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Injustice of the Court
Several hours ago, I joined the Loy Brunson effort sending notice to the Supreme Court of Misprision of Felony. This is not a convoluted case. It is not an extraordinary case. The issues before the court are not particularly novel or revolutionary. It’s a common thing to witness felonies. It happens all day long, everyday. So, what is the difference and why should I join this lawsuit?
When those who witness felonies are the very people responsible for upholding the law, the police, the sheriff, the representatives and senators, judges and state’s attorneys, justices and even Supreme Court justices and all of them turn a blind eye to it, refuse to look at the evidence, evidence they themselves could produce, if they chose to, one has to do what they can to try and force someone to look at the crime and point to a criminal. As hard as that seems to be able to accomplish in today’s corrupt United States, until they start nuking us and/or sending the blue helmets around, there’s only one level of fight taking place and that’s the gray area between legality, politics and information. None of it with any particular substance, but all of it adding up to one thing or another, over time.
In this corrupt nation, I don’t expect the Supreme Court to rule on important issues of the day, that’s not what they do anymore. Today, they serve only to cover up for the unconstitutional acts of presidents and their administrations, weasels like Mayorkas and Garland, both running amok, violating every law they encounter, blind to criminal activity, unless there’s some aspect of Trumpism involved, then they find their prosecutorial legs and the court can be relied upon to rule with vengeance, because they are no longer Americans, just people who live in America, who leech off of the hard work and good sense of its citizens while they defile and abuse them, traffic their children and dilute their culture.
It’s a shame and I’m sickened by it, but it’s true. We are so corrupt that one’s political affiliation leads to sentences of probation or life in prison for the same act, it’s all in the definition and how they apply them. This has gone on a long time. There are victims scattered across the decades, but it’s more flagrant now, less apologetic, less likely to be recognized for the blatant politicization of it, especially because the corruption is so obvious. It’s designed to devalue the nation in the eyes of the world, a taking of the knee to foreign interests.
So, what good is joining a court case in this corrupt state of the nation? Likely, none. But it isn’t what is accomplished that matters to me. Nothing I have done has had any real impact, it has changed nothing, righted not one wrong, but I’ve done what I have done, because it’s what I could do.
Many others have taken stronger stands, sought public office only to be vilified and targeted, imprisoned in some cases. The January 6th political prisoners did nothing wrong, simply stood up with all of the righteous indignation of those who have been wronged and have been held as political prisoners since. What have they changed? What have they accomplished?
Look at it from the other side, though. What damage has the FBI done to themselves by participating in the stolen election? By encouraging, even entrapping, those on January 6th? What has the CIA done to itself? What has the Supreme Court done to its own credibility by refusing to address these critical issues? What has the Health Department done, the Department of Education? They have all destroyed themselves, making mockeries of their own titles and status.
Now they want us to trust the WHO, have willingly served up the sovereignty of the United States and all of their citizens, because they are corrupt and are working for forces antagonistic to America and what America stood for.
They have used the power of the federal government for their own agendas, sought to subject the majority to the view of the tiniest of minorities. That has a price. Just as the dollar cannot continue to be diluted without causing inflation, the principles of the union cannot continue to serve its enemies and retain it’s value.
All of these agencies can now be seen clearly, without the fog of patriotism surrounding them. They’re just domestic enemies dedicated to the destruction of the union and deserve no respect or obedience, except that which is forced by brutality. How low their sights have been set. Instead of inspiring the American with a dedication to the patriotic soul, they have simply beaten them into submission.
And when the next war is fought, something they seem incapable of avoiding, they will do it without that which sustained our fighting forces in previous wars. They will fight the next war without nobility of defending something but in antagonism and hostility toward something. They will fight it with people who do not want to fight, who only wanted to make a political statement by their enlistment or to get someone to pay for their sex-change operation. The commanders will fight the next war with threats of shooting their forces from behind as the Stalinists did. That is who they have become and by joining this lawsuit, I merely point that out. It’s a small task, but one compelled by patriotism.
The lawsuit itself intimates this statement: This is who you are now, you who have worn the robes and medals of heroes and betrayed that trust and you will reinforce that pitiful reputation with your continued dishonorable behavior and treasonous antics.
That is why I joined it.
America was never completely honorable, completely righteous, but it’s people acted often enough in honorable and righteous ways to inspire that among the citizenry. Not all, there are no absolutes, but in enough. I was encouraged to look at sacrifice for my nation as the highest honor. I saluted the flag, got choked up at the sound of the national anthem.
Now, I have to ask what purpose would my sacrifice serve? Would it be to keep Hunter’s diary a secret? Would it be to hide all the crimes of pedophilia among our representatives, senators, presidents and judges? Would my sacrifice be to see drag queens in Kindergarten? Would it be to keep political prisoners of the current regime? Would it be to fund extortion and brutality of parents concerned about their children and the schools they go to?
The problem that has been created is that as a patriotic son of the founding ideals, I would have to fight against all of that, against the crooked institutions of today. I could not, in good conscience fight to sustain this treason. It’s a paradox created by their lies and deceit that I could not fight for the government of my nation, but am forced to try and bring it to heel, to bring it back under control. That’s where my patriotism must remain, what I would fight for, what I would put my name to.
My novels of freedom Rebel and Rogue about a young man, growing up trying to do the right thing. They are available on Amazon and our website 12 Round Productions, where you can also find access to our red-pill film Lies of Omission.