Redress of Grievances

It is our demand, as set forth by our Constitution, that We, The American People, remain free, sovereign, and, united under God

“…and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances…”

HERE ARE OUR GRIEVANCES:

We The People have become not just aware, but certain, of the fact that our first and fifteenth, (among other Constitutional rights) have been tampered with. 

Here’s the FIRST AMENDMENT:

1A. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

15A. The Fifteenth Amendment (Amendment XV) to the United States Constitution prohibits the federal government and each state from denying a citizen the right to vote based on that citizen’s “race, color, or previous condition of servitude.” This doesn’t pertain to the dead. 

The constitution also talks about Monopolies like Facebook, Amazon, Twitter, etc. Here’s what it says:

Breaking up a monopoly

In certain cases, the government might decide a monopoly needs to be broken up in the event the firm has become too powerful. Powerful enough to strip millions of their FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS. This rarely occurs. This tends to be seen as an extreme step, and there is no guarantee the new firms won’t collude.

In the United States, Anti-trust; a collection of federal and state governmentally implemented laws. The laws REGULATE the conduct and organization of corporations and are generally intended to promote competition (for example, Parler) for the benefit of consumers (you and I) main statutes are The Sherman Act, The Federal Trade Commission Act of 1914, and, The Clayton Act. 

These were implemented to:

Section 1 of the Sherman Act prohibits price-fixing and the operation of cartels- prohibiting other COLLUSIVE practices (Like tech monopolies working together to silence Americans Free Speech!) that is unreasonably restrictive.

Section 7 of the Clayton Act restricts mergers and acquisitions of organizations that would likely substantially lessen competition. 

Furthermore, Section 2 of the Sherman Act SHOULD prevent the abuse of monopoly power. ABUSE OF MONOPOLY POWER IS ABRIDGING THE 1st AMENDMENT or ANY CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. 

Our “elected” POLITICAL “leaders” have failed you and I, and for that, we have suffered. 

We The People, want ANSWERS. 

We want clarity on why our elections and the results of them are so questionable. We want evidence heard, and, that a new election be held. We demand the system be restored to its original purpose, that it be done so with clarity, and, complete neutrality. Free from ALL influence, including, but not limited to, foreign, domestic, media, or, technical interference.

We demand governmental intervention in monopolies like Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon, which wield so much power, that they have the capability to strip tens of millions of Americans of their constitutional rights.

75 MILLION Americans present fourth these grievances. 

 

Regards, 
 
Jason Mariner
Real Republican News