When Lawmakers are Lawbreakers

It is difficult or impossible to pinpoint just when the tipping point was passed where America went from law and order to lawlessness and disorder, but we know we have long passed it. The incremental movement from one point to the other was left unchecked, then expedited, and now patriots hope to claw their way back to the freedom, protection, and providence that we once had. Those who love America and what it stands for now attempt to take a stand on the principles on which it was founded, while those in key government and other influential positions push it further off of its foundation.

Many patriots, exercising their constitutional right peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances, as given in the first amendment to the Constitution, were arrested by those in charge of protecting that right. This assembly happened on January 6, 2021, when Congress was convened to count electoral votes that unaccountably favored Joe Biden. The grievances for which a multitude was assembled were well-grounded, because election laws had been broken across the country and thousands of votes had somehow been granted to Biden in the wee hours of the morning of the day after the election. Many of those arrested are still incarcerated and awaiting trial as of this August 4, 2022. This is in clear violation of the sixth amendment, which among other things, guarantees the right to a speedy and public trial. By all measures, waiting on a trial for well over a year is not considered speedy.

While those that exercised their constitutional rights languish in prison for doing so, the Biden Department of Justice and certain state justice departments are busy turning loose those who actually commit crimes deserving punishment, such as illegal aliens and U S citizens involved in looting and destruction of property. The government officials responsible for upholding liberty and justice are not held accountable for their dereliction of duty.

Violation of the Constitution is a common occurrence for the communist regime currently in Washington, as it was during the Obama administration, and to a lesser but still significant degree under administrations of the more distant past (Article 2, Section 3 of the U S Constitution). When the lawmakers and those in charge of enforcing law and order, and protecting the rights of the people are derelict in their duty, what avenues are open for the people to have law and order, and protected rights (10th Amendment)?


  1. You sing my tune. Love you brother.

    God bless you, Dave

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