Nancy Pelosi’s failure to bring a bill to protect our Supreme Court Justices to the floor for a vote is a blatant attempt to control our third, and supposedly, independent, branch of government at its highest level. Her claim that nothing bad would happen over the weekend is a lame excuse for her failure to perform her duty as an American, and as leader of the House of Representatives. She just wants another 48 hours of terror to reign down on Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Cavanaugh and on their children.
Just as fear was used on January 6th to derail the Senate Electoral Count proceedings after Arizona’s electoral votes were objected to by Representative Gosar and Senator Cruz, so protesters outside the residences of our Conservative Justices are being used to intimidate and influence the Court’s decisions. These protests are illegal, but no law enforcement has been called to disburse the protesters or arrest and charge the offenders. To the contrary, these protests have been justified by the Biden Administration as the result of sadness, anger, and fear that the Court’s decision on Roe v. Wade might change some lives (while it saves others).
It is a disgrace that many of our lower courts have been corrupted, thanks largely to George Soros, starting with local District Attorneys who don’t prosecute offenders, releasing many without bail, to Judges who withhold relevant evidence from juries, and allow tainted juries to decide cases, to state’s Attorney’s General who threaten to take away the law licenses of those who would do what our system was designed to do, offer legal representation by advocates on behalf of an accused. We have also seen tactics employed to try to force Justice Clarence Thomas to recuse himself from cases involving January 6-related cases, and we now see an attempt to remove Rudy Giuliani from the pool of D.C. attorneys that might defend these people (Peter Navarro is one such person) by claiming he has an “ethics” violation for prior cases he brought forth on behalf of President Donald Trump.
Giuliani’s ethics lapse, ironically, is presenting evidence from those who came forward to him because they witnessed, and/or unknowingly participated in the corruption of the 2020 Presidential Election. They all signed affidavits to that effect which were the basis of Giuliani’s actions. Giuliani did what is expected of any ethical attorney.
In Arizona, the only state that conducted a thorough forensic 2020 election audit, several people have now been charged with multiple election-related offenses, from ballot harvesting to forgery, and two have taken pleas rather than face trials and the consequences they might afford. I just heard that True the Vote’s cell-phone ping data made famous by Dinesh DeSouza’s Documentary, 2000 Mules, is being used to let these offenders know that they have been nailed. Independent of this news related to an NGO in Yuma County, Arizona, I saw that another Arizona woman was charged with voting her dead mother’s ballot.
In May, I wrote to Attorney General Brnovich, decrying the lack of prosecutions emanating from Arizona’s forensic audit and suggesting that our Democratic Republic would be lost if the cheaters were not prosecuted, including, and especially those who worked in our Elections Offices. I am pleased to say that we are finally seeing some of the election cheaters being prosecuted.
Let’s hope that these prosecutions extend to those who allowed ballots without signatures to be counted, to those who failed to cull their rolls of ineligible voters, to those who allowed voters to vote multiple times in a single state, and to those who, without Constitutional authority, changed election laws in 2020 under the guise of pandemic safety.
We must not bow to the tyranny that calls us insurrectionists for calling out the truth. This is just another fear tactic being used by our government which parades so-called “insurrectionists” in front of Americans to silence their voices and cower them.
By Jennifer Mitchell Towner
Jennifer Mitchell Towner worked in the computer industry from 1979 to 1998. Under a program called Encorps, she became a high school math, French, and Consumer Finance teacher in 2009, retiring in 2019. She holds two BAs from U.C. Berkeley in Math and French and an MBA from Stanford University. The books she published in 2021, Good Boots and Kipper the Nipper are on Amazon.
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