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Lost Arts Radio Show #277 - Special Guest Richard Mack

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Sheriff Richard Mack (www.cspoa.org) returns this Sunday to Lost Arts Radio, to remind us all, including the more than 3,000 U.S. Sheriffs, that we are supposed to have a trusted friend and ally in the County Sheriff. The Sheriff is elected by the people of each U.S. county, and takes the solemn oath to defend the Constitution (and the rights and freedoms of the people which it acknowledges and guarantees) against all enemies, both foreign and domestic. Sheriff Mack has clarified, that does not mean SOME enemies of the Constitution, it means all of them, including private criminals or gangs, but also those acting under color of law, as representatives of government at any level, city, county, state, federal, or international.

There is a common misconception these days, that declaring an "emergency" suspends our rights and freedoms, usually justified as necessary for the common good. The fact that any modern-day citizen would believe this nonsense is a sign how far the campaign to dumb us down has succeeded. Obviously if simply declaring and emergency can suspend our God-given rights, we don't have any rights at all. They can all disappear with the stroke of a pen, or a decree by our rulers. This is not how a Constitutional Republic works.

Sheriffs in each county have the power to arrest those enforcing unconstitutional orders or "laws." But have the Sheriffs escaped the hypnosis that has overtaken most of us? That will soon be seen, as the present "emergency" is used to justify our enslavement and to lockdown our lives. The virus is real, and man-made, funded by your tax dollars at work through NIH. But it could be stopped by harmless, natural methods. That is, if information about them were not being censored. We're in a serious situation. Can Sheriffs still help? Let's ask Richard Mack on Sunday's show.

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