The Establishment of State Franchises Based Upon Fraud on the Surface.
- With no delegated authority…the state governors fraudulently sell out their state citizens.
- Senate Report 93-549
- “The Constitution is a LAW for rulers and people equally in war and peace. by Judge Anna von Reitz, Alaska
According to 16 American jurisprudence, 2nd Edition, Sections 71 and 82, no “emergency” justifies a violation of any Constitutional provision. Arguendo, “Supremacy Clause” and “Separation of Powers”, yet it is clearly admitted in Senate Report No. 93-549, that abridgment has occurred.
On March 6, 1933 the federal government got the Conference of Governors to pledge the full faith and credit of the several States of the Union and their citizenry to the aid of the National Government, (see pp. 18 – 24 of The Public Papers and Addresses of Franklin Roosevelt, Volume II, The Year Of Crisis, March 6, 1933) for what they openly admitted to doing. They also encouraged the President to ask for and use extra-constitutional powers during the “emergency” that continues to this day.
This was a completely voluntary action on the part of the Governors. They acted without granted Authority and without any sufficient material interest to pledge the “full faith and credit” of the 50 States and that of the State’s “citizenry” as credit in behalf of the “United States of America”.
It was fraud on the face of it.