1447 Stephen Miller: "You are now living in a post-Constitution, post-truth era, where progressive Soros-backed prosecutors will decide for themselves who is free and who is not." (twitter.com) posted 69 days ago by icehole3 69 days ago by icehole3 +1448 / -1 69 comments share 69 comments share save hide report block hide replies
Excellent summation by Steve… I think it will take a new precedent of interventionism by higher courts to save people in these soros DA districts.
Probably right, but I’m not sure what can be done in the immediate term other than educating people to what is happening and getting involved to remove these DAs…. Focus and message being on public safety, violent crime, and politicization of position.
Also with the understanding that “elections” in many areas are gone, and that involvement in the process of ballot creation, counting, monitoring and processing is the only path forward at the moment.
If true, all I foresee are more dead enforcers.
They will do it solely for the purpose of establishing/forwarding precedent-- that power flows from the top down.
America was founded on the opposite idea. That power flows from the bottom up.
Ideally, the federal government should be abolished in its entirety, and a new government formed by a convention of states. But I would settle for a tax revolt, military tribunals, and public execution of traitor against the American People.
SCOTUS has surprisingly made some good rulings, but agreed, we can't get complacent about this. We need to be doing jail breaks.
First step is knowing who these people are
Second step is removing them
These faggots have been pissing down society's back and telling us it's climate change
And it's almost time to take the country back.
Long past due.
Username checks out.
Normies catching on?
Some - but many will never face the truth even if they have begun to suspect that their version of reality is all bullshit.
Even here, I see WAAAAAY to many half-pilled people. Just surprising they used a term "Post-Constitutional" that is usually thrown around places like here. I think hypernormalization is a real thing and I think we are deep into it... Probably will take decades before the final crash occurs.
You are far more optimistic than I am. I get the impression we are teetering on the precipice as we speak.
It will take very little to tip us over and based on what I've seen lately and in the recent past, once any semblance of order is removed - this country has been primed to turn on itself.
Look at it this way. Rome fell apart several times before finally being gobbled up by barbarians. The Soviet Unions economy was dead and buried by 1975. And yet in both cases, their nations slogged on for decades, or in the case of Rome, more than a century, before finally collapsing. Both Balkanized as well.
I think we are in that same phase. Where things are terrible but normies will go along with it and not really challenge the problems caused by the ruling regime. Hypernormalization is the term for this. I was recently educated about this concept and it fits us spot on. People accept the mediocrity and failure as normal. Thus it continues on far longer than one would imagine.
No doubt. However, I'm concerned that we don't truly have the actual scope of just how bad things are in full view. Much of it is being hidden from us. I get the impression we are much closer to the edge than most realize.
Either way, we have the dubious honor of finding out sooner or later...
Oh yeah thats def possible. The corruption no doubt has been well hidden for a while. Im sure its a TON deeper than most realized too. Most people think corruption and they think some politician taking kickbacks. Im betting literally trillions of dollars have been siphoned off by the ruling class over the last several decades.
Def coming. Just be prepared. Stock up on anything of value that will survive the collapse.
Ultimately I think we end up something akin to the Soviets. A breakup. Regions will probably go their own way.
OWG, One World Government.
It was announced before Congress before 1950 that they WILL have it whether by cooperation or by force, and there won't be anything we can do about it. That's their plan, and they (those who create our currency) play the long game. No guarantee they succeed, we only lose if we don't fight.
The breakup is already being openly discussed, considered, and litigated. I don't know that it can be avoided. And much like when Rome began to break up and then experience significant challenges to it's power, so shall we.
It's our turn to be heroes.
If just for one day.
Rome didn't have the WEF.
We don't have decades.
There is no political solution, and there is no advantage to waiting.
You can go all loan gunman if you want but I would advise against it...
In all fairness, I don't get the impression that is what is being called for here. There is an increasing pushback building against Federal Government overreach by certain states. The pressure on State and Local Governments to fall back in line with constitutional adherence needs to continue. Each individual state can then become a bulwark against the abject retardation we find in DC. Even better - entire blocks of states begin to coordinate their efforts and through asserting states rights further erode the competely unconstitutional actions of an out of control federal regime.
Loan gunman, kek!
We've been in a post-Constitution society since 1803, and it's been overt since 1860.
What happened in 1803 to make you say this?
Marbury vs Madison
Well I think this summary sucks:
Got a better one?
This one ends decisively:
What was done wrong?
Cornell law typically has the best versions of cases you can get. Before having access to the high priced subscription services law schools provide, and now that I no longer have access to them, Cornell was always my first stop.
But the basic rundown is this. Marbury v Madison was an employment controversy case where John Adams appointed a judge during his lame duck session before Jefferson took over and Jefferson refused to delivery the appointment papers (Marbury being the judge and James Madison being Secretary of State). Marbury asked SCOTUS to force Madison to deliver the papers, the court said, "We don't have the power," but Chief Justice John Marshall also said that "Oh, btw, we (SCOTUS) have the ultimate say in whether something is constitutional."
Not only was that not a question before the court, but it was also blatantly anti-constitutional. The system was supposed to be that if one branch violated the constitution, the other two branches would overrule them, and the states, ultimately, would overrule the federal government when the three branches agreed on something unconstitutional.
Before 1803, Article 3 was the law of the land. After 1803, Judicial Review was the law of the land, and the courts had the unilateral power to rewrite the constitution as they saw fit.
This was 20 years after the Constitution was ratified, and armed revolution was required to keep what had been created. Right on schedule according to what our founding fathers predicted.
There have been some surprisingly good SCOTUS rulings recently, any chance this evil is going to be corrected?
Marbury v madison will never be corrected. It's the foundation that the entire system of judicial fiat relies on. Asking the court to overrule it would be as effective to ask Biden to resign because he's destroying the country. You'd need a convention of states and a new constitutional amendment to correct it at this point.
We have no political solution. We need to all agree that restoring the US Constitution to its proper place as the highest law of the land is our best bet, because we aren't about to create something better. Obviously this issue is an important part of that ...
I am so glad Steve remained loyal he has always been a favorite
Steven Miller 2028
There needs to be a call to action on the back end of such a statement.
That dude obliterates any time he is on. If I were Trump he'd be my top advisor. Ruthless motherfucker.
Obama weaponized the fucking IRS and nothing really happened. We have had violence perpetrated on us by the United States government many times over during my short time on this planet.
We are slaves. Slavery is a choice.
Somehow we gave prosecutors all the power in the judicial system and we're wondering how this is happening.
Time to leak the dirt each of these Soros DAs have on the Clinton's
A couple Tucker's guests were blunt and honest last night. Glad to see that at least some mainstream viewers are getting some dose of reality at least.
Depends on how you stand up for yourself.
I keep on asking: WHERE IS CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN ROBERTS OR THE REST OF THEM ?
What is the reason they are keeping silent? Do we have no rights or even the expectations that those self-canonized saints have a duty to explain themselves to us?
I love Miller!
Pentagon moves to block cooperation with The Hague; uh oh.
John Greenblatt’s alter ego is pretty based.
Don't go to court. Treat it like a Turkish prison.
Folks on the left need to go to prison to remind them what the fucking law is.
Imagine following a system where they rule.
Imagine ordering the USA military to kill Globalists like Soros, with extreme prejudice?
If that's Stephen Miller then I... am... outta here.
Wait... I haven't been following the nitty gritty details because I just assumed it was all complete BS (and it is), but I thought the argument was that he did use campaign finances to pay of Stormy, and obfuscated it, not that he should have used campaign funds and didn't...
Is that really their argument? This shit makes even less sense than before!
Fuck this faggot Stephen Miller and everyone who thinks like him. You can't just cry post-Constitution world when we aren't there yet. You give up the game before it's even began. Trump didn't win twice because we're in a post-Constitution world and to pretend it was all Soros points us in the wrong direction. The Constitution is the entire reason we do this in the first place. Completely misses the point and gives us worthless doomsaying. Either say something actionable or get out of the way.
President Trump won twice because of Miller and people like him.
Ignoring facts leads to nowhere.
You state yourself that Trump won twice - everyone here agrees.
However - the post-constitutional aspect of the discussion rears it's ugly head when you also acknowledge that despite winning twice, he isn't the one in the White House now.
The actions taken to prevent him from continuing on into his second term is precisely why it is 100% accurate to describe our current times as post-constitutional.
This is made even more apparent when you consider the multitude of other concerns we discuss here daily.
Acknowledging this isn't doomsaying - it's facing reality. And it is unlikely that others will fully internalize the harsh facts of where we are headed until people are willing to speak these words out loud.
Having said that - I absolutely agree that there needs to be a declaration of what should be done about the total subversion of our Constitutional Republic. The current path we are on is wholly incompatible with individual freedom and any semblance of civic order and justice.
You're more patient with that absolute retard than I would have been - bravo!