By Charles Johns
Now that the Supreme Court has refused to hear the Texas case about OBVIOUS problems with the last presidential election, I have doubts about all branches of our political system. In a previous article, I quoted Joseph Stalin saying what I said in this article’s title, only my wording is more concise. This past presidential election proved my point… and Stalin’s. Even the Courts admit there were serious problems counting votes, but they decided it was not a problem for them to solve. When a state has a problem with another state, the Supreme Court is the only Constitutional remedy, and Texas has issues with several states. In fact, seventeen other states joined Texas in this fight. Since Texas was not allowed to present her case in court, and provable wrongs were committed, I am left with only one conclusion… the court is part of the problem. I am not a lawyer, but I have a copy of the Constitution, and I have read it. So, the highest court in the land refuses to hear a case only it can hear… that is scary!
Imagine a country where the citizens must abide by the laws passed by congress or go to jail. Then imagine lawmakers making those laws so complicated only lawyers and judges know what they mean. That is called tyranny. The ruling class consisting of lawyers, politicians, and judges, controls everything, but only they know what is required to remain a free citizen. Citizens become slaves to the ruling class, and if they do not obey the law as defined by that ruling class, they are punished, just like under communism. Do not say it cannot happen here because it just did, with the Supreme Court ruling not to hear Texas’ complaint. With some states illegally changing voting rules during the election or shortly before, Texas had no other choice.
It is strange how the norms of past elections are so skewed in this election. Even considering COVID, this election looks terrible. The polling people were wrong, the percentages of thrown-out ballots should be more but is less, and Republicans were kept out of some counting areas. Possible illegal votes made Biden President, yet the court refused to hear Texas and 17 other states. This is far more important than overturning an election that appears to have been robbery by Democrats, socialists, progressives, liberals, maybe the Chinese, and now the courts.
I do not care what the legal reason is, but I care about right and wrong, fair or unfair. I fear that the Courts have twisted our Constitution into such a knot that it cannot be untied, and judges OPINION now rules, rather than the law as written. If so, we have lost the Republic! Democrats introduced Liberal and Conservative to define the Supreme Court years ago, but “Constitutional or Not” would be more appropriate.
Democrats think their opinion should be allowed, and absolutes do not exist. That is how legally killing the unborn became law, same-sex marriage overruled the people (DOMA), and our education system became a joke. At one time, the US was consistently in the top 5 worldwide in education, but now we are high only in student self-esteem. Today students graduate with useless degrees, unmarketable skills, and serious debt. Then reality sets in… but it is too late. Thank you, Teacher’s Unions. Our election system now has a similar problem. The television news, high-tech online sources, newspapers, and liberal radio twist the truth to the point of lying, as conservatives search for facts hidden among false charges. Now the highest court in the land says NO to Texas when all she wants is truth exposed.
If a crook like Biden wins, honestly… so be it. But enough information is in the public domain to prove Texas’ case, so to not hear it makes the Court a party to the theft of an election.
I think Bill Clinton is a rapist, and Barack Obama committed treason using the FBI, IRS, and DOJ against Republicans, but I prayed for them as our President. Praying for another liberal Democrat crook will simply extend the recent pattern of Democrats in high office who should be in prison for high crimes.
Pray for America; only He can help.
Submitted by Charles Johns, Abilene, TX. Charles is a Navy Veteran that served on three carriers, spent 20 years as a TV tech, 50 years building cars, and 10+ years as a shop superintendent and Police Department armorer. He graduated from Elkins Institute in Dallas (the same school Rush Limbaugh attended). He holds a Federal Firearms License as a gunsmith, with his own 100-yard gun-range for 21 years. Charles can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 972-965-5173