WASHINGTON: How do we get the buffoons and oft-called fools in Washington who lie and steal in the name of doing the peoples’ business? Simple: We voted them in under the misguided guise of a right to vote. That’s correct. There is no constitutional right to vote. There is no right to vote.
Voting is not in the Constitution or the Bill of Rights
Neither the Constitution not the added Bill of Rights as originally written mention a right to vote. Anywhere, in any article on any page. Indeed, there is no “Constitutionally guaranteed” right to vote. This is because the Constitution “gives” no rights at all.
The Constitution is written to protect God-given rights.
Not until the fifteenth amendment is the language of a right to vote found
Passed by Congress on February 26, 1869, the 15th was ratified on February 3, 1870. The purpose of the 15th amendment is to grant African American men the right to vote.
Many feel the 15th was erroneously added as a dictum of government as it could not be a right from God. Did God give man the right to vote? I didn’t realize God was flexible regarding man’s lawful or unlawful conduct.
Juan Williams recently spoke of a fundamental right to vote during a discussion on Fox News.
“Voting is a Constitutional right. Absent any evidence of fraud, all Americans have a protected right to vote, be they rich or poor, black, Hispanic or white, people, who live in a big city or in remote rural areas.”
Williams says this as matter-of-fact as if Jefferson, Madison or even Hamilton had said it. However, none of the Founders said it because it wasn’t something they believed. Today it is sold as a fundamental right when it is, in fact, a hoax.
If it was such a precious right, it seems someone might have mentioned it, or at least someone would have noticed before 1866.
This sort of mentality is one reason why it may hold the so-called media in the same esteem as Congress.
One night Tucker Carlson was asked by Democrat Strategist Max Burns (43:22 on the video) if he agreed that the Constitution “gave us” a fundamental right to vote.
Carlson didn’t answer, mainly because the guest was avoiding Carlson’s original question. However, the guest insisted on inserting it as if it was a glorious right.
Republics don’t accept the “people” voting.
A Republic demands that we must have responsible people voting, or they have not a republic but a democracy. Ultimately they degenerate into ochlocracy—mob rule.
Of course, democracy is what everyone in Washington says we have, but it is not what we were intended to have.
On Fox and Friends. Ainsley Earhardt commented on Congress: that Congress was like children in the seventh grade when those running for class office promised longer recess and free candy. Whether or not she was prescient, or lucky, with her thought, she was right.
So, we have politicians who offer free money, school, health care, while at the same time we have lunatics like Bernie Sanders saying that time-serving rapists and murders should have the same “right to vote.”
Ainsley was almost right. Congress is a bunch of damn third-graders.