I hit upon something in the last post that’s been bugging me all night. These people, whether Soros DAs, or WEF robots or whatever, they are the insurrectionists. The reason this bothered me so much is that it’s obvious, but no one, except a few memes here and there, have made the same connection. There’s a lot of talk of treason and corruption, but I wonder, legally, what does it take to invoke charges of insurrection among the many public servants, across the board, not only, but especially House and Senate members, who have violated their oaths of office, who refuse to enforce any laws except those that put American citizens at risk of life and limb while protecting illegal alien invaders? How many of these foreign invaders are being paid out of the public treasury? And what are they being paid to do and when do they intend to do it?
Stay with me a minute here, I’m not talking about some clever internet meme or viral rant, I’m talking legally. The Supreme Court has never ruled, as far as I know, on a case of institutional insurrection against the general public, acting against the will, security and peace of the nation. The only ones powerful enough to commit such an act are those placed in positions of authority by either a vote, or a rigged election. Which do you think would be more likely to commit these egregious violations, the legally and properly elected or those who benefit from a rigged election?
I know the Loy Brunson case before the Supreme Court tries to tackle this directly and that will set a precedent, but the question we need to be asking the courts, as corrupt as they are, too, is what recourse do the people have legally for when the elected representatives act in ways that are harmful to the nation, especially, in this case, in favor of foreign interests?
The routine answer to that has always been the ballot box, but, as we have seen, the ballot box holds no magic shield against corruption and whether corruption is present or not, elected officials failing to defend the constitution and uphold and prosecute the laws of the land are in effect committing an act of insurrection, it’s in disregard of the oath that they took to defend those things that the legal case can be made, whether they got there through corruption or not, it’s a separate crime to administratively make null and void a properly drafted and constitutionally passed and signed law.
There is no provision other than insurrection and violation of the oath that can be cited, but if the people, generally, can be cited for insurrection without ever planning and/or attempting to execute that insurrection, so can the representatives and senators. They commit insurrection when they ignore their duties to defend the nation from alien invasion and hostile action. We have seen hostile action against the innocent with the full backing of DAs failure to faithfully prosecute these laws. All of the public health laws were violated by the states over the pandemic, but no one was cited, no one was prosecuted for breaking those laws. Why not? Because no one filed charges against them or those charges were not taken seriously by the Sheriff’s Department, but that should just add one more name to the list on the lawsuit, not discourage one from making the list.
The Brunson v Adams case focuses on a breach of national security that could, if ruled on properly, unwind the corruption that led to the 2020 election debacle. The case would see most of the congress dismissed for that national security breach by failing to investigate charges brought by members of the House that election laws that were not obeyed during the 2020 election led to a breach of national security, i.e, removing a duly elected president in favor of an illegitimate one.
Which is what obviously happened. Bill Barr, head of the Justice Department, went on national news programs and declared there was no election fraud in the 2020 election without having a single investigation into the multitude of charges and accusations referred to the Department of Justice from around the country. He simply lied and said what it would take to keep the coup from being exposed, nothing else. This is a serious violation of law, a serious violation of ethics, protocol and morality for which he has paid no price.
Had Barr instead honestly investigated the charges brought to him, the outcome of the election would have been in doubt until that investigation was complete. It would have forestalled the inauguration on grounds that until an election is verified as free, fair and legal, there should be no change in the current administration. All of this is completely rational, but the choice so many in government made was, well, we’ll ignore evidence and proceed with the inauguration even though we have had to bring in National Guard troops, put up steel and barbed wire between us and the people in order to hold it.
Think now of the stacks of Executive Orders prepared, many by Barr himself, for the installed president to sign upon taking office. I’m not sure they thought it would take. They massively underestimated the passivity of the modern American, which is now understood as immeasurable; bluff and bluster on the internet aside.
Maybe someone can help me out, what would it take to file charges against the Texas representatives or senators representing my state when they participated in insurrection by failing to act to uphold and prosecute the security of the nation? Where would I go to file such a suit, who should I name? Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any information as to how to go about it. If Loy Brunson can bring this case against the entirety of the congress, can’t I bring the same against the people in my county, the individuals in Texas office? Failing to uphold and prosecute the laws of the land should be an offense for which one might be sued. I’m thinking more in lines with future lockdowns, etc.
We have to start doing something, even if it’s this. Cocking and un-cocking one’s revolver is not the same as target practice. Putting pressure on the evil bastards is something.
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Evil bastards.....an utterance emanating from my mouth at least once a day, for at least the last five years.
T. L., and everyone. If you have not seen this interview of Brunson and the case that will be heard on 1/6, it's worth listening to.