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Preserve Constitutional Rights

No one should be silenced or have their rights trampled. Jo Rae Perkins will fight for your Constitutional rights. She will honor her Oath to uphold and defend the Constitution for the United States of America, against all enemies foreign and domestic!

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Rockit

This is a little long, but if you’re going to try to fix the USA, you’ve got a lot of work to do.

https://constitutioncenter.org/interactive-constitution/full-text

Does the 2A of the US Constitution say that: “…..the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”? Are you aware that ALL gun laws, both state and federal, are unconstitutional? “Shall not be infringed” is kind of clear isn’t it? Are you aware that in every blue city in the nation thugs are shooting each other every single night? Are you aware that in red areas just outside those blue cites, where nearly every home has guns, shootings are much more rare? Will you vote against EVERY new anti-gun law that you can?

Are you aware of an abuse of citizens called “civil asset forfeiture”? Would you introduce and vote for a law outlawing taking any property, money, or any other assets from American citizens until they have been convicted of a crime? Here are 2 short video stories of people who had money seized with no criminal charges, much less convictions. Please watch both, and if you win, show them to all people in the senate and house. I want this stopped nationwide by ALL law enforcement:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MkeS_0NQUZs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsre7I0UUJA

Do American citizens have a right to show support for their political candidates using peaceful assembly, signs, bumper stickers, hats, and clothing, etc? Is it OK if thugs who support opposing candidates assault those citizens, harass, get in their face and yell and scream, threaten them, yank off their hats and other political clothing? Are you aware that since Trump came down the golden escalator in 2015, leftist thugs have harassed, assaulted, intimidated, and even murdered Trump supporters? Are you aware of the man who had his house bombed because of his Trump yard signs? Will you introduce and vote for a bill that gives full immunity from prosecution (civil and criminal) to people who defend themselves against leftist thugs using whatever means they, and they alone, think is needed at the time? Assaults, harassment, intimidation, threats, battery, murder, arson, and more for political reasons should be a hate crime.

Are you aware of the Mike Strickland (a journalist) case in Portland where he was being pursued by a mob of thugs, pulled his carry pistol to try to make them back off, didn’t fire a shot, but was arrested and prosecuted – and I think served jail time? Will you introduce and vote for a law to give people like Mike full immunity from criminal and civil prosecution when they use any level of force that they, and they alone, think they need to defend themselves or others? Watch the short Project Veritas video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_0MQdpBIF0

Do you think Americans have a right to defend themselves, their families, other people, and their property in their homes, in their cars, on their property, or anywhere else inside the borders of the USA? Will you introduce and vote for a bill allowing full immunity from civil or criminal prosecution for all self-defense acts that occur within the borders of the USA? Essentially a national stand your ground doctrine. Or do criminals have more rights than law-abiding people just trying to defend themselves?

Republicans need to have 20 or 30 laws introduced into congress before the end of the year that they can call a vote on in both houses on Jan 3rd and send to Joe Biden on Jan 4th. They also need to introduce articles of impeachment against Biden for total incompetence and for bribing Ukrainian officials to remove the Burisma investigation, Schumer/Waters/ and more for threatening the USSC Justices and Trump supportes, against Merrick Garland for failure to do his job, against all the players in the Russia, Russia hoax, against Hillary for her illegal server and on and on and on.

Are you willing to shut down the US government, other than the military, SSI, and Medicare, until the border wall construction is proceeding at a feverish pitch, and until every illegal is turned away, and until LEGAL immigration is cut to 10% of the current level to make up for the invasion that Biden, the Dems, and many RINOs, have encouraged for the past 50 or so years?

Do you think it is reasonable that the rules for passing various bills are subject to being changed by the party in power? Today it’s 60%, tomorrow it’s 50%, etc. Dems threaten to change the rules every time they can’t get their way any other way. Will you introduce legislation that requires all new laws and budgets to get not less than a 60% vote in both the house and senate, unless the Constitution requires a larger percentage? I’m sick and tired of Democrats threatening to change the rules, eliminate the filibuster, pack the USSC, pass Democrat vote-cheating schemes, and on and on and on. If a bill or budget can’t get 60% support it should fail.

These are just a few preliminary thoughts. There’s a lot to be done. If past history is any guide, Republicans will gain power and accomplish Jack Shyte, just like they did for Trump’s first 2 years when they had Congress and the WH.

Trump was a fighter. He beat the tar out of a CNN talking head in that funny video. That’s what we need: fighters. That’s why we elected him, then the whining leftist Dems, the RINOs, and never-Trump virtue signalers worked non-stop his entire term to limit the good that he was able to do, but he did a lot considering the hate that was directed at him.

Thank you very much.

    Jo Rae Perkins

    Thank you for the question.
    I am for your 2A rights. And yes, the guns laws passed in Oregon and other states are unconstitutional.
    I am a 100% Constitutionalist. I will not vote in favor of any bill and I mean any bill that is not 100% Constitutional.
    Hope that answers your concerns.

    Jo Rae

Matty Dee

I am an atheist who does not subscribe to any religious beliefs and prefer a strong separation of church and state. How do you intend to represent me and my views in regards to the establishment clause?

    Jo Rae Perkins

    the idea of separation of church and state is false. However, you have the right to your belief. You choose to be an atheist, I choose not to be. I will vote according to what the U.S. Constitution says the role of the federal / US Senate is. My personal faith is my moral compass. We have both Moral and Civil Law. Whether one believes in God or not, we all have in innate moral compass.
    President Jefferson, in responding to the Danbury Baptists stated, “Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between Man & his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legitimate powers of government reach actions only, & not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should ʺmake no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,ʺ thus building a wall of separation between Church & State” And he was correct in that. But his comments are misconstrued. He did not say that faith has no business with the state. The 1st Amendment states no law respecting the establishment or prohibiting it. Jefferson in fact fought to disestablish Anglican church in a Virginia Colony. He felt that state support for a specific religion was not right. Citizens should not have to support a church via taxation which they did not follow. Both Jefferson and Madison mixed religion and government. Source: https://www.mtsu.edu/first-amendment/article/885/establishment-clause-separation-of-church-and-state

    Thank you for asking.
    Jo Rae

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