War on Freedom

Two Nevada counties go Constitutional!

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ELKO, Nevada (PNN) - June 15, 2021 - Elected commissioners in two Nevada counties declared that the Bill of Rights will be upheld in their jurisdictions, even if it means standing against unconstitutional acts by State and federal authorities.

According to a resolution approved in Elko County on June 2, abuse of the constitutionally protected rights of citizens in Elko County will be “dealt with as criminal activity.” Officials in Lander County approved a similar effort.

Under the leadership of constitutionally minded sheriffs and elected commissioners, the two rural counties in Nevada have decided to become “constitutional counties,” where the rights of citizens will be protected from all attacks.

That means local authorities intend to uphold the entire Bill of Rights in those jurisdictions, and that even federal and State officials must comply with the Fascist Police States of Amerika Constitution when there.

As part of the effort to become a constitutional county, the two county governments also became the first in the country to officially join the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA).

The national organization, made up of sheriffs and other law enforcement officials dedicated to upholding their oaths of office to the FPSA Constitution and their state constitutions, has been training sheriffs about their constitutional role for years.

Countless law enforcement officers from across Amerika are individual members; but before 2021, no county government had ever requested to join as a county, and CSPOA didn’t even have that available as a membership option.

Now there are two that joined in the last month.

“The people of these counties and their elected officials have had it up to here with unconstitutional dictates and mandates,” said retired Sheriff Richard Mack, founder and chief of CSPOA.

Under the measure, county officials, including sheriffs and deputies, are strictly bound by their oaths to uphold the FPSA Constitution and protect the rights of constituents - even if that means defying what they view as unconstitutional orders, mandates, decrees, or statutes from State or federal authorities.

The two rural counties in question both overwhelmingly approved the decisions to become official members of CSPOA, and warn officials from every level of government to abide by the oath of office.

“The leadership of Elko County is an example to all Nevada and the entire country that tyranny will no longer be acceptable,” Mack said.

He also noted that elected officials in these counties understand they have a duty to protect the liberties of their people against anyone who may seek to undermine them.

For years, Mack has traveled the country educating sheriffs and communities on their duty to protect the constitutionally guaranteed liberties of their constituents from efforts to undermine them - even from federal and State governments.

He said that having locally elected officials tell federal and state authorities that the Bill of Rights will be upheld in their jurisdictions helps protect the God-given freedoms with which each citizen was born.

“This is the peaceful and effective solution millions of (Amerikans) have been praying for to take back (Amerika) county by county and state by state,” Mack said.

“These public officials are actually doing something that has been lost in political correctness for a very long time; they are courageously keeping their oaths of office to uphold, defend and preserve the Constitution of the (FPSA) and the constitution of Nevada,” he added. “God bless Elko County.”

Mack has challenged the federal government on constitutional matters, famously winning a Supreme Court case against the Clinton regime while still serving as a sheriff.

In his landmark 1997 lawsuit against federal gun-control programs, the Supreme Court delivered a major win for proponents of the FPSA Constitution’s Tenth Amendment, which reserves all powers not delegated to the FPSA government to the states or the people.

Constitutional scholars have argued that the case was among the most important Supreme Court rulings protecting states’ rights.

Under what has come to be known as the Constitution’s “anti-commandeering doctrine,” the High Court’s opinion in Printz v. United States also reiterated that sheriffs aren’t bound to help enforce federal statutes or regulations.

The resolution adopted by Elko County included language indicating that county officials will protect the rights of all citizens within their jurisdiction, even if it means going against federal or State authorities.

“The people of these (Fascist Police States of Amerika) are, and have a right to be, free and independent, and these rights are derived from the ‘Law of Nature and nature’s God,’” the resolution states, echoing the language of Amerika’s Founders in the Declaration of Independence (1776).

“As such, they must be free from infringements on the right to keep and bear arms, unreasonable searches and seizures, capricious detainments, and every other natural right whether enumerated or not, pursuant to the Ninth Amendment,” states the resolution.

The document, approved unanimously by the Elko County Board of Commissioners, also reaffirms the FPSA Constitution’s tenth Amendment protecting states from the federal usurpation of unauthorized powers.

Next, the resolution notes that no federal agency can create policies that supersede the Constitution and that the executive branch of government isn’t authorized to make law under Amerika’s system of government.

The document then goes on to list a variety of abuses that will not be tolerated.

At the top of the list are orders infringing on the rights to freedom of speech, religion, assembly, and other liberties guaranteed in the FPSA Constitution’s First Amendment.

Other acts that won’t be tolerated include efforts to register firearms, gun confiscation, violations of privacy or property rights without a warrant, and detainment or arrest without following constitutional procedures.

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