Beloved and Respected Leader, Allen West, Chairman of the Republican Party of Texas, gave an interview to a reporter at the Austin American-Statesman the same day the Amazing Politician correctly identified Texas Independence as a solution to the imminent downfall of the American republic.
You can read the full interview here. It’s easily one of the most annoying interviews I’ve read in my life. It’s what you’d expect to find in debates within the comments of facebook posts.
GEORGETOWN — The question, in my simple mind, seemed pretty simple. The answers were not.
I’m not sure if it matters if a duly elected chairman of the state Republican Party accepts the legitimacy of a duly elected president of the U.S. of A. But it does seem weird. Maybe unhealthy for democracy.
Ah yes, the oft noted “our democracy” of “our values.”
You know, like abortion.
Herman: “Are there any circumstances under which Joe Biden takes the oath of office where you will consider him the legitimate president?”
West says if all these alleged improprieties can be explained the he will accept Biden as President. But that’s wasn’t good enough. Watch how he berates.
Herman: “If the Supreme Court rejects that, will you consider Joe Biden legitimate president when he takes the oath on Jan. 20?”
Herman: “So if there is any lawsuit pending on Jan. 20 you will not (consider it rectified)?”
So this guy asks Allen West if he will bend the knee in an act of total humiliation, and accept Joe Biden as the legitimate President of the United States despite nobody being able to explain how the constitution wasn’t violated in these states other than to say “a judge said it’s fine that the constitution is suspended.” These devilish people want us to voluntarily agree to this situation, thus giving consent to what they have planned to do to us.
Herman doesn’t want to talk about the specifics of this situation, which you find on the Democrat side a lot these days. The entire strategy of the people supporting this coup is to say the court agrees with them.
It’s not an argument.
Ratman journalist continues to berate our Wise Leader, treating him like he’s a 5-year-old, which I thought was considered “racist” to do to black people in 2020.
Herman: “And what will it mean for you to not accept a sworn-in president as the president? How will that change what you do or what you believe? Will you not respect the actions of the president?”
West: “I will respect the Constitution.”
Herman: “Will you respect the actions of our president?”
West: “I will respect the Constitution, sir.”
Herman: “So you might not respect the actions of a duly sworn-in president of the United States?”
West: “If it is in violation of the Constitution of the United States of America, you have my answer.”
Herman: “Under your definition of it or under the courts’?
West (pulling out a pocket Constitution): “It’s under the definition of what it says right here. The thing that I carry.”
Herman: “Your interpretation of it?”
West: “It’s not my interpretation of it. If we have a Supreme Court that rules against the law, then I think we have greater problems than who am I choosing to support.”
Allen West, being the Brilliant Leader, handled this interview perfectly. He also alludes to a critical concept to understand— our constitution was designed so that normal people could figure out when it was being subverted or ignored.
You don’t need to be a judge to analyze the these things — your opinion is just as valid as Elana Kegan, Stephen Breyer, or the ghost of Ruth Bader Ginsberg.
This is the opposite of the “Ken Herman Doctrine” where he says “people like [West] are just people with an opinion. Unless they’re wearing the robes of the judiciary.”
Lie. That’s not rule “by the people.” That’s oligarchy.
You’ll never read about the American Founding Fathers saying something so absurd, that’s for sure.
In fact, when you read these Supreme Court decisions, what’s written at the top of them, Harmen?
Nevertheless, this notion has been pumped into school children’s heads for 50 years.
All this to say, it feels good to have Allen West running things.
The tone, the arrogance, and the bravado from the media in acting like there is no merit to the claim the constitution was violated, or that unexplained statistical anomalies occurred in the election results, is textbook psychological warfare.
Journalists have the time and resources to present a balanced and informed view of both sides in these matters. Current Revolt has done this. In fact, we’ve looked at the opinions from the the supreme courts of these states in cases relevant to the election. Many of these lawsuits were filed before the election alleging unconstitutional changes to their process.
The court opinions were incoherent, with “there’s a virus” being used as a blank check to do anything.
I’ll tell you this, none of your friends with fiery opinions on this situation have looked at these lawsuits or read the opinions in the decisions. They assume that the media would tell them if there was something there.
Basically, these people in the media, the judges, and 95% of politicians are rats.
Sure, sometimes they can dress up and pretend they’re not a rat.
You can tell yourself the rat is just trying to be himself, his own little rat-self.
They’ll try to act smart.
Some will appear to be truly wise.
Most can’t help be condescending.
To berate the Leader in this way and claim this illegitimate system is something “under which we’ve agreed to operate” is a lie. We all agreed to operate under the constitution, and this sentiment has not been reciprocated.
We need more people to be able to spot their lies.
This is something that can be learned.