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Vic Biorseth, Tuesday, October 06, 2020
As we have long argued all over this website, we, the USA, are a Constitutional Republic, and not a Democratic Republic, and there is a big difference between the two. We were specifically designed to restrict Democracy from growing beyond direct popular election of members of the House of Representatives, and no one else.
Senators were appointed to office by and represented their sovereign state governments, and not any popular opinions or political movements at any moment in time. (That's why we have recommended repeal of Wilson's evil Amendment XVII to get back to what we were designed to be.) The President is elected not directly by popular vote, but by the Electoral College, so that the whole nation cannot ever be outvoted by one or a few highly populated states, eliminating good Presidential representation of the rest of the states.
By original design, as seen in the pre-1913 Constitution, the only pure politicians and the only officers elected by direct popular vote were the members of the House of Representatives. The Senator is not supposed to be a politician, but a statesman, representing his state as an ambassador, but with full voting power in the federal government. And the President is Constitutionally expected to properly represent all the the people of all of the individual sovereign yet United States.
The Marxocrat Party today, nearly insane over the loss of the 2016 election and the setback of their plans to totally Democratize and Socialize the USA, now threatens to pack the Supreme Court and to eliminate the electoral college. And, while they are at it, somehow illegally removing President Trump from office and and harming him as much as possible, if possible having him shot. They are now that crazy.
Packing the Supreme Court means upping the number of justices from nine to some new limit, with all Marxocrats being appointed to the office. The ballance now is pretty bad, as we see here:
With the death of Ginsburg (R.I.P.), we now have an eight member Court, subject to split decisions.
The now thoroughly anti-American Marxocrat Party can pack the court if they gain the power to do so in the 2020 election, and there is nothing to stop them. But, you would think, they cannot eliminate the electoral college without a Constitutional Amendment to do it, and a Constitutional Amendment must be ratified by a super majority of 38 sovereign states.
You would think. But nothing in the Constitution and nothing in the oath of office has stopped them from violating the Constitution in the past, so why would anyone think they would not do it again? In their anti-American view, they don't need no stinking Amendment; they don't even need no stinking Constitution. All they need is to take over.
The object, for them, is to achieve one-party dictatorial rule. Period. Just like China, and North Korea, and Cuba. And to hell with the Constitution.
As we have said before, because unconstitutional "laws" are actually unconstitutional, the President has it within his power to simply declare them to be unconstitutional, null and no law. Example unconstitutional laws abound.
But what about the Senators, Congressmen and Justices who made these unconstitutional laws? Did they not commit crimes in order to make these unconstitutional laws? Are such crimes against the USA not worthy of punishment?
The Constitution is law; violation of law is a crime, a criminal activity. The Constitution declares itself to be the supreme law of the land, and that is how its authors all agreed to ratify it. So again, if that is true, and it is true, are violators of the Constitution worthy of punishment?
Yes; they are indeed worthy of punishment. If the President ever gets a good and trustworthy department of justice and a good and trustworthy attorney general through whom to do his duty as the chief law enforcement officer of the USA, he could and should charge the criminals for their crimes. But what punishment, other than removal from office?
If the President wins and gets a majority in both houses of Congress, the first order of business should be to establish in law the penalty of Banishment and Decitizenizing of sworn officers of the USA who violated the Constitution in the performance of their offices. They who attack the Constitution should not be protected by the Constitution. They who attack America should not be protected by America.
And maybe submit a Constitutional Amendment fixing the number of Justices at 9, and send it out to the states for ratification. And maybe another Amendment requiring an Amendment be ratified for all new applicants for statehood before they may become states of the USA.
The President could get the remaining Marxocrats off of the Court and open up new candidacies there. The President could get all Senators and Congressmen who violated the Constitution and their oaths of office out of office, spurring multiple special elections all over the country.
If the Court can exercise Judicial Review of law, the President can exercise Presidential Review of law. There is nothing in the Constitution granting the Court any special interpretive authority over the Constitution superior to the other two coequal branches. All must know the Constitution equally; all are sworn to uphold it equally. When one branch fails in this duty, the others must correct the situation.
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