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Robert B. Evnen Broke His Oath of Office

Dear Public Servants, Enough is enough. "Governments are instituted among people" to secure our rights, not to take them away. Hence the check-and-balance nature of the 'separation of powers'... and the bully pulpit afforded every public servant so they can stand in the gap and lift up their voice (which, sadly, rarely gets used).

Robert B. Evnen took the following Oath of Office (as did you):

"I do solemnly swear that I will support the constitution of the United States, and the constitution of the State of Nebraska..."

By way of reminder, here are the rights he swore to support:


Nebraska State Constitution I-1. All persons are by nature free and independent, and have certain inherent and inalienable rights; among these are life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness, and the right to keep and bear arms for security... and such rights shall not be denied or infringed by the state or any subdivision thereof. To secure these rights, and the protection of property, governments are instituted among people, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. I-22. ...there shall be no hindrance...to the right of a qualified voter to exercise the elective franchise.

Nothing is more paramount to the security of our rights than the elective franchise. This is how we came by our Constitution, and this is how we enforce it. The elective franchise allows us to peacefully root out "public servants'' who fail to do their job—or worse, turn into tyrants. But an elective franchise without integrity (transparency and security) is not an elective franchise. It is a charade. Designed to make us think we have a voice when we do not... designed to make us think we have "consent of the governed" when we do not. (Such is the case with many third-world "elections.") Robert B. Evnen has not only failed to keep his oath to secure our rights, he has undermined our rights, by undermining our elective franchise. He did exactly what the Obama/Clinton/Biden regime wanted him to do with the pandemic narrative. He used it as an excuse to promote mass unsupervised/unsecured voting, which he himself admits opens the door wide to election fraud. He also allowed interference in our elections from Mark Zuckerberg, to the tune of $404,000. And then he has the nerve to turn around and tell us there was no fraud, without conducting any investigation whatsoever. Mr. Evnen must be compromised, in some fashion or another. There is only one reason why a person refuses to be transparent. That person has something to hide.

Our freedoms were won by great sacrifices. It is not asking too much that our freedoms be maintained by small sacrifices. In-person voting on election day (with a few exceptions) is a very small sacrifice. In reality, it is no sacrifice at all.


Mr. Evnen should be stripped of his bond, stripped of his office, and indicted for malfeasance. He was complicit in the theft of an election. And now, We the People are being damaged by that theft. Not only are we suffering an ongoing denial of our inherent and inalienable right to a secure elective franchise whereby we give and withhold consent, we are suffering "a long train of abuses and usurpations" as a direct result of the fraudulent election of Joe Biden. We demand remedy. Robert J. Borer P.S. At this time, Evnen is still a free man. Who knows how long that will last, since he incriminates himself every time he opens his mouth. As long as he is a free man, it is our duty to reprimand him for the injustice he has been complicit in. We can also inundate him with reprimands for refusing to debate.

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