Sleaford Tory MP Stephen Phillips today resigned over a High Court ruling, on Breixt sparking speculation about early elections, which will be conducted amid fears of massive voter fraud.
The government would be wise to delay the Sleaford by election for as long as possible to allow for investigation into whether the local voting and registration machines have been rigged or use a black box software that does not count the actual votes cast but uses algorithms instead, as this has just been discovered in the USA.
In fact, it would be best to start investigating the voting machines and election software used across entire UK immediately in the event Theresa May is forced to call a general election as Globalist Tory MPs withdraw from her government to block Brexit.
The Globalists could rig the election results to bring into power a Labour and Liberal Democrat coalition. The nightmare of Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister of the UK would materialize. Corbyn would immediately vote down a Brexit.
Philips resigned over the approach of Theresa May which which he claimed was an undemocratic process, a factually incorrect view reinforced by the incorrect judgement of the High Court yesterday.
The UK is a parliamentary and not a popular democracy. Parliament has already given approval for a Brexit following a Yes vote in a referendum. Parliament remains sovereign. The authority of Theresa May to trigger Brexit does not flow from the people but from a parliamentary vote.
Crooked government lawyers argued before the High Court that her authority flowed from the “will of the people”, knowing full well that it does not according to the constitution and, so, setting the government up to lose even though the constitutional process has already been followed and parliament has been sovereign.
The government has to present factually correct arguments to win the appeal and it has to find some honest lawyers to do it.
My own case in Greece is an example of how dangerous it is to leave an issue important to the Globalists in the hands of the overwhelmingly corrupt swamp of lawyers. It’s only because I started doing all the legal work myself that I have been able to force a real investigation 18 months after staggering crimes were committed against me with plenty of witnesses.
Theresa May might be wise to sit down with lawyers and review the case they present to ensure it is as strong as possible, also make sure the arguments are submitted in writing with the necessary evidence, as well as send an observer to make sure due process is followed. Winning the appeal is vital for Brexit.