Why should anyone obey the law anymore?

Our government is currently operating well outside of U.S. Law,
and has been for many years.

Too many politicians who have attained power and influence have become outrageously corrupt and even incredibly treasonous, working only for themselves and against the common interests of 'We The People' as the citizens of this great nation. These individuals have been looting the treasury and the trust of the American People for far too many years now.

Our FBI and DOJ, among other agencies, have become undeniably politicized, infiltrated by globalist deep state actors, and corrupted. They have utterly failed in their duties to investigate and enforce U.S. Law on those in office in this respect.

All three branches have become filled with self-serving individuals with very little if any real accountability for their actions.

A 'four-legged stool' is more stable than a 'three-legged stool'--If they could only see what we are seeing now, this is what our founders had neglected--but would have included in their model of Government if they knew what we know today.

So, who is supposed to enforce the law on those in power if the only law enforcement entity is staffed and controlled by a corrupt President and adminstration as has been the case over the last four administrations?...

It's time we ENFORCE THE LAW and hold those accountable who are supposed to be working for U.S.!

The 'U.S. Constitutional Law Enforcement Government Accountability Branch':


Changing the Constitution to bring our Federal Government under control by adding new Amendments (as in the intention of the 'Convention of States' initiative) will simply not work. Even creating a 100 new amendments will make no difference as our Federal Government has already been ignoring our Constitution as it is written and agreed to.

Now, in order to consider implementing a 'fourth branch', what must be done first is that the states would need to call for a 'Constitutional Audit' and to seek redress for violations of the 'Constitutional Contract' and the 'Supreme Law of the United States of America' through what is called a 'Republic Review'. This would essentially force the U.S. Government to comply with the law and reduce the size of this 'out-of-control behemouth' back to it's constitutionally mandated limits. Once the goverment has been forced by law to shrink back into compliance with the Constitution, then we may consider what changes need to be made to make sure our Government never spins 'out-of-control' and outside the law again.

There will me more information on a suggested possible design for this 'new branch' coming...

To learn more about 'Step #1' of this process, go to: ReclaimingTheRepublic.org

Let's Fix It... And Then Make It Stick!
( So it never gets neglected this bad again)

To download a copy of the above flyer:

Ineptocracy (in-ep-toc'-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing; and, where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods
and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.