Oath Keepers Vow to Guard Kim Davis From Further Imprisonment

Gateway Pundit – by Jim Hoft

Stewart Rhodes and national and local leadership of the Oath Keepers organization released video Thursday vowing to protect Christian Rowan County Court Clerk from further arrests.  

Oath Keepers offer of protection for embattled Clerk Kim Davis

Stewart Rhodes released this statement.

STATEMENT BY STEWART RHODES:

We believe Federal District Court Judge David Bunning grossly overstepped his bounds and violated Mrs Davis’ due process rights, and in particular her right to a jury trial. This judge has assumed unto himself not just the powers of all three branches of government, but has also taken on the powers of judge, jury, and “executioner.” What matters to us is not whether you agree with her position on gay marriage or her decision to not issue marriage licenses. What matters is that the judge is violating the Constitution in his anger and desire to punish her for going against his will. We are already being subjected to an unconstitutional imperial presidency, that grew exponentially under both Bush and Obama, expanding the claimed war powers of the president to swallow up our Bill of Rights and circumvent jury trial. The result is an executive branch that claims the absurd power to declare any American an “unlawful combatant” on the say-so of the president alone.

Now we see the rise of an imperial judiciary that not only legislates from the bench but is attempting to expand their “contempt” power to likewise swallow up our Bill of Rights and circumvent jury trial. Both methods are used to allow the powerful office holder to merely point his finger and have his opponent thrown behind bars without a grand jury indictment and without being found guilty by a jury of their peers. No innocent until proven guilty before a jury. Just “guilty” because the leader says so. That is a dictatorship, whether done by a president or by a judge. No one man should have that kind of power in his hands alone to decide guilt and impose a sentence of indefinite detention. Under our Constitution, that dictatorial power does not exist. We must stand against this. And so we will protect her and prevent it from happening again. – Stewart Rhodes

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2015/09/video-oath-keepers-vow-to-guard-kim-davis-from-further-imprisonment/

18 thoughts on “Oath Keepers Vow to Guard Kim Davis From Further Imprisonment

  1. Why weren’t they sitting in the courtroom the first time she was sentenced? Why the Hollywood floor show now? My pet goldfish could achieve the same thing by sitting in his freshly cleaned water bowl while giving the finger.

    This is about big donations, huge motor homes, steak barbecues, and serious honky tonkin.

    Why aren’t they camped out in front of the Supreme Court building gallows and guillotines?

  2. I just decline all services from the court over and over like I’m telling a car salesman no. No public defender, no thanks. No pleading innocent or guilty… No thanks. Over and over. I don’t consent. I’m the people not you. Etc… I have the rights to face my accuser. Where is the victim? I don’t see a victim, don’t tell me the asshole who assaulted me with those lights and then accused me of everything under the sun is the victim, he can f#@k off. Then I finish up by calling them all crazy and violent wanting to put all their neighbors in jail to satisfy illegal contracts with private corporations. I have no contract with the state…NO THANKS! It works for me.

  3. Mark, is it more like a campout? Get together with your buddies? If I drive hundreds of miles to take a stand somewhere, creature comforts, motor homes, and beer guzzling ain’t on my list. Maybe when we’re done exterminating the varmits.

    1. LOL….

      Millard

      The only F!@%ing oath they have kept is to keep the beer cold, the steaks thick, motorhomes fueled and squared away. Oh yeah, donations accounted for.

      1. Hey Millard, i was at Bunkerville enjoying some Bundy beef burgers when all of a sudden the oath keepers started heading out, paper plate in hand back to there camp, loaded up there gear “post haste and fled to Mesquite where there hotel room was a waiting. Stewart Rhodes said that Eric Holder had called in a drone strike on Bunkerville. Some oath keepers returned and tore off there oath keepers insignia.i suggest Rhodes read, The Red Badge of Courage. It was really amazing to watch all this go down while the sun was setting:)_

  4. All you really need to know about the “Oathkeepers” is that they’re catering to the propaganda machine by associating themselves with these high-profile cases, and have no time for any constitutional violations that won’t help them achieve greater name recognition.

    They’re not devoted to any cause except their own advancement, and may only exist as a front organization that helps the tyrants identify dissidents.

    Basically, they’re a gang of pigs, and they’re full of shit, so no one should expect anything good from them when things go south. The entire organization could be working for the enemy, and may be waiting to shoot a lot of Patriots in the back.

    Your militia group should consist of neighbors, and people you already know. These people are in the spotlight for a reason, and it’s not a good one.

    1. Mark and J.R., with Henry making his stand and exposing the cold, hard, truth, and you know it is, otherwise, we’d have, at least heard a response by now. They have a problem, there is no argument against the truth.

      1. They have a lot more of a problem than you think. If I know Henry, Don’s about to feel what it’s like, when you disrespect a commander in the United States Militia. Too much goes down around here to put up with treason.

        JD and Henry (or any of the rest of us) aren’t out here risking our necks for fools like Don. This shit is going to stop, end of story. Either you are or you aren’t.

  5. Stewart Rhodes is a former Ron Paul staffer. Anyone with an ounce of perception can see that Ron Paul is ” Controlled Opposition “, otherwise like William ” Bill ” Milton Cooper, he too would be pushing up daisies. Thus, in my view, Oath Keepers is nothing more than a ” false hope ” distraction and a joke. And the joke is on those who buy their bullshit. Defend against domestic enemies ? They don’t have the balls . . .

    One more thing, Rhodes is a Yale Law School graduate. You know Yale, Skull & Bones, Bush’s, Kerry, et al ???

    1. I have to respectfully disagree about Ron Paul. He’s spoken just too much truth with great consistency over decades to be controlled opposition, particularly in regards to Israeli control of US foreign policy. This is why the government media has spent so much effort to paint him as a kook. If government thugs were to assassinate him, it would only give him more credibility in the eyes of the sheep.

      As for Oath Keepers, it’s a nice idea in theory, and it’s possible that Stewart Rhodes meant well when he founded it. They’ve publicly supported Edward Snowden and encouraged others to follow his lead. That counts for something in my book.

      Nevertheless, it can’t be overlooked that Oath Keepers are not keeping their oath. Refusing to obey unconstitutional orders is not equivalent to protecting the Constitution. Standing aside while watching the Constitution get raped and murdered is not “defending the Constitution.” Furthermore, it could be argued that anyone who serves this government is helping the enemies of the Constitution to rape and murder it — especially the police, who directly enforce blatantly unconstitutional and unjust laws.

      So, however noble Stewart Rhodes’ intentions may have been, the Oath Keepers are indeed full of shit. No one in the US military or on US police forces is defending the Constitution (unless some are involved in clandestine activities that we don’t know about). Those people are willing to fight farmers and goat herders thousands of miles away, but they don’t have the balls to do jack shit against the domestic enemies of the Constitution. Yet those maggots have the nerve to demand that they be worshipped as heroes for “fighting for our freedom.”

      1. “He’s spoken just too much truth with great consistency over decades to be controlled opposition,…”

        Which is exactly what controlled opposition is designed to do. That’s what makes it effective.

        “If government thugs were to assassinate him, it would only give him more credibility in the eyes of the sheep.”

        If he wasn’t controlled opposition, they would have no qualms whatsoever about assassinating him. Not all assassinations are carried out with a gun.

        https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=5&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CDYQFjAEahUKEwi516uOsPLHAhWKWogKHdxZDjc&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.city-data.com%2Fforum%2Fpolitics-other-controversies%2F1358000-korean-airlines-flight-007-shot-down.html&usg=AFQjCNFINTbHS1eZMF1RlRXEHCzQUbpA_g&bvm=bv.102537793,d.cGU

        This is what happens to those who are not part of their agenda.

        1. “Which is exactly what controlled opposition is designed to do. That’s what makes it effective.”

          But if we take that view, couldn’t just about any prominent figure who publicly speaks out against the Zionist mafia, the police state, etc., be accused of being controlled opposition?

          Or, looking at it another way, what more could we expect Ron Paul to have said or done if he were not controlled opposition?

          I’ve always thought of controlled opposition as being more inclined to take the “limited hangout” approach. You’re probably already familiar with the term, but in case you or another reader isn’t:

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limited_hangout

          You mention, quite correctly, that assassination needn’t be carried out with a gun. In a way, they DID assassinate Ron Paul: they assassinated his character. He was painted as a racist, a nutjob, and all sorts of other crap. Once this was done and he was no longer a political threat, there was no longer any need to actually take his life. Making him a martyr might have even galvanized the liberty movement.

          I do agree that they would have taken him out if they felt it would serve their purposes best. I’m very aware that this sort of thing is done (e.g., the deaths of people like Michael Hastings are highly suspicious to say the least).

          Ultimately, we can agree to disagree about Ron Paul being controlled opposition. It’s just that if he is, then the scheme seems to have backfired. He has woken up quite a few people to the creeping tyranny we face. So in the long run, the question is probably moot.

          1. “But if we take that view, couldn’t just about any prominent figure who publicly speaks out against the Zionist mafia, the police state, etc., be accused of being controlled opposition?”

            It depends solely on the degree of their opposition (or ‘transgression’). There are lines that can’t be crossed – even by jews…

            “We the Jews invented the myth of being God’s Chosen People.”

            “Dr. Oscar Levy (1867 – 1946) was a “jewish” physician born in Germany, his father was a banker. Levy later moved to England and became a writer, primarily, a scholar of the (non-“jewish”) antichrist, Nietzsche. Dr. Levy, after his statement above, died a sudden and mysterious death.”
            Source: A Greater “Miracle” Than The Lost Ten Tribes Discovered… The Dead “Six Million” Uncovered! by Brian Alois Cleraubat.

            “Most Jews do not like to admit it, but our god is Lucifer.”

            Harold Rosenthal (1947 – 1976)
            “On Aug. 12, 1976, he was killed in a foiled skyjacking in Istanbul. Walter White concluded that the incident was a cover for Rosenthal’s murder.”

            And most recently, Joan Rivers.

            “Once this was done and he was no longer a political threat,…”

            Sorry, but I don’t believe for a minute that he was ever a “political threat”, at least not in the sense that he could actually accomplish any of his stated goals.

            They merely change the rules of the game if it comes to that, just as they did with him, once he had acquired the requirements necessary at the time.

        2. Ron Paul, he’s odd, as in “the odd man out.” Well publicized family history of having a backstabbing son, “Wailing Wall Rand Paul”. Nice family history we got goin’ there. Does anyone think either one deserves any credence?

  6. Blah Blah Blah….More Oathbreaker crap. These guys are a joke and all need to be hung in my opinion. They did nothing during the Boston incident nor during the Bundy incident. They even knew about that one gun shop being raided by the ATF months ago. They knew it was going to be raided minutes before it did and had an “emergency” meeting minutes elsewhere before the ATF arrived so they conveniently wouldn’t be there at that time to help the guy out. They just like to show their faces and say something pretty but never take action and run when things get too hot for them. Bunch of cowards and traitors.

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