“The Republican party, led by Abraham Lincoln refused to accept the results of these legal and constitutional elections and committed the very definition of treason by waging total war on the entire Southern population for four long years. Understanding that there was always a danger that a future government could become tyrannical, the founders defined treason in Article 1, Section 3 of the Constitution as: “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.” The key words here are “their” and “them.” The words “United States” in all the founding documents is in the plural, signifying the free and independent states and not something called “the United States government in Washington, D.C.” Levying war against “them” meant against any state or states, which of course exactly what Lincoln did when he refused to abide by the votes taken at the Southern secession conventions. Assuring the world that his invasion and waging total war against his own country had nothing to do with slavery but with “saving the union,” Lincoln’s war resulted in as many as 850,000 war-related deaths according to the latest research; the effective destruction of the American system of federalism; the establishment of totalitarian tyranny in the Northern states during the war with the nearly total abolition of civil liberties there; and the failure to do what all the rest of the world – including the Northern U.S. states – did about slavery and end it peacefully.
There is a lot of talk of another Civil War in America these days. The reason for such talk is all of the violence that has been organized by what is effectively the military wing of the Democrat National Committee – Antifa and Black Lives Matter. They have rioted, looted, committed serial acts of arson, and even murdered.”