by TPATH, ©2021

(Mar. 2, 2021) — AUDACITY ON DISPLAY

As most of us have heard by now the United States Supreme Court yesterday drove what can only be described as “the final nail in the Constitution’s sarcophagus”.  Those pusillanimous frauds not only refused to hear evidence presented by Sidney Powell regarding the outrage of the 2020 National Election, they arrogantly dismissed the case “without comment”.

The question of why this court has continually refused to do their constitutional duty must be not just proffered but answered. Since it is impossible to get into the heads of such furtive fools we are left with our own speculation.  

Could the Chief Justice’s hatred or fear of Donald Trump be so profound that he was able to convince other robed rodents to subvert the oaths they had taken to protect the Constitution?  Is it possible that these people who sit in lifetime positions, being paid and supported by we the people, decided to trample the on the Constitution in a gutless scramble to avoid reprisals from “mostly peaceful” left wing communist thugs?


At this point it really is moot (a word enjoyed by at least one fraudster) as to why they failed. The only thing remaining at this point, is to assay what exactly constitutes “Good Behavior”. This being an Article III Section 1 requirement which allows justices to remain seated on that bench.

For instance, if the referee of a football game allowed the coaches from an opposing team to change the rules allowing their team to get a 1st down after just 5 yards, or if a baseball umpire permitted one team to get 4 strikes instead of 3, or if the official let one boxer punch his opponent several times after the bell, or if a state prosecutor released a bank robber because he had already spent the purloined cash or if a policeman did not arrest a murder suspect because the victim is dead, would, could, any of those people be considered as acting in good behavior?

Or what if Supreme Court Justices refused to protect the electoral process which exists under the auspices of the Constitution? Should they not be fired just as any one of those referees, umpires or police described above would be?  Section 1 requires that they be removed, sans Good Behavior.

There is no illusion here that that will ever happen but it is important that we all understand just how destructive and unlawful this Supreme Court is.


That ruling, which has been used many times over the years as a means to ignore violations of law and constitutions, is as illegal as counting ballots without oversight, as recounting the same ballots over and over again, as counting millions of more ballots than actual voters. The “standing” escape ruling appears nowhere in the Constitution.  

Actually the Constitution demands and requires the Supreme Court to hear all manner of disputes between states, states and persons. That means no dispute should ever be refused adjudication for standing. Don’t believe this?  Read the written words yourself.

Section 2

The Judicial Power shall extend to all Cases, in Law and Equity, arising under this Constitution, the Laws of the United States, and Treaties made, or which shall be made, under their Authority;—to all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls;—to all Cases of admiralty and maritime Jurisdiction;—to Controversies to which the United States shall be a Party;—to Controversies between two or more States;—between a State and Citizens of another State;—between Citizens of different States,—between Citizens of the same State claiming Lands under Grants of different States, and between a State, or the Citizens thereof, and foreign States, Citizens or Subjects.

Those passages clearly give “standing” to every state and to every citizen. This section does not require a litigant to have the potential of damage or even to have been damaged.  There only needs to be a dispute. Read it. It is clear.

The words “law” and “equity” could not be more profound. In this election laws were broken, laws were illegally written by state executive branches and equity thereby forsaken.  When one individual is permitted to vote several times, others to repeatedly tally the same ballots, or one is given free reign to sit and mark rejected ballots for one’s candidate of choice, the equity of all legal voters is destroyed. This court had a duty to make decisions on this election, whether they feared mostly peaceful protests outside their homes or they harbored personal hatred for an individual.

The dangerous and cowardly inaction of this Supreme Court will go down in history as one of the darkest episodes which may well eclipse Dred Scott. It is so much more than a single usurpation of one man’s election. It has made future elections, shall we say moot, as millions upon millions of people will not vote. This is a goal of the Demonrat Party but should never have been aided and abetted by any court. Least of all the Supreme Court.

There may also be even deadlier and frightening episodes on the horizon. This could lead to armed and well organized campaigns dedicated to undoing the damage inflicted on the integrity and viability of our liberty by this corrupt system. Every drop of blood shed, every life lost, every destroyed establishment will not be the fault of those who have been wronged.

Whether or not a conflict manifests itself, whether or not it occurs on a small or a massive scale, every ounce of spilled blood will lie at the feet of these United States Supreme Court Justices as the cower under their desks while being protected by the very same people they have betrayed.

What a shame!    

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  1. There’s a place that none of us want to go to but perhaps we must. Recall the court case in Georgia where the judge ordered Obama’s lawyer to produce the documents sought by Friday of that week or serious consequences would follow. Then what happened? On Wednesday the same judge ruled in favor of Obama’s request that the case be dismissed. No explanation whatsoever. A clear case of the judge being given a choice: a bullet or a bribe. A silver reward or a lead punishment.
    So, with that history in mind, we really can’t be sure that dire threats were not made directly to the justices or members of their families. And if they were made then you can bet that they were taken very seriously because way too many people have ‘committed suicide’ or been murdered under unexplained circumstances.

    The latest may be the Capital hill officer whose mysterious death is going unmentioned and unexplained at every level of government. And even his own family has received no explanation for why he died, yet someone ordered that his body be cremated.
    Strange and evil things are going on mostly unseen, but sometimes they are almost right out in the open. The silence and withdrawal of ALL of the justices of the Supreme Court may speak more to the threats that they have received than to their cowardice. Either way, it’s bad news for our dying republic.

  2. It is time to stop life-time appointments to SCOTUS. The SCOTUS has become the swamp/oligarch. Absolute power/life-time appointment usually leads to corruption. 9-year term is long enough. 1/3 of the SCOTUS to be replaced every 3 years.

  3. I’m not really sure what just happened to my inner being. I’ve read other articles similar to this here on The Post & Email but this one here…this one here…(gritting my teeth, squinching my eyes, eyes slightly watery, face flustered, heartbeat increasing, @59 yrs old) mega-compels me to dawn some deerskin clothes, canteen of water, jerkey, and (hunting items.) I’ll just say this…as a native Texan, 3 yrs Army Airborne, 15 yrs Operator at Anheuser-Bush Houston Beer Plant…I am really a pissed-off human being at this point in some country…not sure what country anymore. Something better go our way soon or others like myself will be sewing together deer skins for who knows what?

  4. “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely”.
    “Great men are almost always bad men…”
    Sir John Dalberg-Acton