Am I the only one who sees the incredible irony of Mitch McConnell denouncing Donald Trump for radically proposing what McConnell and other present-day politicians routinely practice; namely, the suspension of our Constitution? This past Saturday, Donald Trump asserted that our Founding Fathers never intended for the Constitution to be used to safeguard fraudulent elections. Therefore, in light of the collusion of Big Tech, the mainstream media, the FBI, and the Democratic Party's interference in the 2020 presidential election, Trump called for the suspension of our Constitution, in order to overturn the results of the election. I suppose, in Trump's mind, if we allow a fraudulent election to stand on the grounds of the Constitution, then, the voices and votes of the American people have been forfeited and our representative republic becomes imperiled by the constitutional safeguarding of fraudulent elections.
Whether you agree with Trump or not, the irony of him being denounced by Mitch McConnell and other present-day politicians for audaciously proposing what they actually practice is the height of hypocrisy. For instance, they wantonly suspended our Constitution during the COVID-19 pandemic, when they suspended our constitutional rights and freedoms, put us all under house arrest, lockdown our economy, and shutdown our businesses, workplaces, schools, and churches. Furthermore, they suspended our constitutional right to informed consent, bodily autonomy, and religious liberty by mandating vaccines, which resulted in religious and conscientious objectors losing their education, their employment, their careers, and their livelihoods.
In a million and one ways, Mitch McConnell and his Constitution suspending cohorts are trampling on our constitutional rights and freedoms today. Unbelievably, they are doing it under the cover of the Constitution itself; that is, they are prohibiting us from practicing our constitutional rights and privileges under the ploy that they are doing so to protect and preserve our Constitution.
Consider a couple of excellent examples of the conniving subterfuge of these political snakes in the grass. First, they deny unborn children their constitutionally guaranteed right to life by declaring a woman’s concocted “right to choose” as an overriding constitutional right, despite the fact that it is nowhere to be found in our Constitution. Second, they deny Bible believing Christians their constitutionally guaranteed right to freedom of speech and religious liberty by declaring homosexuals’ concocted “right to same-sex marriage” as an overriding constitutional right, despite the fact that it too is nowhere to be found in our Constitution.
Over and over again, today’s corrupt politicians conceal government corruption under the cover of our Constitution. For instance, under the guise of the constitutionally guaranteed freedom of the press, they permit the press to spread propaganda, in hopes of indoctrinating the public rather than informing it. As has just been proven, by Elon Musk’s dumping of “Twittergate” files, our media, both mainstream and social, colluded with the Democratic Party to not only suppress the Trump vote in the 2020 presidential election, but also to sway the election for Joe Biden. However, if one suggest that there should be a remedy for such apparent election criminality, he or she, just like Donald Trump, will be roundly and readily condemned by today’s Constitution trampling press and politicians as an egregious enemy to our Constitution and a fiendish foe to both our free elections and free press.
When our constitutional rights and freedoms are being canceled under the cover of the Constitution, and our Constitution is being welded as a weapon against anyone questioning a questionable election, a propagandizing press, or a constitutional rights revoking political regime, it’s time to ask ourselves how much longer our constitutional republic can endure. Although James McHenry’s account has come into question, he did record in his journal that on the last day of the Constitutional Convention, a woman asked Benjamin Franklin, “Well Doctor what have we got a republic or a monarchy?” Franklin, according to McHenry, responded, “A republic if you can keep it.” If you ask me, we’re now in grave danger of losing it, but not so much over Donald Trump's recklessly proposed suspension of our Constitution, but more over politicians, like Mitch McConnell's, routine perpetration of it.