Sovereignty 101: Does the Constitution Have Any Authority? - Report
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Sovereignty and common law enthusiasts often use arguments in court without carefully considering one thing: does the US Constitution have any authority? Although it is hailed as the “Supreme Law of the Land”, the Constitution is not a binding contract, since the people who signed it were witnesses, not signatories to a contract. Even if they were signatories, they have long since died and their legal contracts do not apply to descendants like us who were never party to them. Judges have even stated as much in their published legal opinions and judgments. If you plan on defending yourself, this is vital information about the real legal basis of US Courts today.
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