COMPLAINTS and the CONSTITUTION

Recently, there have been multiple posts on Parler, Twitter, Facebook, etc. on contacting your State and Federal elected officials. Most of the time you will be redirected to voicemail.


“We in America do not have government by the majority. We have government by the majority who participate.” ~Thomas Jefferson



The First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States closes on this fundamental right:


"Congress shall make no law respecting ... to petition the Government for a redress of grievances

The Congress (House of Representatives and Senate) can make no law to stop people from

asking their government officials (local, state or federal) to pay attention to their

complaints."


Congress is elected by the people, for the people, to represent the people. Originally, they were o


nly supposed to receive a stipend so they could adequately represent the people by working outside of government to provide for their families. Now, however, they are paid salaries through our tax dollars and have the ability to give themselves pay raises.



With so many patriots in the United States, we should be calling, emailing, writing in, and barraging our local, state, and federal officials with our grievances regarding taxes, mandates that are unconstitutional, laws that are signed negatively impacting our freedom, and any other grievance we have that influences our liberty and freedom.


We have the RIGHT for the government to listen to and heed our complaints.



Do not give up Patriots! Do not give in! Do not be silent! If you have ever been to a basketball, baseball, or football game here in the States, you have seen the massive LED screen urge us to "MAKE SOME NOISE!"


Go and MAKE SOME NOISE with the officials in our government and make YOUR VOICE HEARD! If they do not listen, get louder.


“I predict future happiness for Americans, if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them.” ~Thomas Jefferson


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