The Republican Party platform now rejects our Constitution as the law of the land

Those acting as public servants of the legal fiction called government do NOT have the jurisdiction to make decisions; they are over-reaching their very limited powers; and, that power lawfully belongs to the people by referendums; any un-constitutional actions are automatically null – void; in peace

Eideard

The Constitution, by its own terms, is the “supreme law of the land.” All judges are bound by the words of the Constitution, and all laws made by legislatures within the United States must yield to the Constitution’s provisions. This is the central insight of the American republic — the idea that the structure and limits of government are laid out in a written document, and that document is binding on all government actors subject to its terms.

The Republican Party’s 2016 Platform rejects this concept outright…

The GOP Platform’s section on constitutional law begins with a declaration of principles: “That God bestows certain inalienable rights on every individual, thus producing human equality; that government exists first and foremost to protect those inalienable rights; that man-made law must be consistent with God-given, natural rights; and that if God-given, natural, inalienable rights come in conflict with government, court, or…

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