Does anyone know when the CDC (Center for Disease Control) became so powerful that it could dictate rules to the States? Or did we know the DOJ (Department of Justice) could sue Texas for trying to stop the transport of illegal immigrants within our State? And who gave Dr. Fauci the authority to spend our tax dollars on bat virology research in China, anyway?
The simple answer to all three questions is: we may have no idea, but Texans know this is not the way America was meant to run.
In fact, the deeper you dig for answers to these questions, the truth becomes even more disturbing. You find that we are no longer living in a free country led by three separate branches of government elected to serve at the will of the people. We are instead living under the authority of an “Administrative State” made up of 88 federal agencies run by 2 million unelected leaders with the ability to make and enforce rules completely outside of our Constitutional rights.
American law professor Gary Lawson has studied the rise of the Administrative State, which he says violates the Constitution and its principles of limited government and separation of powers by concentrating legislative, executive, and judicial powers within a single entity.
Here’s how it works: The executive and legislative branches delegate their power to federal agencies to make and enforce rules — powers that are not meant to be delegated. The federal judicial system defers its responsibility to interpret laws and bows to the agencies, which has implications for individual rights to standing and due process. The President appoints and removes agency leaders and has regulatory authority.
But if you try to search for “who appointed Dr. Fauci?” the responses are blanketed in so many descriptions of command structure and civil service protections that it is nearly impossible to figure out how he first got to his position. He is currently head of the NIAID (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases), which is under the NIH (National Institute of Health), which is under the federal Department of Health and Human Services, which is under a Secretary appointed by the President. We do know that Fauci has been a federal employee for over 40 years and is the highest paid of all — earning a larger salary than the President.
Just look around for more evidence. The Department of Education decides how to educate your children, and the US Attorney General and the FBI are called in when parents stand up for their rights to have a say in their child’s education. The federal Food and Drug Administration rubber-stamps a Covid vaccine as “approved” when it has not passed accepted, scientific vetting processes, giving the government leverage for mandates. The federal court system looks the other way at, or openly supports, mandates that violate individual rights like the right to health privacy.
Americans are all so concerned about the potential takeover of a totalitarian regime, which is defined as a system of government that is centralized and dictatorial and requires complete subservience to the state. Newsflash, Texans — that authoritarian structure is already in place and running our lives! And so many people are still convinced that we can elect our way out of this mess with a few more “conservative” politicians.
It is time for Texans to accept the proof in front of our eyes that the United States is broken. It is time for Texans to take back control of this great State from an overreaching, authoritarian federal government — and to pass along the hope and blessing of a truly free, constitutional republic to our children and grandchildren.
This is exactly why Texans who are saying, “Enough is enough!” are joining the TEXIT movement in massive numbers.