Fools Rush In—Where The Usurper Treads


By: Jack L. Key

Fools will gather by the thousands on Tuesday January 20 to see their “champion” sworn in as the first usurper to the office of the President of the United States—in defiance of the Constitution and a majority of the states that make up our Union.

It is a black day for the country—yes, and in more ways than one.

The Congress—especially the leaders of both Houses—will bear this burden throughout whatever remainder of history the United States has left. But this is not the first time Congress has betrayed the people, although it may well be the last. Whatever principles have held us together in the past, whatever solidarity we may have held for each other for over 230 years will be destroyed when the usurper swears his false oath.

Politicians in Washington—Republican and Democrat alike—will rue this day the politically biased national media have made. Cowards and liars both, they have no shame. Democracy and fair play have been replaced by the jive and hype of modern-day traitors who use mass media lies and foreign money, slick-mouth jargon and false promises to set up paper stages and willing stooges to demolish our strengths and our American culture.

Say goodbye to your father’s decency and hard work, your mother’s love and caring, your neighbor’s easy friendliness and your children’s admiration. Here come the smashing jackboots of the socialists, the communists, the criminals, racists and the fanatics—to tread on a country ruled by immoral politics, illegal money and religious hatred.

You honest citizens have no “standing” in this brazen society, and the imposed taxes will empower it against you and the Supreme Court of the country will hold it against you.

It is a bitter pill to swallow for someone like me who has lived 73 years and watched us as a nation come relentlessly to this moment—when the usurper will wash his hands of our forefathers and the shapers of our country and bring in the evil of the new regime.

Thankfully, my time left is short and I may not see the end. But there are many fools who will rush to take up the standard. So this is not yet the end—but it is the beginning of the end.



Jack L. Key, Ph.D. is the author of several books, articles and short stories. He is also a retired healthcare professional. He writes political and features articles for both print media and the Internet. Contact him at: jockdoc@localnet.com or visit www.authorsden.com/jackkey

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