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“The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these States. To prove this, let Facts be submitted to a candid world.” – Thomas Jefferson in the U.S. Declaration of Independence, 1776
The Office of President of the United States was never intended to be an all-powerful position of authority. The name in itself means simply to “preside,” like the president of a Bridge Club would preside over their club activities. …Not a single one of the first 15 presidents of the United States, from George Washington in 1789 to James Buchanan in 1861, felt the need to issue a single E.O.
It was not until 1862, with a war between the states, that led Abraham Lincoln to issue Executive Order Number 1. Unfortunately, each and every president since Lincoln has chosen to exercise the extra-ordinary power of executive orders, and we are now up to Executive Order 14,043.
Joe Biden’s tenure as the forty-sixth president of the United States began with his inauguration on January 20, 2021. In less than eight months, Biden has so far issued 59 “executive orders” – an average of a new E.O. every four days.
Should Biden keep this pace, and survive the full term of his presidency, he is on track to eventually issue approximately 356 orders in total in just four years, and if somehow reelected, 712 E.O.s over eight years. In comparison, Donald Trump issued 220 E.O.s over four years, Barack Obama – 276 over eight years and G.W. Bush – 291 over eight years.
Biden’s most recent executive order mandating extensive new federal vaccine requirements for businesses with more than 100 workers will affect about two-thirds of all U.S. employees, or about 80 million people. This is an extreme usurpation of individual freedom and liberty. It is the duty of our government to protect our individual rights, not trample upon them.
We currently find ourselves in a situation where the COVID-19 virus has been estimated to have led to the deaths of more than 660,000 U.S. citizens. Because we are all mortal, this may seem like a scary number, but we must remember that the sole purpose of network media news hype is their attempt to sell premium advertising and make more money.
Regardless of the news hype, we must not forget these three things about the COVID-19 virus: First, that on average, anyone who contracts COVID-19 has a 99+ % chance of survival; second, most of those who didn’t survive the COVID-19 virus had a complicating health issue; and third, the average age of those who did not survive the COVID-19 virus is still higher than the average age of life expectancy for the average U.S. citizen.
The vaccines put forth so far may work for some, but they do not work for all, as proven by the numbers of “breakthrough” cases of people who have contracted COVID-19 even though they were already vaccinated.
In addition, not a single one of the vaccines have had long-term testing. And unfortunately, there seems to be a higher than normal percentage of people who have had an adverse reaction to the vaccines, leading to the deaths of some.
You own your body. I have no claim to tell you what you can or cannot do to your body. If I did, you would be a slave, and I your master. Likewise, the government has no claim to your body and has no authority to mandate what you do or do not do to your own body.
If you believe the vaccines will help you, then by all means go get the vaccine. But we must remember that whether to get a vaccine or not is an individual choice, and the government has no business dictating what any individual may or may not do regarding their own health.
For if the government has that power, they are alleging that you are their slave, and that has been prohibited in the United States since the passage of the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1865.
With Biden’s lengthening list of repeated injuries and usurpations, he has made himself comparable to King George III of Great Britain, in that he is unfit to lead the free people of the United States of America.