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House Democrats, 10 GOP overstepped their authority

Editor, Ceres Courier,

All House Democrats and 10 Republicans publicly voted to impeach Trump alleging “incitement of insurrection.” These are allegations that haven’t been proven beyond any reasonable doubt.

In doing so the House openly and publicly voted for impeachment. The House has violated and denied Trump’s right to due process of law guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.

However, later press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tweeted that the president directed the National Guard to report to the Capitol.

To make matters worse, the social media giants Twitter and Facebook, owned by Instagram, have permanently banned Trump after the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

This prevents the American people from hearing the president’s side of the story. This is a violation of Trump’s right to free speech also guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.

Yet the same social media giants promoted violence, riots and false news reports throughout 2020 without repercussions and/or censorship.

What the House has done is wrong and has placed this country under martial law. The House Democrats and 10 Republicans have publicly committed acts of moral turpitude. And if they are tried and found guilty of committing acts of moral turpitude, whether a felony or misdemeanor, they are immediately removed from office and permanently banned from working any government jobs.

That said, we the people of this country do not yield their sovereignty to the politicians which serve them. The people in delegating authority, do not give their public servants the right to decide what is good for the people to know and what is not good for them to know. The people insist on remaining informed so that they remain control over the instruments they have created.

Craig Keesler,


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