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Episode 20

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28th Aug 2023

Trump and 18 Codefendants

The Constitution Commandos

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The Fulton County Grand Jury indicted former president Donald Trump and 18 Codefendants Aug 14, 2023

  • Trump indicted on 13 counts in Georgia State Court
  • Trump's indictment attached to the R.I.C.O. Act (racketeering, Influence, and Corrupt Organization)
  • The U.S. State Department ridicules Putin for sentencing his political opponent to 30 years
  • Biden stated that only a dictator runs a country by executive order
  • Biden signed more executive orders in his first week in office than the past four presidents combined.

Obliteration of the 1st Amendment

  • Trump asks the public to watch Newsmax
  • Rudy Giuliani requested meetings with state officials
  • Questioning the validity of the votes.

The Demoncrats Believe They are Untouchable

1st Amendment of the Constitution of the United States

  • Congress can make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting its free exercise.
  • It protects freedom of speech,
  • the press,
  • assembly,
  • and the right to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

6 January Riot

  • Rioters were F.B.I. agents
  • ....were Capitol Police
  • .....were Antifa
  • Where is the alleged evidence the January 6th committee claims to have?
  • Why did the states block a recount?

True the Vote Investigated the Elections

Events During the Elections

  • Prevented Election Observers from Observing
  • Voters Turned Away and told they already voted
  • Whistleblowers came forward during the elections
  • Ballots separated from the envelopes
  • Retention and Preservation of Records

Transcript
Chris Williams:

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

Chris Williams:

Hello, my fellow Americans.

Chris Williams:

It is an awesome morning when you can wake up to breathe the fresh Air of Liberty.

Chris Williams:

Hey, we're glad to have you here and we welcome you to episode 20 and today Trump

Chris Williams:

Hey, we want to hear what your thoughts are on this.

Chris Williams:

You can email us at podcast@theconstitutioncommandos.org.

Chris Williams:

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

Chris Williams:

Yeah, I.

Chris Williams:

Charges against the, what is it, 19 co-defendants or 18 co-defendants?

Chris Williams:

I think

Patrick Williams:

18.

Chris Williams:

Yeah, 18.

Chris Williams:

So it's 19 total.

Chris Williams:

19 co-defendants.

Chris Williams:

Man, that is crazy, isn't it?

Chris Williams:

If you're a part of Donald Trump's team, you're going down

Patrick Williams:

Well, it, it's, all it is is law fair and it's just them trying

Patrick Williams:

advice or, and it's to show the rest of us plebes, that we better not have, have

Patrick Williams:

This administration?

Chris Williams:

Yeah, well, the Democratic party in general is, is pretty bad.

Chris Williams:

Not just this administration,

Patrick Williams:

but, I mean it's more than pretty bad.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, pretty bad can be kind of a general and vague term.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, they're straight communist, I mean, right.

Patrick Williams:

Look at Putin.

Patrick Williams:

Putin just sentenced his political opposition to 30 years.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, and our state Department had the gall.

Patrick Williams:

To make a public statement and to Excoriate Putin for doing that and

Patrick Williams:

Meanwhile, the whole time they're sitting here trying to prosecute an

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Okay.

Patrick Williams:

That's, I, I, I don't, I don't know, maybe I'm just an idiot.

Patrick Williams:

I can't quite see the similarities there.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, come on.

Patrick Williams:

Is,

Chris Williams:

well, you know Bush.

Chris Williams:

I mean Bush.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

He might as well have been there too.

Chris Williams:

But you know, Biden said during the campaign, in one of his

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

And just his first week in office, he signed more executive orders than the

Chris Williams:

What does that say?

Chris Williams:

I mean,

Patrick Williams:

well, I mean, not just that.

Chris Williams:

Biden's doing a great job for the country, isn't he?

Patrick Williams:

Well, it's not just that.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, you would think that just the average everyday low IQ American,

Patrick Williams:

I'm, I'm, when I say a lower iq, I'm not talking about retarded.

Patrick Williams:

I'm talking somebody who's not on the genius level.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Somebody that, that in the blue collar and, and I, I

Patrick Williams:

That's, Well, it's been

Chris Williams:

used many times in

Patrick Williams:

the news, so, well, I mean, I shouldn't have said that.

Patrick Williams:

I'm in the blue collar field.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, I shouldn't have said that.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, that did kind of sound bad, but anybody level in the blue collar,

Patrick Williams:

be able to look at things like the Supreme Court has already made like two or three

Patrick Williams:

And Biden blatantly comes up and says, he doesn't give a shit.

Patrick Williams:

He's going to do it anyway.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

It's like the Supreme Court said it's unconstitutional, and he

Patrick Williams:

That should tell the average person Biden.

Patrick Williams:

Is a dictator.

Patrick Williams:

He's a freaking communist.

Patrick Williams:

Totalitarian, authoritative, asshole.

Patrick Williams:

Dictator.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Well,

Chris Williams:

and I think that's obvious in these Trump trials anyway, because of

Chris Williams:

Well, I mean, Look in this latest one.

Chris Williams:

I mean, look, the RICO Act, I mean of all things they're using, the RICO Act

Chris Williams:

One of those co-defendants I mentioned earlier was Rudy Giuliani, who practically

Chris Williams:

Trump asked all you know, all Americans to watch the trials.

Chris Williams:

That's under the RICO Act now.

Chris Williams:

Rudy Giuliani and I guess one of his aides or one of Trump's aides was making

Patrick Williams:

secretaries and state.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, yeah.

Chris Williams:

And leaving messages on their machine.

Chris Williams:

Never talking to him, never getting a call back,

Patrick Williams:

trying to get a meeting, trying to a.

Chris Williams:

That falls under the re rico Act now.

Chris Williams:

You can't do that now.

Chris Williams:

What's what's really asinine about all of this?

Chris Williams:

I mean, these are fifth grade complaints if you ask me, but they don't realize,

Chris Williams:

While they're trying to keep a a political opponent from running for

Patrick Williams:

Well, this is the thing, and it's no different than we

Patrick Williams:

They know this is setting a precedent.

Patrick Williams:

They know that if they lose power, that the shoe will be on the other foot.

Patrick Williams:

They are so, Corrupt and so crooked and they have rigged numerous elections,

Patrick Williams:

Have done.

Patrick Williams:

Oh yeah, it's the exact same reason that Biden did not leave his basement.

Patrick Williams:

It is the exact same reason why Hillary Clinton didn't go and

Patrick Williams:

It's because they thought.

Patrick Williams:

They rigged it in their favor enough that they couldn't lose.

Patrick Williams:

The reason they are doing this is they honestly think that they

Patrick Williams:

A precedent doesn't go away in the next term or the following term.

Patrick Williams:

It's there forever.

Patrick Williams:

It's on the books.

Patrick Williams:

So they honestly believe that for the next 200 years, they're gonna be in power.

Patrick Williams:

Well, the only people that can walk around with that level of assurity are dictators.

Patrick Williams:

Or people that say, you sure you can vote, but if you vote for the other

Patrick Williams:

That's, that's the kind of people that these people are.

Patrick Williams:

That's why they're doing this.

Patrick Williams:

They know it's setting a precedent, but they honestly feel that they are

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

They, they

Chris Williams:

feel like their upper hand is eternal and it's not.

Chris Williams:

And look, I mean, I mean, if that's, if that's the way they

Chris Williams:

But there, there's the other side.

Chris Williams:

They're gonna have to be ready.

Chris Williams:

Well, they don't have to be ready for anything.

Chris Williams:

Just go ahead and put it on your calendar.

Chris Williams:

It's coming back to you.

Chris Williams:

And, and the thing is, I think that they, I think the thing they don't understand

Chris Williams:

assuming that there is a 2024 presidential what do you call it, change of office or

Patrick Williams:

Oh, yeah.

Chris Williams:

But it's not gonna be, and, and look, it's going to

Patrick Williams:

Oh.

Patrick Williams:

And that will be their story, but it's not dic.

Patrick Williams:

That will be their story.

Patrick Williams:

That'll be their story.

Patrick Williams:

Abuse of power plan

Chris Williams:

on the headlines.

Chris Williams:

Right.

Chris Williams:

But it's gonna be, oh, Trump shouldn't be doing this.

Chris Williams:

Trump shouldn't be doing, they've been doing this all along, but

Chris Williams:

I mean, the bottom line is rigged.

Chris Williams:

Elections is not the people voting for who they want in office.

Chris Williams:

That's, that's the bottom line.

Chris Williams:

And if these people are gonna take such criminal action against

Chris Williams:

And if Trump does take office again, that's to be expected.

Chris Williams:

It won't be out of Trump's vindictiveness.

Chris Williams:

It will be protecting the sanctity of the

Patrick Williams:

elections.

Patrick Williams:

Well, I mean, Trump had, when he was president, He could have very well

Patrick Williams:

Well, you know what he did?

Patrick Williams:

Not a damn thing.

Patrick Williams:

Hillary never got prosecuted.

Patrick Williams:

Hillary never got really investigated by special counsel.

Chris Williams:

Well, wait a minute.

Chris Williams:

He did do something.

Chris Williams:

Remember he got onto the F B I for opening an investigation on

Chris Williams:

Well,

Patrick Williams:

the thing is, We already have four year history that

Patrick Williams:

All through Trump's administration.

Patrick Williams:

They said he was a tyrant.

Patrick Williams:

He wanted to be a dictator.

Patrick Williams:

He was going to do this.

Patrick Williams:

He was going to, I think they even said that he was gonna

Patrick Williams:

He never did that.

Patrick Williams:

Now look at, at Biden, he literally is prosecuting Trump.

Patrick Williams:

Any lawyer that has ever given advice or represented or counseled Trump, and this

Patrick Williams:

Number one, we have the right by the first amendment of speech that

Patrick Williams:

You have the right to say whatever you want.

Patrick Williams:

Your feelings and you getting butt hurt because you're overly

Patrick Williams:

My right to say whatever I want.

Patrick Williams:

If I walk up to somebody on the street and I call them an ass ugly

Patrick Williams:

If he wants to punch me, he can punch me, but it's not criminal

Patrick Williams:

Another thing the First Amendment does is it gives us a right to regress

Patrick Williams:

With the governor or to, okay.

Patrick Williams:

Well, disputing An election is covered by the First Amendment by that, yeah.

Patrick Williams:

In 2016.

Patrick Williams:

Oh, wait a minute.

Patrick Williams:

Every Democrat on the freaking hill said that Trump stole

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

Was he rigged the election or all this stuff?

Patrick Williams:

What?

Patrick Williams:

They are prosecuting Trump for today.

Patrick Williams:

Is exactly what they did.

Patrick Williams:

What happened in 2020?

Patrick Williams:

I mean, in 2000 with Gore Busch.

Patrick Williams:

I mean it, this has happened in 1960 and, and people, y'all

Patrick Williams:

I want y'all to do a day to dump, get rid of the term fake electors.

Patrick Williams:

When you say fake electors, everyone around you knows that you're

Patrick Williams:

There is no such thing as a fake elector, the proper term, and it has

Patrick Williams:

Alternate electors.

Patrick Williams:

They're not fake.

Patrick Williams:

And if you were to research any political history, you'll see that alternate

Patrick Williams:

I'm not saying they were always utilized, but they were like three

Patrick Williams:

The vote swapped with reason, with valid facts and points.

Patrick Williams:

So alternate electors is a part of our system.

Patrick Williams:

There is no such thing as a fake elector.

Patrick Williams:

And anyone that I ever, I wanna punch somebody in the

Patrick Williams:

'cause I know they are strictly a useful idiot.

Patrick Williams:

They watch M S N B C or C N B C or C N N or a B, C, and they just.

Patrick Williams:

They listen to these liars and they wanna repeat it so they

Patrick Williams:

You don't sound smart.

Patrick Williams:

There is no such thing as a fake elector.

Patrick Williams:

Alternate electors, right?

Patrick Williams:

Get it right before you, as we said in the military.

Patrick Williams:

Check yourself before you wreck yourself.

Patrick Williams:

That's

Chris Williams:

it.

Chris Williams:

And you know, there's, there are several other things in that first amendment

Chris Williams:

I mean, look, if you, if you don't have a copy of the Declaration of

Chris Williams:

I'll make sure you have your own copy of each to include the Bill of Rights,

Chris Williams:

Freedom of speech.

Chris Williams:

It also grants us freedom to petition, freedom to gather or protest, if you

Chris Williams:

All these things are being attacked right now because Donald Trump is being

Chris Williams:

What were you saying about that?

Chris Williams:

Wouldn't you love to have the National Guard?

Chris Williams:

There's dark busting heads and Make 286 arrests to find out.

Chris Williams:

285 of them are F B I agents, which has been, yeah, it has been disclosed

Patrick Williams:

And Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

F B I or Capitol.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, there were some type of a federal officer in plain clothes.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

And they were there as instigators.

Chris Williams:

That's right.

Chris Williams:

Along with Antifa.

Chris Williams:

And you know, They made a big scene to lay something on Trump because they

Chris Williams:

They knew what the rally was about, and so they created mayhem

Chris Williams:

So,

Patrick Williams:

you know.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, like an hour plus before the end of his speech.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

And they were a couple miles or a mile and a half down the road.

Chris Williams:

I mean, they didn't, they didn't break the rally and show

Chris Williams:

I mean, this happened before they got there.

Chris Williams:

And, and look, I've even had, I've heard phone conversations of people involved

Chris Williams:

Now how are we gonna know that it's them?

Chris Williams:

And this person on the other end of the line said they're gonna

Chris Williams:

That's how we'll know as our people.

Chris Williams:

And if you look at the videos, there are plenty of backward wearing mega

Chris Williams:

If you see any of Trump followers there, they're the ones that were

Chris Williams:

You're gonna let these people do this to the people's house.

Chris Williams:

If you hadn't seen that, you needed to go back and watch the original clips from the

Chris Williams:

Ra Ton, whatever his name is.

Chris Williams:

Jamie.

Chris Williams:

What's his name?

Patrick Williams:

Radcliffe.

Chris Williams:

From the House of Representatives.

Chris Williams:

The one who

Patrick Williams:

Raskin Raskin

Chris Williams:

Raskin or something like that.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

If you watch that video that he presented, you're gonna

Chris Williams:

Weather underground and the Black Panthers and all that stuff from the

Patrick Williams:

Well, it is another thing that people need

Patrick Williams:

I mean, and this should, I mean, this is so evident.

Patrick Williams:

I mean, and it at least should open people's eyes and get'em ' to

Patrick Williams:

January 6th committee, Nancy Pelosi kicked.

Patrick Williams:

The majority of the conservatives were appointed to be on committee number

Patrick Williams:

The dossier, the steel dossier was all fabricated.

Patrick Williams:

But now that Trump has subpoena power, every bit of digital and wr

Patrick Williams:

So if it was real, Why would they?

Patrick Williams:

I mean, really, I mean, what, was there a fire that we didn't know about?

Patrick Williams:

I mean, where did all of that alleged evidence go?

Patrick Williams:

That right there should automatically raise flags for any and everyone.

Chris Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

There, there is no existing evidence

Patrick Williams:

Why?

Patrick Williams:

I mean, that's what I

Chris Williams:

don't, that is the same thing, goes back to the election

Chris Williams:

I'll say it again.

Chris Williams:

I'm not one of those that's just saying there's an election fraud because Trump

Patrick Williams:

There was enough irregularities to make a conscious

Patrick Williams:

That's exactly right.

Patrick Williams:

That's all it

Chris Williams:

was.

Chris Williams:

So when Trump started asking for it and people were saying,

Chris Williams:

I'm sorry.

Chris Williams:

Why not?

Chris Williams:

I mean, if there is absolute transparency in our elections,

Chris Williams:

Why are these states saying, no, you can't go look at the evidence because.

Chris Williams:

Why?

Chris Williams:

If you have nothing to hide, you'll drop it all on the table right there and say,

Patrick Williams:

It's above board.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

And if you find irregularities, we'll take care of it.

Chris Williams:

But there's no irregularities here but to say there's no irregularities and then

Chris Williams:

That tells me already there's some cheating going on.

Patrick Williams:

And, and see that's another thing.

Patrick Williams:

They were talking about, Giuliani as one of these co-defendants also is they

Patrick Williams:

Powell?

Patrick Williams:

The attorney.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

That they tried to tamper with the election machines.

Patrick Williams:

Well, this is the thing now.

Patrick Williams:

I haven't, I haven't seen the letter yet.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

And I don't know if it was a letter, but allegedly a secretary of state.

Patrick Williams:

Or somebody on the election Commission invited Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani.

Patrick Williams:

And I have a feeling this was, they were probably working with True the vote.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

Because that's who did a lot of the, they came up with a lot

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

And they had a, a data investigation.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

You know, they did an actual private investigation over the, you know,

Chris Williams:

That's right.

Chris Williams:

That did you know, they actually volunteered to check it out

Patrick Williams:

Okay.

Patrick Williams:

I haven't seen the letter and they're saying there was a letter.

Patrick Williams:

I don't know if it was a verbal request or if it was a written request.

Patrick Williams:

I would be willing to bet that two attorneys before they would

Patrick Williams:

Now, I'm not a big Sidney Powell person.

Patrick Williams:

I do like Mayor Giuliani.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

They were invited to look at these machines.

Patrick Williams:

I'm waiting for that evidence to support that, but they're not idiots and I'm sure

Patrick Williams:

I am taking it as hearsay, but with all of the attacks that have gone

Patrick Williams:

I'm just not believing it a thousand percent yet I have feeling that

Patrick Williams:

To look at the machines well, which the Secretary of States can do.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Because they were invited by the Secretary of State, the legally recognized Secretary

Patrick Williams:

I'm sure that is a legal act.

Chris Williams:

Well, you also pointed out the, of the two attorneys you

Chris Williams:

But I mean, this guy, he knows the law pretty well.

Chris Williams:

I mean, I, I have no reason to doubt his ability in the law,

Chris Williams:

I mean, he knows enough about the law.

Chris Williams:

He probably knows how to finagle it too.

Chris Williams:

But I have a feeling in this case, and this is a feeling, That if he

Patrick Williams:

Oh yeah.

Chris Williams:

I mean, somebody who, if you're fighting for something like,

Chris Williams:

your t's are crossed, everything is in order, and everything is done by the

Chris Williams:

Anything being done wrong, so

Patrick Williams:

Well, it's not just that either.

Patrick Williams:

If, if you truly believe, and I believe that the Trump administration had already

Patrick Williams:

I believe that he received some intel.

Patrick Williams:

He was the president of the United States.

Patrick Williams:

He gets intel that the average person is not privy to.

Patrick Williams:

That's right.

Patrick Williams:

I have a feeling and I.

Patrick Williams:

Deep down inside, I believe that Trump received some intel that proved there

Patrick Williams:

I believe that.

Patrick Williams:

Okay.

Chris Williams:

Well, you know, early on in the, when the election was

Patrick Williams:

Oh yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Hundreds of sworn affidavits from all over the country.

Chris Williams:

That's right.

Chris Williams:

And then of course when they sent, I think it was to Pennsylvania, they sent some.

Chris Williams:

They sent some people to oversee the elections or to observe, which by

Chris Williams:

Well, when to tabulate people were sent to Pennsylvania or Jersey or wherever it was.

Chris Williams:

They weren't even allowed near the building.

Patrick Williams:

It was Pennsylvania and in Michigan.

Patrick Williams:

And not to mention, In Michigan right now from the Secretary of

Patrick Williams:

That's called, I mean, and I hate it when people say, oh, that's not voter fraud.

Patrick Williams:

They just didn't clear that.

Patrick Williams:

If they receive 200 and thousand or more votes than voters, that's fraud.

Patrick Williams:

That's fraud.

Patrick Williams:

And look, somebody committed fraud.

Chris Williams:

And anybody who's believing there's no election

Chris Williams:

There is all kinds of safeguards in place to make sure that

Chris Williams:

And something supposed to be supposed to be now something

Chris Williams:

I mean, the Constitution provides for a lot of safeguards, but especially

Chris Williams:

people aren't allowed in the building or near the building, they were

Patrick Williams:

well, no, some of 'em were like a hundred foot

Patrick Williams:

And they just said, you can watch, but from over here, and

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

And then there was some other places where they literally were kept outside.

Patrick Williams:

Mm-hmm.

Patrick Williams:

And they taped up pizza boxes and cardboard and newspapers over the windows.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

So they couldn't see in.

Patrick Williams:

Now if that doesn't,

Chris Williams:

if that doesn't raise suspicious, something's wrong.

Chris Williams:

Yeah, that.

Chris Williams:

What about the reports of the people that were showing up to the polls to cast their

Chris Williams:

They already voted.

Chris Williams:

You can go home now.

Chris Williams:

You are.

Chris Williams:

I mean, look, if you're one of those people standing in line, you know

Patrick Williams:

I know it.

Patrick Williams:

That is called fraud.

Chris Williams:

And if you can't watch the TV on election day and a little afternoon

Chris Williams:

Something's wrong

Patrick Williams:

and, and it's not just that.

Patrick Williams:

They had so many ballots that the scanners wouldn't read because they were printed

Patrick Williams:

You know, it was like a half an inch or a quarter inch or whatever.

Patrick Williams:

It was smaller than the paper size that was required.

Patrick Williams:

And the ink, the font size or format size for the reader.

Patrick Williams:

That's right.

Patrick Williams:

The reader wouldn't read it and they said, put it in a this

Patrick Williams:

Well, all they did was they put it in that box.

Patrick Williams:

Oh, well we got this many in this box.

Patrick Williams:

We're gonna substitute 'em with our ballots.

Patrick Williams:

That's what happened.

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

And then there was the one, and then Arizona, the Mailin ballot.

Patrick Williams:

Well, they also had, go ahead.

Patrick Williams:

Go ahead.

Patrick Williams:

Well, I was gonna say they also have a failure in the chain of custody.

Patrick Williams:

Right there.

Patrick Williams:

These are things that make people suspect.

Patrick Williams:

It gives the appearance of funny business going on, and that's why this information

Patrick Williams:

Full transparency.

Patrick Williams:

That's right.

Chris Williams:

Absolutely.

Chris Williams:

And you know, some of the mail-in ballots that came in, I don't know how many

Chris Williams:

An envelope, obviously that was supplied by the, the, what are the electors?

Patrick Williams:

The Board of Electors or whatever it's called.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

The Secretary of State's office.

Chris Williams:

Right.

Chris Williams:

And there is a such thing as signature verification.

Chris Williams:

The signature on the outside of that envelope was supposed to match the

Chris Williams:

Now they also.

Chris Williams:

Print these ballots on certain types of paper that fold it a certain way.

Chris Williams:

Every, I mean everything down to the T.

Chris Williams:

Right.

Chris Williams:

And a lot of these ballots that were coming in as mail-in ballots, the, either

Patrick Williams:

it wasn't even folded.

Chris Williams:

Yeah.

Chris Williams:

And.

Chris Williams:

Once the ballot's taken out of the envelope, was just sat

Chris Williams:

Now you don't know which envelope it came from.

Chris Williams:

So you can't verify signatures

Patrick Williams:

and, and the envelope and the ballot

Patrick Williams:

That's right.

Chris Williams:

And these are safeguards that we're talking about.

Chris Williams:

These are things that have been built in safety to make sure

Chris Williams:

And

Patrick Williams:

let me hold, let me interject for a second.

Patrick Williams:

That's also why the federal law states that for 22 months you

Patrick Williams:

22 months, I believe is accurate.

Patrick Williams:

Okay.

Patrick Williams:

And that is in case someone challenges.

Patrick Williams:

The veracity of the election, they can go back and perform an audit and a recount,

Patrick Williams:

Many places have gotten rid of some of that to include

Chris Williams:

Arizona.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah, but the, the law is to keep it for 22 months because

Patrick Williams:

Right.

Patrick Williams:

in case the election is challenged.

Chris Williams:

That's right.

Chris Williams:

And And there's several states.

Chris Williams:

I think Arizona was the first one when they went to ask for their evidence.

Chris Williams:

They didn't have any, they claim that's right.

Chris Williams:

They claimed they didn't have any.

Patrick Williams:

And that's a self admission to breaking the law.

Chris Williams:

It is, but I'm assuming that's Trump's fault, right.

Patrick Williams:

Oh,

Chris Williams:

absolutely, maam.

Chris Williams:

I mean, we know what a tyrant he is in his mean tweets.

Chris Williams:

Well, his mean tweets have done some damage, haven't they?

Patrick Williams:

Oh yeah, yeah.

Patrick Williams:

Look what they.

Patrick Williams:

People were so butt hurt and I said, that's one of 'em

Patrick Williams:

Get rid of all these damn thin skinned pussies in America.

Patrick Williams:

That's what I'm saying.

Patrick Williams:

I'm saying that's not, look what it did.

Patrick Williams:

Weak we are, look what it did.

Patrick Williams:

Yeah.

Patrick Williams:

We got we the pussies in America and no, Joe Biden did not win.

Patrick Williams:

But the pussies in America are the ones that put Joe Biden in there.

Patrick Williams:

And I mean, just because y'all voted for somebody.

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Anybody but Trump now look at your country.

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The Constitution Commandos
Striving to Stir up the American Spirit
Welcome to The Constitution Commandos!
We are a dedicated team committed to shining a light on the circumstances, events, and individuals that pose a threat to the sanctity of America’s Constitution. Our mission is to foster understanding, stimulate dialogue, and inspire action in defense of our nation’s foundational document.

Each week, we delve into the pressing issues that challenge the Constitution’s principles. We explore historical precedents, dissect current events, and forecast potential implications. The discussions on the Constitution Commandos podcast are deeply rooted in personal experiences, life teachings, education, and research. This unique blend of sources ensures that the conversations are both personal and informative, providing our listeners with a comprehensive understanding of the importance and necessity of protecting the Constitution of the United States.

The Constitution Commandos is more than just a podcast; it’s a call to arms for every citizen who values the freedoms and rights enshrined in our Constitution. We believe that knowledge is power, and through our discussions, we aim to equip our listeners with the knowledge they need to safeguard our democracy.

Join us on this journey as we stand guard over the Constitution and navigate the complexities of these challenging times together.
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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.

Patrick Williams

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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.