Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, The fruit of the womb is a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior, So are the children of one’s youth. Happy is the man who has his quiver full of them; They shall not be ashamed, But shall speak with their enemies in the gate. — Psalm 1273-5
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Aug. 6, 2022 — The questions for mayor-elect Weston Wamp are: Will you obey the law that directs the government, and will you protect the people in their rights when tyranny looms on the horizon?
The question as awhole is not the doctrinaire concern for “safety” by which conservatives beg for the police-security state for their peace of mind.
The question is about protection from the police and security state in Washington and, to a lesser extent, in Nashville. When the good people in Nashville and Washington require a “mandate” be imposed upon remote pretended authority, will Mayor Wamp stand against this claim?
Or will he cooperate?
Mr. Wamp and his wife, Shelby, are young family people with four small children. Having a “heritage from the Lord” and “fruit of the womb” is a part of living out a conception of futurity, of dominion, of warfare, of being left alone.
Mr. Wamp’s quiver is full, with his wife, Shelby, and these children “shall not be ashamed, but shall speak with their enemies in the gate,” the psalmist says.
Conflict over the gate
The breakdown of the brittle U.S. political order promises to confront state and county officials with many tests as to their integrity, honor and obedience to the law. Republicans and their governor in Tennessee, Bill Lee, failed a first test. Mr. Lee yielded to panic, dread and threat, and in “necessity” over a jinned-up pandemic in 2020 overturned the economic and political order among 6.8 million people. Right now in court, he is attempting to cement his gains in the case or a health security police state by refusing to yield to my claims in State ex rel Tulis v. Lee.
Manga negligentia culpa est, magna culpa dolus est. Gross negligence is a fault, gross fault is a fraud (Bouvier’s Maxims, 1858).
Mr. Wamp is member of a political family. His dad, Zach, was regional representative to the Washington government 1995 to 2011. The temptation of coming from such an environment is to think that everything is negotiable, with the law itself receding into the background, along with the constitution. Working things out for the benefit of all contending in an interest, arguing for a share of the federal loot teaches a youth in the Wamp household about vital arts of negotiation and cooperation, and thinking long term, whether it be projects or favors. A stick-in-the mud politician like Ron Paul of Texas negotiates only a little. He is a man of conviction and principle, and won’t favor any measure that’s unconstitutional..
Mr. Wamp enters the F$184,844 per year office (federal reserve bank digital scrip paid direct deposit) with much insight into the American system, and many connections in state and federal capitals.
Will he stand on principle for the rights of the people whom the constitution protects and who are also protected by the statutes, with their limits under the presumption that no man is hurt by any law?
Mr. Wamp speaks amiably about Jim Coppinger, the county mayor, and doesn’t want to “throw him under the bus.”
But the problem is Jim Coppinger refuses his oath, and starting with the March 2020 state of emergency committed official misconduct by having anything to do with a fraudulent act of emergency from a far place, namely the Nashville seat of state government.
Will Mayor Wamp fire Rheubin Taylor, county attorney, who advised participation, or by omission did not warn against it? What about William H. Stoll, paid F$101,035.52 per annum, to manage the county’s legal risk? What about the new top officer of the health department, Dr. Stephen Miller, paid $220,000, who makes no dissent in admitted fraud by his employer? What about Sabrina Novak, administrator, who replaced Becky Barnes, whom under suit?
The county participates in the unapproved jab project with experimental medicines backed by nothing but junk science and taxpayer funding. Mr. Wamp’s health department, making 204,065 (55 percent) people in Hamilton County “fully vaccinated.” This project promises to be a legal disaster that the county attorney has failed to investigate and that Mr. Coppinger accepts, hoping for the best.
Every death that arises from these shots, administered amid the county’s admitted fraud, is a liability problem for the county and a risk needing management. I demanded an accounting in September 2021 with a remonstrance signed by 105 local people. The county commission, led by Sabrena Smedley, is not impressed.
Will Wamp find, use trigger?
The question for Mr. Wamp is will he exercise the trigger that exists in the federal compact among the states with the government in Washington. The trigger is the authority of local people to protect the rights of the people they represent and to deliver them from harm and abuse.
Will he stay “I will not [refer to Mr. President or President biden], and you can go f – – k yourself” (as Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis did before hanging up the phone) when the department of justice says it intends to enforce an executive order on firearms ownership using local government?
Will Mr. Wamp say, “No, we will forgo your USDA free lunch money if you insist on queering Hamilton County public schools. Good day — and good riddance”?
Will Mr. Wamp say, “Sorry!” when informed that in-person elections are too dangerous, and all voting must be by mail, per an new federal law or a new executive order?
When fraud-monger Lee, who says the infectious disease law in Tennessee makes no claims upon him, says the state must deal with a new “virus” and the economy must be “locked down” — will Weston Wamp say, “show me your authority, Gov. Lee — otherwise, forget it. No emergency measures in Hamilton County without a lawful warrant, a lawful or legal basis, without a nonfraudulent exigency?”
Just as God sees children as arrows into the future, and sees a man with children as having a stake in the future, he allows for the possibility that a king may err by accident.
When a ruler has sinned, and done something unintentionally against any of the commandments of the Lord his God in anything which should not be done, and is guilty, or if his sin which he has committed comes to his knowledge, he shall bring as his offering a kid of the goats, a male without blemish. —Lev. 4:22, 23
No innocent error occurred in the scorched-earth communist-style government Tennessee suffered starting March 2020, with billions of free federal money coming to the state corporation and businesses in the state as reward. My suit against Gov. Lee today is in its 674th day without relief. He has been under suit, and under notice about violation of the constitution and the law, all that time — and it makes no matter.
What about Weston Wamp? Will he allow himself innocent error to abuse us, simply not knowing the law, and not having studied the constitution’s bill of rights, for starters? Are there excuses among public officials about Jim Coppinger — “he didn’t know and did the best he could”? Is Mr. Wamp intentionally among them? Is Mr. Wamp intending to study of state law and the wrongs Hamilton County did to its own people, without repentance, without a change of course?
Will the general acceptance by political and economic elites of mass fraud and mass injury by Republicans and Democrats soothe his soul and spare him the need to study the doctrine of just resistance, aka “the doctrine of the lesser magistrate” developed by Matthew Trewhella and others? ‡
Among the children of Israel, there might have been the king who acts “unintentionally” against a commandment of God, and when it “comes to his knowledge,” he performs acts of public repentance, lest the people as a whole suffer God’s judgment.
The entire social and political context in which Mr. Wamp enters office disallows either possibility: Deliberate fraud by the governor, Mr. Coppinger and Becky Barnes, administrator of the health department. Or entering the Covid-19 “pandemic” scheme unintentionally and in error.
It’s going to take some doing on Mr. Wamp’s part to separate himself from the conventional thinking about mutual defense, local defense, county autonomy, the independent city-state concept that inheres in Christian theology and much of libertarian thought.
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