Tyranny and Lawlessness


Tyranny and Lawlessness
Tyranny and Lawlessness

What does it feel like when a country turns tyrannical and lawless? As I watched the election returns on the evening of November 3, 2020 there was a moment when what I was watching stopped making sense. The logical procession from one event to the next was halted. 2 + 2 = 5. A strange atmosphere imposed itself. Things were somehow no longer in order. This strangeness was the feeling of widespread corruption and fraud; of evil prevailing over good. This was the feeling of tyranny and lawlessness.

Thomas Jefferson said, "The will of the people is the only legitimate foundation of any government, and to protect its free expression should be our first objective." The first words of the U.S. Constitution are "We the people of the United States". On the evening and into the night of November 3, 2020 the will of the people was supplanted. Treasonous acts of evil men and women corrupted the election and forfeited the primacy of the people of the United States in the determination of their government. "We the people of the United States" had been defeated. With this defeat the U.S. Constitution signed on September 17, 1787 ceased to be the law of the land. It had endured 233 years. As the dawn broke on November 4, the citizens of the United States no longer lived in a country endowed with the ideals written in the Declaration of Independence: there was no more "all men are created equal", no more unalienable rights of "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness" no more "land of the free and home of the brave", no more "freedom and justice for all", no more rights guaranteeing free speech, religion or assembly and the quip, "hey, it's a free county" was no longer true.

Since the November 3rd Election the electorate has been given a primer on systemic election fraud in big cities controlled by the Democratic Party: observers being prevented from doing their duty, unequal application of election law, substitute voters, backdating ballots, multiple counting of votes, over-votes and software glitches. Even some mainstream media outlets are now tacitly admitting that election fraud occurred by saying there was "no evidence of widespread fraud". Decades of complacency from our elected officials in accepting the status quo of local instances of election fraud in municipalities controlled by the Democratic Party has led to the erosion of our election institutions. This apathy has constituted a gradual descent into tyranny and lawlessness. When did we stop being diligent about protecting the sanctity of each and every legal vote? When the legal vote of just one citizen is discounted in any way the constitutional primacy of "We the people" is violated. One vote suffices! When evidence of any degree exists to that effect, law enforcement and the judiciary at all levels should be diligent in the investigation and prosecution thereof. In the aftermath of the election of November 3, 2020 many pieces of credible evidence have been produced. Eyewitness accounts, photographic evidence and statistical evidence all in support of widespread election fraud. The eyewitness accounts have been buttressed by hundreds of affidavits; sworn statements of citizens given under penalty of perjury.

And what of the response of elected officials and others serving in government who have sworn an oath to "protect and defend the Constitution"? Elected representatives, military personnel and judges all violate their oath when they fail to speak up, act up and engage the power of their office to preserve the "We the people" through an unadulterated vote. Why don't we see them marching in the streets, speaking out on TV and radio, writing articles in the newspaper, passing resolutions, conducting investigations and filing lawsuits. Selfish brood of Democrat or Republican - where is your sense of duty? Where is your courage? Where is your patriotism? Where is your love of country? You are failing your country and its citizens.

If these crimes go uncorrected there is no reason to ever vote again.

 

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