The Roberts Court, November 30, 2018. Seated, from left to right: Justices Stephen G. Breyer and Clarence Thomas, Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., and Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Samuel A. Alito. Standing, from left to right: Justices Neil M. Gorsuch, Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, and Brett M. Kavanaugh. Photograph by Fred Schilling, Supreme Court Curator’s Office.

The truth is that for so many Human Rights are only relevant if they are their own. So many will gladly step on anyone they want. They will cry out in their own injustice, or the injustice of someone in their religious, ethnic, or political circle, but gladly enjoy watching Human Rights be snuffed out if it is someone they are prejudiced against, disagree with, or are jealous of. The truth about freedom is that so many love it for their self, but also love seeing it taken from others. Such people do not love freedom. They only love their self. They only love their own comforts. It is an abusive spirit. It is a poverty spirit. You are cheap and everyone else pays the price.

To love freedom is to love it for all.

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You are a threat to every American. You are a danger to all.

You cannot be trusted to uphold the people to freedom. You cannot be entrusted with these seats of power. You cannot be entrusted with the lives of Americans. You must be thrown out.

It takes a very strong person to disagree with another over various matters of religion or politics, but also refuse to let that hinder their responsibility towards that person. We all have a responsibility to each other, because we are all members of a collective society. Human Rights are never conditional or subject to the whims of the corrupt. They are never subject to prejudice. You may have your opinions, you may have your religions, but when you put on those robes, you must rise above every opinion and seek the highest good of all. Those robes are for individuals who love freedom and justice even more than their own opinions. If you do not have that strength of character, then you are not qualified to be in such a position that stewards the freedom of all. Freedom and justice are not to be withheld because you are biased against someone, and neither are they to be withheld because you have sold out and are traitors working for foreign hostile powers. You are unfit to be in that seat.

What you’ve done to me is a hate crime. You are unqualified to be in those seats. You have an obligation to seek justice. You have sought my harassment, endangerment, abuse, neglect, torture, torment, assault, and murder FOR SEVEN YEARS.

You are impostors. You are frauds. You are a threat to every American life.

What you have done to me is immoral and unethical in so many ways, but it is more than that. It is criminal. It is blatant. It is willful. It is intentional. It is inhumane and cruel. This is who you are.