24 December, 2020

About Vote Fraud and the U.S. Military Men

Posted by Socrates in election fraud, elections, military, military oath, Socrates, vote fraud, voting at 12:53 pm | Permanent Link

If you steal a national election, at the very least, you’ve nullified, and therefore violated, the Twelfth Amendment. Nobody can implement the voting rules found in the 12th Amendment if there is election fraud [1].

On that note, as one guy said online, all U.S. military men take an oath “to defend America against all enemies foreign and domestic.” That oath does not expire. (Actually, the oath is: “to defend the U.S. Constitution against all enemies…”). A minor quibble.

Right now, there are about 800 people out there in America who are indeed “domestic enemies of America.” They stole the 2020 election. Where are our military men now? I don’t see them opposing the vote fraudsters in any way. They are violating their oaths.


[1] “The Twelfth Amendment to the United States Constitution provides the procedure for electing the president and vice president.” — Wikipedia, Dec. 2020

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