BLM’s Seizure of Nevada Rancher’s Land Rights Unconstitutional

BLM's Seizure of Nevada Rancher's Land Rights Unconstitutional

“No power exists in the people of this or any other State of the Federal Union to dissolve their connection therewith or perform any act tending to impair[,] subvert, or resist the Supreme Authority of the government of the United States. The Constitution of the United States confers full power on the Federal Government to maintain and Perpetuate its existance [sic], and whensoever any portion of the States, or people thereof attempt to secede from the Federal Union, or forcibly resist the Execution of its laws, the Federal Government may, by warrant of the Constitution, employ armed force in compelling obedience to its Authority.” -nevada state constitution

via BLM’s Seizure of Nevada Rancher’s Land Rights Unconstitutional.

Forget all the conspiracies and criminal activities of Harry Reid and his cohorts. Lets just focus on this line from the Nevada Constitution. Ratified in 1864, this is the most UNconstitutional state constitution I’ve ever seen. They ignore the enumerate powers of the congress (where the power of the federal government lies), as well as the 10th amendment which clearly states that the “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.”  More importantly, this is a STATE constitution. It has the foundation for law IN THAT STATE, yet it declares that ‘people in OTHER STATES don’t have the right to “dissolve their connection” to the federal government, nor to “perform any act tending to impair[,] subvert, or resist the Supreme Authority of the government of the United States.”

The state of nevada is trying to tell ME that their constitution disallows me from ‘resisting the (so called) ‘supreme authority’ of the federal government?

a) There is no ‘supreme authority’ in the federal government.b) Kiss my ass nevada.

“When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty.”


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