Does it rankle you as much as it does me when you hear others refer to those jamokes in Congress as our “leaders”? Excuse me? When did the man or woman I voted for (or not) become my elected “leader”?
Anyway, that’s not why I’m writing this post. I am writing this post to point out the danger inherent in a bill the House passed today and the Senate will be voting on tomorrow.
It’s Senate #1867, the provision that further cements the illegal authority of the federales to scoop any of us off the street or out of the sanctity of our homes and detain us indefinitely without due process (trial) if they think we have committed a “belligerant act” until the “end of hostilities”. Really? The measure violates our Constitutional rights under 5th and 5th Constitution to due process and a fair and speedy trial by a jury of our peers.
On tonight’s radio show, I played this clip of Glenn Beck’s interview with Sen. Mike Lee (R) of Utah who expressed his deep concerns about it.
After the show, I came across this segment of Judge Andrew Napolitano’s Freedom Watch program in which he talked about it with Sheriff Richard Mack of the Oathkeepers.
The Senate votes on this tomorrow. What are you gonna do about it???