Who is this man, and why is he smiling?
This is my congressman, Congressman Tom Price.
I believe he is smiling because he is happy ignoring his constituents and the problems that we face in America.
I have asked Congress to impeach 27 federal judges, and Mr. Price replied that he is prohibited from becoming involved in matters dealing with the justice system….
I wrote to “my Congressman” and every member of the Senate and House of Representatives with details of repeated violations of Constitutional rights and criminal statutes. This shows America that our elected representatives will not honor their oaths of office. Price claims it’s not his job!
I’ve never met Congressman Price, but I assure you I will do everything possible to see that he is never re-elected. We need to eliminate all of these corrupt and/or incompetent people.
I advised Congressman Price that I believe federal judges have turned the United States into a police state in which they wield tyrannical power, intentionally violating the Constitution, laws, rules, and their oath. The most basic so-called â€˜guaranteesâ€™ of the Constitution have been stolen from us by corrupt federal judges. Congress has an obligation to start cleaning up America! I shared proof and some ideas — https://www.lawlessamerica.com/index.php/news/blog-of-william-m-windsor/123-some-ideas-for-fixing-the-judicial-corruption-problem. In my opinion, this is the most serious issue that our country has ever faced. Our rights have been stolen. And the mainstream media refuses to cover this story because they are afraid of the judges.
But hey, Congressman Price says it’s not his job.
Please note these important sections of the Constitution:
- Article 3, Section 1:
“The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish.”
The Constitution says it is Congressman Price’s job.
- Article 3, Section 1:“The Judges, both of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their Offices during good Behaviour.”
Note that the tenure of Federal Judges is not for life, but merely “during good behavior.” Congress is the only body that can replace judges due to bad behavior.
- Also, Article 2, Section 4:
“all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.”
“All civil officers” clearly includes Judges.
- And the Constitution says regarding jurisdiction:
(Article 3, Section 2, Clause 2) “the supreme Court shall have appellate Jurisdiction â€¦ with such Exceptions, and under such Regulations as the Congress shall make.”
Note that the Constitution gives Congress the power to make exceptions to the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.
- And regarding the duty of Judges:
(Article 6, Section 1, Clause 3) “all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution.”
The United States Constitution does not provide for lifetime appointment of federal judges, but only for a term of office during good behavior. Congress must enforce the Constitutional rule of good behavior and restrain judicial activism by properly removing offending judges through the process of impeachment provided for in Article I, Â§ 2 and 3 of the Constitution.
Impeachment in the United States is an expressed power of the legislature that allows for formal charges against a civil officer of government for crimes committed in office. The actual trial on those charges, and subsequent removal of an official on conviction on those charges, is separate from the act of impeachment itself. Impeachment proceedings may be commenced by a member of the House of Representatives on their own initiative, either by presenting a listing of the charges under oath, or by asking for referral to the appropriate committee. The impeachment process may be triggered by non-members. A charge of what actions constitute grounds for impeachment may come from a special prosecutor, the President, a state or territorial legislature, grand jury, or by petition.
But hey, it’s not Congressman Tom Price’s job.
I have contacted the Supervisor of Elections for our county asking how many signatures I will need on a petition to have a recall election for Congressman Tom Price’s seat in Congress. Georgia is one of 18 states that allows Senators and Congressmen to be recalled.
I’ll be on the radio tonight.
I have been asked to speak at a state Tea Party meeting in a few weeks.