to incriminate themselves, but secret courts and politicization have called the entire system into question. Also, victims of government are never properly compensated for what The State decides to take. There is never accountability for The State.
The January 6 political prisoners annihilate any argument that the right to a quick and speedy trial by jury still exists. Many of them haven’t even been charged.
Federal cases are no longer tried in accordance with Common Law, as it was defined when the Seventh was written and, again, secret courts and politicization have called the entire system into question.
Excessive bail isn’t required for those who agree with The State’s ideology of enslavement and oppression. Bail is rarely an option for prisoners of The State and, when it is, it is most definitely excessive. Cruel and unusual punishments are the norm for those in the DC Gulag.
There are no rights left for the people outside of The State because you have infiltrated every aspect of our lives down to what we can say in the “privacy” of our own homes. So the Ninth is moot at this point.
Your response to the Supreme Court reinforcing the Tenth and overturning Roe has shown us where you stand on that one.
Which of our rights remain? Where can we go that The State won’t follow? How have you redefined Liberty to rationalize such violations of your sacred oath?
You must go on the record today about the Bill of Rights. We the People deserve and demand to know your stance on every one of these violations. If you remain silent, we will assume you are supportive of these infringements and that you are willfully violating your oath. If you remain silent, you will make clear that you are an enemy of We the People.
The People have not escalated. The State is escalating. That is dangerous.
Come out publicly about The State’s violations about the Bill of Rights and what you’re going to do about it. Now. Today.
Remember your oath.