Late last night, I arrived home from an extended birthday weekend. I decided to open my laptop and take a peek at Facebook. I hadn’t been on very much for a few days and thought I better check on my friends and catch up a little on what I had missed while I was away. What little news I did catch involved a plane crash near San Francisco’s airport and the events of the day at the Zimmerman/ Martin trial. It didn’t appear that I had really missed out on much. So I started my scroll down the newsfeed. I was exhausted from my trip and my eyes were getting heavy when all of a sudden, a video caught my eye. I almost saved it for later, but the title managed to grab my attention. The title on the video was “Watch as Obama supporters sign away the Bill of Rights in the Constitution.” So I reluctantly opened the link and proceeded to watch what happened.
The video was published on July 8, 2013. It featured a man named Mark Dice who would approach some California beach goers and ask them to support Obama by signing a petition to repeal the Bill of Rights. I knew very little about the interviewer at the time. In fact it was only today that I was able to do a little research on him and found him to be quite controversial. It appears he has ruffled some feathers with his views on the 9/11 Truther controversy, the Illuminati, the Bilderberg Group, the new World Order, the Bohemian Grove and the Skull and Bones controversies as well. However, putting these aside, the message that he resonated in this video was quite chilling: Support Obama by signing the petition to repeal the Bill of Rights.
I watched in horror as one by one, American citizens of all ages would take the pen and sign their name. They would even go as far as to include their birth date and their home address. I could not fathom what they were thinking when they signed their names to that petition. I could only think just how dangerous Obama is that his supporters would trust the legislation presented to them without knowing the consequences. Of course in reality, there is no legislation to actually repeal the Bill of Rights, but this is what the people signing the petition believed and accepted.
We may never know what they were thinking as Mr. Dice described the Bill of Rights as “ancient” and “outdated”, momentarily causing people to forget the beach awhile as they signed their “Rights” away in order to supposedly support Obama.
Do they not know what the Bill of Rights is? Are they that blind as to the danger of what legislation this extreme would mean–that their drive to support Obama would override the laws of our land and remove their very freedoms? I shudder to think; but this video and the results of the 2012 election are strong indications that this just might be the case.
If you haven’t seen the video, you can watch it here: