"They said, 'We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal under God, that they are endowed, that here we have it they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights.' By the way, rights cannot be taken away. They are not transferable. They can only be forfeited. "We go on, 'that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,'" Dean said, quoting the Declaration of Independence.
"Has anybody noticed what we're seeing today? What's under attack is life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness because we failed to learn from what our forefathers exhibited."
The founder of the You Can Run But You Cannot Hide International ministry pointed out that a government is instituted among men and that it derives its powers from the consent of the governed, which is the people who delegated that authority to them in the first place.
Dean noted that government agencies have a problem with the Declaration of Independence because they have no constitutional standing. The Declaration of Independence seems to be a stumbling block to these agencies because they are unconstitutionally founded and have no lawful standing. (Related: Their endgame for the flag, the national anthem, the declaration of independence and the constitution.)
The drummer of the band Junkyard Prophet said it is unfortunate that life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness is currently under attack in America. He added that it is the God-given right of the people to alter or abolish the government if they become destructive to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
He stressed that the purpose of the Founding Fathers in establishing the Declaration of Independence was to secure the God-given rights of the American people.
According to Dean, Americans don't really need to abolish the government, they only need good people in it.
"The Founding Fathers denounced a government's evils, abuses, usurpations and absolute despotism and they called on the American people to fulfill their duty, to throw off such government and provide new guards for their future security," he said. "The present government does not want the American people to know that and this is why they attack people and make examples out of them."
Dean noted that the federal government is a creature of the states and not the other way around, and that is why America has the 10th Amendment of the Bill of Rights to stop it.
"The American people need to rise up lawfully and deal with the government by impeaching and prosecuting it."
The president or any official of all three branches of the government can be lawfully removed by the American people based on the U.S. Constitution or any of the founding documents. Even the Supreme Court is not above the rule of law, Dean said.
He also wondered whether the Supreme Court is really taking on cases that keep the American people free and if it is still enforcing the law and condemning the wicked. Dean thinks the whole Roe vs. Wade case is a just distraction.
Dean said the case will absolutely go nowhere but "they are going to sell it off to the American people as a victory." He added that mainstream media outlets always have cameras at the Supreme Court because they want Americans to believe that they have the final say.
The "My War" mini-series documentary producer and director also noted that the government has no business sanctioning the murder of the innocent in the womb. He lamented that the American people have now been desensitized to allow their government to murder babies.
"The government has no business advocating the murder of the American people as part of population control being espoused by globalists like Bill Gates," he said.
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