Renz cited Harris' Jan. 22 speech during a pro-abortion rally in Tallahassee, Florida. While the former district attorney-turned-vice president quoted the Declaration of Independence, she omitted the part about "right to life" – one of three inalienable rights guaranteed in the founding document alongside liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
"This is what the Democrats do. They have no reverence or respect for our nation as it was founded," said Renz. "These are people that hate the way it was founded. They view the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution as just things that need to be removed from their constant quest for power."
According to Renz, Harris was fully supportive of infanticide. The lawyer expressed belief that abortion is one of the most racist practices that has ever occurred in America. (Related: Kamala Harris hates the First Amendment and loves abortion.)
He ultimately emphasized that officials of the federal government, including Harris herself, should demosntrate some semblance of respect for the founding documents, the Founding Fathers and the nation that gave them opportunities. Federal officials are not the only ones that should show this respect, but anyone working for the American government who has the role and honor to serve the people.
Renz said he views the founding documents and the Founding Fathers with a lot of reverence. The Founders, who believed in a Creator God, talked about certain inalienable rights He bestowed upon the people. Moreover, the Ohio lawyer believes both the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence are divinely inspired.
"Are they perfect? No, but they were so divinely inspired that they actually have built-in mechanisms for changing the amendment process. They were as good as any document that men ever produced, so I think these documents deserve some reverence."
The "Lawfare" host also called on We The People, especially the patriots, to knock down the tyrants in their midst as their inalienable rights empower them to do so. He pointed out that every human on Earth has liberty wherever they are and no one can take that away from them.
But the price for exercising liberty varies depending on where a person lives. He cited the example of China, where people can be jailed or get shot when they go out and exercise their right to free speech. The inalienable rights all come with a cost, which is lesser in a nation that has more freedom.
"We fought for it, we earned it, and hen most of us didn't have to pay much for it. So, we got lazy and allowed it to slip away," Renz concluded. "Now, the cost of liberty in the U.S. is substantially higher and we have to fight to get the price back down. It should never have happened, but that's where it is."