States Don’t Need To Petition To Leave The Union


You might have heard stories this past week about states that are petitioning the President for permission to secede from The Union.  The Union, being The United States of America.  But this actually is just sloppy reporting by the main stream media.

First of all, what are being filed are petitions on the White House’s website by groups of citizens.  In order for the President to review them, or do whatever it is he does with them, they have to get a certain number of signatories.  These are not, I repeat, NOT, petitions by the actual States themselves.  Anyonereporting otherwise is simply wrong.

Second of all, it is a pointless exercise because States do not need to petition the federal government, much less the messiah, to secede.  They simply say, “We’re seceding.”  Then they secede.

See, the Constitution spells out the powers of our federal government.  It also clearly states that, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”  That would be in Amendment Ten.

Read more at Canada Free Press. By J.J. Jackson.


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