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This Elected Official Just Told an American Citizen (and Teenager) That He Should Be Afraid of Her and Women Like Her

Government should fear the people, not the other way around. Nydia Velázquez, elected by the people to the U.S. House of Representatives, should brush up on her history. Many Twitter users responded to what they perceived as a threat.

That “Dear John” letter is the Declaration of Independence.

Breaking away from Great Britain, colony representatives wrote that “whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”

The colonists had had enough of King George III and declared themselves free and sovereign and fought a war for their independence from British rule. That elected officials would have the temerity to even joke about how the “the people” should be afraid of them, let alone intend to strike actual fear, is a serious red flag against their fitness for public and taxpayer-supported office and their oath to protect and defend the U.S. Constitution.

Velázquez needs to re-read — or read for the first time — this document. And study it.

From someone who actually lived under socialism and not an American liberal’s romantic idea of it:

The responses are gold. Follow the thread here. Here’s one more:

Featured photo credit: By RhododendritesOwn work, CC BY-SA 4.0, Link

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5 comments

  1. Actually George III was a kindly old man with humane and enlightened ideas. Ameriza would have done well to dstick with him

    • I’m aware that George III has gotten a bad press over here. He did much good in his own country, including improving agriculture (for which he was known affectionately as “Farmer George”). He was also the patron of one of my favorite astronomers, William Herschel, discoverer of the planet Uranus (Herschel wanted to name it “George’s Star” in his honor). So, although I’m American, I’m a fan of his!

      The Declaration was addressed to the king, because he was head of state – but he was just a figurehead. Parliament, which had the real power, had decided it could override the Colonial assemblies and deny the colonists the rights that Englishmen enjoyed in the home country. So the American War of Independence wasn’t really a “revolution;” it was about the Americans securing the rights that were being taken from them.

  2. I have a somewhat contrarian reply, in that I believe she is “absolutely correct,” that we should “fear her.” Or, more appropriately, fear those who would ‘elect’ these ‘anti-everything American’ seditionists to anything more than dumpster diving duty! Members of The Muslim Brotherhood, that were brought in by BHO, are being augmented with NEWLY ‘elected’ Muslims; FEARFULLY, because they are from states that have admitted enclaves of NON-assimilating Muslim communities, abiding NOT by our rule of law, but that ‘Sharia’ mess. The harbinger of the ‘coming attractions’ to America can be witnessed by looking at what has happened in European nations. They are more than ‘nibbling’ here already……that should be FEARED!

  3. This is how the communist rule. They take power, confiscate personal weapons making slaves out of the Citizens.
    Beware of who you vote for.