Are you tired of the political theater yet? This political theater has a level of absurdity that only a select few can enjoy. We vote red or blue and pretend that the opposing candidates are all that different. The candidate who stands up for the principles of the American Constitution is automatically removed or minimized. The fact is there is little difference between the two parties; they are a uniparty with one goal – to sell this country to the highest bidder. Keep watching the fallout from FTX Crypto and Hunter Biden if you have doubts.
The Republican Governor of Utah and the Democrat Governor of New York are just two wings of the same bird. The same can be said for Senators Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer. They all run so close together it is hard to tell them apart in action. Every time somebody thinks they are voting for a constitutionally sound candidate, they end up with a Congressman Dan Crenshaw who doesn’t seem to have a problem with Red Flag laws – Second Amendment violation, check.
The examples of this kind of behavior are abundant. Let us add in another concern. The 2020 census results looks like it was one of the worst ever completed. If the Forbes article is right, Texas and Florida should have gained another seat in Congress while Rhode Island and Minnesota should have lost one. Meanwhile, Colorado gained a seat, and there’s no reason for that. Where is the outcry? Both parties should have cried foul and demanded it be fixed. What probably happened was the uniparty agreed to let it go. It is a distraction from the real goal.
I would like to see the deals made between the GOP and the DNC to make the 2022 mid-term elections achieve the desired outcome. What did these politicians promise and to whom? The slow rolling of election returns is one obvious mechanism used to achieve the outcomes that were baked into the cake. These self-promoting sold out deep state members only step up to preserve their positions; “We the People” are not important. In fact, most would prefer we just go away except we are the paycheck they love so dearly. Liberty is not their goal –oligarchy is.
It is time for Americans to realize that the America we thought we knew has been on the auction block for a long time and the final bidding is in progress. The principles embedded in the Constitution are ignored to keep the agenda moving forward. Both parties are bidding for a final prize that they intend to split between themselves.
Meanwhile the World Economic Forum, World Health Organization, United Nations, and other globalist organizations look on in hopes of checking off their greatest prize.
Let us stop playing political softball and play Constitutional hardball instead. Governors and State Legislatures must band together, declare themselves as Constitutional sanctuaries, and enact meaningful steps to counter a Federal Government gone rogue. This includes turning away money, removing federal agencies and influence from their states, and magnifying the power of constitutional sheriffs. The power structure in America is simple. It is the individual, the family, the state, and at the bottom the Federal Government.
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The contract is simple.
We gave them the powers; we can take them away.
To clearly display this breach of contract we can look to Art 4, Sec. 4 of the US Constitution that says,
“The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or the Executive (when the legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.”
Words like “guarantee,” “Republican form,” and “against Invasion,” should stick out. When two parties are signatories to a contract and one of them fails to follow the terms, they are in breach of contract and subject to penalties. In this case the penalty is a simple statement of “no,” to all measures that do not conform to the principle of constitutional governance.
How many of our states have the courage to act?