Memo to the United States Supreme Court: Theft of Presidential Election Violates the U.S. Constitution

Many Americans were shocked at the rejection by the U.S. Supreme Court of the Texas lawsuit against the states of Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Georgia for disenfranchising the voters of Texas by exercising fraudulent actions in the November 3, 2020, presidential election. The Court did not accept the case, rejecting it on the basis of Texas not having standing to file such a case against other states.

Louisiana Attorney John Milkovich penned a Memo to the Court expressing his angst and that of millions of other Americans at the inaction of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding this very serious matter.

John Milkovich is an American politician and attorney from the state of Louisiana. A Democrat, Milkovich represented the 38th district of the Louisiana State Senate, based in  Shreveport, from 2016 until 2020. Milkovich was born and raised in Roundup, Montana, and went to the University of Montana. After obtaining his J.D. at the Paul M. Hebert Law Center, Milkovich worked as a judicial clerk for Fred C. Sexton Jr. of the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeals. Milkovich has also been an attorney at law since 1985.

Memo to Supreme Court:  Theft of Presidential Election Violates the Constitution

It’s true.  The theft of a Presidential Election violates the Constitution.   It constitutes illegal insurrection. It embodies a War on Freedom.  It is for a time such as this, that you wear the robe.

Hyper-technical considerations of Jurisdiction, Casuistic deliberations over Standing, and Ivory Tower hairsplitting over legal causes have their place. But that place is not the Highest Court of a Crumbling Republic.

Your job is to defend the Constitution.  And sometimes, in order to defend the Constitution, you must defend the Country–– without which there would be no Constitution.

George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and John F. Kennedy all understood:  A Constitution has no meaning or value, if the Nation it was designed to protect, it no longer exists.  If there is no Country — there is no Constitution.

What happened in the 2020 Presidential Election was a coup, akin in some respects to the midday murder of President John F. Kennedy,  in broad daylight, in Dealey Plaza, on November 22, 1963.

From all over America and the World, ordinary citizens whose primary expertise about the legal system comes from Traffic Court Summonses, understand this:   You cannot take down America, without violating the Constitution.  In the face of a tsunami of massive election fraud and deceit, if you do not defend the Country, there may be no Constitution left to defend.   Next to the right to worship God, there is perhaps no other Constitutional right so fundamental to freedom, as the right to elect officials in honest elections.  And if that right is lost, if the corrupt voting machine companies, Corporate Media’s stream of unconsciousness, and amoral vote thieves are allowed to steal a presidential election in full view of the American public, we may never have a fully free election again.

  • It’s past time to jettison the hackneyed, philosophic divergence between judges that are liberal, activist legislators from the Bench — and conservative non-interventionists.
  • It is not the Supreme Court’s job merely to determine whether pleadings and causes of action fit neatly within the contours of statutes and judicial precedent.
  • Occam’s Razor does not divide Conscience, Country, and Constitution.
  • Now is not the time to shrink from Constitutional Duty, confessed to God, because of the specter of Soros-sponsored street mobs. As  History instructs, those that seek to dominate by violence, proceed from Riot to Rule.

The people that pay taxes, raise families, and defend the Country in uniform are sending you a message: This is an assault on America and an attack on the Republic; a war on Freedom.  “Be Strong and of Good Courage.”   Defend the Constitution. And the “One Nation Under God,” without which the Constitution cannot exist.

 

John Milkovich

Keithville, Louisiana

 


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