7 November, 2020

Bogus Amendment? Then Bogus Laws

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", constitution, constitutional rights, Fourteenth Amendment, Reconstruction, Socrates at 12:12 pm | Permanent Link

I’ve said this many times: the 14th Amendment (1868) is invalid and void, like other Reconstruction-era laws. Importantly, all “civil rights” laws in America are “anchored” to the 14th Amendment. No 14th? Then no civil rights laws. (That also means that Sen. Kamala Harris cannot hold any public office, at all, since she is not a natural-born citizen).

“A MISTAKEN BELIEF — that there is a valid article in the Constitution known as the “Fourteenth Amendment” — is responsible for the Supreme Court decision of 1954 and the ensuing controversy over desegregation in the public schools of America. No such amendment was ever legally ratified by three fourths of the States of the Union as required by the Constitution itself. The so-called “Fourteenth Amendment” was dubiously proclaimed by the Secretary of State on July 20, 1868. The President shared that doubt. There were 37 States in the Union at the time, so ratification by at least 28 was necessary to make the amendment an integral part of the Constitution. Actually, only 21 States legally ratified it. So it failed of ratification.”

[Article].


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