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We do NOT need to accept the results of the election and we can do that legally

Posted by John Reed on

Mark Christoph said, “Whether they accept it or not is irrelevant because nothing will change unless they riot in the streets nationwide. ”
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I think there are things short of rioting in the streets that can be done. Boycott the biased media out of existence or at least to a much smaller Internet-only role.
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Charles Murray’s book By the People offers an intriguing approach. The Right sort of does what the Left did in the Civil Rights era: refuse to comply with regulations.
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The government is like a shepherd. It can only be successful if the people are like sheep. What if the sheep said no when the shepherd said go this way? What’s he going to do—push each one individually? The government does not have enough people to force everyone individually to comply with all the regulations—200,000 pages. If the right side of the spectrum simply refuses to abide by the regulations they don’t think are right—like the Civil Rights activists—what’s the government going to do about it? Raise the number of bureaucrat enforcers from 2 million to 40 million? They can’t. Massive civil disobedience would force the government to admit they are bluffing when they tell, say, 300 million people to buy health insurance or else.
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Who enforces that law? The IRS. And they are so big and scary, right? There are 95,000 IRS employees and about 250 million tax returns. Furthermore, the vast majority of IRS employees are not auditors. And most audits are easy for the IRS because the IRS intimidates the sheep. But what if every single audit notice results in a full fight by the auditee? Disagree and file a Tax Court suit to avoid paying, go to trial, then, if you lose, pay the tax you owed and the interest on that tax, and thank IRS for the loan in the interim.
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But the fact is if every single person who gets audited exercised ALL their rights to resist—LEGALLY—the IRS will collect little or no revenue. The system cannot handle everyone exercising all their rights—not even close. It would be like a rule-book slowdown. And I say all that as the author of the book Aggressive Tax Avoidance for Real Estate Investors, now in its 19th edition. http://johntreed.com/…/aggressive-tax-avoidance-for-real-es…
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Then there are the reforms advocated in my book The Unelected President like the national binding referendum amendment and another amendment to replace the current Congress with one run like a grand jury. Just those amendments starting to get traction would scare the ever-loving crap out of the left and the Establishment. http://johntreed.com/products/the-unelected-president-novel
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Yes, we can, and it does not have to be riots in the streets.

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