Mandeville, LA – The Spirit of ’76 Lives! The most courageous thing said since the 1776 Continental Congress responded to King George III’s Proclamation of Rebellion was said by Donald J. Trump tonight in the misnamed “Debate”: When asked if he’d take the pledge to support Hillary’s rigged victory, Trump, staring down catcalls of “traitor” stood unmoved and repeated “No I will not take the pledge… I reserve judgement until I see the result…I’ll keep you in suspense.” With that, the revolutionary forces, including many a Bernie Sanders voter, began their alignment against The Cabal and toward the rebel. Not since the Continental Congress’s response to the Rebellion Proclamation has so bold a stand against an obvious abuse of power been made.
“We are accused of “forgetting the allegiance which we owe to the power that has protected and sustained us.” Why all this ambiguity and obscurity in what ought to be so plain and obvious, as that he who runs may read it? What allegiance is it that we forget? Allegiance to Parliament? We never owed–we never owned it. Allegiance to our King? Our words have ever avowed it,–our conduct has ever been consistent with it. We condemn, and with arms in our hands,–a resource which Freemen will never part with,–we oppose the claim and exercise of unconstitutional powers, to which neither the Crown nor Parliament were ever entitled. By the British Constitution, our best inheritance, rights, as well as duties, descend upon us: We cannot violate the latter by defending the former: We should act in diametrical opposition to both, if we permitted the claims of the British Parliament to be established, and the measures pursued in consequence of those claims to be carried into execution among us.”