Sheriffs discover nullification
Mr. Shire Reeve:
If you accept any "federal money", equipment, supplies, or oversight, you are already an oathbreaker.
If you enforce any anti-drug "laws", you are already an oathbreaker.
If you have ever arrested anyone on any "weapons charges", you are already an oathbreaker.
If you allow federal "law enforcement" to operate in your employers' territory in order to commit any of those acts, you are already an oathbreaker.
What's one more violation to you? Why make a fuss now, when you have been happy to betray your neighbors thus far? Is it to fool people into believing you have principles? Is it to cover your... "self"... when your neighbors start picking up pitchforks and lighting torches? Are you trying to give yourself plausible deniability?
I won't be fooled. Some of your neighbors probably won't be fooled, either.
You have already chosen your side. Unless you switch sides, unequivocally, now- and immediately cease and desist your unconstitutional, immoral, and unethical actions this instant.
Past violations can be forgiven. Future actions will be tallied.
Where will you be standing when the account comes due?
(The other side of the coin: Law enforcers openly admit to being criminals)