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The Veil of National Security
There is no national security. One cannot have national security with an open border and unvetted entrants. It’s as simple as that. What we do have is national secrets kept from the people for no other reason than to protect the usurpers and treasonous from the consequences of their actions.
Part of this is accomplished from hiding the facts from the people, the other part is accomplished by arresting those who discover the hidden facts. The point is, if the government didn’t have so much to hide from the people, especially their illegal activity, there would be very little that would have to be kept secret. But, today, almost everything that points to government corruption is hidden behind the veil of national security.
If this were a proper republic, with laws and stuff like that, where individuals had rights to privacy and the government didn’t, as intended, it would be a much different place and it might prosper. But in the corrupt world the treasonous have created out of the shell of the republic, it cannot. Prosperity is the first casualty of tyranny.
Now, we get to the lawfare stage of a declining power, where law enforcement itself becomes a player in the affairs of politicians. If you live in Texas and have not called your senator, specifically one of the five squishy Republican senators, to demand that they dismiss the charges against Ken Paxton, you’re allowing them to impose lawfare against someone illegally, improperly and immorally.
As with Trump, it doesn’t matter what one might think of Ken Paxton. In the Texas House there is a cabal of Democrats and Republicans that control the whole apparatus and while there has been significant efforts to disrupt this cabal, it still exists and Ken is one of the disruptors. In response, the cabal has impeached him on charges too vague to be addressed here, probably because he’s worked so hard to secure the border and push back against Biden’s (Obama’s) worse instincts. This is a fight for the voice of average Texans. I’ve made several calls to Senator Charles Perry, my message is this: to even take part in this unlawful impeachment is an impeachable offense.
I can’t get into minute detail here, but in Texas there’s the “Prior Term Doctrine” which states that if the issues were known prior to someone’s election, (in Paxton’s case, they were) the candidate cannot be impeached for something that happened in the prior term. This is exactly what is happening to Ken Paxton in particular and Texans in general. The reason for the Prior Term Doctrine is to demonstrate that the voice of the people will not be ignored. This impeachment, investigated in secret, with testimony not held under oath, violates the rules of the House, jurisprudence and the Prior Term Doctrine all at the same time. There is no criminal charges here, only some unusual or questionable reactions to impropriety Paxton was investigating.
This is a bigger issue than just for Texans, because it affects the border issues. If Ken Paxton is impeached and they get someone like George P. Bush into that office, forget any border enforcement that Texas might strive for going forward. In fact, Bush would likely sue Abbott for what little he has done to enforce the border. Why do I bring up George P. Bush? Guess who Paxton beat in the last election for Attorney General. Yep, George P. Bush. This is a way for the establishment to win the election they just lost.
I indulge myself here a little bit with local politics, but Texas is a microcosm of the greater political trend of arresting one’s political opponents or hamstringing them so much that they’re ineffective candidates. This is the dirty side of politics always practiced by communists, because their ideas never win elections. They know they have to rig it in their favor. Would child sexualization and trafficking win an election? Would the destruction of energy independence win an election? Would nationwide foreclosures of homes and farms win elections? Would transgender indoctrination of Third Graders win elections? If those are your platforms for political office, you have to rig the election to win. And we may still get all of those because no election is secure from the practice of deception.
This is the battleground today, the impeachment of Ken Paxton. There will be others in the future and I’ll engage where I can offer something of value. My recent conversations with the Our Country, Our Choice (OCOC) organization is, so far, interesting. I have to see more, but they don’t plan to reveal their agenda until November, so I can’t get a solid feel for whether joining was the right move, or not. I hope to inform the readership of an accurate and definitive opportunity to do something constructive with our collective intelligence and dedication, but things like this are always suspect and must be approached cautiously. All I know is we cannot continue on the current path.
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