Oath Keepers to the rescue? I think not here.Submitted by Chessienut on Mon, 02/25/2013 - 13:42
Our government, and particularly our courts, rely upon brute force to cow the populace into accepting their morally bankrupt system and decisions. Every day the armed sheriffs of this country acquiesce to the tyranny of our court system by sitting at the beck and whim of prosecutors and judges who routinely violate individuals' Constitutional rights, the Fifth Amendment in particular.
Ask any sheriff, even those who have signed into OathKeepers, what they would do in a courtroom if an individual defied a judge by declaring he would not obey a judge's unconstitutional order, or participate in a farcical proceeding. Raise a judge's ire and you will quickly and very forcefully see that the sheriff's deputies are much more concerned with keeping their jobs than they are about your Constitutional rights. They would not care even if the court claimed a duck was a cat and ordered you to accept their definition, which is how they control the masses. This fairy tale about the nations sheriffs riding to the rescue over unconstitutional gun control doesn't pan out when we view the past violations of our Constitution that they have and continue to participate in.
Think you have a right to remain silent? Just be accused of drinking and driving by a cop who you had reprimanded by his superiors a few months earlier. You will be taken by force to a disgustingly filthy drunk tank where the employees' sole job is to test individuals for alcoholic content of blood and where they rely upon you being guilty to fund their enterprise. If you refuse to allow an invasive procedure, by an individual with dubious skills but with obvious intent, you are subject to the most draconian punishments they can mete out.
I'm currently undergoing such an experience and absolutely refused to comply. The cop took me to a drunk tank in a hospital where just 5 months before my wife of 26 years contracted MRSA which cost her her life. Will that be admissible in court? Of course not. Will the fact that I requested a licensed physician be present, causing me to be ridiculed and verbally as well as profanely abused be allowed into evidence? Of course not. And all will be enforced by the armed guards present in the court room that every body is so excited about joining our cause. They've already proceeded too far down the slippery slope to ever be trusted or relied upon.
BTW we recently had two county judges tossed in the slammer for illegally locking up over four thousand juveniles in facilities they had large financial stakes in. The sheriffs did absolutely nothing while this was occurring other than to facilitate the judges scheme by being their strong arm. We no longer even have the right to elect the sheriff in this county, he’s appointed by the home rule committee.
And to anyone who has bought into the "driving is a privilege" nonsense the state utilizes to circumvent the Constitution, once Obama released massive amounts of dollars from the general fund for his economic stimulus, the benefits of such fundings are available equally to all without requiring us to surrender any Constitutional protections.
I've participated in paving an interstate highway with funding totally done by the stimulus package, tell me, will the courts interpret the "privilege" definition as just I'm not allowed to drive yet I am receiving the benefits of the roadway in some manner or other? Talk about ramming a camel through the eye of a needle, but I fully expect a decision along those fantastic lines. We'll see on March 22, the outcome is in doubt but the participation of the armed thugs to allow and most likely guarantee an unconstitutional outcome is ensured.