Delegates to Discuss Amending Constitution Dec. 6th at Mount Vernon,


State legislators from across the country will soon be gathering at Mount Vernon in northern Virginia to discuss the possibility of amending the U.S. Constitution.  According to Austin Hill of TheIdahoReporter.com about 90 state legislators from across the nation have committed to attending next month’s meeting at Mount Vernon, due to the organizing efforts of  Wisconsin state Rep. Chris Kapenga, R-Delafield, has who has undertaken the task of arranging a meeting of state legislators.  This is an historic moment in the history of our nation.  The birth of the United States of America began with a meeting of the First Continental Congress.  Dire circumstances require action.  This is the time to encourage your conservative legislators at the state level to attend the convention.  Talk show host and American patriot Mr. Mark Levin on November 13, and interviewed  Indiana Senate President David Long, and discussed David’s invitation to lawmakers for a State Convention that would propose amendments to change various provisions of

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the Constitution.  This marks a pushback by people at the state level to make their voices heard in Washington and to reclaim powers granted to the states that the federal government has increasingly eroded from its citizenry.

(H/T:  The Mark Levin Show)

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