"America is not prejudice. It is the federal judges who are prejudice, bigoted and out of order." Manuel P. Asensio, Founder
The Domestic Relations Exception
The domestic relations exception to federal subject matter jurisdiction (“DRE”) allows federal judges to fabricate subject matter jurisdiction over domestic relations without federal oversight, neutral principles or written code of charges.
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JUDICIAL RAW WILL AND FORCE
The Asensio Consideration identifies how both sides and the federal judiciary use of "raw will and force" against the American people's rights. Raw will and force is a politically correct term used to avoid saying the word treason. Treason is the use of government power outside of the requirements of the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights to enforce national policy on issues such as inflation, election integrity, parental freedom, border security, and abortion. Here are the documents filed in the Asensio Consideration. Consideration of June 26, 2021 First Amendment of April 7, 2022 introducing the "Eva Asensio Anti-Judicial Conduct Act of 2023" Asensio Graphic Novel titled Trump versus the Federal Judges included in the Consideration Four Annexes to the Consideration of June 26, 2021 Annex 1: The Investigatory Work of the Institute of Judicial Conduct Annex 2 Part 1: Trump vs. the Federal Judges Part 1 Annex…
Regulating Federal Judiciary Policy Making
On October 15, 1980, in the aftermath of the Watergate scandal, during the Second Session of the 96th US Congress , which convened on January 3, 1980, Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States, signed the “Judicial Councils Reform and Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980 that became the Judicial Conduct Act and the Conference and Councils Law (Act)”  The Act is the result of an epic struggle between the American people and the federal judges. The Act ended voluntary unsupervised self-regulation and impeachment as the only two methods of disciplining the federal judges. It did so by authorizing any person to file a complaint against a federal judge or federal judges, and requiring that those complaints be resolved. The Act created the position of presiding officer of the Judicial Conference of the United States (Conference) to supervise and control the processing of these complaints and review…
The Federal Government’s Monstrous Policy Making
The American people's war against federal judges and their subversion of justice commenced with the Rules Enabling Act of 1934. This law failed and made things worse. Forty-six years later, the American people tried again with the Judicial Conduct Act of 1980. This law also failed and made things worse failed. In 2007 the House entered the Judicial Conduct Act of 2007. It was an attempt to amend the federal judicial code to define the crimes and misdemeanors for which a federal judge could be removed according to Articles II and III of the U.S. Constitution. The 2007 law was written to make it easier to remove a federal judge from office. As a result of this effort, the federal judges agreed on rules that would allow any person to file a complaint to impeach a federal judge. This happened in 2008, 28 years after the signing of the Judicial…
Plan to Eliminate the “Notion of Parental Rights”
Behind the backs of every America, the federal government has fabricated and is enforcing a national anti-family anti-religion policy they call the "domestic relations and domestic violence expectation." It exist and is being used nationwide against families in all 50 states and all 3,400 or so counties in America. It is pure unadulterated evil. In fact, law school professors and policy experts have gone to the extent of advocating what they call “notion” of parental rights be entirely abolished. This policy scheme blends into questions of the right of human beings to procreate without government approval.