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Assault on American Jurisprudence - Why American Constitutional Law is Abused

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 11, 2021 at 11:04

Today's legal arguments of Constitutional law are under a constant state of being besieged and there is no end in sight. The main reason is that, contrary to the now-prevailing leftist contentions, such law is outdated. To the contrary of that, the real reason is that the truth of Constitutional law is its ages old basis of being developed along Biblical principles, the benchmark of that being corrupted in the Supreme Court rulings of the early sixties inappropriately striking at the faith that relied upon the truth that provides the basis of freedom to live free. Cases like this are manifest of the efforts to breakdown American jurisprudence and are constant and unrelenting, desiring to eliminate the truth of the process that at one time, set American law apart from the rest of the world. Now the detractors want to completely defeat American Constitutional law and allow acceptance of the criminality now running rampant nationwide.
This case becomes a precursor, like the Manson and other similar cases that took advantage of the Supreme Court's ill-advised dismissal of the Divine providence instilled in the original truth of law.

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