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There's a second Constitution, and no one ever talks about it

Published in Blog on July 17, 2017 by Convention Of States Project

Professor and constitutional attorney Jenna Ellis joined the Daily Ledger this week to talk about how the Supreme Court has created two Constitutions -- the Constitution-as-written and the Constitution-as-interpreted. These faulty interpretations have turned the Court into a "super legislature."

Check it out in the video below.

Did you catch that? The Supreme Court "follows" the Constitution, but it's the wrong one. They follow the Constitution as they're interpreted it rather than the Constitution the Founders actually wrote. That means, as we explain in the video below, the Constitution is actually a 3000-page document that does nothing but grant the federal government power and authority.

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