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Democrats vs Bill of Rights (March 24th, 2023)

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I was all set to annihilate Joe Biden's foreign policy today but a tweet from Rep. Thomas Massie, who is an amazing Patriot, this morning really triggered me and got me to thinking, if the bill of rights didn't exist and were offered as standalone bills or enmasse on the floor of congress, would any or all of them have a chance at passing?

I believe there are very few, if any, democrats who would vote for the bill of rights if offered as a single piece of legislation. How many democrats would vote for unfettered freedom of religion, unfettered freedom of speech, unfettered freedom of the press? We already know because of what we saw in the Twitter files that democrats in the deep state want to control where and when you worship, what you read and say in public spaces, and what you can publish. 

In January 2022, Rasmussen did a poll that found that over 50% of democrats wanted to fine the unvaccinated, enact lockdowns for the unvaccinated,  send the unvaccinated to quarantine camps, and even imprison critics of the vaccine. 

Is there a single democrat who would vote for the second amendment? Remember, when the bill of rights was written a citizen army composed of local of militias had just used their weapons to liberate themselves from tyranny. Fighting tyranny is the reason there is a second amendment, not squirrel hunting.

As we have seen with the January 6 defendants, Proud Boys, and especially President Trump, the democrats have no regard whatsoever for the 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th amendments, especially as it pertains to search and seizure, trial by a local jury of ones' peers, excessive bails, speedy trials, and excessive punishments. Lawfare, not law, and a weaponized judiciary, is the current mantra of the democrats.

No democrat would vote for the 9th and 10th amendments, which reserve rights not enumerated by the constitution to the individual and to the state. The concept of federalism is anethema to democrats thirst for centralized power and control over every aspect of your lives.

The founders were concerned that the presidency could eventually become a monarchy. They were terrified of an out of control judiciary. They worried that a centralized government would be too far away from the people and deaf to their needs on a local level. They wanted states rights, not a superior centralized government. And most of all, they wanted small government of laws, not of men.  

The founders knew freedom was precious, that it is God given, and it is fragile. Most modern day politicians and I dare say all democrats, do not believe that. They want an omnipotent centralized government to control and dictate every aspect of your lives, where you go, what you say, what you eat, who you associate with, what you earn, how you raise your children, who you worship if in fact you are allowed to worship. The mission creep of the seizure of our rights is real, and it is happening right now. 

This the really the biggest issue of our time. President Trump was right yet again. They are coming for us, our rights,  freedoms, sovereignty over our lives, he is just in the way. Soon they will come for us with the same intensity and multi- pronged approach that they are coming after Trump.  As then Governor Reagan said in 1967,  Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.” That's a story I don't want to tell.

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