What do far-left organizations funded by George Soros have in common with far-right conservative groups like the Eagle Forum?
They all support the status quo, they all believe Washington should wield its power over the states, and they all oppose the Founder’s solution to federal overreach. In other words, anti-constitutionalists from both sides of the aisle have joined forces to oppose the growing movement among the grassroots to call the first-ever Article V Convention of States.
As Mark Levin explains in the video above, Soros-funded groups like Democracy 21 have realized that the states and the people are closer than ever to asserting their rightful place in the American system of government. They can’t stand the idea that the average American citizen might be able to influence the elite in D.C., so they’ve joined with the likes of the Eagle Forum to oppose the only solution that truly balances power between the states and the federal government.
Fortunately, grassroots activists in all 50 states have dedicated themselves to limiting the power and jurisdiction of the federal government -- no matter which extremist group stands in opposition. Ten states have called for a Convention of States so far, and that number will only increase.