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Peggy Hall on Biden’s 100-Day Mask Diktat: Presidents Can’t Make a Law

Peggy Hall of The Healthy American discusses the unconstitutional Biden executive orders, and demonstrates why a President can’t make a law, and that executive orders are not laws. Only the legislative branch of government can make laws. She cites the U.S. Constitution, which IS the law of the land that Biden is supposed to follow. She also cites the White House’s website and Biden’s unconstitutional orders. The discussion is especially in regards to Biden’s federal “mask mandate,” which isn’t a mandate.

Video page on BitChute

Ron Paul: Government Unhinged, No Constitutional Restraints, Just Executive Orders!

Ron Paul and Chris Rossini discuss the Cheater-in-Thief Joe Biden’s illegal and unconstitutional executive orders.

From the YouTube page:

In just 9 days, President Biden has signed a record 40 executive orders, actions and directives. This is a far cry from the schoolbook instructions on “How a bill becomes a law.” Is this what “our democracy” has come to mean? The stroke of a pen? Where’s the U.S. Constitution?

News and Commentary

Zero Hedge: Right On Cue For Biden, WHO Admits High-Cycle PCR Tests Produce COVID False Positives.

Matt Agorist: Media Literally Compares Biden to God, Whitewashing New Face of US Police State & War Machine.

Caitlin Johnstone: Psycho Pompeo Exits With Nary A Scratch Of Media Criticism On Him.

John Whitehead: The Deep State’s Stealthy, Subversive, Silent Coup to Ensure Nothing Changes.

Jacob Hornberger: Woe to the Libertarian Non-Unifiers.

José Niño: Beware the Troop-Withdrawal Bait and Switch.

Robert Wenzel: This is Who Influences the Biden Team

Maryam Henein: The Storming Of The Capitol — Inciting Insurrection Or False Flag Attack?

Dave Lindorff: Time to Trash the Terrorist Watch List, a Police-State Frankenstein Gone Off the Rails.

Wendy McElroy: The Gold Clause: A Free-Market Gold Standard.

Ethan Yang: The Case for Decentralizing Monetary Policy.

And Alan Dershowitz: Congress Broke Two Records on Impeachment of Donald Trump.

Don’t Believe the Lying Lunatics of the “News” Media – Read These Instead

Glenn Greenwald: Violence in the Capitol, Dangers in the Aftermath.

Jacob Hornberger: There Is Still Time for Trump to Do the Right Thing.

Laurence Vance: The Real Constitutional Crisis.

Brendan O’Neill: Don’t Exaggerate the Threat of the Capitol Rioters.

Brian Shilhavy: “Very Healthy 56-Year-Old” Miami Obstetrician Dies after Being Injected with the Experimental Pfizer COVID Vaccine

Charles Burris: Escalation of the Strategy of Tension

And Gateway Pundit: Political Director Of ABC News Talks About ‘Cleansing’ America Of Trump Supporters.

Society Masked or Unmasked

I saw this video by Daniel Natal of The New American on this article by Yvonne Lorenzo on LRC. I think the video there is on BitChute but I can’t get embed HTML from that, but here is his YouTube version. Natal discusses the masks that many people are being forced to wear (even though these masks don’t prevent the transmission of viruses), and other kinds of mask wearing and why other people in other circumstances cover their identities with masks and face coverings.

Carl Watner Has Died

One prominent member of the libertarian movement was Carl Watner, who died of cancer last week. He was born in 1948.

Murray Rothbard may have been “Mr. Libertarian,” but Carl Watner was “Mr. Voluntaryist,” in my opinion. All things voluntary, and views guided by the non-aggression principle.

Wendy McElroy writes:

It is with deep sorrow that I announce the death of Carl Watner, who was the primary hand in founding the modern Voluntaryist movement in the early 1980s. He worked tirelessly and without complaint, day in and day out for decades, expressing his principles through his prolific writing, his character, and his actions. I will never meet his like again. I was lucky to have known him at all.

Carl died at home on Tuesday after a long and brave fight against cancer. He was surrounded by a loving family, including his remarkable wife Julie, and he was in no pain. I asked. Carl will be cremated and laid to rest in a Baltimore cemetery that his family owned for many years and where he will be joining three generations of the Watner family.

I cannot imagine the world or the movement without Carl. He was an irreplaceable friend and colleague. Good journey, Carl.

Carl Watner’s ideas and writing had an influence on me in my own libertarian thinking, such as in my views on the immigration issue.

Carl Watner started the Voluntaryist Newsletter with Wendy McElroy and George H. Smith in 1982. Here is the Voluntaryist website, and here is the Table of Contents for the Voluntaryist Newsletter. He wrote an essay in 2014 on what Voluntaryism means to him.

And here are some of my favorite articles by Carl that I have posted links to here on this blog. I’m sure you will find them as enlightening and interesting as I did.

Every State a Police State.

Am I An American Citizen and What Might It Mean?

Voluntaryist Resistance

Poisoning the Public Mind: Why Real Dissent Must Be Silenced

Life, Liberty, and Quackery From A Voluntaryist Perspective

Why I Oppose Government Enumeration

Without Firing A Single Shot: Voluntaryist Resistance and Societal Defense

“The Illusion Is Liberty – The Reality Is Leviathan”: A Voluntaryist Perspective on the Bill of Rights

Non-Voting

Is Voting an Act of Violence?

Ropes of Sand: Voluntaryism and Secessionism

The Tragedy of Political Government

Besides his articles at the Voluntaryist Newsletter, here are some of his other articles and papers at the Mises Institute, and Reason magazine. And voluntaryist books are available at the Voluntaryist website, including his own book on Homeschooling (also available at Amazon).

RIP, Carl.

On the Right of the People to Nullify Federal Diktats

It looks like we will have a turn to the left with more socialism if Joe Biden gets in power, which means President Kamala Harris, and probably AOC as the Speech and Thought Commissar who will distribute a long list of those the administration has determined to be “racists,” etc, i.e. anyone who disagrees with the Regime.

So this will be a time in which those who believe in the freedom and principles of the Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights will have to seriously consider, if not full secession and genuine independence then nullification of the further federal edicts that Biden or Harris will attempt to shove down our throats. (And this isn’t just because of the illegitimacy of their presidency given that they imposed a coup via a massive organized racketeering operation of fraud and vote tampering and fabricating.)

To get a good idea on the right and importance of nullification, I recommend Tom Woods’s book from 2010, Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century. Here it is at the Mises Institute store, and Amazon.

I have quoted before from this blog post by Tom Woods and will again, in his explanation of the relationship between the states and the federal government:

If you and I give a third person (call him Person C) a limited power of attorney to help govern our affairs, and that person oversteps the boundaries outlined in the contract we signed, who gets to decide if Person C is in violation of the contract? Is it Person C himself? Or is it you and I, the people who wrote and signed the limited power of attorney in the first place? Likewise, the states, as the principals to the constitutional compact, have a far better logical claim to be the judges of constitutionality than their agent, the federal government.

In Woods’s Liberty Classroom page on nullification, he writes:

1) The states preceded the Union.  The Declaration of Independence speaks of “free and independent states” that “have full power to levy war, conclude peace, contract alliances, establish commerce, and to do all other acts and things which independent states may of right do.” The British acknowledged the independence not of a single blob, but of individual states, which they proceeded to list one by one. Article II of the Articles of Confederation says the states “retain their sovereignty, freedom, and independence”; they must have enjoyed that sovereignty in the past in order for them to “retain” it in 1781 when the Articles were officially adopted.  The ratification of the Constitution was accomplished not by a single, national vote, but by the individual ratifications of the various states, each assembled in convention.

2) In the American system no government is sovereign.  The peoples of the states are the sovereigns.  It is they who apportion powers between themselves, their state governments, and the federal government.  In doing so they are not impairing their sovereignty in any way. To the contrary, they are exercising it.

3) Since the peoples of the states are the sovereigns, then when the federal government exercises a power of dubious constitutionality on a matter of great importance, it is they themselves who are the proper disputants, as they review whether their agent was intended to hold such a power.  No other arrangement makes sense.  No one asks his agent whether the agent has or should have such-and-such power.  In other words, the very nature of sovereignty, and of the American system itself, is such that the sovereigns must retain the power to restrain the agent they themselves created.  James Madison explains this clearly in the famous Virginia Report of 1800.

There is further information on that Nullification resource page. And Woods answers some of the objections to Nullification, such as the claims that it violates the Constitution’s supremacy clause, that it doesn’t appear in the Constitution, that the Supreme Court ruled against the idea, that it was used by the southern states to defend slavery, and other objections.

So of course people have the right to live their lives however they want, as long as they are peaceful. Given that the Declaration of Independence recognizes the unalienable right of each individual to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, then of course the people of the states have a right to nullify federal diktats.

For example, healthcare. As I wrote in my June of 2011 article on disobeying dictators,

Now, by “disobeying dictators,” I am not advocating violence, but only that people live their lives as they see fit, as long as they do not intrude on anyone else’s equal right to do the same with their lives. So there comes a time when civil disobedience is in order. By civil disobedience, I mean acting in defiance of government-imposed rules and dictates that have nothing to do with protecting life, liberty and property. This includes individual- or state-nullification of federal orders. I believe in the Non-Aggression Principle and oppose the use of aggression as an initiated means toward an end.

Like in the old Soviet Union, Obama’s government-controlled medical scheme will not only be harmful medically, but the increasing police state we are experiencing will be used to enforce the controls, and also will be used against individuals who show dissent from the government’s authoritarian dictates.

We The People don’t need all that, and we don’t want it. We want freedom and peace. (At least I do.)

Now, what would happen if doctor’s offices, hospitals, medical equipment manufacturers, drug and supplement makers, and insurers just decided to do their business with their consumers – honestly and peacefully, and without aggression or fraud – and totally ignore federal regulations, mandates, fees, licensure laws and other intrusions? Frankly, those intrusions’ only real purpose is to protect established physicians and businesses’ profits from prospective competitors and start-ups. (The medical establishment was already corrupt well before ObamaCare.)

The contracts involved in the relationships between doctors or other medical providers and patients, or between insurers and patients, are private contracts, and third parties such as government bureaucrats sticking their big noses into those private contracts are committing acts of criminality, of trespassing, in my opinion.

Acts of nullification are necessary for Americans to be better served in their medical needs. With freedom, the consumers would determine what is needed, not the government, and the producers would serve the consumers – quality of medical care would then rise and the prices would fall.

So I definitely recommend Tom Woods’s book on nullification, which people should send to their state legislators and even their U.S. congressmen and senators.

On the Amazon page it quotes “from the inside flap”:

Unconstitutional laws are pouring out of Washington…but we can stop them.

Just ask Thomas Jefferson. There is a “rightful remedy” to federal power grabs–it’s called Nullification.

In Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century, historian and New York Times bestselling author Thomas E. Woods, Jr. explains not only why nullification is the constitutional tool the Founders envisioned, but how it works–and has already been employed in cases ranging from upholding the First Amendment to knocking down slave laws before the Civil War. In Nullification, Woods shows:

* How the states were meant to be checks against federal tyranny–and how a growing roster of governors and state attorneys general are recognizing they need to become that again
* Why the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution reinforces the rights of states to nullify unconstitutional laws
* Why it was left to the states to uphold the simple principle that an unconstitutional law is no law at all
* Why, without nullification, ordinary Americans will continue to suffer the oppression of unjust, unconstitutional laws
* PLUS thorough documentation of how the Founding Fathers believed nullification could be applied

Nullification is not just a book–it could become a movement to restore the proper constitutional limits of the federal government. Powerful, provocative, and timely, Nullification is sure to stir debate and become a constitutional handbook for all liberty-loving Americans.

We already have a lot of federal bureaucracies and agencies which shouldn’t exist and should be abolished along with all of their regulations and fees and fines. None of them is authorized by the U.S. Constitution, and if they exist, then the people have a right to nullify them. Of course, it is helpful if such nullification is made official in state laws by the state legislatures.

The Covid Twilight Zone Continues

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo complains that NY sheriffs are saying they won’t enforce his fascist Covid restrictions, including ordering people to keep Thanksgiving gatherings to 10 people, keep face masks on and stay 6 feet apart. Cuoma says that law enforcement officers do not have the authority to pick and choose which laws to enforce.

However, are we really talking about laws? Laws that were actually written and passed by the legislature and signed into law by a governor? Or are we talking about unconstitutional authoritarian edicts imposed by a fascist, i.e. “executive orders”? I think it’s the latter. Law enforcement officers are there to enforce laws (although there are thousands of laws on the books that shouldn’t be enforced, because they themselves are unconstitutional, unjust laws — but that’s for a different discussion), but I don’t think the sheriffs are obligated to enforce a governor’s fascist unconstitutional “executive orders.”

This whole thing is absurd anyway, given that Covid is not serious for MOST of the people who have the virus. A majority of the people who have the virus have no symptoms and they are not sick. (And therefore they do not count as a “case,” so government bureaucrats who are scaring the public with their fear-mongering terrorism about increases in “cases” really need to STFU, in my view.) And most of those who do have symptoms have minor, mild flu-like symptoms and can stay home and take it easy while they get through it, just like the flu or a bad cold. But there is a tiny fraction of those who get the virus who have a harder time with it, mainly because they have serious preexisting conditions like obesity or are already fighting serious illnesses like heart disease or kidney disease. Most of the people who have been dying of this have been already very sick elderly people. Let’s protect them and leave the rest of the population alone.

On a lighter note, the governor of New Jersey, Phil Murky has been the target of people yelling at him with profanities at a restaurant while he was dining out. GOOD! Good for those hecklers!

I heard early this morning Frank Morano on the radio saying he disagreed with the yellers. He thought it was “disgusting.” Well, I disagree with him. If Gov. Murky wants to impose the same kinds of fascist edicts and authoritarian diktats as the aforementioned Cuoma and all the other “liberal” (sic) governors, then they deserve to be yelled at, harassed and more when out in public. Their impositions and restrictions have hurt and sickened millions and millions of people now (in some cases, killed), and it continues. They should be tarred and feathered, and frankly they should be arrested and charged with endangerment and other criminal charges, in their siccing the police on innocent people or fining people i.e. stealing from them, for not wearing an ineffective, useless mask or not staying 6 feet apart from others which is ABSURD!

Those governors of NY and NJ along with the New England states are all a part of the new Eastern Bloc now. Do they emulate the communist societies?

So this whole Twilight Zone better end soon. These people are destroying our society now, and not just economically but they are destroying people’s spirit and joy in life, and for NO GOOD REASON! Jon Rappoport says people need to just get back to their lives and live free. Perhaps some civil disobedience is in order, although it has been for a long, long time.

Biden = Obama 2.0: Warmonger, War Criminal, Anti-Civil Liberties, Anti-Due Process

If Joe Biden really is going to be inaugurated President on January 20th, first I don’t think he will last very long with that Alzheimer’s he obviously has. So, it will probably be a President Kommie-la Harris. And if Biden is President, it will be Obama 2.0, with all the warmongers Biden is taking from the Obama administration to be in top positions.

Daniel Larison updates us on Biden’s pick to be Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, who was Biden’s national security advisor when Biden was VP, and who was also the Deputy Secretary of State under Obomber.

(Blinken) stands by the false argument that Biden’s vote to authorize the invasion of Iraq was a “vote for tough diplomacy.” He was reportedly in favo of the Libyan intervention, which Biden opposed, and he was initially a defender and advocate for U.S. support for the Saudi coalition war on Yemen. In short, Blinken has agreed with some of the biggest foreign policy mistakes (of the Obama administration).

And more.

Winslow Wheeler and Pierre Sprey detail Biden’s pick for Secretary of Defense, Michele Flournoy, Obama’s “Under Secretary of Defense for Policy,” whatever that is, who is also not only a severe warmonger and militarist but one of those revolving door corporatist types.

Keep in mind Flournoy‘s extensive defense industry ties. In 2002 she went from positions in the Pentagon and the National Defense University to the mainstream but hawkish Center for Strategic and International Studies, which is largely funded by industry and Pentagon contributions. Five years later, she co-founded the second-most heavily contractor-funded think tank in Washington, the highly influential Center for a New American Security (CNAS). That became a stepping stone to her role as under secretary of defense for policy in the Obama administration. From there she rotated­­ to the Boston Consulting Group, after which the firm’s military contracts expanded from $1.6 million to $32 million in three years. She also joined the board of Booz Allen Hamilton, a consulting firm laden with defense contracts. In 2017 she co-founded WestExec Advisors, helping defense corporations market their products to the Pentagon and other agencies.

Though WestExec Advisors does not reveal its clients, Flournoy has stated, “Building bridges between Silicon Valley and the U.S. government is really, really important,” even a “labor of love.” WestExec is also careful not to designate Flournoy as a lobbyist, which could run afoul of Biden’s likely prohibitions against appointing “lobbyists” to senior positions. But a WestExec source did tell an interviewer, “We’ll tell you who to go talk to” and what to tell them. This simply circumvents the legalities; it is lobbying by remote control.

And Medea Benjamin and Nicolas Davies had an earlier article on Flournoy, asking, “Will Michele Fournoy be the angel of death for the American Empire?”

And then there is Avril Haines, Obama’s Deputy Director of CIA and Deputy National Security Advisor, who Biden wants to be his Director of National Intelligence (DNI), the position that James Clapper had. Remember him? The DNI is the one that all the other intelligence agency heads report to, including CIA director, FBI and NSA.

Here is what Wikipedia says about Avril Haines:

In 2015 Haines was tasked with determining whether CIA personnel involved in the hacking of the computers of Senate staffers who were authoring the Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA torture would be disciplined. Haines chose not to discipline them, overruling the CIA Inspector General. Subsequently, she was involved in the CIA project of redacting the Senate report for release….

During her years in Obama White House, Haines played a significant role working closely with John Brennan in determining administration policy on “targeted killings” by drones.

Not exactly “Miss Civil Liberties,” that’s for sure.

The New York Times and Washington Post described the Obama targeted drone strike killings, which Obama escalated after Bush, and which Trump has escalated many more times as Obama. Most of the drone strikes kill innocent people, not “terrorists.”

As I wrote in my article in November of 2012,

The program in question is the U.S. President’s assassinations of “terrorists,” or “terrorist supporters,” without due process, and without the President being required to present evidence against the accused.

So really we are talking about suspected terrorists. And worse, most of those who have been murdered overseas by Obama’s drone bombings have been innocent civilians and not actual terrorists [.pdf].

To cover themselves, as noted in the earlier NYT article, the Obama Administration has defined as “militants” (and thus worthy of a U.S. Presidential execution by drone) “all military-age males” who were unfortunate enough to find themselves in the wrong place at the wrong time.

You see, one reason the writers of the U.S Constitution included a Bill of Rights is to protect the right of all people to due process. That means that, if the government wants to accuse someone of something, such as terrorism, the government is morally, legally and constitutionally obligated to provide evidence against the accused. All people who are accused of something have a right to require the accuser to provide evidence.

But no, when the U.S. government draws up a “Kill List” for those designated foreigners (and Americans too now, as of the Obama administration), and then fires drone strikes at the named individuals, without any due process, without providing evidence against the accused, without a trial, then the government is acting criminally.

What? You didn’t know about the Obama “Kill List”? (I assume Trump has been doing the same thing.)

As I wrote in my aforementioned article,

However, while the Times, the Post and many amongst the MSM act as spokesmen for the Obama Administration’s drone-murder program, there are nevertheless many people who still don’t know about them, about Obama’s “kill list” and Obama’s NDAA provision of indefinite detention of Americans, and so forth. In this video, an interviewer talks to Obama supporters who can’t believe that those policies are Obama’s. And in this video, the same ignorance is shown by a sitting U.S. Congresswoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

And in this video, former Homeland Security Sec. Tom Ridge exemplifies many Americans’ cluelessness about the Obama “kill list,” and their lack of understanding of the meaning of a government program that administers death arbitrarily without any legality or due process.

So, with the militarist warmonger ladies mentioned above in a new Biden administration, it looks like we will see more U.S. government war crimes with drone strikes, foreign invasions and occupations, and provocations of foreigners. Trump hasn’t really deescalated all that, quite frankly.

After Biden’s two weeks tops, President Kommie-la will continue the same anti-civil liberties, anti-due process policies as Bush, Obama, Trump and probably Biden, given Kommie-la’s record as a vicious prosecutor in California.

More News and Commentary

Brandon Smith: Get Ready For Chaos Regardless Of Who Ends Up In The White House.

Ron Paul: Powerful Presidents Are Incompatible with Liberty

Becky Akers: Deliciously Defying Dictators

Thomas Knapp: Why I’m Not Worried About the Biden/Harris “Gun Control” Talk.

Jon Rappoport: Vote Fraud: the News Networks Are the Berlin Wall, the Iron Curtain, the Great Wall of China (Except the Wall Is Only an Inch Thick).

Joseph Mercola: More Than 80% of COVID Patients Are Vitamin D Deficient

Joel Hirschhorn: Fauci versus Frontline Doctors and Science: Pandemic Malpractice.

Andrew Napolitano: Do We Still Have a Constitution?

Dave DeCamp: Trump’s Pentagon Shake-Up Could Lead to Troop Withdrawals.

Kevin Gosztola: Julian Assange Legal Team Submits Closing Argument Against Extradition to U.S.

Jacob Hornberger: Trump Should Now Pardon Snowden and Assange.

Glenn Greenwald: Obama Official Ben Rhodes Admits Biden Camp is Already Working With Foreign Leaders: Exactly What Flynn Did.

Breitbart: Biden Proposes Hiring at Least 100,000 “Culturally Competent” Contact Tracers.

Newsweek: Maria Bartiromo Amasses Over 700K Followers on Parler After Leaving Twitter Over Accusations of Censorship.

Christian Post: Nearly Half of Gen Z Americans View Socialism Favorably: Survey.

Kerry McDonald: Public School Enrollment Plummets as Private Schools See Gains.

Laurence Vance: Does the Military Defend Our First Amendment Freedoms?

Whitney Webb: Suspect AI Software Verified Mail-In Ballots With Little Human Oversight in Key Battleground States.

Big League Politics: Brave Poll Worker Goes Public about Ballot Irregularities in Detroit in Affidavit, and Supposed Stop the Steal Organizer Ali Akbar Is A Convicted Fraudster, Accused of Plotting Voter Fraud as McCain Operative in 2008.

Frank Shostak: How Easy Money Creates the Boom-Bust Cycle.

Tate Fegley: Want to Reduce the Trade Deficit? Cut Government Spending.

Wired: Schools Adopt Face Recognition in the Name of Fighting Covid.

Doug Bandow: Foreign Crises Will Beset President Joe Biden on January 20, 2021: But Most of Them Won’t Require America’s Attention.

Robert Wenzel: The Economic Ignorance of a Top Joe Biden COVID-19 Adviser

And Gateway Pundit: Michigan AG Dana Nessel Sends Cease and Desist Order to Journalist Demanding He Erase His #DetroitLeaks Video Showing Voter Fraud Training — OR FACE CRIMINAL PROSECUTION. (It appears the article in question by Big League Politics was taken down, here it is on the Wayback Machine, and the voter fraud training session audio link from that page is actually still there.)

Against Judge Amy Coney Barrett

In her testimony to be confirmed the next U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Judge Amy Coney Barrett said she doesn’t have an “agenda,” and will judge cases based on the “law.”

Well, there are thousands and thousands of “laws” on the books that are unjust or bad laws, and they shouldn’t exist. I want judges who come to the side of the individual, who come to the side of whoever’s life the enforcement of such bad laws is criminally violating.

And of course that applies to unlawful, unconstitutional executive orders such as orders without due process by fascist governors that businesses must shut down, people must stay inside, people may not gather in groups, or that people must wear useless, ineffective masks that cause oxygen deprivation, anxiety and other psychological issues.

So, regarding terrible, unjust “laws” and unconstitutional executive orders issued by fascist governors and mayors, Judge Barrett sided with the other two schnooks in her three-judge panel of the 7th Circus approving Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s unconstitutional lockdown orders and limits on gatherings.

Judge Barrett sides with the government diktats here and opposes liberty, freedom of assembly, and due process. She also seems to go along with the official COVID narrative, a false narrative if there ever was one.

I want Supreme Court “Justices” who side with those who aren’t buying the official COVID narrative that the mainstream media morons have been propagandizing without question, just as we need those who aren’t buying the official 9/11 narrative or any other official narrative. People who understand that government bureaucrats are inherently liars and shouldn’t be believed.

Speaking of useless, ineffective masks, a recent CDC study found that 71% of patients testing positive for COVID-19 had “always” worn the masks, and 14% of the infected wore them “often.” Does Judge Barrett know this? (Probably not. She probably relies on mainstream “news” media for “news” while the real news gets further censored by Fakebook and Twitter. But I digress.

As Chuck Baldwin noted, based on her previous opinions it looks like Judge Barrett will rubber-stamp the COVID police state and forced vaccines, and probably the surveillance state as well, i.e. obediently rubber-stamping the government against our rights and civil liberties. Because gullible Amy is a typical “good citizen” who believes what the government and its bureaucrats tell us, as repeated by the mainstream media morons.

They’re mostly the same, these statists, and their decisions can be predictable. (As I wrote in December of 2018 regarding the swamp creature AG Bill Barr, there will not be any indictments of Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Yates, McCabe, etc., at least I am not holding my breath. And it looks like I was right.)

What we really need is to abolish the “Supreme” Court, i.e. Supreme Bureaucrats, because a society dependent on the word of 9 robed apparatchiks as far as whether people may or may not live their lives freely and unmolested by bureaucrats and their armed goons is a society of “sheeple.”

But, if we must have a U.S. “Supreme” Court, we would be better off if they erred on the side of the individual, and on the side of one’s rights as recognized by the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights, and on the side of one’s justly owned property.

Instead, we have apparatchiks who err on the side of the State, and who don’t want to “second guess” the wise judgment of the police, as well as the CIA, NSA and all those other agencies that are not authorized by the U.S. Constitution to begin with.

For example, if a case is a lawsuit by an individual against the CIA for violating the rights of the individual, I want the “Supreme” Court Justice to rule that the CIA was not even authorized by the Constitution in the first place, and that it be abolished. Throw the case out! (Of course, the obedient sheeple who are indoctrinated to believe that the “national security” bureaucrats in Washington have the interests of the people at heart would go nuts if their beloved CIA or NSA were let go.)

And also, in many cases it shouldn’t matter what the details of the case are. For instance, if there is a dispute between an individual and the IRS, it doesn’t matter what specific bureaucratic laws have been disobeyed by the individual serf, or the details of the case. The Justice should recognize the criminality of an agency demanding someone’s funds or earnings in the absence of a voluntary contract, or demanding one’s private, personal information such as one’s employment or compensation matters that are none of the government’s business. If the U.S. Constitution needs to be cited, then it doesn’t even matter if the dubious 16th Amendment authorizes an income theft and an IRS. The unconstitutionality of the IRS racket and its bureaucrats can be cited by the “Justice” by bringing up the Fourth and Fifth Amendments, and the Ninth Amendment as well.

And the “War on Drugs” needs to be “overturned” as well. The “Supreme” Court upheld the government police breaking into someone’s home, terrorizing the people there and arresting and abducting them, because the police smelled marijuana and/or heard the toilet flushing. An 8-1 decision with the “liberals” (except Ruth Bader Ginsburg) joining the majority of the authoritarian neanderthals. They’re useless.

All laws and government bureaucracies intruding into the people’s private decisions regarding what they ingest are unjust laws. Who owns your body? If you own your body then you decide and control what you may or may not, or will or will not, put into your own body. Prohibition laws violate your right of self-ownership. This also applies to forced vaccine mandates as well.

But if the government owns “your” body, then of course the government decides for you and controls what you may or may not put into “your” body as well as the government may inflict whatever “medicines” including vaccines (or whatever poisons it chooses to call “medicine”) into you, involuntarily.

What kind of “Supreme” Court Justice would approve of such a society, such a life of serfdom to live? That’s not the kind of “Justice” I would want on a “Supreme” Court.

Replace Judge Amy Coney Barrett as a nominee, who says she “has no agenda,” with someone who does have an agenda, one that protects the individual from the criminal intrusions of the rulers, bureaucrats and armed police.