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Dems want to make Jan. 6th another Pearl Harbor
If the Democratic Party, now in power, gets their way, January 6th will become a day to be remembered like December 7th and September 11th or July 4th. Just in case you have forgotten January 6th of last year is when a crowd of violent protesters stormed the United States Capitol building in Washington D.C.
It would have made a better impact if those people would have stayed on the street and peacefully demonstrated, but instead they broke into the capitol and people got hurt and our great symbol of freedom was damaged.
Catherine Mortensen of Americans for Limited Government wrote the following a few days before the January 6th anniversary. “As we approach the one-year anniversary of the January 6 Capitol breach, Democrat leaders in Congress are ginning up hysteria in order to pass a bill that would transform our elections and give Democrats permanent majorities in all three branches of government. In addition, Democrats faux outrage deflects to the root causes of the breach which include four years of multiple attempts by Democrats to overturn the 2016 election results, loose election laws, and lax Capitol security.”
Mortensen and others agree that the Democrats want permanent majorities to keep control of the federal government and do away with the two party system where give and take by both parties make for a livable society.
If you have studied history you might remember that on January 30, 1933, is when Hitler came to power in Germany and the first thing that he did was ban all political parties except the Nazi Party known as the National Socialism Party. I don’t want to compare the Democratic Party to the Nazi party, and I would feel the same way if the Republicans were attempting to create a one party system. According to Lord Acton, a British historian of the late nineteenth century, “Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely,” and that’s why we are better off with two parties to balance things out.
I watched the evening news of January 6th and was not very impressed with the interview of Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, by Lester Holt. Of course it was on the first anniversary of the Capitol breach, and all the conservation was about that and how Pelosi felt. She indicated that our “Democracy was on the line,” and blamed former President Trump for the breach.
Holtz however missed the opportunity to question Pelosi about her breach of the Constitution on February 4, 2020 when she tore up President Trump’s State of the Union message. It clearly states in Section 3 of Article 2 of the Constitution that the president “shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, and recommend to their Consideration such Measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient.”
My question would have been how could she direct the house to act on any recommendations that the president had in his State of the Union, as she had destroyed the official copy from the President to the Congress.
An act by another elected official that I would like you to know about, is what is going on with our Governor, Tony Evers? Last month he gave pardons to 30 more people. He has now pardoned a total of 337 people over the three years that he has been our governor.
According to a story posted by Fox6 News, “Evers has now passed the nearly 300 pardons that former Democratic Governor Jim Doyle issued over eight years in office. Most of the Pardons Evers issued involved low-level drug offenses and offenses including fraud, fleeing an officer, theft and a home invasion.”
How does Evers’ record of pardons compare to former governors of Wisconsin. Tommy Thompson and Scott McCallum issued 262 pardons in the 16 years they led the state. Republican Governor Scott Walker didn’t issue a single pardon during his eight years in office before being defeated by Evers.
Thanks for reading! ~Carlton