(For those in other states: do you have socialist AGs running for Governor?)

Do you want Mills as Maine’s “Top Cop”?

Following article relates to Dept. of Health and Human Services corruption in state of Maine. It is written by a pretty solid patriot whose work is published at Steemit and elsewhere. I fear problems he discusses are pervasive in other states as well. The situation can only become far worse if Attorney Janet Mills is elected Governor (TOP COP) on November 6, 2018.

Maine… my home state… and our own DHHS issues and pedophile connections


“I’ve picked on Nebraska and Michigan pretty hard this week, but my home state of Maine is also a particularly hard hit area when it comes to the major curses of liberal family intervention. Rather than CPS –Child Protective Services– we use “DHHS” which stands for Department of Health and Human Services, but it’s the same thing…and boy have we been SERVICED over the years.

You see, Maine is uniquely placed when it comes to all the social engineering programs and the “education reforms” that have largely ruined America. Bar Harbor, a famous seaside community on breathtaking Mount Desert Island has been the summer retreat of the Rockefellers going back to well before World War II, and whenever their “geniuses” in one of their tax-exempt think tanks would come up with some new socialist scheme of “improvement,” Maine would very often act as a test case.”

Maine voters can change the landscape of this formerly truly conservative (original definition of word), but most recently “corrupt, socialist (Trotskyite) state on Tuesday, November 6, 2018:

Maine’s Democrat Attorney General Janet Mills is running for Governor!


As the late Governor James Longley, Maine’s last good Governor said:


“It”, back in the seventies could be applied to any one of Maine’s problems at that time, but especially NOW, repeat NOW with Attorney General Janet Mills leading in polls for Governor of the State of Maine! If elected, she will become Maine’s TOP COP!!!!!!

Get out November 6, 2018, and vote out the socialist/commies, many of whom are “newcommahs” who have been invading Maine since the nineteen sixties. These are the very people, including a handful of socialist Mainers, like AG Janet Mills, and the “insiders” hiding on “the islands off the coast” mentioned by author of above article, involved in changing our U.S. Constitutional Republic and Maine’s formerly straight up “representative form of government”. Maine has been deliberately changed into a communist state through highly trained federally-funded “change agents” promotion of political, economic, education, and environmental change. Maines’s acceptance of unconstitutional “regional government” in the mid-seventies set in motion the carving in stone (Maine granite) of communist regional government… unelected form of government and economy used in all communist countries.

DDD page 134 excerpt: The Daily World of November 8, 1975 carried a very interesting article entitled “Planning is Socialism’s Trademark” by Morris Zeitlin. The Daily World (newspaper of the Communist Party USA) was formerly known as The Daily Worker and was founded in 1924. The importance of this article lies in its blatant admission that regionalism, which is gradually becoming the accepted method of unelected governance in the United States (unelected councils and task forces, participatory democracy, public-private partnerships, etc.) is the form of government used in democratic socialist and communist countries.

See this link for Attorney General Janet Mills’ involvement in 100% unconstitutional, malicious prosecution and coverup, using Maine and national controlled media, of two attempted murders, last one leaving my son, a U.S. Marine Corps combat veteran in Gulf War I, Portland, Maine taxpayer, without vitals upon delivery by ambulance to hospital on Memorial Day May 30, 2016. Case file for suspect, who was given a “public defender” (even though he was never arrested or charged) has been sealed! Ask yourself: Why?

In light of the above documented information (provided in official discovery materials), tell me what you can expect if AG Janet Mills is elected to the highest office in the State of Maine?

Maine Voices: Maine’s entire court system, not just probate, needs an impartial review
The courts regularly get poor grades in surveys, but the oversight process of judges is inadequate.
By Jerome A. Collins
Special to the Press Herald

Jerome A. Collins is a resident of Kennebunkport and a member of Maine Guardian ad Litem Alert. He has served on two state task forces created to recommend changes to Maine’s guardian ad litem system.

KENNEBUNKPORT — Many Mainers have been troubled by recent public reports of questionable practices in York County Probate Court. Ethical allegations have been made about the county’s probate judge, and most informed citizens would like to see appropriate attention to the problem.
We’d start by asking: Is it a systemic problem indigenous to the current structure and modus operandi of all Maine probate courts, or is it a failure of “judicial oversight” – policing judges? Many citizens outside the legal system would ask: Could there have been any judicial oversight in this situation?

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