Sovereign Crime

A very interesting piece over at American Thinker, The Sovereign Crime of Industrial Scale Vote Fraud. Pullquote, but do read the whole thing:

Sovereign crime is not something we see a lot of in America as our governmental institutions are generally not organized to commit, support or hide a crime. 

Most Americans have never seen an organized crime take place, in plain view, supported by or covered up by governmental institutions.  But it happens all the time around the world, even in some countries that are quite Westernized.

Sovereign crime means your government was a participant, active or passive, enabling vote fraud. 

Governors and secretaries of state refusing to cleanse voter rolls, refusing to check signatures for mail-in ballots – even during recounts, changing the voting rules weeks before an election, qualifies as your government messing with your vote.

The national government refusing to investigate the most egregious examples of voter fraud like hundreds of thousands of more ballots than voters in several states, that is a pretty good indicator that they are passive participants in industrial level vote fraud. 

The refusal of the FBI to fully investigate Jesse Morgan’s truck with the hundreds of thousands of ballots going from New York to Pennsylvania – yet dispatching agents to a NASCAR location to investigate a garage pull-down they hoped was a noose – well, that’s a good indicator, too.

Wait, we’re not done here.

No, indeed we’re not. And it will happen again, even bolder. There will not be another “free and fair” election in this nation. The question then, is how much longer will this nation continue to exist?

4 thoughts on “Sovereign Crime

  1. >>The question then, is how much longer will this nation continue to exist?

    You know my take on this. We have been living in a semi collapsed post Constitutional Order for about 100 years.

    The real question to me is, When will my countrymen take notice of this, and when enough of us have Observed and Oriented, what Decision will be made, and what Action, if any is to be taken?

    I swear to $DEITY, this is the longest, most strung out cross generational OODA loop ever.

    1. As far as I can ascertain, Billy Beck was right in his observation that there’s no unifying coherent philosophy of liberty today. There was, in 1776. There wasn’t in France in 1789. You can see the difference in outcome.

      I spent a big chunk of my life defending the right to arms when I should have been trying to convince people to get their children out of the “education” system.

      The real question is “How many is ‘enough’?”

    2. “The real question to me is, When will my countrymen take notice of this,…”

      i’m gonna say when the money becomes worthless and the ebt cards stop working. which i think could be just anytime now. when the “elite” decide there’s nothing left to get, they’ll let it go.

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