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Variants celebrate GOP ideals, cheer rollout of CV-19 ‘new normals’

State Rep. Robin Smith takes a snap at the Lincoln Day dinner Friday to celebrate Republican hopes and dreams, which today include improved mass vaccination, mass imprisonment without due process, executive government and other blessings of techno-medico-terror statism. The men, from left, are county Mayor Jim Coppinger and city councilman Ken Smith. Says GOP head Arch Trimble, the event is a “tremendous family affair with standing room only.  It was a fantastic night talking about Republican ideals.
This happy view of local Republicans and others at the Lincoln Day dinner, including state Rep. Esther Helton (center, rear), Hamilton County mayor Jim Coppinger and general sessions court judge Gary Starnes. Donna Christian Lowe is bottom left. (Photo Donna Christian Lowe)
Republican activist Dalton Temple, right, who chest-bumps a reporter out of a hotel private event with Gov. Bill Lee, poses with Sheriff Jim Hammond, center, and others in the local constabulary and among their flag-waving backers.
State Sen. Bo Watson and sessions court judge Lila Statom. (Photo Donna Christian Lowe)

We believe that good government is based on the individual and that each person’s ability, dignity, freedom and responsibility must be honored and recognized. 

— Hamilton County Republican statement

Elites are relishing new powers as their political parties have participated in the overthrow of democratically elected representative government, long an ideal since the Renaissance.

By David Tulis / NoogaRadio 92.7 FM

No less in Southeast Tennessee than across the U.S. In Chattanooga elected officials have led the way in being scared by the national “pandemic” narrative, promoted by the CDC, global bodies such as WHO, centralized medical and hospital interests and by the drug industry ad-supported media have participated in the overthrow of liberty and representative government.

On Friday about 400 conservatives and Republicans take part in an annual pow-wow called the Lincoln Day dinner, raising funds for the party at a downtown hotel and giving members a chance to back-slap, trade stories and news, chow down on good grub and lean back to hear big-name speechmaking.

Gov. Bill Lee is the keynoter.

The governor, a church-going conservative, has admitted fraud in violating the key state law on epidemics and quarantines, ushering the state and its 6.8 million people into a era of unlimited administrative unitary government by emergency. Fraud — he knowingly and intentionally refuses to obey Tenn. Code Ann. § 68-5-104, the protocols of which (had they been obeyed) would have barred his terrified shift to emergency controls and to the overthrow or roiling of all state institutions that followed.

But he was not a persona non grata Friday. All were glad to see him. His news brought good feelings about government in Tennessee, or governance, as some would call it. He was feted and hosted as a remarkable conservative, one with a heart, and good ideas on prison reform, law enforcement reform — sure to seek re-election.

The speechmaking Friday was private, serving a private interest, as does much of commercial government, from licensing regulation to traffic enforcement.

The GOP barred the press, only one member of which in the county has consistently laid fault for the medico-terror disaster at the party’s feet. ‡

Absent any words from Mr. Lee’s lips to report, it is fair to ask about the local Republican party in the hands of one Arch Trimble, who the day prior threatened protesters of Friday’s gala with expulsion.

Ideals of limited government?

Are not Republicans and conservatives anxious their governor has overthrown the courts and imposed administrative fiat across the state’s 95 counties?

We believe that the proper function of government is to do for the people those things that have to be done, but cannot be done, or cannot be done as well, by individuals; and that the most effective government is the government closest to its people.

This idea suggests what the Roman Catholics call the doctrine of subsidiarity, which Christianity calls self-government under God’s law and Christendom, bringing to view a decentralized legal and economic order. A biblical social order is highly libertarian, highly liberal, with few politics because there is no call in the Word for either executive or legislative “branches.” How close as the Lee administration come to this ideal? He’s not. 

Why have no party members complained of the CV-19 state of disaster he created? They are too invested in affinity with the “leader” and unwilling to be impugned, sidelined or left out.

We believe that free enterprise and encouragement of individual initiative and incentive have given this nation an economic system second-to-none.

To believe in “individual initiative” means that Arch Trimble and his allies believe health decisions should be local and personal, never top-down. Yet the jab project of Mr. Trimble’s governor and local officials such as Jim Coppinger, mayor of the county, are entirely top-down, and disregard the human immune system God has given to every man and woman.

We believe in the sanctity of life.

This dogma applies to the unborn. Republicans are usually pro-life. But what about the right of bodily integrity that the Becky Barnes’ health department rejects? The CV-19 jabs project lacks informed consent, is deceptively and fraudulent sold, is part of a global “prison planet” project of international elites, and is being done by parties involved in official misconduct and fraud, as court records show.

The Republicans accept continued use of the PCR test for at least 510 days, a laboratory experimental technique not designed to diagnose any patient’s condition and used with no in situ false positivity rate data gathering. False positives are probably between 97 percent and 100 percent.

We believe that the proper function of government is to do for the people those things that have to be done, but cannot be done, or cannot be done as well, by individuals; and that the most effective government is the government closest to its people.

Republicans are responsible for overthrow of constitutional government, the closure of the courts, the shutdown of open government, the creation of new forms of licensure and permits (masks), the abuse of police power against people not subject to it, the persistent use of dread, threat, false information, falsehoods, foreign rumor and unscientific claims to bully the people.

Mayor Coppinger the county mayor, like others in elected office, is confident of the mainstream narrative, and looks at skepticism about jab safety as the domain of weirdos and cranks. He told the local newspaper,

I personally, as soon as it was available to me, took the vaccine, and if they tell me I need a booster, I’ll do that too. I realize it’s not FDA-approved [for non-emergency use] and I’ll be glad when it is, and maybe that’ll change some people’s minds, and I get that. But we do know that it is effective and it is safe.

Positive, successful principles’

While conservatives talk much about how the “Republican Party is the best vehicle for translating these ideals into positive and successful principles of government

There is no test for the purported Covid-19, nor for supposed variants such as Delta, which is causing in Hamilton County a new panic. The PCR test is being fraudulently used, being misused, and does not identify any person’s health status.

Republican party principles sure sound good. Here’s a statement I suggest you not try to overthink (because it’s not carefully written).

We believe that good government is based on the individual and that each person’s ability, dignity, freedom and responsibility must be honored and recognized.

It’s possible that the Covid-19 overthrow of constitutional government and Christian limitations on the state is going bring a deep gloom, sorry and repentance upon Americans, as the republic seems destined for breakup and a Venezuela socialist-style economic slow burn. 

We believe we must retain those principles of the past worth retaining, yet always be receptive to new ideas with an outlook broad enough to accommodate thoughtful change and varying points of view.

Is it possible that Republican practice in Tennessee and many other states indicate the regulars and the elites are looking past old ideas and are “receptive to new ideas” and have “an outlook broad enough to accommodate thoughtful change.”

Our elected officials up and down have been silent and complaint with the violence of the Republican party and its chief. They appear not to care too much about vague principles and theories on a party platform.

The DNA-altering shot project running in Hamilton County has already taken 11,940 lives, many within days of the jab. There have been 4,799 heart attacks, 1,272 miscarriages. Altogether more than 1 million adverse reaction events. The federal VAERS tracking platform catches between 1 percent and 10 percent of actual incidents.

Gov. Bill Lee imposed mass testing, mass “lockdowns,” as if the people were guilty of sickness. His method has never been used before in the history of men treating mass conditions and epidemics — men have always isolated the sick, not the well. He rejected his oath and his Christian presuppositions to join in the panic of “leaders” worldwide who have drunk deep drafts from the goblet of despotism.

Gov. Lee has brought many, many harms upon the people. He’s brought novelty and innovation to the party, which is trying to adjust the new normal to the old ideas about liberty and free enterprise, or at least rearranging the old verbiage to fit the new scheme of things.

The mood at the Westin hotel in Chattanooga was upbeat, and the future bright.

It’s unlikely the Republican Party will help stop these evils. It is far more likely it will put its name on them in the name of public safety.

‡ Yes, me.

The Tulis Report is 1 p.m. weekdays at NoogaRadio 92.7 FM.

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