Petition For Redress Against Unconstitutional Acts

The first amendment to the constitution gives American citizens the right to petition our governmentt for redress when our government actions contradicts or violates the constitution.

Dear Elected Official:

It has become clear that the Constitution of the United States is being violated by countless actions of this administration, the judiciary, and the house of Congress. These violations pose a direct threat to our liberties and the rule of law. They jeopardize our very existence as a free nation. Consequently, we are deeply concerned that many of our elected officials have abdicated their oath of office to protect the Constitution, either by act or omission.

Constitutional Defenders of Texas has organized in response to the failure of those leaders who do not share our nations vision of liberty. We have investigated and chronicled both the violations and violators and are publishing educational materials to inspire public action. The record of history is clear. For nearly three centuries we have resisted tyranny abroad. There is a growing concern that, while we have been resilient against foreign enemies, we risk losing a more insidious and subtle internal struggle. It is our duty, as free people, to maintain our status as such.

We petition your explicit support and immediate response as we demand redress from the government and its agents regarding these violations. A constitutional republic requires leaders, chosen by the governed, to serve as guarantors of their sole constituency; liberty. When those in government are destructive towards these means, it is the duty of the governed to alter their course. If these efforts are met with resistance, the preservation of liberty requires that those unfit and unwilling to serve as guarantors be immediately removed and replaced.

While this letter serves as encouragement for you to reaffirm your sworn oath and your unconditional commitment to the protection of our liberty, we will aggressively pursue the restoration of our rights with or without your blessing.

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Public Comments (1,289)
Feb 3rd, 2017
Someone from Cocoa, FL writes:
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Social Security Act Title IV-D (Part D?Child Support and Establishment of Paternity) Is in direct violation of our constitutional rights, no state or government should be ruining peoples lives over a dept, removing your right to a fair trial, child support enforcement along with the fake judges that support this act are as well, it goes against their oath to uphold the constitution to the letter.
Nov 12th, 2016
Shane B. from Colorado Springs, CO signed.
Oct 30th, 2016
Tammy H. from Lewisville, TX signed.
Dec 3rd, 2015
Someone from Mahopac, NY signed.
Jul 5th, 2014
Someone from San Diego, CA signed.
Feb 19th, 2014
Someone from Odessa, TX signed.
Feb 9th, 2014
Someone from Fort Worth, TX signed.
Feb 2nd, 2014
Someone from Sherburn, MN signed.
Dec 5th, 2013
Someone from Old Hickory, TN writes:
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Article 23. ?Bill of Rights Act? The ?Constitution of the United States? starts with, ?WE THE PEOPLE???. It is a Document that was written ?by? and ?for? the People, to the New Government, not to divide us, but to bring us together in uniformity with Justice for all. The ideas and ideals written therein were contrived from the Declaration of Independence and the ?Articles of Confederation?. The ?Bill of Rights? were founded on the principles of the Peoples natural Rights, as seen by our Creator, to protect ourselves, our families, homes and property and of our own sovereignty and hence that of the States in the Union under their own Constitution. We understood that when a Government attains to much power, they will use that what the peoples have written against us, to subverse those Laws written, to contain them, and then abuse or disregard those we had written for ourselves for our protection, and limit what we can do by other Laws. The ?Laws? or Amendments to the Constitution, 1 thru 10, are ?Unalienable? rights and can not be construed to have been written by Government for us, they were, at time of writing, to be assumed already and not to be ?Infringed? upon, for any reason, under any circumstances or subverted by any Law contrived by Congress or the Executive Branch of Government. (1.) Whereas; No Law contrived by Government nor Congress, may avert, subverse, subvert, infringe or otherwise overtly oppress any Amendments of the Bill of Rights, known as Amendments 1 thru 10. (2.) Whereas; Any Act, Bill, Law nor Amendment to the Constitution that is contrary to the Bill of Rights, shall be considered as an act of Sedition and therefore an act of War to the People by the Administration, Congress or any person that brings forward the Bill or Act that averts or suppresses those unalienable Rights.
Nov 29th, 2013
Someone from Columbus, OH signed.

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