Why do Americans give the US congress and senate legitimacy the way they do?

StandUp4Liberty Sat, 11/16/2019 - 21:53
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Let’s step back here for a minute to get a larger more significant understanding about the US Congress. Why do Americans give the US congress and senate legitimacy the way they do? According to the 2018 US census it recorded 327.2 million people. Beginning in 1790, after each census, Congress enacted a law that specified the changes in the actual number of representatives. The law also designated the increase in the ratio of representatives to the population. In 1929 the Permanent Apportionment Act (solidifying banking and corporate power) became law holding the number of representatives at 435. This act was passed to make congress “manageable.” Make it a “law” to maintain 435 congressional members means that these 435 can be controlled better just as Congressman Adam Schiff is controlled. And the corporate charter, the Constitution which runs the government, that’s how the US government is supposed to run, says the US needs one member in congress for every 30,000 people. That means the US needs 10,907 congressional representatives.

The US only has 435 congressional representatives. The US congress operates off the Masons Meeting Manual which means 435 is not a quorum when 10,907 congressional members are required for a quorum. This means that there is nothing congress has done, no law that they have passed and no act of congress that is lawful. There is no government. The government ceases to exist. They are sine die (sine die is Latin for “without day”; means “without assigning a day for a further meeting or hearing”). If Americans have had enough of what is going on in Washington, censor them. Stop giving them legitimacy by voting for congressional members.

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...them by a WHOLE LOT!  We could storm the House and physically run them out.

Of course there would be a lot of blood and death, but the point would be made.

But HERE is the underlying answer to your question...

WE ARE NOT REPRESENTED ANYMORE because in 1913 a law was passed limiting the number of representatives in the U.S. House to 435 (AS IT IS TODAY) NO MATTER HOW MUCH LARGER THE POPULATION GREW!!!

Americans don't realize the impact this had on the PEOPLE'S VOICE which is the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

It was designed to GROW WITH THE POPULATION and THAT is why we have a CENSUS every 10 years.

To illustrate my point consider this:

George Washington suggested about 1 Representative per every 30,000 to 40,000 citizens and that's how the Constitution was designed.

And as the country grew, so did the House of Representatives (which started out at about 30 right after the country was founded - to 435 in 1913) at which point the population had grown by a lot.

But that 1913 LAW changed everything by LIMITING the growth of the House to 435 - Never to grow any larger, such that today, each House member represents over 750,000 Americans!

HOW THE HELL CAN ONE REPRESENTATIVE listen to 750,000 citizens of their district???

THEY CAN'T - and that is why they put that rule in place in 1913.

Their reasoning:

If you want to pass bad laws (designed to TAKE AWAY OUR LIBERTIES), it's a lot easier to convince 218 members of the House (1 more than half of 435) to do that (Hell, you can even BUY that many votes), than to convince 4000 Reps which would be about half of the size of the House today had it been allowed to grow as our founders intended (about 8000 reps).

And so as I said, WE ARE NOT REPRESENTED.

But here's who is represented:

Lobbyists for big corporations,

Military contractors,

World Central Bankers,

Foreign countries (like Israel who has a lot of influence on the U.S. Congress) by buying the votes of elected officials,

etc...

But it sure isn't YOU AND ME if we have an issue for our congressperson.

It's utterly criminal and that law should be reprealed so that the House of Representatives (the voice of the people) can once again actually represent the WILL OF THE PEOPLE.

"We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed and over-regulated and overrun by bureaucrats - the founders would be ashamed." -Ron Paul

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The Number of Representatives shall not exceed one for every thirty Thousand, but each State shall have at Least one Representative. 
The "law" to limit the number of representives in the house would be unconstitutional, because of the above in Art I sec. 2
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