COLOR OF LAW: COLORING the CONSTITUTION « Ed Rivera
There are no less than 5 Presidents in the Constitution.
The President Elect has never taken the proper oath to the Office of President.
No President has ever taken an oath to support the written Constitution.
The President elected by the Electors appoints the President of the United States.
George Washington established the precedent of appointing himself to be President of the United States.
The Commander in Chief in this Constitution is not the President of the United States.
The Chief Justice is not a Judicial Officer.
The United States Supreme Court is not a Judicial Court.
Washington, D. C. and Puerto Rico are considered to be States of the Union.
All you know about the Constitution is what you have been told and what you have been told is all wrong. Government is broken and can’t be fixed because no one knows what the government law that put it together really is. We can all agree that unconstitutional laws are void—what can be done with an unconstitutional Constitution?
George Washington appointed himself President of the United States by taking the oath of Office of President of the United States. In that oath Washington promised to “preserve, protect and defend” the Constitution of the United States. George Washington presided over the Constitutional Convention, so we can be sure that he knew “preserve, protect and defend” does not mean “to support.”………..