Jacquelyn could any one of the millions of Americans who don't feel heard or represented in Washington. That's why she's supporting the Convention of States movement.
As she explained to a Wisconsin state legislative committee, she drove two hours from her home for the opportunity to be heard by her elected representatives. She wants her state legislators to support the Convention of States movement because it's the only way to get the federal government to pay attention to Americans who don't live in a big city on the coast.
"I'm not an expert. I'm just an ordinary citizen. I'm here because I wanted to be heard. I feel like people like me don't get heard very much. It seems like our representatives don't represent us," she said. "They don't hear people like us. They mock us. They make fun of us. They call us deplorables. They call us Neanderthals."
"We just live in flyover country. We're not important. We don't matter. And that's very worrisome," she said.
We wanted to highlight Jacquelyn's testimony to let her and the rest of the American grassroots know that we hear you! But we don't just listen and sympathize--we have a plan to make Washington hear you, too.
An Article V Convention of States is called and controlled by the states and has the power to propose constitutional amendments. Congress, the President, and the Supreme Court don't have any say in the process. But these amendments can drastically change the way Washington does business.
States can propose amendments that mandate a balanced budget, limit the terms of office for federal officials, and eliminate the deep state by restricting the federal government's jurisdiction and spending power. If We the People call a Convention and propose these amendments, you can bet the federal government will sit up and take notice. They won't dare insult us or ridicule us when we use our power under Article V to strip them of their authority.
To join Jacquelyn and other like-minded patriots, sign the petition below!