We The People have forgotten our history.
Not all of us, but many of us.
Our constitution was created by and for the people to ensure our God-given rights are solidified onto paper.
Our founders revolted against the tyrannical regime that was stomping out their rights, liberties, and lives.
For the first time in the history of the world, our founders had created a true constitutional republic in which the people had the power, not the few or the one.
This great experiment has been under attack since its inception, make no mistake.
What always kept the experiment going is God-fearing people.
God-fearing people who remember what America was founded on.
God-fearing people have tried to keep the founders’ course regardless of the waves it smashed into along the way.
America is now heading into parts well-known. Well known to destroy all who enter these waters.
We’ve seen throughout history in which humans have always been ruled, where their voices were not a right but a luxury. If they said or did the wrong thing, it could mean life in prison or death.
Throughout the ages, all empires have fallen, and America is no different. We are an infant in the timelines of histories of empires. Even if we’re not meant to be an empire, it happened nonetheless.
We see our country, which is to be run by We The People, be put in the corner.
Our voices are no longer heard by our leaders.
Our leaders now doing the exact opposite of what We The People want.
These same leaders are doing what’s best for them, not what’s best for us.
Not what’s best for our country and surely not following their oath to defend our country against all enemies, foreign and domestic.
We see our leaders have failed us.
That’s to be expected. Why?
They were never our leaders. They are our servants.
We left them with too much power, too much control, and too little accountability.
Know, we can always take it back, peacefully, constitutionally.
For those thinking I’m being too dramatic, you’re one of the problems.
You see, We The People want our elections to be legitimate. We want to protect our borders, save our kids in health and schooling, build infrastructure here, not abroad, pay fair taxes, and have the right to choose what goes in or comes out of our bodies, not be censored and canceled for our speech, have our tax dollars be spent here not abroad and so much more.
We’re tired of seeing these lifelong politicians come into office worth a few bucks and somehow amass hundreds of millions of dollars in wealth.
How does one making $150,000-250,000 a year, as our servant, do that legally?
We’re tired of being sold out.
We need to remind them they are our servants, not our leaders.
We’ll see on Friday if SCOTUS decides to move forward with the Brunson case or if they just kick it back to the 10th Circuit.
Regardless of what happens with the Brunson case, We The People can get this ship back on course if and when we decide to.
People think they are limited by the BAR association and lawyers, but we still have our constitution, and if enough of us say enough, this nightmare can end.
We have our First Amendment, which clearly states:
The First Amendment provides that Congress make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting its free exercise. It protects freedom of speech, the press, assembly, and the right to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Look at the last part:
“and the right to petition the Government for a redress of grievances”
Nowhere in the constitution does it say the Bar Association makes the rules. That we have to follow unconstitutional statutes. It says quite the opposite in the 14th Amendment.
Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
Notice where it says:
No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States.
What we see happening across our country with our servants in every state is in direct violation of the 14th amendment.
The 9th amendment protects us from the perversion of the court in which they may want to enforce something unconstitutional that would be against our rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Notice what it says:
The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.
This was one of our founder’s greatest fears, the perversion of the courts. This amendment is to protect us from judges and courts who accidentally or by sale of their souls unconstitutionally misinterpret the constitution or a law that would be in violation of it.
The bottom line, we’ve allowed the government to get too big.
Our servants hide behind unconstitutional statutes which mean nothing if they are in direct conflict with our constitution. Many of them are. It’s time to clean this mess up before it swallows us whole.
I’ve always said if you clean up your backyard, your city, your county, and your state, you clean the federal government as well.
This is what we all must do in our own backyards.
We must peacefully hold these servants accountable and, if need be, fire them.
We have the power, not them. We have the numbers, not them. They are our trustees, not our leaders nor king.
We simply must use the first amendment and petition the Government for a redress of grievance. We don’t need an attorney. We can write up our grievances, we make them known to our servants, we assemble, they address and fix the issues, or we fire them.
It’s all peaceful like, it’s all constitutional like. That’s why we have it. That’s why it’s so important we know what our constitution says and means.
What will continue to be is what we allow. Period.
We showed you our petitions in parallel with the Brunson case. Now we will show you why the constitution and 1st amendment are so important soon.
For those that think this is nuts, I’m sorry your mind and will have been enslaved. For everyone else, remember what the great Ben Franklin said he left us, “A Republic if we can keep it.”
I intend to do my part to help, and I hope you do as well. Stay tuned.
The Brunson case is tomorrow. It will be a very good indicator of whether SCOTUS is with us or against us.