That he’s mad, ’tis true, ’tis true

Warning from yours truly! 

“That he’s mad, ’tis true, ’tis true ’tis pity, and pity ’tis, ’tis true —a foolish figure,”

William Shakespeare, Hamlet

 Aquai/Aquine, a site to answer questions from our main website : That he’s mad, ’tis true, ‘ ’tis pity (aquaiaquineblog.blogspot.com)

Many years ago I wrote a post on the Unites States in the battle of ‘Armageddon’ and no one pushed the ‘like button’ or even a comment!

Because, I wrote on the United States of America as one of the major allies of Satan in this battle?

The Battle of Armageddon | Endtime Ministries | Irvin …

I write again today, how do you feel about this now my friends?

No longer just my words!

More than 100 scholars warn democracy is in grave danger!

Now, in a striking intervention, more than 100 scholars of democracy have signed a new public statement of principles that seeks to make the stakes unambiguously, jarringly clear: On the line is nothing less than the future of our democracy itself.

Robert Reich – More than 100 scholars across the country …

“Our entire democracy is now at risk,” the scholars write in the statement, which I obtained before its release. “History will judge what we do at this moment.”

Over 100 Leading Scholars From Right to Left Warn That U.S. Democracy is in Grave Danger (politicalflare.com)

GOP Is Putting US Democracy in Mortal Danger, Over 100 Scholars Warn (businessinsider.com)

Republicans are putting America’s democracy in mortal danger, more than 100 scholars warn (businessinsider.nl)

OPINION: A FRANTIC WARNING FROM 100 LEADING EXPERTS: OUR DEMOCRACY IS IN GRAVE DANGER ~ The Washington Post – The Rōbert [Cholo] Report (pron: Rō’bear Re’por) (therobertreport.net)

“Our entire democracy is now at risk,” the scholars write in the statement,

Statement of Concern (newamerica.org)

Which I obtained before its release.

“History will judge what we do at this moment.”

And these scholars underscore the crucial point: Our democracy’s long-term viability might depend on whether Democrats reform or kill the filibuster to pass sweeping voting rights protections.

“We urge members of Congress to do whatever is necessary — including suspending the filibuster — in order to pass national voting and election administration standards,” the scholars write, in a reference to the voting rights protections enshrined in the For the People Act, which passed the House and is before the Senate.

SIMPLE-SECTION-BY-SECTION_S.-11.pdf (senate.gov)