What say you citizens of Tennessee? Will you remain silent? Or will you stand with me as a patriot and defender of the constitution.
By John Gentry / Gentry4thepeople
Will you relinquish that which was paid for with the blood of our forefathers in a coma of ignorance, distraction, and apathy? Or will you do as our forefathers once did and take stand in defense of the principles of liberty and justice and the preservation of free government confined by the restraints of state and federal constitutions.
I know what I’m going to do. I’m going to fight this unlawful alteration of our form of government at whatever the cost to my person. I will fight lawfully and peacefully in our courts and legislative houses, and perhaps as governor. I will fight by continuing to raise awareness and cause outrage in my fellow citizens until government restrains itself to the provisions of our state Constitution. Fight with me!!!
Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 10, Canon 3, Rule 3.4 Appointments to Governmental Positions, unlawfully states:
A judge shall not accept appointment to a governmental committee, board, commission, or other governmental position, unless it is one that concerns the law, the legal system, or the administration of justice.
Get out of here with that unconstitutional, unlawful garbage that expressly violates our beloved Tennessee Constitution! Article VI, Section 7 expressly prohibits judges from holding any other office – period.
Tennessee Constitution, Article VI, Section 7. The judges of the Supreme or Inferior Courts, … THEY SHALL NOT BE ALLOWED ANY FEES OR PERQUISITES OF OFFICE NOR HOLD ANY OTHER OFFICE OF TRUST OR PROFIT UNDER THIS STATE OR THE UNITED STATES. (emphasis added)
Hatred of plural offices
The framers’ hatred of plural office holding grew from bitter experience. English Whigs, who greatly influenced the framers, had for years complained about the corrupting effect of plural office holding and royal patronage on the conduct of politics in seventeenth — and 18-century England. It was these complaints, rather than abstract theories about the separation of powers, that led the framers to ban plural office holding. Cornell Law Review, Vol. 79, Issue 5 July, 1994, Article I, page 1053
There is a reason the founders expressly prohibited judges from holding second offices. It was to protect against corruption. The plural offices held by judges in the state of Tennessee are used to protect and propagate corruption, especially the conduct of corrupt judges and high ranking state officials.
Not only are the justices of our Tennessee Supreme Court incompetent and/or in violation of their oaths, such unlawful alteration of our form of government is a declared act of tyranny as aggrieved in our declaration of independence.
For taking away our Charters, abolishing our most valuable Laws, and altering fundamentally the Forms of our Governments: Declaration of Independence, Grievance # 21.
As governor, I will continue to fight to restore the form of government created and established in our state constitution. I cannot do this alone and I call my fellow citizens to duty. Spread news of my work to friends, neighbors, co-workers.
Tell them patriot warrior John Gentry is taking stand against rampant corruption in government. Tell them I am the only choice for Governor. Tell them I am the only man with the courage, intellect, and integrity to take stand against corruption, defend the constitution and rights of the people.
Together we shall prevail as our forefathers once prevailed; “in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.” Constitution of the United States of America; Preamble.
Let us too re-secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.
God bless, God’s speed to us all, and in God we trust.