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Soros shows his hand as his lobbying groups come out against a Convention of States

Published in Blog on October 17, 2019 by Convention Of States

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We've known for some time about the attacks planned by billionaire George Soros against the grassroots effort to call a Convention of States. We highlighted those attacks in 2017, and Mark Levin called him out on his radio show. 

But now Soros-backed groups are beginning to come out of the woodwork in state legislatures across the country.

In Wisconsin, for example, the group Common Cause came out against the Convention of States resolution and is actively lobbying state legislators to vote down the measure.

Common Cause describes itself as "non-partisan," but has vocally supported the impeachment of President Donald Trump and has been backed by Soros for years.

We need your help now more than ever. Will you join the fight in your state against the forces looking to maintain the status quo in D.C? Will you help us push back against elitist, big-money organizations trying to hijack the governing process in all 50 states? 

If your answer is, "Yes!" you can start by signing the Convention of States Petition below. That will tell your state legislators that you stand against Soros and Common Cause and with the 4 million American patriots who support the Article V movement. 

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Almost everyone knows that our federal government is on a dangerous course. The unsustainable debt combined with crushing regulations on states and businesses is a recipe for disaster.

What is less known is that the Founders gave state legislatures the power to act as a final check on abuses of power by Washington, DC. Article V of the U.S. Constitution authorizes the state legislatures to call a convention for proposing needed amendments to the Constitution. This process does not require the consent of the federal government in Washington, DC.

I support the Convention of States Project; a national effort to call a convention under Article V of the United States Constitution, restricted to proposing amendments that will impose fiscal restraints on the federal government, limit its power and jurisdiction, and impose term limits on its officials and members of Congress.

I want our state to be one of the necessary 34 states to pass a resolution calling for this kind of Article V Convention. You can find a copy of the model resolution and the Article V Pocket Guide (which explains the process and answers many questions) here: https://conventionofstates.com/handbook_pdf

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