One of the things that we hear about in a nearly constant stream is how claims that elections are fraudulent are disinformation and a threat to democracy.
It appears as though claims of voter fraud are only a threat when the left isn’t the one doing it, though.
To gain leverage, leftists then turn around, find a few examples of those on the right who commit voter fraud, and claim that the right is the faction that is committing fraud. The handful of cases they find are miniscule in comparison to the wholesale voter fraud that is happening due to manipulating electronic vote counting systems.
Now we see that claims of voter fraud have spread to the judiciary. The North Carolina Courts have declared that the legislature doesn’t have the power to change the State’s Constitution, despite the fact that the state Constitution specifically has enumerated otherwise. Why did the judge make this ruling? He says that the election was illegitimate because of racial gerrymandering.
The North Carolina Supreme Court has backed the ruling, declaring that the legislature itself is no longer a co-equal branch of government, but that its very membership is instead subject to approval of the court. Make no mistake, this is nothing more than a coup where the courts have declared that they and they alone, are in charge of the government.
This sets up a constitutional crisis. Moving forward, there are only two possible solutions to this standoff: either the legislature must back down and allow the court’s declaration that the election in 2020 was illegitimate to stand, or the legislature must ignore the court and begin impeaching justices, which will force the court to declare that act as illegitimate as well.
Either of these courses of action will result in an end to constitutional rule in North Carolina.
We are on a course that will end with only one result: The collapse of Constitutional Government in the US.