Insurrectionist anyone? Consider this


Insurrectionist anyone? Consider this

Considering an insurrection, would George Washington would have been among the first to have the insurrectionist title bestowed? Yes Washington played a key role in the American Revolution, which involved overthrowing the established British government in the colonies. Like it or not, the British King George III, was the rightful government of America. No doubt about it.

The term "insurrection" often carries negative connotations, implying an attempt to overthrow a legitimate government through illegal or violent means. And that is exactly what happened in the American colonies. An insurrection, an armed one to boot, you know, a real one.

The success of the American Insurrection led to the formation of the United States of America, a new nation with its own government and constitution. George Washington became the first president under this framework, demonstrating his leadership during the insurrection. George Washington played a pivotal role in the American Insurrection, serving as the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental (Insurrectionist) Army from 1775 to 1783. His contributions to the insurrection were multifaceted and significant.

Individuals like John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and others played critical roles in the insurrection. They drafted the Declaration of Independence, secured crucial foreign alliances, and shaped the new American government. In short, America would never have been a thing if it were not for these insurrectionists.

Consider this statement: When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation. What insurrectionist wrote that? Uh, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin. And that my friends is the opening statement on our Declaration of Independence.

Did you ever hear of Patrick Henry? You know, “Give me liberty give me liberty of give me death”

Yes, that's him. He said that in his speech in 1775. Patrick Henry argued in favor of the insurrection against the British, moreover he was a leading figure in shaping the American Revolution. What about Thomas Jefferson? Yeppers, he was a prominent insurrectionist. A exalted leader in the British insurrection, and he now is known as the father of the Declaration of Independence.

In reviewing the grievances the insurrectionists enumerated against King George, they mimic the same grievances Americans today have with King Joe, the Democrat Lemmings, and the use of law enforcement against individuals of a different political ideal. Yes, it absolutely does.

Why talk about this today? Because our government is here today due to insurrectionists. We are here because we have the God given right of freedom of speech. For a political leader or a citizen to advocate for an insurrection is not illegal at all, it is the embodiment of our form of government. That is not to say that President Donald Trump was calling for an insurrection, not at all. He on multiple occasions asked for a “peaceful and patriotic” display of free speech. But if he had, that is how our government works. Political figures have freedom of speech; part of that speech is stumping for whatever their cause may be.

By: john Hames



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