As the financial guys say: Past performance is the best predictor of future behavior. So, what have the Oath Keepers done in the past? They’ve defended the property rights of private citizens, protested an election that half of America thinks was stolen and accused Biden of being a Chinese puppet. Stewart Rhodes must have learned a thing or two about the Constitution at Yale Law. All of his organization’s past activities have been entirely consistent with the Constitution — freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, property rights, and government by the people
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It should also be noted that the “establishment” of religion, prohibited by the First Amendment, only refers to compelling people to belong to a state-sanctioned church. Activist judges have perverted the concept and have illegally (jurists violate law when trampling the Constitution) expanded the prohibition far beyond its true meaning. Thus are we told that school prayer is verboten and the Ten Commandments mayn’t be displayed at a courthouse.
One of the newest decrees has been that property owners that rent homes or apartments cannot evict tenants. There has been no law passed, only a decree from Joe Bribe’em through the CDC. It is difficult to imagine a worse abrogation than private property being confiscated by the government without compensation.
As usual, California is at the forefront of societal evolution. They are way ahead of the rest of us rubes on this whole dignity thing. They’re already discussing codifying it into state laws and regulations. The California legislature is currently working on a law to provide menstrual products to boys at public schools.
In recognition of this abuse, conservative voices are attempting a solution to the problem by virtue of a Convention of States. This is another example of the brilliance of the founders, in that they anticipated the need for such a course correction someday, and included it in Article V.