Thursday, September 3, 2015

America's Black Robed Thugs Harass County Clerk

Something has to be done about America’s black robed thugs.  These unelected and unaccountable judges have completely bastardized the 14th Amendment into a malleable free-for-all.  Since when did this constitutional amendment that was designed to ensure citizenship, equal protection of the law, and due process for ex-slaves and their progeny become a vehicle for gay marriage? 

When the Constitution of the United States was going through the ratification process, critics warned of the abuses of the judiciary.  The pseudonymous writer Brutus was prophetic.  Here is an excerpt from one of his broadsides:

The judicial power will operate to effect, in the most certain, but yet silent and imperceptible manner, what is evidently the tendency of the constitution: — I mean, an entire subversion of the legislative, executive and judicial powers of the individual states. Every adjudication of the supreme court, on any question that may arise upon the nature and extent of the general government, will affect the limits of the state jurisdiction. In proportion as the former enlarge the exercise of their powers, will that of the latter be restricted.

That the judicial power of the United States, will lean strongly in favour of the general government, and will give such an explanation to the constitution, as will favour an extension of its jurisdiction, is very evident from a variety of considerations.

And this:

Perhaps nothing could have been better conceived to facilitate the abolition of the state governments than the constitution of the judicial. They will be able to extend the limits of the general government gradually, and by insensible degrees, and to accomodate themselves to the temper of the people. Their decisions on the meaning of the constitution will commonly take place in cases which arise between individuals, with which the public will not be generally acquainted; one adjudication will form a precedent to the next, and this to a following one. These cases will immediately affect individuals only; so that a series of determinations will probably take place before even the people will be informed of them. In the mean time all the art and address of those who wish for the change will be employed to make converts to their opinion. The people will be told, that their state officers, and state legislatures are a burden and expence without affording any solid advantage, for that all the laws passed by them, might be equally well made by the general legislature. If to those who will be interested in the change, be added, those who will be under their influence, and such who will submit to almost any change of government, which they can be persuaded to believe will ease them of taxes, it is easy to see, the party who will favor the abolition of the state governments would be far from being inconsiderable. — In this situation, the general legislature, might pass one law after another, extending the general and abridging the state jurisdictions, and to sanction their proceedings would have a course of decisions of the judicial to whom the constitution has committed the power of explaining the constitution. — If the states remonstrated, the constitutional mode of deciding upon the validity of the law, is with the supreme court, and neither people, nor state legislatures, nor the general legislature can remove them or reverse their decrees.

The Supreme Court created a right out of thin air by ruling Americans must accept gay marriage and are imposing  their will upon local and state governments.  Kentucky is currently under the throes of black robed thuggery.  A county clerk faces jail time and fines if she doesn’t bow to the will of an out of control federal judiciary. 

The United States is a federalist system.  The Supreme Court has turned its back on our Constitution and self-governance.  This third branch of government has become what Brutus warned us about.  There is only one way we the people can stop this judicial oligarchy and that is to invoke an Article V States Convention and repeal the 14th Amendment.


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