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Petitions

These petitions are designed to demand government at different levels to comply to the Constitution. We also include the law suits which are derived from the failing of government to respond

 

 

 

Please feel free to contact us regarding questions or concerns about the content of these petitions below or if there is anything we need to correct. Thank you.

 

We need your help getting the attention of Constitution supporting Attorney Generals. Please contact these Attorney Generals to solicit their support in this lawsuit:

Austin Knudsen, AG Montana
Office of the Attorney General
215 N Sanders St.
Helena, MT 59601
Phone: 406-444-2026
Daniel Cameron, AG Kentucky
Office of the Attorney General
700 Capital Avenue, Suite 118
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601-3449
Phone: 502-696-5300
Ashley Moody, AG Florida
Office of the Attorney General
State of Florida PL-01 The Capitol
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1050
Phone: 850-414-3300
Chris Carr, AG Georgia
Office of the Attorney General
40 Capitol Square, SW
ATLANTA, GA 30334
Phone: 404-458-3600
Patrick Morrisey, AG West Virginia
The Office of the Attorney General
State Capitol Complex, Bldg. 1, Room E-26
Charleston, WV 25305
Phone: 304-558-2021
Ken Paxton, AG Texas
The Office of the Attorney General
PO Box 12548
Austin, TX 78711-2548
Phone: 512-463-2100

 

 

Law Suit Charging Congress For Violating The Constitution

Robert Schulz, of the We the People Foundation, has filed in the DC federal court this week. After Petitioning Congress prior to their meeting on January 6th to accept of reject the Electoral College, the 1st Amendment petititons (see below the Summons and Complaints that would force the Court to order Congress to choose constitutionally choose the President.  The details will be disclosed on Friday the 19th of February on several shows including the Reclaiming the Republic show on Red State Talk Radio.  Suffice it to say, the outcome of the 2020 election is not over.

 

SUMMONS ISSUED TO CONGRESS 3-04-2021

Both the House and the Sentate have been informed they are being sued and have 60 days to respond.

 

COMPLAINT AGAINST CONGRESS 2-15-2021

The Supreme Court are the guardians of the Constitution, it is their responsibility to keep government in compliance to the Constitution.

 

 

COMPLAINT AGAINST CONGRESS MOL FOR S.J. COVER LETTER

The cover letter for requesting a summary judgement.

 

COMPLAINT AGAINST CONGRESS MOL IN SUPPORT OF S.J.

The Plaintiffs' Memorandum Of Law (MOL) is support of motion for an expedited Summary Judgment.

 

SUMMONS AGAINST CONGRESS 2-15-2021

The summons of Congress to respond.

 

COMPLAINT AGAINST CONGRESS LTR TO REPRESENTATIVES

Cover letter to Representative in Congress that they are being sued and why.

COMPLAINT AGAINST CONGRESS LTR TO SENATORS

Cover letter to Sentators in Congress that they are being sued and why.

The Original Petitions

Below are the petitions served to Congress advising them the Electrol College from 31 States were unconstitutionally formed and that Congress must reject the 2020 Electoral College and in accordance with the 12th Amendment the duty in choosung the President and Vice President fell upon Congress.

 

FIRST AMENDMENT PETITION FOR REDRESS OF VIOLATIONS OF THE GUARANTEE AND ELECTORS CLAUSES OF THE CONSTITUTION FOR THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

This petition possesses a comprehensive listing of all 31 States that violated of the U.S. Constitution defined process in the manner for choosing the Electors.  This role, responsibility, and power is placed upon the Legislative Body of each State and cannot be done by members of the States executive or judiciary branches, or even members of the federal executive or judiciary branches.  Consequently, 401 Electors have been unconstitutionally selected to choose the President; therefore, these Electors are not constitutionally qualified to choose the President and Vice President of the United States. 

In accordance with the Constitution, when the Electoral College is unable to choose the President and Vice President, this responsibility falls upon Congress.  As each member of Congress is legally bound by an oath of office, they must contest, reject, and discard the Electoral College and fulfill their responsibility in choosing the President and Vice President. 

 

 

 

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