Have Americans finally yielded their liberties on the 230th anniversary of the Bill of Rights?
President Franklin Roosevelt, who designated Bill of Rights Day on December 15, believed nothing could make us yield our rights.
“What we face is nothing more nor less than an attempt to overthrow and to cancel out the great upsurge of human liberty of which the American Bill of Rights is the fundamental document,” Roosevelt passionately declared on the Bill of Rights’ 150th anniversary, which was eight days after the Japanese military attacked the U.S. military at Pearl Harbor on that infamous day, December 7, 1941.
Under totalitarianism, Roosevelt explained “the individual human has no right by virtue of his humanity, no right to a soul, a mind, a tongue or a trade of his own or to live where he pleases.” He added that “his duty is one of obedience only to Adolf Hitler.”
In contrast, President Roosevelt boldly declared: “No threat or danger can make us yield our freedom guaranteed in the Bill of Rights.”
Roosevelt was wrong. Though Hitler and Benito Mussolini couldn’t make us surrender our Bill of Rights, the fear of COVID-19 did.
“There comes a time when you do have to give up what you consider your individual right of making your own decision for the greater good of society,” Dr. Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden’s chief medical advisor, audaciously professed.
Fauci is wrong, especially about the greater good. The vaccines’ failure to stop COVID-19’s transmission has eliminated any real public benefit. “We didn’t have vaccines that block transmission,” admitted Bill Gates, a Fauci comrade and financer of COVID-19 vaccines.
Compulsory policies have failed, as 400 studies have shown. “Nearly all governments have attempted compulsory measures to control the virus, but no government can claim success. The research indicates that mask mandates, lockdowns, and school closures have had no discernible impact on virus trajectories,” the Brownstone Institute reported.
Fortunately, bipartisan voices are calling for Americans to regain their freedom.
“[Fauci] has casual disdain for the Bill of Rights and your liberty,” Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) decried on Fox News. Paul, a medical doctor, explained that by ignoring natural immunity’s effectiveness against COVID-19, Fauci was lying about the science. Like a medical Mussolini, Fauci claimed, “I represent science.”
“[W]e have got a real problem, an authoritarian who also doesn’t obey the science,” Paul said. “This is a recipe for totalitarianism. It’s a recipe for something we don’t want in our country.”
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., nephew of President John F. Kennedy, is asking Americans to fight for democracy and their rights.
“We have to love our freedom more than we fear a germ,” Kennedy told Fox Nation’s Tucker Carlson while discussing his book, The Real Anthony Fauci.
“During that first year (of the pandemic), we literally got rid of every amendment to the Constitution except the Second Amendment,” Kennedy said.
“The rise of censorship, the rise of the suppression of religious freedoms, of property rights, closing a million businesses without just compensation or due process, the abolition of jury trials, which are guaranteed by the Sixth and Seventh Amendment for any vaccine company that hurts you, all of these—and the rise of a kind of track-and-trace surveillance state has been troubling to people, both Democrats and Republicans.”
Kennedy revealed the federal government’s medical bureaucracy benefits financially from patents on thousands of drugs, including vaccines, which breeds corruption. Kennedy explained that the federal medical bureaucracy is captured by the pharmaceutical industry, which it’s supposed to regulate.
Fauci and others suppressed effective early treatment options, such as existing cheap antivirals. The government has ignored nearly 20,000 vaccine deaths and a million injuries, according to OpenVAERS.com.
COVID-19 policies clearly cost Americans their rights, and many of them, their lives.
“All of these rights that the Founders of our country died for, sacrificed their properties, their livelihoods, to give us the Bill of Rights, and all of these rights over 20 months have been obliterated, taken from the American people—but not just the American people. This is a global coup d’état against liberal democracies across the planet,” Kennedy told protesters in Italy.
“Fear stops us from exercising critical thinking. It allows us to believe that if we just do what we’re told, that is the only way to save our lives.”
“Global totalitarianism is a bigger threat than the virus,” Dr. Robert Malone, mRNA inventor, said. Global financial and ideological elites have seized control of “part of national governments, public and private institutions, the media, the judiciary, politicians, and religious leaders.”
While people have lost their rights, global elites have benefited.
“I’ve become convinced that we do have a situation that is essentially the growth and expansion of global tyranny that is harmonized, that is managed, that is aligned across nation states, and it appears to be aligned with the economic interests of a small cluster of investment funds that represents the bulk of global western capital,” Malone told LifesiteNews.
“Fundamental rights, which up until yesterday were presented as inviolable, have been trampled underfoot in the name of an emergency: today a health emergency, tomorrow an ecological emergency, and after that an internet emergency,” he said.
This year Americans can honor the Bill of Rights’ 230th anniversary by having the courage to say no to totalitarianism and fear and yes to their rights. Americans must tolerate each other’s vaccine decisions. They must demand early treatment options for COVID-19, Fauci’s removal, and an investigation into the federal medical bureaucracy.
“We’re lucky that there was a whole generation of Americans in 1776 who said, ‘It would be better to die than to not have these rights written down.’ And they gave us that. They gave us that gift of that Bill of Rights,” Kennedy said.
“Our kids deserve to have the same Bill of Rights that our parents gave us. And people need—whatever their fears are, they need to put those aside and demand that we get those things back.”