Why no "Or else..." clause in our Declaration? I leave that to The Trainer, who offered this brilliantly perfect reasoning:
Trainer: The consequence is inferred by the recipients of the declaration.
The phrase, "Restore the Constitution," itself is an imperative; a command, requiring compliance. In this case, the command comes from the citizenry, the masters of the government, according to all the founding principles, documents, and evidence available.
Logic dictates that a command issued, if disregarded, answered inappropriately, or ignored, brings about the situation of the application of a consequence.
Let them figure out the consequence, which will already be implied by the "This is the last time I come unarmed" shirts....