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Janice’s Journal: Three Courts Issue Three Harmful Decisions

In the span of just one week, three courts have issued decisions that significantly harm registrants. Those decisions affect registrants’ marriages, homes and overseas travel.

It’s a lot to absorb in a short amount of time. It’s too much to fight at this time. But fight we must in the near future.

In the first of those decisions, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals validated a provision of the Adam Walsh Act that makes it difficult, if not impossible, for an individual convicted of a sex offense to sponsor his spouse for U.S. citizenship. That is because the individual must prove that he poses “no risk” to the safety of his spouse.

In the second of those decisions, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals upheld residency restrictions adopted by the State of Illinois. In doing so, the Court relied upon the myth that there is a high risk of recidivism for anyone convicted of a sex offense as well as the wrongly decided case Smith v. Doe in which the U.S. Supreme Court determined that the requirement to register as a sex offender is not punishment.

In the third of those decisions, a U.S. District Court decided that the State Department did not issue improper regulations regarding the International Megan’s Law even though the scope of the regulations exceeded that law. In doing so, the court relied upon another myth – that individuals convicted of a sex offense involving a minor are likely to engage in child sex tourism or child sex trafficking.

What do these three court decisions have in common? Each of the decisions is based upon the myth that an individual convicted of a sex offense, regardless of the nature of the offense or when it occurred, poses a current danger. In addition, at least part of each decision applies to individuals convicted of a sex offense involving a minor even if the individual is no longer required to register as a sex offender.

These decisions speak to us clearly. The message? We must continue to educate everyone – individuals, elected officials, and judges – about the actual low rate of re-offense and that individuals convicted of a sex offense are unlikely to engage in child sex tourism and child sex trafficking. In order for our messages to be heard, however, we need to learn how to communicate in a different way by “framing our message”.

We learned about the importance of “framing our message” at this year’s conference. The members of the board will be taught how to frame our message at its annual face-to-face meeting later this year. And once the board learns this important lesson, we will be able to teach that important lesson to others.

In the meantime, we will prepare to fight harmful decisions such as the three decisions issued this week. We will fight in state and federal courtrooms. We will fight in state capitols. We will even fight in Washington, D.C.

Please stay tuned to this website for details of those fights so that you can prepare to join us!


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How can a selectively ignorant, hateful and fearful public be reeducated on this subject when their go-to retort is most always: “I only care about the victim(s)!”

The climate has become to militant, confrontational and anticipatory with these preemptive restrictions, requirements and guidelines. Megan’s Law is retaliatory vengeance, not justice by any metric.

The thing with imposing an unrealistic standard such as “no risk” is that *even* for someone who has never committed a sex crime, there is no guarantee that they will ever commit a sex crime. With even female “sex offenders” increasing in population, how can you ever guarantee that *anyone* is ‘no risk?’ Again, it’s such an unrealistic standard. Heck, even for cops — with police violence being first — the second type of police misconduct is sexual-related. Here is an investigation by the Associated Press on the topic: The crazy part is that this sets us up for… Read more »

Thank you, Janice and team. We greatly appreciate everything you do!

Here’s how to “frame the message”: There is a document called the United States Constitution. It’s pretty clear. Any person who is subject to a registry of any kind is a victim of slime-bag sons of bitches who ignore the Constitution. Nuff said.

Thank you, Janice, and everyone at ACSOL. We may lose a few battles, but I continue to pray that we will win the war!

A few battles? Lucky to win a few scermishes.

This is why I urge everyone to do whatever they can to lower their charge, expunge it, complete everything you can to make yourself look better. While it may not be the relief you want as of right now, it may make a huge difference down the road. Don’t look at the downside of everything but rather what you can do now. Its people that give up or don’t push for something that will sink faster than those that fight the best that they can.

We have to fight together in different ways for our wifes ,children and grandchildren …We have to right letters to our representatives on different levels,go to meetings ,do the same what is going on with immigration movements now,We don’t have to wait when someone will do for us.Lets make a draft letter and start to send it,go to our representatives,make meetings,use media,so be active,Don’t wait months for just one decision on one motion.Only together we can win.Wehave right to speak,to travel, to see our relatives in different countries,go with our family for vacation after hard working year for our money.

Very well said Bob. You must stand up for your rights. No one else will. Individuals must band together to make a REAL change.

We have to fight together in different ways for our wifes ,children and grandchildren …We have to right letters to our representatives on different levels,go to meetings ,do the same what is going on with immigration movements now,We don’t have to wait when someone will do for us.Lets make a draft letter and start to send it,go to our representatives,make meetings,use media,so be activec,Don’t wait months for just one decision on one motion.Only together we can win.Wehave right to speak,to travel, to see our relatives in different countries,go with our family for vacation after hard working year for our money.

Come on ~ How hard can it be to stop this insanity? I know, harder than it should be. We have proven over and over that the “high and frightening” re-offense rates are nothing but a myth. When will they have to prove otherwise? We need to demand to see actual evidence that the re-offense rate is as high as they claim. If they can’t provide that proof then obviously, these laws can not be enacted based on what they want to do rather than what they need to do. We have proven ourselves, it’s time for them to do… Read more »

They are quick to paint us all as monsters, perverts, and dangerous criminals. We need to be calling all these fake cowards out for the lying cowards that they are and putting Them and Their Families on blast.
If we and our family cannot feel safe in our own home, then why should they?

Suppose someone takes your advice, someone other than yourself, of course, how would the media report it? Who gets the sympathy? What would the reaction be? Would there be a backlash and if so, against who? These are valid questions just based on your comment even if not put into action. Don’t get me wrong, many have probably had the same thoughts, but thought better of stating them publicly and giving the other side ammunition they can use against us. Anger can be productive. Threats against lawmakers families? Not so much.

Maybe you’ve never had gang members, and ex cons show up on your doorstep to threaten your home with violence in front of your wife and children. Or ICE agents in tactical gear storm your home all because you’re on a public list. I’m not suggesting violence, especially on the innocent family members. All I’m saying is if we have to live a life of constant anxiety because law makers refuse to do anything to provide a path to redemption then they should be called out for upholding lies and not upholding our constitution. Nor protecting the rights of individuals… Read more »

Thanks for the clarification, especially about the lack of threats against families. I’ve recently come to the conclusion that the only solution is to quit dividing and conquering ourselves. The reason for coming to this conclusion is because every horrid crime puts us all in one basket and the new law applies to us all. Since lawmakers and law enforcement unites us, we may as well be united. The one thing we all have in common is that, I assume, we are not still in jail or prison, so we have done our time. That is all we should concentrate… Read more »

Here’s an idea. We steal the registry pages from, but it wouldn’t really be stealing because they merely stole the data from public lists. You cannot copyright facts 🙂 Many of those listed on city-data even have current addresses. But how do we find contact information for those whose addresses are not listed? California is not supposed to list the addresses of many, but if you look at the map, there is a tag almost on top of the house, or so I’m told 🙂 Do they still make phone books? Then it would all have to be computerized… Read more »

Good idea Another Anon , to me its aways been about our familys rights !

To: Ready ToFight….
I do understand you anger and frustration, however, we cannot allow our own emotions to cloud our better judgment. If we, any of us act out in a way that shows us to be a “danger” to society then all we do is help to confirm what most of our society already believes, and our situation will only get worse. I know this country sucks for us all, but we have to maintain an even keel here. Please say cool, obay the law and show yourself a good and peaceful citizen as we all must.

I don’t get your stance. Obviously no one cares about violence. If they did, there would be Registries. So the only thing that people really MUST do is not commit a $EX crime. Nothing else matters.

@someone who cares:
When will they have to prove otherwise?
Under rational basis review, they never have to. If anyone, including the judge, can come up with even a hypothetical situation, it’s upheld as valid law. Rational basis pretty much equals rubber stamp (only a couple cases of “rational basis with bite” exist).

I am telling you that is exactly why the Taylor case in CA is sooo important. The SC singled out a subclass of offenders on parole out of the hundred of thousand parolees across the state and stated you are a subclass as applied by location alone and unanimously struck down, under basically rational basis review, CA’s residency restriction law against those parolees. That is unprecedented. I do not believe any court has ever created a subclass of criminal offenders in such a way, and then top if off applying rational basis review to strike down a law. It is… Read more »

What is an RFA? Regarding Taylor, I would have thought the law, 3003.5(b), created a class of persons, not the court, and 3003.5(b) as applied was unconstitutional. It follows that it would also be unconstitutional for those with more liberty rights than parolees. However, 3003.5(b) is still constitutional provided it is tailored to the individual parolees rather than a blanket law covering all sex offenders on parole. I think the reason the court affirmed is because the record below was so stout and so the evidence inevitably pushed it the way the went. In the 7th circuit case, there isn’t… Read more »

Interesting consequences of Taylor.

Most California sex offender parolees exempt from housing restrictions

AJ ~ A hypothetical situation is just that, and if using hypothetical, everyone would be “hypothetically” capable of committing a crime, so should we punish everybody….just in case? The hypothetical situations that may never materialize are ruining families, and there should be more proof than just a hypothetical situation….like….hhhmmm…..evidence?

Unfortunately, that is how rational basis review works. It simply means that a challenged law must be rationally related to a legitimate government interest. That is, the law must involve a legitimate government interest, and there must be a rational connection between the law’s means and it’s purpose. In the case of sex-offender registration laws, the legitimate interest is the protection of the public from recidivism by former sex-offenders, and the means employed is to register the offenders and restrict and control them in various ways. Note that the means doesn’t have to be the only way or the best… Read more »

I see absolutely no reason why low risk offenders cannot be singled out as a class. Regardless the law at issue, the singled out a class of offenders (on parole nonetheless) out of thousands similarly situated and stated from the record before them there was no rational basis to subject “any” of that subclass of offenders to the residency restrictions. Rational basis is supposed to stand if “any” rational applies to any offenders. That is how they get away with upholding any law under that standard. Now just think about what I just stated. You cannot tell me that there… Read more »

CR, I think that the courts are ignoring the meaning of “rational” in these rulings. “Rational” should never mean “anything you might imagine regardless of its demonstrable illegitimacy.”

I am wondering if it is a legitimate government interest to have people homeless and then more likely to commit a crime as studies show? Every rational thought can be turned on its head by verifiable information. It is a rational thing to put brake pads on a car, and there is a legitimate government interest in having all cars equipped with “working” brakes. Not just any old block of wood you have around the house, but something manufactured consistently and tested well. But what if the brand of brake pads you use have been known to fail regularly? They… Read more »

Excellent reasoning and metaphor there. That is exactly right. You see the courts have never been presented with the actual facts and data in a way that they cannot ignore. The only time they see some relevant gov reports and had to take judicial notice they really do not have much of a choice but to take notice as they did in the Taylor case. I think judicial notice of the gov reports like I provided to the court is the ticket. That s probably why the judge is taking so long to respond to the partial motion to dismiss.… Read more »

Mike r, I am glad you are doing that, making them do some work and I hope this time they do not take the morally lazy way out.

@ Mike r. Thanks for posting your web address. Wow. Can you give an opinion on whether other people can take your filing and duplicate it? Is submitting a new suit in a different jurisdiction proper with chunks of a prior suit embedded in it, or does it all have to be rewritten?? Would you go federal again?

I’m amazed by what you’ve done. Way to go, knock on wood, fingers crossed. I’ll start checking your site, would be great to be able to track your next due dates on it (not a Pacer member). Thanks

E, absolutely someone can just use my case and briefs as boilerplate papers and just work your situation and circumstances in there and file away…I have been waiting for someone to go state while I am in federal. I just went federal because I know when I win in fed it will apply to the entire district and when it goes to scotus then it will apply across the country. That is my goal, to get complete relief for the entirety of our population and their families as well. I could have already won in state. State is a slam… Read more »

Like I stated though E, if you are not prepared to go in full force with everything you have you could make things worse for future filings. I completely understand why people are hesitant or they simply do not have time or for whatever reasons they do not sue…several of us have countless hours i this thing and it still started off kind of rough but has matured into a great case over the course….

That final filing, objections to the magistrates findings and recommendations along with the proper request for judicial notice is what has saved my case concerning the punishment issues. It was a powerful brief and the judicial notice is a powerful tool and a judge is going to have a hard time with the decision and the reasoning behind his decision if he grants the AG’s partial motion to dismiss in order for it not to be overturned by the 9th circuit…

Here’s the thing: We as sex offenders, particularly those of us who have victimized young children and teens, are the most reviled, disfavored group on the face of the planet. The low re-offense reality is irrelevant in the minds of our adversaries. What we did was despicable by every imaginable standard. Our judges are human beings too. That means they are parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, brothers, sisters, cousins, nieces, nephews, etc. ad nauseum. When they look at us, they see someone who should have, in their opinions, been taken out and shot. They don’t want us anywhere near children not… Read more »

Dear WC_TN: I’m sorry, I must disagree: “What we did was despicable by every imaginable standard…”…etc… No, not at all. Not me, certainly, it was actually quite normal, as I suspect it was for well over 70% of us forced to register. Teens? Post pubescent, no, I don’t see it that way…illegal, sure, punishable by my society…certainly, I am with you on all of that… Despicable, not so much. I generally bite my tongue when I see postings that put us down hard…I leave it alone. I don’t want to get anyone in in trouble, I value the board, and… Read more »

Depressing as it is, I think you are absolutely right. A lot of legal prognosticating happens on this website by some pretty sharp minds. Yet maybe all should acknowledge that ‘Sex Offender Cootie Syndrome (SOCS)’ is the guiding force in most legal decisions. Figure out how to overcome that, and maybe we’ll get some fair decisions. Maybe it won’t change until every judge has a family member or acquaintance on the registry putting a face on the harm these rubber-stamp legal decisions are causing. Anytime I ever see a favorable decision regarding a registrant issue, I assume that the judge… Read more »

The lawmakers provided a road map on how to frame the debate and legal filings.

Making the Case for Megan’s Law: A Study in Legislative Rhetoric

Compare the current example of the government separating children from parents in the immigration debate.

Yeah rhetoric has been around as long as civilization and beyond. The Greeks perfected it and actually a big part of any training in ancient Greek included vigorously studying and practicing rhetoric. What is happening today is blatant classic demagoguery plain and simple…Legislators do not legislate on facts or the constitution any more but legislate public opinion personal agendas…

After reading this, I have gone into such a depressive state that I cancelled everything I had to do today. I have been lying on my couch and contemplating if ending it all is an option whose time has come. It just isn’t working for me, the hoping, wishing, praying that somehow I will get through this. I haven’t spoke to a family member or friend from before my conviction for 4 yrs. I don’t have any new friends to confide in. This site is my only connection to what matters to me and I have almost given up on… Read more »

Why stick around in a place that isn’t going to work for you? It’s true- you’re not going to make any new friends, or land some really awesome job, because the second anyone Google’s your name- it’s curtains. Most people in other 2nd or 3rd World Countries don’t do this. People will love you for who you are, not what something on Google says. My corporate career ended abruptly after the discovery of my Misdemeanor Offense some 15 years earlier. Needless to say, during that entire 15 year time period, and even immediately after my conviction, I held very decent… Read more »

I thought I was in the same boat, my 20 year career was over after my name was all of the sudden reactivated by Texas online in 2013. I had moved from there in 2005 and now having my name googled became an anxiety fused daily churn. I was recently laid off from a fortune 500 company and figured I was toast. Never gonna pass a background check again. Wrong! I passed with flying colors and start my new job next week You have to jump through some hoops and set your self up, but it can be done. You… Read more »

Message you how? This forum lacks messaging features.

I’d sure like to hear what you have to say.

The intent of the S.O.R. from the ground up is to destroy the lives of all who end up on that infernal list. They figure a raped/molested child or woman is damaged goods for life and will live with PTSD for the balance of their lives, so our lives deserve utter destruction as well.

At Peace – Believe me, I understand how you feel. The shame of it all makes you want to crawl into a corner and hide from the rest of the world, not wanting to talk to anyone or make connections ever again. After my situation had settled, and I was release from prison, I contacted each of my family and friends and sat down with them, one on one, and explained to them what happened. It was a gut wrenching time, but after that, even though I lost most of my family and friends, I found that I still had… Read more »

The intent of the S.O.R. from the ground up is to destroy the lives of all who end up on that infernal list. They figure by raping a child or a woman they’re damaged goods for life and will live with PTSD for the balance of their lives, so our lives deserve utter destruction as well.

I too keep hoping that one day the registry will collapse under the weight of its own punitive restrictions that are in reality affirmative disabilities.

@At peace, yes you could end it and then they as in the government and lawmakers have won, no it is not easy and probably never will be but you are alive at this point, try to focus on a hobby you like, put all your energy into your job if you have one, learn a trade if you can, join a support group in your area, attempt to not let the depression keep you down. You need someone to talk with, find a support group. Work out on weights to make your body stronger, read novels to keep your… Read more »

I would not be ending a life. A life is what I had, and that ended years ago.

Well many of our lives ended years ago but guess what, we rebuilt them the best we could and so can you.

At peace: I’m guessing most of us here have all been heavily burdened with, at some point in our journey, a debilitating level of hopelessness & despair. It has been 6 years since my arrest for CP (3 illegal files in a hoard of nearly 1.7TB worth of legal porn). Local news had a field day, making things up (contradicting the police report), which made an already bad situation worse. Forced to resign from my job of over 10 years. Unemployed with a wife and two kids, I was certain we would end up homeless at some point. Facing a… Read more »

I hate this pig too much to end it all and give him any satisfaction. So should you.

Another Anon lol what piece of crap that PJ guy is , the reporter was much nicer than I would have been about 1 min in to that interview , creepy little freak needs a real good foot to the a$$ , I am amazed that someone has not slapped him off the planet

We’re on the same page, kind of living. Time to get pissed.

At Peace – You may not realize it now…but how you feel and how you worded your feelings on what you have been put through just could make a difference to someone else. I would like to encourage you to not give up then all those cruel idiots out there win. If you need to reach out and feel like there is nobody there for you…here is my email I am not a professional, just a person with a family member that is going through the same hell and will have to continue going through it, it seems for… Read more »

We are not alone reach out to each other we need human contact , without it we are alone. So be sombody and make friends.

Dear Janice, Chance and Support Crew at ACSOL: I cannot thank you enough for your…ever continuing efforts. We would truly be lost without you. These setbacks sting, I know this…but doing the right thing as you are, and all the affection and sympathy you get…is not really enough. I am sending out another hundred dollars today, (I try to do this four times a year plus a little extra at the meetings). This is not enough, I know, but it is something and maybe covers a little for someone else that would like to contribute but can’t because of imposed… Read more »

Setbacks are not permanent. Wars are neither won nor lost by a few victories or setbacks. Have to work hard constantly. Thank you Janice and Chance for your constant hard work and perseverance for all Registrants! As wonderful as they are, they cannot fight this war alone. Anyone who can offer themselves as a litigant or volunteer, please do so. If you have Twitter or another social media account that does not suspend Registrants, do your homework and start conversations to get people to think. Even if you have to block a few jerks who will only cause grief, so… Read more »

In all three cases, five of the seven judges are Republican appointees. The IML challenge and Seventh Circuit Courts that decided against registrants were unanimously Republican appointees. In the Third Circuit case, two of the three judges were Obama appointees. Dismissed IML Challenge – Judge John Walter: Republican Appointee [W. Bush] – SOURCE: Seventh Circuit Decision – Judge William Bauer: Republican Appointee [Nixon] – Judge Ilana Rovner: Republican Appointee [H.W. Bush] – Judge Diane Sykes: Republican Appointee [W. Bush] – SOURCE: Third Circuit Decision – Judge Joseph Greenaway: Democrat Appointee [Obama] – Judge Patty Shwartz: Democrat Appointee [Obama]… Read more »

Are you accepting donations for legal fees to challenge the states in federal court concerning the findings of the 6th Circuit Court of appeals (16-768 Doe v Snyder)and the US Supreme Court’s refusal to review that decision that most all registration requirements are unconstitutional based on the ex post facto, punishment and 5 other provisions of the US Constitution?

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This is all so incredibly frustrating! 😡 If you would simply change the words from “sex offender” to “convicted DUI driver”, the public would be up in arms about all the bullsh#t lawmakers keep piling on! Seriously, each of you, consider your own story and replace it with “DUI driver” and you will see how outrageous it sounds. Special license plate identifyimg the driver as convicted of a DUI… “DUI Driver” stamped on your drivers license and, now, on your passport….. no living within a 1,000 feet of a school, church, playground or daycare center…. can’t stay at a campground… Read more »

It is so obviously clear that history is repeating itself. The Puritans have been reborn in this country and are inflicting themselves on anyone that does not goosestep to their way of thinking. The were banished from England and I guess their still pissed off!!!. What will it take to get these laws and Draconian thinking to end? As a child of the 60’s, we stopped the Vietnam war by organizing and causing problems for the powers in charge. It worked! We as registered citizens need to stop hiding and get aggressive if we are to win this. They are… Read more »

What the h**&^*& is wrong with these people???? Have they never heard of judicial notice????? This is absolutely insane…..We will see how long this myth last in my case. Kind of hard to push the myth if the court has to take judicial notice of GOV docs from multiple states stating the real numbers…Ridiculous…..Academia does not mean s)(*)(*&(*& compared to hard numbers from solid agencies such as department of corrections or in CA case both the CASOMB and CDCR…..Academia is a joke no matter which way it points. It can never be absolute such as the numbers from department of… Read more »

When wrong is done against justice…Justice finds a way to EMPOWER those wronged…watch my message on Walking in Faith…

I still think the reasoning behind Taylor holds value. Put it this way, so parolees are entitled to have residency restrictions tailored to individuals but free citizens are not entitled to the same narrow tailoring concerning the registry in which the legislature straight states in the language of the laws the state “shall have supervision over every significant aspect of an Rc’s lives” That is much much more then the residency issue. The court would have to tell you that you do not have at the bare minimum the same constitutional protections as parolees. Maybe that makes more sense then… Read more »

I have heard educate educate educate, you can’t educate these people who don’t care, you can explain this till we’re blue in the face, obviously this all violates the us constitution because it’s continued punishment and no other class of citizens or crimes is penalized at all even close to us, why not knot the education bullshit off and just fight, these people aren’t listening in case you haven’t noticed.

I agree, Brian, but what kind of fight can you do with no money?

I suspect that those who have money have already escaped from this mess, if by no other means, moving to a friendly country.

I am currently in court fighting this with my attorney because they put me under Act 10 in pa , psp hasen’t done my review yet either so I am sitting and waiting sitting and waiting so I hired an attorney to speed this up and to better protect my rights in the meantime because they tried telling me I have to reg for life or I should say the DA told me that, but we found that’s not true, but yes money is necessary to fight these bs laws, the government has no problem getting it because of tax… Read more »

“Institutions will try to preserve the problem to which they are the solution”

This is the most succinct description of SORNA.

Man, that AWA one really has be concerned, more so. This greatly effects me. My wife’s status has been pending for almost a decade…. in limbo where we were once already denied. I fear we will now be denied on this second submission… which is going on 3 years now. My wife has been living legally here in the US, so at least we’re together (for now).

Janice, what’s your opinion on this?

While I have found this site and this is my first post it might wake some people up. While I have corresponded with Janice several years ago I at times get mixed signals from all of this sex offender ordeal. That said enjoy this as I hope Janice will also. I believe its a true estimation of how they are taking advantage of a Lot of people in America not only with this plight but other plights.: James 1:26 – If any man among you seem to be religious, and bridleth not his tongue, but deceiveth his own heart, this… Read more »

One more post before I leave and thats it. Some on here are so depressed that they don’t know what to do. Sure I get that way. I may have just had an internet encounter and some of you all might have had a physical encounter, sleep with a teenager, or whatever but giving up is never the answer. Sure its depressing and your depression can effect others also. One might have to do a bit of punishment for there this or that but ending it all is not the way. I have even said that myself at times, but… Read more »

ToJanice Re: Reframing the message Our leadership first unleashed the power of the database on a certain subset of the current group. When SCOTUS collartally approved the indenture of man to a machine via THE DOE DECISIONS they understood they were permitting a laissez faire attitude toward government uses of the electronic devices. Time has revealed the grave error. ,BEWARE THE DATABASE THE DANGER FROM THE DATABASES GREATLY OUTWEIGHS THE USEFULNESS. Gov’t position here, Machine need > HUMAN NEED The public’s perception of necessity of the database has so far outweighed the needs of registrants to have privacy and security.… Read more »

If it’s a blatant lie perpetrated on purpose to malign anyone or group and use such lies to raise the liar’s perceived status or wealth, then we have a clear cut mandate as honest people to directly and ruthlessly END such deception. No? Then why are we allowing the proven deception mongering media to remain one second longer in business? They already have self-revealed their entire aim is to destabilize Americans and utterly destroy the lawful liberty the constitution upholds for all. “Circling the Internet, this short writ can be tied in its revelation to the man listed as its… Read more »

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