History has taught us that societies fail when leaders abandon society’s founding principles and ignore their roles as moral guides for their people. A moral leader would be defined as one who upholds the core principles and values of the overall society. Most societies have some kind of social contract, whether it is written or not. Our social contract would be the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. When leaders go contrary to these ideals people lose trust, diminish their willingness to pay taxes, move away, or take other steps that undercut the fiscal health of the nation.
The pattern of amoral leaders destabilizing their societies goes way back. These patterns can be seen today, as corrupt, or inept leaders threaten our core principles and, hence our stability. This immorality and abandonment of the Untied States being a republic and founded on the core principle that all rights and liberties come from God and not government can be traced back to Wilson for certain. It has resulted in mounting inequality, concentration of political power, evasion of taxation, hollowing out of bureaucratic institutions, diminished infrastructure, and declining public services.
It has brought us to this point in time where the current administration came into office based on a stolen election that is beyond question. The occupant of the White House has purposefully opened our borders and invited the worst element to flood our nation. He is the head of a crime family that has as its only product his political power. The crime family has placed the welfare of other nations above the welfare of the United States for financial gain. Drug use, sexual immorality, and perversions have been a part of their lives. To protect themselves, they have made a mockery of “rule of law”.
They have subsequently placed our nation in great peril. Other political leaders have sought to protect this demented family because the other political leaders are also immoral and have contributed greatly to the peril we face.
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