Here is the interview Alex Newman of the New American Magazine and I did on December 23.
1. The Supreme Courtâs Dereliction of Duty
The Pennsylvania Lawsuit
As pointed out in the interview [and previously here], Art. I, Â§4, cl. 1, US Constitution, delegates to state and federal legislatures alone the power to make the laws addressing the âtimes, places and mannerâ of conducting federal elections. In addition, Art. II, Â§1, cl. 2 provides that the State Legislatures are to decide how the Presidential Electors for their State are to be appointed.
But in Pennsylvania (and other States), Judges and State Executive Branch officials changed the laws made by their State Legislature in order to permit fraud of such a massive scale as would enable the theft of the election for the Biden/Harris ticket. Accordingly, during late September, the Republican Party of Pennsylvania filed a lawsuit challenging the unconstitutional changes to the State election laws. They lost in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, and asked the US Supreme Court to review it.
But the Supreme Court dragged its feet. So on October 28, Justice Alito (who is the âgo-toâ Justice for the US Circuit in which Pennsylvania is located), issued a statement [link] where he identified violations of Art. I, Â§4, cl. 1 and Art. II, Â§1, cl. 2 as an issue of ânational importanceâ which âcalls out for reviewâ by the Supreme Court; and that the Court should decide this issue BEFORE the election. He warned that the Supreme Courtâs inaction on the âimportant constitutional issueâ raised in the lawsuit has created conditions that could lead to âserious post-election problems.â
Justices Thomas and Gorsuch joined Justice Alito in his Statement â but nobody else.
The Supreme Court still hasnât announced whether they will review the decision of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. They set this case for conference (among themselves) on January 8 [link] â which is two days after Congress meets to count the votes.
The Texas Lawsuit
The Supreme Courtâs handling of the Texas lawsuit was equally egregious. The Texas case alleged that using COVID-19 as an excuse, state government officials in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin usurped their State Legislatureâs authority and unconstitutionally revised their Stateâs election statutes. These changes made massive election fraud possible. The Complaint sets forth compelling facts alleging the massive and coordinated fraud used to steal the November 3 election.
But the Supreme Court refused to hear the case, claiming that Texas âlacked standingâ to bring the action. They were dead wrong. Hereâs why:
Article IV, Â§4, US Constitution, says:
The essence of a âRepublicâ is that sovereign power is exercised by Representatives elected by The People. Accordingly, the violations of Art. I, Â§4, cl. 1 and Art. II, Â§1, cl. 2 – which made the massive election fraud possible – strike at the heart of our Constitutional Republic.
Obviously, when an election is stolen by corrupt politicians and political parties – with the connivance of Judges and State election officials – the Right of The People to choose their Representatives is taken away from them.
And this is why the State of Texas has âstandingâ to bring the lawsuit: Art. IV, Â§4, is for the benefit of the States who comprise this Union. The States created the federal government when they ratified the Constitution. The Supreme Court is merely the âcreatureâ of that Constitution; and they may not lawfully act in contravention of the Document under which they hold their existence.
The US Supreme Court is required to act so as to preserve the Republican Form of Government for Texas and all other States. They shirked their Duty. Shame on the Supreme Court!
2. Attorney General William Barrâs Dereliction of Duty
Article IV, Â§4 also imposes on the US Attorney General â as part of the Executive Branch of the federal government – the Duty âto guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of GovernmentâŚâ
Accordingly, the Attorney General has the Duty to prosecute persons engaged in federal election fraud; and he has the Duty to file civil actions addressing the election fraud â such as suggested by constitutional litigators William J. Olson & Patrick M. McSweeney in their Christmas Eve article here.
But not only did Barr not lift a finger to fight the fraud â he denied there was any fraud. He too shirked his constitutional Duty. Shame on William Barr!
3. Will Congress also shirk their Constitutional Duty?
Article IV, Â§4 also imposes on Congress the Duty to guarantee to the States a Republican Form of Government.
Section 3 of the 20th Amendment imposes on Congress the additional Duty of determining whether the President Elect and Vice President Elect have âqualifiedâ for office [respecting that, this short post will help you].
Congress has the ability to perform its sacred Duty under Art. IV, Â§4, by disqualifying Biden and Harris on the bases that their election was procured by changes to State election laws made in violation of Art. I, Â§4, cl. 1 and Art. II, Â§1, cl. 2, which made possible the brazen fraud which resulted in the theft of the election for Biden and Harris.
Kamala Harris should be disqualified on the additional ground that she is not a ânatural born citizenâ as required by Art. II, Â§1, cl. 5 and the 12th Amendment [link].
But shockingly, it appears that some Republicans in Congress intend to go along with the fraud, and will use as an excuse the silly claim that presidential elections are up to the States and Congress shouldnât bully the States!
But that would constitute an aiding and abetting of election fraud, and a shirking of Constitutional Duties. Congress! Do not strip The American People of their right to honest federal elections!
4. The Fraudulent Election is an Act of War against the People
of the United States
This was not just another election. This was a planned and coordinated attack on the People of the United States. If we donât defeat the fraud, the People of the United States will have been stripped of their sovereign power to choose their own Representatives.
This is an Insurrection against the sovereign power of WE THE PEOPLE. Traitors within our local, state, and federal governments have conspired with one another â and apparently foreign agents – to take our sovereign power away from us. And cowards are going along with it.
5. President Trump has constitutional and statutory authority
to carry out the Duty imposed on him by Art. IV, Â§4
If, when it meets on January 6, Congress too shirks its constitutional Duty to guarantee honest federal elections and refuses to disqualify Biden & Harris; then the President is our last hope (within the purview of the Constitution).  Not only does Art. IV, Â§4 impose this duty on the President; he is also bound by his Oath of Office to âpreserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United Statesâ (Art. II, Â§1, last clause); and, by Art. II, Â§3, to âtake Care that the Laws be faithfully executedâ. These three provisions impose upon him the Duty to act so as to preserve the Federal Constitutional Republic created by our Constitution of 1787.
And he has the constitutional and statutory authority to carry out his Duty:
Call up the Militia!
Article I, Â§8, cl. 15 authorizes Congress
Congress âprovided forâ calling forth the Militia by delegating to the President the authority to use his own judgment respecting whether to send the Militia into any State:
- To enforce the Laws of the United States [10 USC Â§252];
- To suppress uprisings which deprive the people of the rights, privileges and immunities, and protections recognized in the Constitution and secured by Law, and the State government isnât protecting those rights [10 USC Â§253]; and
- To suppress uprisings which oppose or obstruct the execution of the laws of the United States or impede the course of justice under those laws [10 USC Â§253].
So the Militia may be called forth:
- To enforce Art. I, Â§4, cl.1 (which requires that only state and federal Legislatures may make laws respecting the times, places and manner of holding federal elections);
- To enforce Art. II, Â§1, cl.2 (which provides that the State Legislatures are to decide how the Presidential Electors for their State are to be appointed);
- To enforce Art. IV, Â§4 (which requires the United States to guarantee to the States a Republican Form of Government); and
- To suppress the Insurrectionwhich is right now going on in our Country.
A Brief History of the Militia
The term, âMilitiaâ, refers to the armed and trained male Citizens. The Militia Act of 1792 provided for the arming and training of these male Citizens [link]. Our Framers did not want a standing professional Army â thatâs why appropriations for the regular Army were limited to two years (Art. I, Â§8, cl. 12). Enforcement of federal laws, suppression of Insurrections, and much of the national defense were to be the responsibility of the Militia. When the federal govât needs to enforce its laws, it is to call forth the Militia â the armed and trained Citizens â to do the enforcing! During the Washington Administration, the federal govât called forth the Militia to enforce the federal excise tax on whiskey. Federal law enforcement is thus the province of the Citizens â the Militia!
But with the Dick Act of 1903, the organized Militia was converted into the National Guard â which is an adjunct of the federal military. And with 10 USC Â§ 246, Congress redefined âMilitiaâ to consist of two classes:
Earlier this year, in response to the violent Insurrections in the cities, Edwin Vieira, JD., Ph.D. (our Countryâs foremost authority on the Militia) showed here how President Trump has the authority to send the Militia into the cities to suppress the Insurrections. But as discussed here [at endnote 11], President Trumpâs two previous Secretaries of Defense apparently indicated that they would not obey orders to send the National Guard into the cities. Will Chris Miller, the present acting Secretary of Defense, be any better?
But if President Trump calls up âthe unorganized militiaâ â which remains in existence as recognized by 10 USC Â§246 and which has his back â to enforce Art. I, Â§4, cl.1; Art. II, Â§1, cl.2 and Art. IV, Â§4 â he doesnât need the cooperation of any deep state Secretaries of Defense.
6. Calling up the Militia is not equivalent to imposing âmartial lawâ!
I implore Patriots to become precise in your use of terminology. Calling up the Militia for the purposes at Art. I, Â§8, cl. 15 is not âimposing martial lawâ [and itâs not âMarshall lawâ]! Martial Law is typically imposed during war time when invading military forces disband civilian governments [including the courts] in the occupied country and replace the civilian government with direct military control of civilian populations.
7. What is âthe rule of lawâ?
The ârule of lawâ is a term which politicians and Attorneys General, who have no idea what it means, love to sling around: In his recent address to students at Hillsdale College, former Attorney General Barr said the ârule of lawâ means âtreating everyone the sameâ. Thatâs not even close.
Law comes from a higher source than the civil authorities. The âRule of Lawâ prevails when the civil authorities obey that higher Law â be it Godâs Law or our Constitution. The Bible shows that Kings governed justly only when they governed in accordance with the Law of God. In our Country, the civil authorities govern justly only when they obey our Constitution. See: Lex, Rex, by Rev. Samuel Rutherford (1644) and here under the subheading, â1. The Civil Authorities are under the Law.â
8. This isnât about Trump â itâs about defending our Constitutional
Republic from enemy attack
It doesnât matter what you or I think of President Trump: there is much to criticize about his policies. This fight is about whether our Republican Form of Government, with honest & verifiable elections, is to be restored; or whether our Right to choose our Representatives is to be stripped from us forever.
 Federalist No. 10 (J. Madison) [link]: âA republic, by which I mean a government in which the scheme of representation takes place, âŚ *** âŚ The two great points of difference between a democracy and a republic are: first, the delegation of the government, in the latter, to a small number of citizens elected by the rest; âŚâ
 ââŚThe fabric of American empire ought to rest on the solid basis of THE CONSENT OF THE PEOPLE. The streams of national power ought to flow immediately from that pure, original fountain of all legitimate authority.â Federalist No. 22, last para (A. Hamilton). This is what we will lose if Congress and the President permit the cheats and subversives to get away with the election fraud.
 If Congress and the President both shirk their Constitutional duties and âbetray their constituents, there is then no resource left but in the exertion of that original right of self-defense âŚâ Federalist No. 28 (A. Hamilton). Much blood will be on the hands of those who acquiesced in the fraud.
 Not armed thugs from federal executive agencies such as the FBI, BATF, etc., etc., etc. !© Publius Huldah
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