National Emergency: Example Letter to the United States Senate
Example Letter to the United States Senate
City, State, Zip
The Honorable [Senator’s Name]
United States Senate
703 Hart, Senate Bldg.
Washington, D.C. 20510
Dear Sir (or Madam):
I am taking advantage of my American freedom, while I still have it, to urge you to stand up for the American people, and make it your position that the declared state of national emergency which has operated in this great nation for over sixty years be canceled immediately.
I have been apprised of the amendment to Section 5 (b) of the Trading with the Enemy Act of October 6, 1917, and understand the extraordinary powers it has conferred upon the Executive branch of our government. These excessive powers have been used to sell our nation into slavery, by effectively nationalizing our vital industries and separating the American citizen from their rights under common law.
I know that the Constitution of the United States has been set aside under this “national emergency”. I urge you now, as a servant of the American people, to commit yourself to working for its immediate return to its rightful owners – We, the People. If you are unwilling ‘ or unable to take this stand in defense of your country, I request that you tender your resignation so that another may take your place who is willing and/or able to do what you are not.
The Supreme Court once said,
“It is not the function of our government to keep the citizen from falling into error; it is the function of the citizen to keep our government from falling into error”.
As such, I hereby charge you to repeal Proclamations 2039 and 2040, and 12 USC 95 (a) and (b), reestablish the Constitution of the United States to its rightful position in our government, and Let My People Go.