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This article appears in the December 4, 2020 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

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Juan Francisco Soto

Mr. Soto spoke in Spanish. The following are excerpts, via an interpreter, of his closing remarks.

Schiller Institute
Juan Francisco Soto

First of all, I would like to thank the Schiller Institute. It’s really an honor to participate with this excellent institution that stands for the greatest constitutional principles of the United States.

The answer to this crisis is to be found in the American institutions themselves, which have spread around the world as a model for democracy, and which has its own rules in the Constitution of the United States. …

The American Constitution fortunately provides for the Supreme Court of the United States; and to be able to get to the Supreme Court, you have to go through various lower courts, up through the appellate process. That is where the “deep state” has tried to deny the natural rights of citizens. …

For example, the case of Lyndon LaRouche, who has not been exonerated, and the role of Robert Mueller, who is a questionable character, who played a role in the LaRouche case and also the failed impeachment of Donald Trump.

And now this culminates in massive fraud. There is enormous evidence. What we don’t have are judges! And since you don’t have judges and you have a lot of evidence, you have to find answers in the Constitution itself. What does the U.S. Constitution tell us? That the states themselves play the central role in selecting the President. So voters and taxpayers should demand that all the legislatures of the states investigate ... the role of Smartmatic and Dominion voting machines, and the channeling of votes to Biden. … The taxpayers, after all, are responsible for paying for these multinational private companies that count the votes.

This has to be done to ensure due process. If this can’t be achieved in the federal courts, then there should be due process in the legislatures of each and every one of the states, based on the Constitution of the United States. …

These brave fighters, such as Leah Hoopes and the other people who are exercising their civil rights, are trying to expand the knowledge among citizens about the Constitution. The legislatures must ensure due process: there’s plenty of evidence; what is lacking are judges. But there are legislatures.

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