Unalienable Rights?

US Declaration of Independence as the founding document of the United States, explains that “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men … are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness”. Unalienable Rights, means they cannot be taken way under any circumstances. There is an exception for those who are convicted of crimes, then he may be deprived of Property, Liberty or perhaps Life. The constitution of the US outlines this exception and when it can happen and the limits on that exception in the 5th amendment to the US Constituion. The 5th amendment, set the limits of the government on on all levels regarding the taking of the unalienable Rights “No person shall be … deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law…”

In many states today including New York, California, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, the governors have illegally and immorally taken those rights of their citizens without due process.

In the oath of office for at least the governor of Pennsylvania, he swears that he will obey the constitution of the United States. Accordingly he does not have the authority make edicts that deprive any person of Property, Liberty or Life, without due process in a court of law. An edict of a governor is not due process. Your liberty was taken without due process. The population has hardly raised the slightest of complaint, but then they have long accepted the taking of a persons’ most unalienable right to life at the whim of their mothers.

The same blood-thirsty people that have been championing the slaughter of babies in abortion have now taken your right to liberty. Those who think that abortion is permissible, even in the cases of rape or incest, have no standing to complain their liberty has been taken.

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