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42 views • January 3, 2024

2:10 - Rightful Remedy To Federal Overreach: Nullification

The John Birch Society
In this video, Peter Rykowski explains the constitutional principle of nullification and how it can be — and is being — used to rein in federal overreach. He explains that when the federal government usurps power not originally delegated to it by the federal Constitution, states can act to ensure that those usurpations are not enforced and, by extension, are null and void. Rykowski notes that nullification has been advocated and used multiple times in U.S. history, and he encourages citizens to inform their legislators and fellow citizens about it.
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