Double Jeopardy? Tripple Jeopardy? How far will the courts go to get their way?

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In a federal detention hearing today, for 2 defendants in the Las Vegas Federal court, lead prosecutor Steven Myhre nearly had a mental breakdown. He began shaking and lost it in a childish, unprofessional way, directing accusations at two defendants who were found not guilty on the majority of charges by jurors, just the day before.

He uncontrollably and angrily accused defendant Eric Parker of being a coward multiple times, and referred to him even as "a slithering coward with a gun," going on to bring up a shirt he and others had worn the evening before with the words Jury Nullification - No Victim No Crime. He desperately begged the judge to not release these two defendants, Eric Parker and Scott Drexler.

Myhre even stooped so low as to say that Drexler should not be allowed pretrial release pending a third jury trial because of Drexler having camping gear and food in his truck!Stating that he could be at flight risk because he's a survivalist.

Judge Gloria Navarro, facing impeachment accusations because of her biased actions in the past two trials of these same defendants, seems to be losing steam and control of her own courtroom. She's losing it so bad that she even went as far as accusing one of the defendants, Drexler, of giving her the evil eye multiple times during the trial, calling him disobedient and like a child.

This has become far from a fair trial. A court that has traded the kangaroo in for the book on Nazism.

Let's just state a few reasons why this judge should at least recluse herself from the case:

#1. Her husband is Clark County prosecutor, Brian Rutledge. Conflict of interest because of his involvement with Harry Reid and the land grabs throughout Clark County.

#2. Judge Navarro's involvement with the Hage family, in another land grab of a Rancher's grazing rights involving the BLM.

#3. How can she be fair when she has already handed out sentencing to at least two other defendants, Greg Burleson 68 years, and Jerry DeLemus 8 years, in the same case?"

- john lamb

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If you believe that this atrocity that the courts are doing is wrong, and the levels that they are going thru is way too much then consider signing this petition to impeach judge Navarro. 

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/impeach-judge-gloria-m-navarro

 




Patrick Henry and a few of his famous quotes

Patrick Henry, one of the founding fathers of the United States was a man that has some amazing quotes and has written some very powerful writings.
One of his quotes

"The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government - lest it come to dominate our lives and interests."

A lot of people will use the term "I have the constitutional rights" or "they have the constitutional right to..". Technically that is false, nobody has a constitutional right to anything. The constitution was put in place not do define what the rights of the people have,but what the Government cannot do. Government uses delegated power, and that power comes from the people. Government just does not invent what it can and cannot do, the power had to come from somewhere.
By reading the federalist and the anti-federalist papers, this becomes very evident. As Thomas Jefferson said "I consider the foundation of the Constitution as laid on this ground: That "all powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States or to the people." [X Amendment] To take a single step beyond the boundaries thus specifically drawn around the powers of Congress, is to take possession of a boundless field of power, no longer susceptible of any definition."

I know the title of this post says Patrick Henry and his quotes, and yet I quoted Thomas Jefferson, it helps illustrates the point that Patrick Henry makes.
Another really good quote that he has is "I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, and that is the lamp of experience. I know of no way of judging the future but by the past." What this quote is saying is that history always repeats itself. If you want to see what the future holds, just look into the past as governments and people will keep making the same mistakes that past generations had made. As Edmund Burke wrote "Those who don't know history are doomed to repeat it."




The electoral college and why it matters

There are still a lot of people calling for the Electoral college to be removed because their candidate did not win, although they won the popular vote. The electoral college was put in place for a reason, it was put in place to protect this country from pure democracy. The United States is NOT a democracy, no matter who says what, it is a constitutional republic. If this country was a democracy, then the majority would always win, and the minority would always lose. Rosa parks would still be at the back of the bus in a democracy.

The electoral college protects all the rest of the states, allowing them to have a voice in the election. If popular vote alone was the deciding factor, then the president would be selected by the results of maybe 3 or 4 states. This is like saying that the team that wins the superbowl is not decided by how many points they score, but by how many fans show up. Who in their right mind would want the results of that to be decided by how popular one single team was?




Constitutional Amendments

There are a few constitutional amendments that should be repealed because they are bad and they take away the original intent of the constitution. The 17th amendment is one that should be repealed. The 17th amendment states that you can vote for the senators in your state. Prior to that you only voted for the House members, and the state Legislators appointed the Senators. That was a natural check and balance for term limits. The senators were supposed to represent the states and the will of the states an the House of representatives was supposed to represent the people and the will of the people. If the senators were not doing their job, the legislators could recall them and appoint new ones. The people were never supposed to directly appoint the senators.

The other one that should be repealed is the 16th amendment, this is the one that made the lovely income tax. Prior to the 16th amendment the states paid "taxes" if you will to the federal government based upon the census, the more people they more they paid and this is how the federal government operated. The people were never intended to pay for the federal government twice or even more than they currently do.

The 12th amendment is an amendment that exists, but is never followed and should be. Look that one up. According to that amendment the President is never supposed to pick their running mate. The vice president is supposed to be voted upon just like the president is, but this was no longer followed due to FDR.