What if Americans really knew their history?
“The sacred rights of mankind are not to be rummaged for, among old parchments, or musty records. They are written, as with a sun beam in the whole volume of human nature, by the hand of the divinity itself; and can never be erased or obscured by mortal power.” – Alexander Hamilton, 1775
Last week, concerning the topic of immigration, Politico did its best in attempting to “erase” and “obscure” all knowledge of the U.S. Constitution by helping spread more propaganda for this criminal administration.
“Even if President Barack Obama tests the bounds of his presidential power with the big, unilateral moves he’s promising on immigration, there may be no way to stop him.
“Lawyers (who swear to the bar) are debating the legality of a series of immigration-related executive actions the White House is reportedly considering. …
“‘The court route: I don’t see it,’ said Jan Ting, a top immigration official under President George H.W. Bush who opposes Obama’s expected moves.”
Notice here, friends, that there is no reference to constitutional law in these contrived articles whatsoever. So, once again, we can clearly see that it is mere opinion that they’re reporting and not facts based on our Constitution.
As it has rightly been said, “If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they do not have to give you the right answers.”
Let’s dissect this propaganda a bit here. The article said Obama “tests the bounds of his presidential power,” and then said that there is “no way to stop him.”
First, I did not know that it was the president’s duty to violate the Constitution he swore an oath to uphold. Second, we are talking about ILLEGAL immigrants here; therefore, it is unconstitutional. Because of this, what the president is attempting to do is illegal. Third, “The court route: I don’t see it.” Neither do I! Therefore, it does not need court litigation when in fact it is an illegal unconstitutional act in the first place!
So then, from whence are these reporters and lawyers deriving their information, when they believe that the president can do whatever he wants to, when he wants to do it? Through reporters’ ignorance and stupidities, justice has been delayed concerning the illegal policies and actions by this government. Why? Because of the people’s lack of knowledge (Hosea 4:6) of the enumerated laws in the Constitution of the United States (Article III, Section 3).
Then on the other hand, you have Rep. Shelia Jackson Lee, D-Texas, playing the fool for this fool in office and attempting to support this dictatorship by saying things like, “It is time for Obama to do whatever the h–l he wants,” concerning illegal immigration.
Furthermore, because the media report it, the people concede that the president can do whatever he wants to do. As if to say that he is above the law – when in fact, nothing could be further from the truth.
To Shelia Jackson Lee I say, it’s a terrible place to be when your brain is in someone else’s head.
Friends, “There is no greater tyranny, than that which is perpetrated under the shield of law and in the name of justice.” (Montesquieu)
Can you imagine if the American people really knew their history?
America would realize that her founders did not tolerate these tyrannical usurpations whatsoever. Case and point: The Declaration of Independence is the very document our forefathers used to throw off tyranny in every form.
Thomas Jefferson, who was one of the architects and a signer of the Declaration of Independence, stated, “[Bear] always in mind that a nation ceases to be republican only when the will of the majority ceases to the law. …”
Apparently, America is still in need of a history lesson. A lesson that will be a hard one to learn. That is, if the nation continues down the road it is on now.
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