More FOX News Controlled Opposition – This Time Its Andrea Tantaros Ripping Kim Davis & Pushing Nuremberg-Style Rhetoric

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Published on: September 10, 2015

FOX News needs some people who actually have read the Constitution and know what it says. They also need some people who actually know what they are talking about. Andrea Tantaros is the latest FOX personality to demonstrate the news outlet is controlled opposition as she blasted Kim Davis for setting a “dangerous precedent” for doing what the law commands.

Appearing on The O’Reilly Factor on Wednesday evening, Tantaros told host Bill O’Reilly, “The problem is she’s essential rewriting the laws of that county by not issuing [licenses]. As a Christian I do feel sorry for her and I’m sympathetic to her beliefs, however she doesn’t have a legal leg to stand on.”

She claimed that Davis cannot decide to not enforce law simply because she believes it’s wrong.

“It sets a dangerous precedent,” Tantaros continued. “A woman with Sharia not issuing drivers licenses to women, because she doesn’t believe she can drive, or say somebody who says, ‘I don’t believe in the Second Amendment so I’m not going to give gun permits.'”

Wow! She just pulled a Shepard Smith and brought Sharia into the picture! Amazing! It’s not even a good contrast since Davis actually upheld law and the Muslim woman was not doing that.

Well, let’s see, Andrea is using the same kind of ridiculous arguments that the Nazis employed at Nuremberg. She wants Kim Davis to follow unlawful orders from a Bush-appointed, sodomite endorsing judge rather than follow the law. How many times do these people fail to cite the law? They claim law and claim Davis is breaking it and that she is attempting to rewrite it, but is she? Absolutely not!

I’ve cited Kentucky law, which is the only law that matters. It is the mantra that attorney Michael Peroutka chanted at the rally on Saturday, “Show me the law or free Kim Davis.” So far, no one has cited a law she has violated. Andrea Tantaros would do well to read it and actually educate herself on what the law is. She, like sodomite Shepard Smith and others, wrongly thinks a Supreme Court’s decision is law. It is not.

The Constitution is clear. Article 1, Section 1 of the Constitution reads:

All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives. (emphasis mine)

Now, Ms. Tantaros, if all legislative powers are granted to Congress, how much is left for the Supreme Court? How much for any federal court? How much for the Executive Branch? None, zero, zip, nada! They have no legislative power and it’s amazing to me that some of these people lose their minds over Obama’s executive orders pointing out quite often that they are not law and he doesn’t have a right to write law. They will also talk about “legislating from the bench.” Well, Tantaros, what do you think the Supreme Court did? They legislated from the bench, which is unconstitutional and illegal and frankly, every judge who ruled against the states in the marriage case should be impeached and then brought up on charges.

Tantaros professed to be a Christian and as a Christian, she should know that God’s law is what man’s law should be based upon. William Blackstone wrote:

No enactment of man can be considered law unless it conforms to the law of God.

Sadly, too many End-times “prophets” and Christians are running around proclaiming to be on the lookout for an electronic “Mark of the Beast” and have failed to realize that symbolism of the mark being on the forehead or the hand was tied directly to the observance of God’s Law found in Deuteronomy 6. The Mark of the Beast (Rev. 13:16-18) is following tyrants and their usurped laws instead of God’s laws. These people further fail to understand how it is contrasted with those who are redeemed who are also sealed in their foreheads (Rev. 7:3). They are the ones who do what? Keep the commandments of Jesus (The Law of God) (rev. 12:17; 14:12).

As a side note, I’m not saying get an electronic implant. I think we should be wary of any command of government that would make such a requirement law and we should openly reject it, but that is not the point that is being communicated in Revelation 13. It is an issue of who you are bowing to, God or the State, and which one is the Lawgiver. That determines who you are worshipping.

Tantaros is advocating the true Mark of the Beast, not the Law of God.

Beyond that, Tantaros should know that the Constitution did not give authority to the federal government concerning marriage and since it did not do so, those rights are reserved to the states and the people (Tenth Amendment).

It is this stupidity and ignorance that is destroying America. As a Christian, perhaps Tantaros needs to understand what Romans 13 teaches and then tell us why the Nazis were wrong for following their pretended laws and unlawful orders based on those pretended laws. I’ll bet she will side with me on that issue, but is completely inconsistent when it comes to Kim Davis, who actually followed the law, but rejected unlawful orders.

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