How Clever Governments Avoid Constitutional Scrutiny

Has anyone noticed that the threat of an "imminent" lawsuit by Dominion Voting Systems' CEO against attorney Sidney Powell for promoting "falsities" in the context of her attempts to expose fraud in the 2020 presidential elections is a clever attempt to de facto nullify people's First Amendment right "to petition the Government for a redress of grievances"? If not, then here is an insight that may help to institute a preventive measure against such a nullification. First, here are the facts. According to the U.S. Constitution, state governments and their designated officers have a responsibility to administer presidential elections.  The Petition Clause of First Amendment protects "the right of the people ... to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."  In particular, it allows the people to sue the government for alleged fraud in elections. Those who sue or otherwise complain cannot be...(Read Full Article)