Will the American public ever have the fortitude and determination to see those in power held to account?
When will the average libertarian finally say enough is enough, let alone the average American citizen? Will we ever have the fortitude to hold those in power accountable?
At what point are you going to stop saying things like “they better fix this or that?” They have absolutely no interest in legislating anything that will improve your lifestyle or mine. My father just died at 69 years old (a year too young for the vaccine at the time of his death), but our president went out of his way to vaccinate the mastermind of 9/11 and his pals in Guantanamo by executive fiat..
We pay taxes and get no representation while murdering trash who’ve never paid a dime have superior representation.
But it gets worse. I’m a Floridian, represented by a governor I voted for who won a Democratic election to head our state. Folks in DC and California don’t like how successful our state government, and specifically our governor have been in recent months and they’re openly discussing ways to limit our state government’s powers. Democratic members of congress are putting forth legislation to prevent interstate travel of Floridians, AMERICAN CITIZENS, as a punishment for our success during their failure. That’s obviously a blatant violation of: The Privileges and Immunities Clause (U.S. Constitution, Article IV, Section 2, Clause 1 , which among other things guarantees a right to interstate travel, but our constitution no longer exists, at least not among the ruling class elites.
The time for platitudes is over. The time for reassurances and assumptions of good faith are past. Wake up!
If our generation fails to act immediately and decisively, and we leave our children to a future of tyranny and oppression, we will undoubtedly go down as the most self centered and cowardly generation in the history of western civilization. We must act!
To be clear, I am not calling for any kind of violence. If I were to even consider such revolutionary ideas, they certainly wouldn’t be readily available and articulated for my pals in the alphabet agencies to use against me. I fundamentally lack an ability to understand how millions of Americans took to the streets throughout this past summer to protest the death of a single man at the hands of a tyrant, but we can’t scrounge together several thousand in protest of the lack of representation and increasing government authoritarianism we are seeing. The founding fathers were “insurrectionists,” in part because of a freaking tax that was applied to tea for Christ sakes. They put their foot down after repeated transgressions.
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