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200 Members Join Lawsuit Against Biden’s Unconstitutional Mandates – One Question, Where Are The Articles of Impeachment?

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“Where are the articles of Impeachment?”

Politicians have been playing games with the American people for the decades that I have been awake and yet, they do nothing to those that transgress the law on a daily basis (Amos 5:7).

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How long will the people suffer these abuses? Well, you might say, “But Bradlee, your headline states that Congress is joining in on the lawsuit to take treasonous and disgraceful Joe Biden to task.”

Well then, we have known Joe Biden has committed, and is continuously committing, treason against the American people. This alone is an impeachable offense (Luke 22:48; Article III, Section 3 U.S. Constitution).

We heard of Joe Biden’s treason over and over again from that of Donald Trump, who failed to prosecute him (Proverbs 17:15).

This is not how you make America great again.

We have had federal judges and state supreme court judges educate many of us that the entirety of these unconstitutional edicts coming from Joe Biden, governors of states, mayors of cities, the CDC, the WHO, the NIH and others (Psalm 94:20).

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Yet, not one member of Congress has drawn up the articles of impeachment against Joe Biden (Proverbs 28:5).

The New American reported: “Nearly 200 Members of Congress Join Lawsuit Against Biden’s OSHA Virus Mandates, Declaring Them Unconstitutional.”

More than 180 members of Congress filed a friendly brief to the Supreme Court on Thursday as the high court prepares to hear arguments against the Biden administration’s virus mandates issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). What’s reassuring is that so many members not only understand that the Constitution is the final bulwark against tyranny, but that they were willing to say so publicly by signing onto that brief.

At issue is one of the primary guards against tyranny: the separation of powers. The founders determined that powers granted to the federal government by the Constitution should not only be limited, but that those limited powers should be separated into three parts: the legislative, the executive, and the judicial. By competing against one another the chances of government overreaching its authority would be greatly reduced.

From the brief:

The separation of powers has long been known to be a defense against tyranny…. And so [quoting a previous Supreme Court ruling] it “remains a basic principle of our constitutional scheme that one branch of the Government may not intrude upon the central prerogatives of another.”

The brief quoted from another Supreme Court ruling from 1983: “The principle of separation of powers was not simply an abstract generalization in the minds of the Framers: it was woven into the documents that they drafted in Philadelphia in the summer of 1787.”

From another high court decision, the brief said: “To the Framers, the separation of powers and checks and balances were more than just theories. They were practical and real protections for individual liberty in the new Constitution.”

When Congress passed the legislation creating OSHA, which was signed into law by then-President Richard Nixon in 1970, it violated that doctrine. In 1989 the high court ruled (Mistretta v. United States) that Congress could violate the Constitution as long as it placed restrictions and limitations on those powers it delegated to federal agencies. Justice Anton Scalia dissented, but he was in the minority.

In conclusion: Americans must come to terms with the fact that this is not a game. These criminals must be brought to justice (Isaiah 51:4), in which guards our liberties. If they are not brought to justice, all will be lost!

Where are the Articles of Impeachment? And then follows prosecution! (Article II, Section 4; Article I, Section 3, Clause 7).

Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media. Article by Bradlee Dean.


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