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Been talking to Katherine Watt about this???

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Warner! Great seeing you at the statehouse yesterday. We are grateful for your work. God bless you.

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Oh I’m praying we see this happen!

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How about Barry Soetorro ? That bum was not eligible to be President. How about getting a patriot prosecutor to go after him like Bragg is with Donald Trump. For the record I can't stand Trump but what is right is right.

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This strikes a chord in me; one, perhaps, that only makes sense to me. The failure to complete oaths of office and sign affidavits reminds me of the Mortgage Electronic Registration System (MERS) scheme during the subprime mortgage crisis. The actual lender or loan originator listed MERS as a beneficiary on a mortgage or deed of trust even though MERS had no beneficial interest in the promissory note and was a fictional nominee. In the meantime, the actual beneficiaries (perhaps Chase or Wells Fargo, etc.) sold the mortgage up to a dozen times (perhaps to Wells Fargo or Chase or Bank of America) behind the scenes. The assignments were not recorded in the local property records. The beneficiary interest of record was fictionally left as MERS. When MERS moved to foreclose the homeowners (something it did not have the power to do) the homeowners did not know the real identify of the foreclosing entity (whether it was Wells, Chase, etc) that was hiding behind the MERS registration. Furthermore, the mortgage notes were not transferred to the successive banks and were often lost or destroyed. A federal judge finally ruled MERS transfers illegal. The MERS systems had been designed to avoid recording fees. The MERS system tried to replace a transparent public system that traces ownership and title for the public benefit with a clandestine private system that traces servicer rights for the benefit of servicers.

I am drawing a parallel between the shell game of the MERS system where title (and therefore power) didn't transfer to the named entity (MERS) and Federal appointees who do not fully complete their requirements (oaths and affidavits) to obtain their titles and are even listed as occupying a position different than the position (title) they allegedly occupy. Homeowners had to challenge MERS who pretended to have power it didn't have. Now, the lawsuit against the administration officials is seeking to claw back power wrongly exercised by incompletely appointed officials.

Because so much over the last four years cannot be excused as incompetence, I wonder how the administration is benefitting from the shell system of administrators they have created.

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Perhaps the citizens can withdraw the surety bonds that pay the salaries ?

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I believe the spitting on regulations and laws became a pandemic during the Clinton Regime.

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is there a link to previous affidavits that have been recorded? Redfield, gerberding?

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Great to hear about this despicable vermin abandoning ship; one can only hope that more follow, and that every one of them lands in piranha-infested waters. The situation regarding the oath of office is very curious, especially considering that every bit of "authority" that every one of the agents has taken upon him or herself has been under color of law, because not one of these three letter agencies has any actual authority......as last year's West Virginia vs EPA confirmed. The entire structure of the privateering de facto banana republic masquerading as "the government" has been operating outside of any semblence of pretense at law for a very long time.

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Hey Warner,

Left a msg earlier today about a team of righteous attorneys combating the ones about to receive harsh judgement. I attend a place of worship with modeRNA day prophets & this movement of goød will be epic.

https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke%2011%3A46-52&version=NKJV

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Failure to properly take an oath of office also applies to many government appointees.

More importantly, failure to do so precludes them from receiving surety or liability insurance coverage for malfeasance or committing criminal acts while pretending to be "in office." No oath; no office; no insurance. BEAUTIFUL!

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Someone mentioned revoking surety bonds. Perhaps these links can help:

BONDS FOR THE WIN: https://bondsforthewin.com/

STOP THE TYRANNY FIGHT BACK: https://bondsforthewin.com/stop-the-tyranny-fight-back/

From Bonds for the Win homepage:

Surety bonds provide financial guarantees that bondholders such as public officials, companies, contractors, or unions will uphold their contracts according to mutual terms.

Surety bonds protect WE THE PEOPLE from fraud and malpractice. When a bondholder breaks a bond’s terms, the harmed party can make a claim on the bond to recover losses.

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I’m greatly moved at the possibility of this being straightened out properly- and very well so. Praying along for the biggest battles ahead. You would think that health is number one priority for everyone. Everything else eventually becomes realized in the general scheme of life. It’s shameful to know that such selfish acts of cowardice continue to go unpunished. I’ll relish the days and nights of joy when we know they are completely removed from power over our God- given rights, freedom and peace. Autonomy included! Simultaneously, there’s a very special thing I see more each day which says we’re more united as people caring about our actions and words. This kindness not only is for the receiver, but for our own peace and wellness. How it affects us is a grand part of the whole as we traverse these changes. No one can take that from us nor should it be allowed. Thank you for your part!

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The link for the Dallas Conference populates an Arizona date.

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Patel Patriot ( https://substack.com/@patelpatriot ) has several articles devoted to the topic of "devolution" and the fact the installed regime is not legal, accounting for many process / protocol discrepancies (e.g. the use of props) - could this account for no oath of office? He has since joined up with Badlands Media and they have written extensively about the background pysops. One of my favorite deals with the Fed (https://badlands.substack.com/p/master-and-commander) and what really is going on with the US dollar.

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No surprise that there are no "oaths of office."

In 1995 I asked for a copy of the oath of office for a Judge and there was none yet he had been sitting on the bench for several years!

But "officials" are privileged, aren't they?

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