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The Curious Case of Douglas Mackey (October 20th, 2023)

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With all the upheaval both foreign and domestic caused by Joe Biden, also known as the Prince of Prevarication, the Deacon of Dementia, and the Sultan of Slur, we are painfully reminded daily that stolen fraudulent elections do indeed have consequences for all of us. And if you are a meme maker named Douglass Mackey, you really know it.

So who is Douglass Mackey? If you were on Twitter back in 2016 you knew him as the account called Ricky Vaughn,  a fictional character from the movie "Major League" with 58,000 followers. 

On Wednesday, Mackey was sentenced by the Eastern New York Federal Circuit Court run by Obama Judge Ann Donnelly to 7 months in federal prison for "using a social media platform to disseminate fraudulent messages that encouraged supporters of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to vote by text message or social media, which was legally invalid." 

The Twitter post that landed Mackey in jail was a meme showing a photo of a woman holding a Clinton campaign sign and said "avoid the line, vote from home. Text HILLARY to 59925. Vote for Hillary and be a part of history."  The verdict was the culmination of an FBI investigation and charges brought by Biden appointed US Attorney Breon Peace, who called the case a quote "groundbreaking prosecution." 

By now you all know of all the documented cases of voter fraud and unconstitutional changes to election laws under the guise of Covid in 2020. 

You know of the 51 former intel agents who signed the false letter stating that the Hunter Biden laptop was- everybody say it with me- Russian disinformation. 

You know of the censorship of the NY Post story on the Biden laptop. 

You know of the censorship and propaganda detailed in the Twitter Files which was spearheaded by the FBI. 

You know that the Clinton campaign, in concert with the Perkins Couie law firm and foreign intel agents, created a dossier of lies that was given to the American intel agencies and used as a pretext to spy on the Trump campaign and eventually appoint a special counsel to investigate Trump as President.  

You know of the 100% conviction rate on the January 6 prosecutions. And of course, you know of the 91 felony charges against President Trump in multiple democrat run judicial venues. 

The Oxford dictionary defines tyranny as "a nation under cruel and oppressive government" and "cruel, unreasonable, or arbitrary use of power or control," but isn't that also a pretty darned good definition for what we now call "lawfare?" 

For decades the left used a strategy we call "judicial fiat," which is another way of saying that they used the courts to get what they couldn't get legislatively.  Judicial fiat has now morphed into lawfare, where democrats use the courts to bankrupt, silence, and imprison their political opponents, paralyze public servants, intimidate the public, quash free speech, in addition to the all the quasi-legislative judicial activism- judicial fiat- we are used to. 

Lady Justice's blindfold has been torn off and her scales trampled in a tyrannical thirst for power, control, and wealth. Now the law enforcement agencies and courts have been weaponized. How can anybody say at this point there are 3 co-equal branches of government or that there is a balance of power, that the scales of justice are equal, the law is equally applied, or that the courts are neutral arbiters of the constitution? 

History has shown us time and again that this ends very, very badly. If Biden and the democrats win the next election, does it go past the point of no return? We, meaning law abiding freedom loving voters, can't let that happen. We have to peacefully and patriotically make our voices heard.

So buckle up, it is going to be a very bumpy and dangerous ride for the next 15 months. And as for Douglass Mackey and all the victims of lawfare, perhaps Voltaire summed it up best when he said, "To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize."

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