BlazeTV (formerly CRTV) is shining a light into the darkness of the D.C. swamp.
In this third episode, congressmen give viewers an inside look into the pay-to-play structure of committee assignments, and prove that all each party cares about is lobbyist money.
"Renting committee assignments and chairmanships should be illegal," says Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie. "If you did this sort of thing in a city council meeting or a state legislature, they would perp walk you in handcuffs in front of the evening news."
"But it's legal here," he continued, "because who's going to make a law stopping us?"
The American people, that's who.
By calling and convening the first-ever Convention of States, the states and the people can strip D.C. of its power and return that power to those city councils and state legislatures, where voters can truly hold their elected officials accountable.
A Convention of States can propose constitutional amendments that limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government. Decentralizing power will make it much more difficult for lobbyists to exert as much influence and much easier for We the People to keep dirty money out of governance.
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