Enemy of the State: Lincoln and the U.S. Constitution
Although there will be more than sufficient varying points of view, from either side of the aisle, the truth remains that the liberties and freedoms, as provided by the U.S. Constitution in both the 1860 and 1864 presidential elections, were grossly trampled-upon by the newly elected, first-ever ‘Republican’ president. So much so, in fact, that a once and future ‘president,’ would not only fashion himself after the 1860’s-president, but do everything in his fraudulent, self-proclaimed, dictatorial-powers to dismantle the document that, for centuries, has stood the test of time, and provided the foundation for everything the United States holds near and dear. But, the mechanism that provided the precedence for the same illegal and treasonous actions of future presidents was placed into motion when, under the guise of “maintaining the Union together,” a sitting president took it upon himself to negate and go contrary to the very laws he swore to uphold and defend – thereby becoming one of this Country’s “Enemies of State.” As you shall see, people were previously (and, quite possibly, these actions may very well be repeated!) unjustly imprisoned merely for the governmental-perception of what they might have been thinking. The people came from all walks of life – from elected government officials, down to the every-day, common man. It happened then ~ it can happen, again.
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