Grover Norquist, Enemy of the State? | Alternet
It's as I have explained before. Grover Norquist does not have the right to set law in the United States. Furthermore, it is against the law for any American citizen to have as being more important any agenda, public or private than the Constitution of the United States or their duty to protect and defend the Constitution with their life. That is the law of the United States.
Grover Norquist is in fact attempting to subvert the Constitution as I said before, by virtue of the fact that he is forcing members of Congress to in fact forsake their oath of office in order to pledge allegiance to and swear to defend a private monetary agreement in the framework of the tax pledge.
Furthermore, this is of course causing members of Congress who have signed that tax pledge to be practicing legally the condition known as nonfeasance. Not to mention the fact that every member of Congress who in fact has supported or is supporting that agreement is in fact violating their legal duty to have their oath of office to protect and defend the Constitution as being more important than any other agenda. And we know that is not true because certain members of Congress are putting more importance on this agenda which is a nonconstitutional measure and a non-legal measure and a non-binding measure than they are with their constitutional legal duty to protect and defend the Constitution.
Furthermore, by virtue of the fact that the members of Congress are not able to guarantee that every aspect of their constituencies is in support of that tax pledge, by virtue of the fact that the records with the board of elections and the US Census Bureau firmly certify that not every member of any of the members of Congress who are supporting this tax pledge actually supports. Those members of Congress. Meaning that there are members of every single member of Congress who has supported the tax pledge in their constituencies who did not vote for those members of Congress and who are not supporting that tax pledge.
And that means any member of Congress who is supporting the tax pledge more than their duty to protect and defend the Constitution is guilty under constitutional law of the felony of not providing adequate representation for their constituents equally under the law as prescribed by constitutional law.
This of course raises the condition known as no taxation without representation.
But there are numbers of members in every constituency of all of the members of Congress who have supported and you are supporting this tax pledge who do not support the tax pledge and you are not getting adequate representation. Because members of Congress are supporting the tax pledge instead of representing the constituencies equally as they required to do by federal law.
These conditions are, of course, setting up the federal condition known as seditious behavior. And it is important to understand that Congressman Traficant was found guilty by the Republican Party and the court system in the United States for doing this exact same thing. He compromised his oath of office in favor of supporting and defending a private monetary agreement and this resulted in traffic and being found guilty of federal crimes and sent to prison.
So why is it that Grover Norquist and the members of Congress who are doing exactly the same thing is Congressman Traficant. Meaning they are committing the same crime. And yet no one is either accusing them or demanding that the same federal penalties be applied to them that were applied to Congressman Traficant.
And that of course means that the members of Congress who are supporting this tax pledge are in fact violating constitutional law once again because they are setting themselves up above the people and above Congressman Traficant which they are not allowed to do under constitutional law.
So the end result is very clear. I'm calling on all like-minded American citizens in this country who believe in the Constitution as a rule of law and United States of America to contact the Department of Justice and demand an immediate investigation into Grover Norquist and every member of Congress who is supporting the tax pledge and who refuses to turn away from that tax pledge in order to do and to fulfill their duty as required of them by constitutional law. The Republican Party and the tea party have to understand that whether they like it or not. It is illegal for them to place more importance on a financial agreement. Then their duty to protect and defend the Constitution and by all evidence of their own free will actions. They are not doing that.
As I've said before, United States of America is a nation of laws. The law of this nation is the Constitution of these United States. Not any private economic agreement in the framework of this tax pledge, or in any other manner. The rule of law is the Constitution of these United States. If the Republican Party and the tea party can't put up and shut up and do their job as prescribed to them under constitutional law. Then they at the very least should be subject to investigation exactly the way they treated Congressman Traficant. Because all things are equal under the law, according to constitutional law. And in addition to that the members of Congress are not allowed under constitutional law and federal law to ever set themselves up above the people which is exactly what they are doing. By refusing to support and defend the Constitution as being more important than their private economic agreement that they have made with Grover Norquist, which is in the framework of a tax pledge.
And of course this shows very clearly that Grover Norquist and members of the Republican Party the tea party are actively engaged in an attempt to subvert the Constitution of the United States and to attack the American government and to steal from the American people. Because they are claiming that the tax pledge is more importance to them. Then their duty as prescribed by federal and constitutional law.
The members of Congress don't have that right. They serve at the discretion of the general public. We are their employers. And they have careful laws guiding their activity. The first being that they are required to fulfill their oath of office. They cannot do that when they are in fact supporting a private monetary agreement in the framework of this tax pledge rather than to support and defend the Constitution of these United States.
United States as I said, is a nation of laws. And the law. This country is the Constitution. And when United States is no longer based upon the Constitution United States won't be the United States anymore.
Contact the Department of Justice now and demand an immediate investigation into Grover Norquist, the Republican Party and the tea party pursuant to this private economic agreement in the framework of this tax pledge.