Monday, February 15, 2021


By  Carl F. Worden    

This is brilliant and will probably be effective.  An attorney from Colorado has filed a class action lawsuit in Federal District Court on behalf of every registered voter in the entire United States.  It names all those known to have been involved in the massive election fraud that occurred November 3, 2020 as individuals.  The lawsuit is described on The Gateway Pundit, so after you read this, go there and get the details.

This is awesome!

Established federal law finds that if anyone in any capacity, be it an elected official or a private citizen, violates the civil rights of the Plaintiffs, they are stripped of their normal immunity and can be sued individually for the damages they caused, in this case, $1,000.00 for every person who voted in the November 2020 election.  The total damages claimed come to $160 billion dollars.

Why will this work when all the other legal challenges failed?  This will be a lawsuit that requires discovery -- discovery like being allowed to examine Dominion Voting Machines for election mishandling.  Dominion is a named Defendant.  Mark Zuckerberg and his wife are also named along with the clowns from Georgia, Pennsylvania and all the rest I'm sure you are already familiar with.  Further, unnamed John and Jane does are included, so as the discovery process proceeds and more individuals are identified as having participated in the election fraud, they will be included as Defendants.

Here's where it gets very interesting, bordering on genius:  This lawsuit will be tried before a jury -- not a corrupt judge -- and all the election fraud evidence will finally be presented in open court for all to see!  All the evidence that was quashed by judges who refused to allow it to be presented will finally see the light of day.

I am going to join this lawsuit as a member of the Class and you should as well -- if you voted in November.  This lawsuit has the potential of doing an end-run around all the countermoves the Democrats deftly anticipated, and it also has the potential of completely reforming our election system back to that of truly free and fair elections, elections where no voting machines are used and no mail-in voting without good cause.  It will also severely punish those involved in the theft of our election.

Now this is good news, folks!  Finally.

Act on it and you may even get a few bucks in your pocket.


By Carl F. Worden    

Today is Presidents' Day, originally a celebration of George Washington's Birthday, but Congress changed it to a combined federal holiday celebrating both Washington and Lincoln so they could create another federal holiday for Martin Luther King.  Federal, state and local offices are closed along with banks and the U.S. Post Office.  All of the government employees get the day off with full pay, while those in the private sector are hampered getting anything done because the federal offices are closed.  We can't get our mail and we can't do any banking business, and if we do business with any government agency as private contractors, we'll just have to wait until Tuesday and do business with the private sector businesses that remain open.

I'm bitching because when all those employees get their day off with pay, those of us in the private sector get nothing to compensate us for their absence!  We are usually working with the impediment and it costs us potential income, so how come we don't get compensated even $100.00?  We know all about how we are all constitutionally entitled to equal protection, but when it comes down to actual practice we in the private sector are discriminated against by the government ruling class.

We are told there is a separation between church and state, but that is only because the Supreme Court adulterated the plainly written words of the Framers in favor of a letter written by Thomas Jefferson to the Danbury Baptists who were concerned that the newly formed U.S. Government would create a state religion.  In his letter, Jefferson assured the Baptists that the Constitution had created a wall between church and state -- but those are not the words used in Article 1 of the Bill of Rights which reads, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free expression thereof".  So while the Framers made it clear there would be no government establishment of religion, the Hugo Black liberal Supreme Court used Jefferson's letter, which was never part of the Federalist Papers or the Bill of Rights, as an excuse to claim original intent!  As a result, God and his Laws were ushered out of our public schools even though Article 1 clearly states the government cannot prohibit the free expression of religion anywhere, including schools where such free expression is currently prohibited.

But let's accept the Supreme Court's obvious and deliberate misinterpretation for a moment and return to the subject of federal holidays.  If a wall of separation exists between church and state, how come government employees get Christmas and Easter off with full pay?  Aren't those both Christian holidays? Isn't that direct conflict with the Hugo Black Supreme Court's ruling?  Of course it is!