Our Country Is Being Stolen From Us
Here is a good explanation of what is at state in Congress’ response to the electoral fraud that stole a presidential election. We know the Democrats will do nothing as they value their power more than they value our country. In contrast, Republicans are willing to sacrifice their power in order to restore the normalcy of Establishment control by getting rid of Trump.
As most Americans are more emotional than thoughtful, few comprehend what is at stake. This article explains. If the Constitution is not followed, it means the end of the United States. Something will still be here, but it won’t be the United States.
What the Constitution REQUIRES Congress to do on January 6, 2021
By Publius Huldah
1. The Rule of Law is being erased in our Land.
Several years ago, I saw a movie on TV. The setting was Berlin, Germany just after WWII at the time the Soviets were laying rolls of barbed wire on the ground to mark the border between East and West Berlin. The main characters were a young American woman and a young German man. He had gotten a law degree while Hitler was taking over Germany; but he never practiced law. She asked him why and he said, “The Law disappeared”.
And that’s what’s going on in our Country: The Law – as the standard which those in government must obey – has disappeared and is being replaced by the age-old system where those with the power do what they want, and the cowards go along with it.
Just as the cowards in Germany went along with Hitler; cowards in America are going along with the Left’s brazen theft of the recent election. Countries are destroyed by such cowards; and that may be the reason Revelation 21:8 lists cowards as the first to be thrown into the Lake of Fire: Tyrants couldn’t get to first base without the acquiescence of cowards.
So this paper calls upon each Member of Congress to rise up and restore the Rule of Law to our Land.1 Knowledge of Truth – and the Love of Truth – make us strong. So learn the Truth, embrace it, and restore the Rule of Law.
6. Our Constitution sets up an elegant system of checks and balances
One of the benefits of the “separation of powers” Principle is that it provides a mechanism for one power to correct violations made by another power. Within the federal and State governments, powers are divided into three Branches: Legislative, Executive, and Judicial. Each Branch has the duty to “check” the violations of the other Branches.
Likewise, the power of the State governments is separated from the power of the federal government. When people within State governments violate the Constitution – as was done in the recent election – it is the Duty of the federal government to “check” the violation. Since Electors were chosen in violation of the Constitution; Congress has the Duty to check the violations and reject those Electors.