The Most Dangerous Time
Today, Biden announced that he was going to drop the demand that employers force-vaccinate their employees. This comes after his poll numbers are lower than that of Nixon at the end of the Watergate hearings. It comes after court after court, including the Supreme Court has ruled that this requirement is unconstitutional, though how they justified allowing it for federal employees or federally-funded (even when only paying for medicare and medicaid patients) hospitals remained in effect is anyone’s guess. Okay, the Supreme Court is just as corrupt as everything else, that’s the answer.
OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) has also dropped their plans to enforce this insane and unconstitutional rule that took them so long to formulate that it was effectively ineffective from the beginning. That doesn’t mean they are defeated, there’s no cause for celebration, they simply wanted to nullify all of the current lawsuits against them, because they were going to lose, but they’ll find a new way, restart the mandate when they think they can, when Soros has bribed more judges.
What employers like Carhartt and Pruitt Tool and Supply ought to recognize is that the cover provided by this hapless administration is gone. Their willingness to discriminate based on medical health records now falls on their shoulders and theirs alone. There never has been a law that required it, nor an established regulation, other than rumors of such and so, continuing to impose a vaccine mandate now opens them up for class action lawsuits and criminal complaint. Never get in the path of a staggering elephant, one can only get squashed.
This, however, only illuminates the constant push towards illegality by government officials. This isn’t a question of the mandate or whether it was constitutional or not. It wasn’t. It was inhuman, especially when taking into consideration the damage done by the “vaccines” themselves. But we have three people on the Supreme Court who thought they had an argument for it. Five more thought that it was okay for federal workers or federally funded workplaces, including Kavanaugh and Roberts.
Now that Breyer is going to retire and open a seat on the Supreme Court for someone like Hillary Clinton, Kamala Harris, Susan Rice or AOC, it’s easy to see that while Democrat appointees are always the most rabid partisans, the Republican nominees of late are all weak-kneed sychophants of the left; Roberts was no replacement for Rehnquist, just some sleazy pedophile by all accounts, but someone has to open the files of the clients of Ghislaine Maxwell to know that. That means that to prevent one of them from being appointed to the open seat, we’re expected to rely on Republican senators to reject them.
The illegal government, empowered by a stolen election, which tipped the Senate from Republican + 2 to even up, allowing Kamala Harris to be the tie-breaker on all of these spending bills that already have and will continue to drive inflation to Venezuelan heights also allows for someone like Hillary Clinton to be named to the Supreme Court.
This is why voting is still important and voting in 2022, if that happens, is more important than ever. Getting people out of the senate is more important than getting them into the senate, but backing someone who understands that the strength of the Republican Party in 2022 is due solely to a strong nationalist sentiment is vital. Those who just want to be establishment senators are as much the enemy of the people as communists.
All of it didn’t start with the pandemic that allowed for easily forged mail-in ballots, it started way before the stolen election. It started when we let communists on local school boards and election offices and it will have to get fixed there, if it is to be fixed at all.
In a lot of ways it’s too far gone to fix. But if we’re not going to fight for it, we’re going to have to try and fix it. The very principles of freedom mentioned in my book have been forgotten, even though they are written plainly in the constitution.
Maybe, it has to implode and quite likely we’re on the verge of that right now. The immediate threat is the open seat on the Supreme Court, but the problems are much deeper, much more entrenched. Whatever can be done politically should be done, but that which can only come from some sort of populist uprising, like the truck convoy in Canada, must also be done.
While I can say that inflation and the reliance on printed money will destroy the economy; that Ukraine will likely be the destruction of the military, or the exposure of the “vaccine” will destroy the military; that who’s on the Supreme Court when we face such huge disasters and betrayal on the southern border are somewhat meaningless in the bigger picture, to give an inch is to give a mile. Stand firm on all fronts and prepare for the worst.