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Episode 19

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The Trump Trials Tour

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Trump Trials Tour

1. April 4, 2023 - Manhattan DA Bragg announces indictment - 34 Felony Counts. Press Release; Indictment.

2. July 27, 2023 - Federal Grand Jury in Miami, FL Indicts Trump - 37 Felony Counts. WPBF article; Indictment

3. August 1, 2023 - Federal Grand Jury in Washington, D.C. indicts Trump - 4 Felony Counts. Democracy Docket; Indictment

Article 92 of the UCMJ

  1. Failure to obey and order or regulation
  2. Dereliction of duty.

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The USA Patriot Act

Domestic Violence

  1. Oxford Dictionary
  2. Justice.gov
  3. Violence Against Women Act (Federal Domestic Violence Law)
  4. MS Domestic Violence Law

Transgenderism

Understanding transgenderism

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Chris Williams:

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America,

Chris Williams:

Good morning fellow Americans.

Chris Williams:

It is awesome to have one more day to breathe the fresh air of liberty.

Chris Williams:

Hey, we're glad you're here and we welcome you to episode 19.

Chris Williams:

Today we'll talk about the.

Chris Williams:

Trials tour, and we encourage you to share your thoughts on this issue.

Chris Williams:

And you could do so by emailing us at podcast@theconstitutioncommanders.org.

Chris Williams:

I'm your host, Chris Williams, my brother Patrick Williams is co-host.

Chris Williams:

We are the Constitution commandos so the Trump trials thing that, that's,

Chris Williams:

I mean, this is gonna be a tour, right?

Chris Williams:

The Trump trials tour.

Chris Williams:

That's

Patrick Williams:

what we ought to call it.

Patrick Williams:

That's, yeah.

Patrick Williams:

I, that's actually, you might've just coined a term, I mean, yeah, well

Chris Williams:

if I did, I just stole a bunch of terms from other things,

Chris Williams:

Right Now, the way I understand it, Georgia's going ahead with theirs.

Chris Williams:

Is Arizona going ahead with theirs?

Patrick Williams:

See, I keep hearing people talk about Arizona.

Patrick Williams:

I personally, I'm completely in the dark with Arizona.

Patrick Williams:

I'm, I'm not a hundred percent sure what's going on there.

Patrick Williams:

They're trying to prosecute Trump too.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, which surprise me.

Patrick Williams:

You got Katie Hobbs.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, she's a, well, yeah,

Chris Williams:

she's anti-Trump as they come.

Chris Williams:

Her end was a Secretary of State over there, but, But I feel like that's such

Chris Williams:

I don't know if they're gonna try to go go after Trump yet or not, but I know there

Patrick Williams:

No.

Patrick Williams:

Lemme see.

Patrick Williams:

Florida, Georgia, Washington dc, New York, and I keep hearing Arizona, man.

Patrick Williams:

I, I, I'm not sure about Arizona

Patrick Williams:

is.

Patrick Williams:

So ludicrous to me.

Patrick Williams:

I have a hard time honing in on one and justifying it.

Patrick Williams:

I, just, so when I keep hearing all of these things about indictments,

Patrick Williams:

It's hard to keep my head focused on it because it's

Patrick Williams:

I'm well,

Chris Williams:

I agree with you, but the thing that I, that I'm concerned

Chris Williams:

I mean, most of it's stupid, you know, like the deal up in New York, I don't

Chris Williams:

I don't even think any of it was misdemeanors.

Chris Williams:

But the thing that has me concerned is the different things that they're going after

Patrick Williams:

Well, yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Well, I mean, that's why they have these charges because it's

Patrick Williams:

It's investigate a person until we can find a crime.

Patrick Williams:

And since they haven't found a crime, they've gotta put like

Patrick Williams:

I mean, that covers everything.

Patrick Williams:

You know your boots ain't polished.

Patrick Williams:

Article 92, here's some extra duty.

Patrick Williams:

Your haircut isn't good.

Patrick Williams:

Article 92, you didn't shave, you didn't stand close enough

Patrick Williams:

Article 92, you didn't stand at attention when this officer was addressing you.

Patrick Williams:

Article 92, you didn't, you were prop that up in the classroom.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, I mean, everything is a article 92 and And that's why they're doing this.

Patrick Williams:

It's in a catch all.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, it's an investigative person.

Patrick Williams:

Until you find the crime, show me the person and I'll, I'll find you the crime.

Patrick Williams:

Well, they can't charge him with a legitimate crime because

Patrick Williams:

I mean, I have my personal opinions about people that are wealthy to get

Patrick Williams:

No, it's.

Patrick Williams:

Under seven, eight years or however long they've been investigating him.

Patrick Williams:

You would think they would've a legitimate charge.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, somewhere.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

Well, the other side of it too is that I don't think they're just, I

Chris Williams:

I think a lot of it too is, you know, in the, in the American mind anyway, if

Patrick Williams:

Oh, yeah.

Chris Williams:

You know, and it's to me, it seems like they're just, they just

Chris Williams:

And, which is possible, I guess, but, but, you know, it, it just, I think a

Chris Williams:

At best, but do you think that has something to do with the way

Chris Williams:

Because that's pretty much what the citizens of America

Patrick Williams:

without reason.

Patrick Williams:

Well, well, well see.

Patrick Williams:

That's the Patriot Act back then was implemented.

Patrick Williams:

Specifically for the American population because this is, that's

Patrick Williams:

This damn Luciferian group of people that pull the strings.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

It's part of the in crowd, the Patriot Act.

Patrick Williams:

Okay.

Patrick Williams:

Nine 11 was to garner support from the American people to invade a country

Chris Williams:

Five countries.

Patrick Williams:

The Patriot Act.

Patrick Williams:

Well, yeah, but the Patriot Act was implemented.

Patrick Williams:

And then those countries that we invaded were utilized to

Patrick Williams:

We developed and polished our skills during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.

Patrick Williams:

Okay.

Patrick Williams:

The Patriot Act was always intended to use against the American people.

Patrick Williams:

The plan for many, many were for quite a few decades.

Patrick Williams:

It's openly been said by people like George Soros and Klaus Schwab

Patrick Williams:

In order to get one world government, America has to fall.

Patrick Williams:

Okay?

Patrick Williams:

This has openly been said,

Chris Williams:

America and, and Russia,

Patrick Williams:

right?

Patrick Williams:

This has openly been said.

Patrick Williams:

These people haven't been quiet about it, so, The Patriot Act, I

Patrick Williams:

And the wars were just a way, I mean, that's what most wars are.

Patrick Williams:

The defense military, the military defense contractors,

Patrick Williams:

We gotta have a war to test them out.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

Okay.

Patrick Williams:

Well, the, the Patriot Act was tested, it was refined.

Patrick Williams:

A lot of techniques were developed, and it was all a precursor for

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

And 'cause you can see now when you, I mean once, I mean, okay, if we were not

Patrick Williams:

a Board of education meeting and you bring up concerns about the curriculum, you're

Patrick Williams:

A domestic terrorist.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

Five years ago, people would've been like, What the hell are you talking about?

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

No way.

Patrick Williams:

Okay.

Patrick Williams:

The, I'm surprised people don't see this and it has gone on long enough not to

Patrick Williams:

And I was wrong when I told you the Smith Munt Act.

Patrick Williams:

It wasn't the Smith Munt Act, the Smith, I looked it up.

Patrick Williams:

Smith Munt Act.

Patrick Williams:

Restricted media made for them to propagandize the American people.

Patrick Williams:

The Smith Month Modernization Act permits it.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, reversed it.

Patrick Williams:

Okay.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

Okay.

Patrick Williams:

So the Smith Munt Modernization Act is a part of it.

Patrick Williams:

And the reason, it's a part of it, you gotta think about it,

Patrick Williams:

Thumb sucker.

Patrick Williams:

I can't stand him.

Patrick Williams:

He.

Patrick Williams:

Implemented the Patriot Act sent us over there.

Patrick Williams:

We refined all these skills and lo and behold, who comes in next?

Patrick Williams:

The man that signed the Smith Modernization Act, once again, it

Patrick Williams:

How did we do a lot of the stuff that we do in any war, not just

Patrick Williams:

It is propaganda and it's been going on since, well before

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

People will be out there.

Patrick Williams:

Always trying to get in the head of somebody.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, it's the same reason that PSYOPs takes loudspeakers and jams boy, George,

Patrick Williams:

It's, it's, it's strictly, it is all by design, right?

Patrick Williams:

They were all steps that had to be done to break down America,

Patrick Williams:

And I think, think, and I can go even further

Chris Williams:

back than the Patriot Act, what led up to the Patriot Act, I believe

Patrick Williams:

one of those things.

Patrick Williams:

Oh yeah.

Chris Williams:

Things would've been the the removal of Corporal Punishment School.

Chris Williams:

One of 'em was c p s or d h s wherever you live.

Chris Williams:

Child Protective Services team.

Chris Williams:

Absolutely.

Chris Williams:

You discipline your children.

Chris Williams:

I mean all these, what do they call 'em?

Chris Williams:

Not really self-help groups, but Well, they got all these

Patrick Williams:

know, oh, well of course they have to sound legit, right?

Patrick Williams:

They have to sound like they're out for a righteous calls.

Patrick Williams:

But all

Chris Williams:

of that was leading up to George Bush's statement.

Chris Williams:

We are now declaring a war on terror, man.

Patrick Williams:

Hey, who is terror?

Patrick Williams:

Was, that's the name of it, two as in number two, but it was t w, the number.

Patrick Williams:

Butt or Butte, b u t t e Creek dry as hell.

Patrick Williams:

Well, that's good.

Patrick Williams:

I, I guess it got wiped.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, that's, that's good.

Patrick Williams:

But anyway, go ahead.

Patrick Williams:

Go, go ahead man.

Patrick Williams:

Hey, I'm on my line, two butt creek.

Patrick Williams:

I just passed.

Chris Williams:

But if you remember back at the time when they started

Chris Williams:

A lot

Patrick Williams:

of prisons went up.

Patrick Williams:

Well, yeah, but we went to a lot of the privatized institutions

Chris Williams:

Right.

Chris Williams:

But still more institutions went up for housing criminals.

Chris Williams:

A lot of those became, I guess, child abusers because corporal

Chris Williams:

You're no longer allowed to whip your children.

Chris Williams:

And, and I think that was about the time that domestic violence became a deal.

Chris Williams:

Right.

Chris Williams:

And talk about a

Patrick Williams:

catchall.

Patrick Williams:

Oh yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Domestic violence is, That one has to be pulled off the

Chris Williams:

be definitely needs to be pulled off the books.

Chris Williams:

Look, I'm not, I'm not saying up domestic violence charge for

Chris Williams:

'cause nobody answered the door.

Chris Williams:

Where was the violence?

Patrick Williams:

And, and, and these states have gotten so, I don't want

Patrick Williams:

All you have to do is know somebody, get in an argument with

Patrick Williams:

The neighbor hears you, calls the law, and then you're going

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, it is lunacy,

Chris Williams:

and really what makes it lunacy is what you end up being treated

Chris Williams:

You're basically treated like a felon, even though it's a misdemeanor,

Patrick Williams:

man, I don't, damn.

Patrick Williams:

I think the

Chris Williams:

only difference is you can get a passport, right?

Patrick Williams:

I believe you can.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

But otherwise you can't own a weapon.

Chris Williams:

You, you, I mean, you're treated like you got anger issues and

Patrick Williams:

It's a horrible mark that you don't want, whether it's a

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

That law right there, it, it needs to be off of the books and

Chris Williams:

about that law.

Chris Williams:

I was say that, that that law in itself is a violation of constitution.

Patrick Williams:

Well, it also encourages neighbors to be ratting

Patrick Williams:

It's but

Chris Williams:

it also encourages a lot of people just to turn people in

Patrick Williams:

them.

Chris Williams:

You know what?

Chris Williams:

Be afraid.

Patrick Williams:

I, I don't

Chris Williams:

it.

Chris Williams:

Well, you know, it wasn't long before that divorces actually came about.

Chris Williams:

You remember that when we were kids, I mean, A couple goes to divorce

Patrick Williams:

but go home and work it

Chris Williams:

out.

Chris Williams:

You know what I mean?

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

That was the, the breaking down of the family unit was, was the very first

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

It, it's It's, well, not you, you can go back to L B J, l BJ with the, I

Patrick Williams:

It incentivized the neighborhood raising the kids, having no

Patrick Williams:

It incarcerated many, many, many, many people.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

And or it's been the cause of it, or you could call it being the cause

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

That are dealing with Gulf government programs to survive.

Patrick Williams:

And if you make one penny over a unlivable wage, you lose.

Patrick Williams:

And it's just like it, it's slavery encourages, yeah, it encourages

Chris Williams:

So if anybody wants to talk about reparations,

Patrick Williams:

whereas if the government can give it to you,

Patrick Williams:

And people need to understand that.

Chris Williams:

Well, what people need to understand too, especially

Chris Williams:

And the people here especially that are getting used to these government

Chris Williams:

It may be cool right now to sit at home and get a $1,500 check,

Chris Williams:

No.

Chris Williams:

For the rest of your life.

Chris Williams:

I mean, there's no way.

Chris Williams:

And especially with all the people in this country.

Chris Williams:

There's no way the government can, and that's what the government

Chris Williams:

They already tell you they know best what's good for you.

Chris Williams:

So

Patrick Williams:

well and see that right there in itself is gonna

Patrick Williams:

We're gonna feel the recourse of it.

Patrick Williams:

Because it's pushing for another level of breakdown of society.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

When the government can no longer send those checks to these people

Patrick Williams:

And it's not gonna be much of a retaliation against the government

Patrick Williams:

What's gonna happen is they're gonna be like, oh, well I can't get this anymore.

Patrick Williams:

You have it.

Patrick Williams:

Well then next I'm getting ready to come get it.

Patrick Williams:

And it's, it is all by design.

Patrick Williams:

When they started this stuff, they knew back then that that

Patrick Williams:

This isn't something that they're going to figure out as time goes.

Patrick Williams:

They already know

Chris Williams:

it.

Chris Williams:

They already know it.

Chris Williams:

They've been planning this stage by stage.

Chris Williams:

They know what's gonna happen.

Chris Williams:

They know the cause and effect of the psychological recourses that man will

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, and it's, it's no, it's no different than, you know, this data

Patrick Williams:

How do you think fb, they call 'em profilers.

Patrick Williams:

A profiler isn't necessarily a detective, right?

Patrick Williams:

A profiler is somebody that can look at a, a list of psychological, you know, a,

Patrick Williams:

Not saying mental.

Patrick Williams:

I'm saying their actions.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

The beha behavioral issues.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

And they can very well take a very, they, it's a predictive pattern.

Patrick Williams:

They know what you would do if you were presented with something.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

If you, they can put something in your life and cause you to react a certain way.

Patrick Williams:

They already know your behaviors.

Patrick Williams:

They know what stimulates you.

Patrick Williams:

They know how you react to certain things.

Patrick Williams:

They know what makes you angry or upset or depressed.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

They understand this stuff, which is,

Chris Williams:

which is a lot of why we got this transgender issue.

Chris Williams:

Right.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

And the transgender issue is something that I think we, I think we've we're

Chris Williams:

I think I told you about this.

Chris Williams:

I had found out about, I think it was Russia that had a whole army

Patrick Williams:

But the idea behind, were they Russia or Germany?

Patrick Williams:

It was one

Chris Williams:

of those two, I wanna say it was Russia though.

Chris Williams:

But what they were doing was they were doing, just like they're doing now,

Chris Williams:

And of course the government takes care of 'em from that point.

Chris Williams:

But when they take 'em at a young age, then those people think that the

Chris Williams:

In their eyes, it's the government that took care of 'em.

Chris Williams:

Right?

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

And they'll do, I mean, their loyalty then is only

Chris Williams:

And the only problem was that they didn't live very long.

Chris Williams:

You know?

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

I, for obvious reasons.

Chris Williams:

But that's essentially what we're seeing right now is a repeat of history

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

And well, I, I do wish and pray that people, I mean of, of many

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

Two, your neighbor is not your enemy.

Patrick Williams:

The government would like you to believe your neighbor is your enemy,

Patrick Williams:

Three, with all of this PC culture and canceling people out, when you have

Patrick Williams:

trying to get people fired or trying to dox 'em online or trying to ruin their

Patrick Williams:

No one is safe, so stop playing the game.

Patrick Williams:

It's it, you will, your name is on that list.

Patrick Williams:

It might be further down the list, but it's there, but it's coming up.

Patrick Williams:

As a matter of fact,

Chris Williams:

if, if you're playing that game, you can guarantee yourself

Chris Williams:

They're expecting to leave.

Chris Williams:

Remaining on the earth.

Chris Williams:

So mainly because you're a useful idiot as far as that goes.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

You are expendable and worse than expendable.

Patrick Williams:

They know that you're willing to be a disruptor.

Patrick Williams:

You're willing to cause havoc because you got a history of doing it because

Patrick Williams:

It's.

Patrick Williams:

That's why they call it social engineering, you know, I mean, it's Right.

Patrick Williams:

They are creating situations to get a desired reaction out

Patrick Williams:

That's mm-hmm.

Chris Williams:

And they know what to do.

Chris Williams:

They know how to do it.

Chris Williams:

They know when to implement each segment of what it's they're trying to get done.

Chris Williams:

I mean,

Patrick Williams:

that's true.

Chris Williams:

And they've got this psychological and behavioral sciences.

Chris Williams:

Down to a science.

Chris Williams:

I mean, it's,

Patrick Williams:

they've been working on that in America since 1914 or so.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, with the Germans, I mean, this is a,

Chris Williams:

this is something, oh, this is not new.

Chris Williams:

This didn't

Patrick Williams:

happen overnight.

Patrick Williams:

No, I mean, this has been going on, I mean, MK Ultra Operation

Patrick Williams:

All of this stuff is social engineering.

Patrick Williams:

How to sway individuals or groups in the society to act a certain way.

Patrick Williams:

That is, and believe me, they are good at.

Chris Williams:

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Chris Williams:

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Chris Williams:

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Chris Williams is a dedicated member of the Constitution Commandos, hailing from the vibrant state of Mississippi. Born and raised in the heart of the Magnolia state, Chris has an unwavering commitment to upholding the principles and values enshrined in the United States Constitution.

With a background in the racing industry, Chris has developed a keen sense of precision and attention to detail. His expertise lies in balancing and blueprinting racing engines, where he has honed his craft to perfection. This combination of technical mastery and a determined spirit makes Chris an invaluable asset to the Constitution Commandos.

Beyond his mechanical prowess, Chris is also a talented musician. Whether it be taking the stage as a performer, contributing his instrumental skills as a studio musician, or pouring his heart into writing soul-stirring songs, he uses music as a powerful tool to inspire anyone who listens to his work.

Chris's entrepreneurial spirit has led him to venture into various small businesses, primarily in the realm of residential construction. This experience has equipped him with a practical understanding of the challenges faced by hardworking Americans.

As a proud member of the Army National Guard and a veteran of the U.S. Navy, Chris has demonstrated his allegiance to his country and a commitment to defending the freedoms and liberties enumerated by the Constitution of the United States. His military service has instilled in him a sense of duty and honor that he carries with him in all his endeavors.

Whether it's on the racetrack, on stage, in the business world, or in support and defense of the Constitution, Chris Williams is true American patriot. He is a vital member of the Constitution Commandos, and he tirelessly works to protect and preserve the essence of America's founding principles.

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Patrick Williams, a distinguished cohost of The Constitution Commandos, is a true patriot who has demonstrated his devotion to the ideals of the Constitution through both his military service and his advocacy work. Having served in the prestigious 82nd Airborne of the United States Army, Patrick brings a unique perspective to discussions about the importance of constitutional rights.

Enlisting in the military was a natural choice for Patrick, driven by his deep love for his country and a desire to protect the freedoms that make it unique. As a member of the 82nd Airborne, he underwent grueling training and gained invaluable experience in military operations. Patrick's time in the Army not only instilled in him a strong sense of discipline and teamwork but also highlighted the vital role that the Constitution plays in guiding and safeguarding the actions of our armed forces.

After completing his military service, Patrick continued to carry the spirit of duty and service into his civilian life. As a cohost of The Constitution Commandos, he utilizes his firsthand knowledge and experiences to shed light on the constitutional implications of various issues facing our nation today. Through thought-provoking discussions, Patrick underscores the importance of vigilance in protecting our rights and the need for an informed citizenry to actively participate in the democratic process.

Patrick's military background, coupled with his passion for constitutional principles, allows him to provide unique insights into the balance between national security and individual liberties. His comprehensive understanding of military matters, enriches the discussions on The Constitution Commandos, empowering listeners to engage in informed debates about the intersection of constitutional rights.

Patrick Williams, the All American Commando, exemplifies the honor, commitment, and dedication of a true American patriot. Through his service in the esteemed 82nd Airborne and his role as a cohost on The Constitution Commandos, he embodies the importance of defending and upholding the principles enshrined in the Constitution, ensuring a strong and enduring legacy for generations to come.