Catholic Principles for Catholic Resistance to the Scamdemic

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4 thoughts on “Catholic Principles for Catholic Resistance to the Scamdemic”

  1. Excellent discussion confirming what’s currently occurring. Clarification: President Trump did not order lockdowns and mandates in the US; state governors and mayors did. I agree that we have an obligation to raise awareness about what’s happening. But it is ultimately up to individuals to discover the truth.
    As Jesus said, “Ask, and it will given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you.” Although I’m Roman Catholic, that quote is from the Revised Standard, Protestant version, the only Bible I have available.

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    1. You often hear it said, But Trump did not order the lockdown, the Governors and Mayors did. This is like saying, Your Honor, my client did not enter the bank and rob it, he only stood at the curb and made sure the police did not enter…..


      1. Brother Alexis, I respectfully beg to disagree with that assessment. The Federal government does not have the Constitutional authority to override what state governors do, or what city mayors do, in response to situations they determine, rightly or not, to be emergencies affecting the safety of their populations. The President may act on his own in many situations to protect national security, and he may provide assistance (and Congress may appropriate funds for such assistance) to state and local governments in dealing with natural or other disasters when they request it, but not against their wishes. This is an opinion shared by many distinguished Constitutional scholars and supported by case law.

        You should have heard the wailing and grinding of teeth when Trump hinted that he might take action to override a state-imposed lockdown in order to restore economic activity. It would have been a real Constitutional crisis, as opposed to the imaginary ones we are constantly hearing about from the leftist media.

        I fervently wish it were otherwise, as nearly all of the Democrat governors and mayors have overreacted to the “Corona cold”, as Miss Ann Barnhardt rightfully calls it, curtailing our most basic freedoms and exercising control over minute details of our lives based on nothing more than junk science. Even some of the Republican governors have caved in to the immense media pressure and issued idiotic mask mandates and school closing orders. It has been a frightful time. But I respect Trump’s respect for the Constitution. I’m sure he would love nothing more than to issue an Executive Order overriding all the local lockdown and mask mandates, but it almost certainly would be overturned in court within hours, and upheld by courts of appeal and the U.S. Supreme Court. Thus, in terms of Trump’s leadership and re-election prospects, it would do more harm than good.

        The Peace of Christ be with us all.

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      2. On the Contrary, the President of the United States has the constitutional authority to uphold the Constitution and defend the Constitutional rights of everyone. He also has the right to suppress insurrection and rebellion. The mere threat to rendition any politician who attacked the national economy as a terrorist or rebel to the United States would have been sufficient moral influence to prevent it. But as he chose to let Fauci speak and terrorize the nation, he is culpable for not doing the former and allowing the latter. And that makes him complicit in the crime.


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