U.S. Constitution Trumps All Treaties!

We are told at every turn that treaties supersede the U.S. Constitution.  Article VI, paragraph 2 of the U.S. Constitution actually stipulates on the issue.    All treaties made, or which shall be made, may supersede State Constitutions, but it shall be bound by the U.S. Constitution.

In addition, as per the U.S. Senate ratification of the UN charter in 1945, the UN is not a soverign nation of equal standing in relation of the United States, thus, any treaty, or actions, such as the World Court, with the UN specifically, are null and void in relation to any U.S. law inside U.S. territory… Period!

To expand upon this further…   With all due respect to Dick Morris, a very insightful political guru, he made the comment that Hillary is going to sign the gun control treaty on July 27th.   He went on to say that because of the Vienna treaty, the treaty will be in force until the Senate votes it down.

Well, that may be true, if the treaty is bound within the constraints of the U.S. Constitution and current U.S. law; however, envision this absurd scenario…  If Hillary hypothetically signed an agreement, while the U.S. Senate was in recess, that the entire U.S.  population, or Christians, must be exterminated.   What are the chances that agreement would be enforced until the Senate’s vote?

Absolutely absurd?   Absolutely yes; however, it hopefully brings home the point that all treaties must be ratified before they can be enforced no matter what anyone, or group, may say.

Ratified valid treaties have only the same power as a federal law.   Legally, the U.S. Constitution can amended, not overridden.

Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest.   Good Day!

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