Wisconsin Constitution Party’s Riley J. Hood: ‘Nest of Vipers’

Riley Hood, Milwaukee County Constitution Party Chairman

by Riley J. Hood, Chairman of the Constitution Party of Milwaukee County

“Ye serpents, ye generation of vipers,
how can ye escape the damnation of hell?” -Matthew 23:33

Republican hacks tell you to vote for Trump so we can “maintain our conservative majority” on the Supreme Court. Any Court that rules in favor of the ACLU, homosexuals and abortionists is not conservative. There is a candidate for President, Darrell Castle, who affirms the Moral Order. He knows the US Constitution and is willing to affect its remedies to clean out that nest of vipers known as the US Supreme Court.
Mr. Castle knows the corruption of this branch of our Federal Government goes deeper than surface observation and requires Constitutional remedies to clean it up. Here is some of the post WWII history of your Supreme Court-
McCollum v. Board of Education Dist. (1948) The Court bans religious instruction in public schools as a violation of the establishment clause.
Torcaso v. Watkins (1961) The Court struck down Maryland’s oath of office. Requiring belief in God violates the Establishment Clause.
Engel v. Vitale (1962) Prayer in public school districts is declared unconstitutional.
Murray v. Curlett (1963) Leading public school children in Bible reading and prayer declared unconstitutional.
Epperson v. Arkansas (1968) Statutes banning the teaching of evolution are declared unconstitutional, because of religious motivation. Religious motivation will be ferreted out and States must now prove their laws are secular.
Lemon v. Kurtzman (1971) The Court established a “secular test” to interpret the First Amendment’s “separation of church and state”: 1) the government action must have a secular purpose; 2) its primary purpose must not be to inhibit or to advance religion; 3) there must be no excessive entanglement between government and religion.
Allegheny County v. ACLU (1989) Nativity scenes on public land.
Stone v. Graham (1980) Posting the Ten Commandments in public schools.
Wallace v. Jaffree (1985)Moment of silence at public schools, all declared unconstitutional.
Edwards v. Aquillard (1987) The Court struck down Equal Time for Creation laws because teaching “creation science” has a religious motivation.
Lee v. Weisman (1992) Clergy led prayer at public school functions declared a government sponsorship of religion. The Court intervened to stop the “psychological coercion of children.”
There are the cases affirming religious liberty, such as- Church of Lukumi Babalu Ave., Inc. v. Hialeah(1993) Municipal bans on killing animals for religious sacrifices, while allowing hunting are discrimination against the Santeria religion.  The Supreme Court states that prisoners can conduct Satanic rituals, Muslims can grow beards and wear veils in spite of any regulation or employer policy to the Contrary. While State Courts can’t have the Ten Commandments or anything Christian in their building, the Supreme Court put up a Monument to Mohamed as being a great lawgiver.
It is no wonder that this body of evil people handed down Roe v. Wade, resulting in 60 million aborted babies since 1973 and no end in sight.  This court struck down anti-sodomy laws in 2003 and same-sex marriage bans in 2015. The Supreme Court has a religious motivation, the hatred of Christianity. It opposes everything Christian and promotes everything un-Christian.  Their record is one of repeated injuries designed to destroy the Republic.
The Constitution Party’s Darrell Castle understands that “separation of church and state” appears nowhere in the Constitution.  The term originated from Baptists who wanted to keep their Churches free from State control.  Mr. Castle affirms our Platform which states. We particularly support all legislation which would remove from Federal appellate review jurisdiction matters involving the acknowledgement of God as the sovereign source of law, liberty, and government.”
Constitution Party of Wisconsin
PO Box 070344
Milwaukee WI, 53207

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