Constitution for the United States of America

Article 1
Section 1

All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.

Section 1.

All Legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States,

We, the People of the United States of America used our Constitution to create three separate and distinct Branches of our Federal Government.

In Article 1 of the Constitution we created the Legislative Branch and stated that it held the exclusive right to create such laws may be needed to enable the Federal Government to accomplish the tasks that We would mandated be done. We, did not give the Legislature the power to create laws outside the bounds We set in the Constitution.

When the Constitution says "ALL legislative powers" it means exactly that - only Congress has the power to enact a law.

When the President issues an "Executive Order" that purports to be binding upon the people it is a violation of the Separation of Powers We established in our Constitution. Such order is not, and cannot, be binding upon the people. It is null and void from its inception. The Executive Branch absolutely cannot exercise any of the powers of either the Legislative Branch or the Judicial Branch.

Nor may the Courts exercise the power of Congress. Any Judge, or group of Judges, that issues a court order that purports to create a law binding upon the people has violated the Separation of Powers and such order is null and void from its inception. The Judicial Branch has absolutely no right to exercise any of the powers of the Legislative Branch or the Executive Branch.

Each of these Branches was established to have separate powers and authority and they were strictly prohibited from infringing upon the power and authority of the other Branches. These Branches were also created to keep each other in check.

which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.

In order to implement our treaty organization it was necessary that each State provide Representatives to govern and control our Federal Government. Please take careful note of the fact that the Representatives are to govern and control the Federal Government, NOT the States, and certainly NOT the sovereign individuals residing in a State.

Nothing in this Section grants, or implies to grant, any specific power over the People it merely creates the Legislative Branch of the Government and states that the Legislature will have whatever legislative power will be granted later in the Constitution.

It certainly does not grant any specific legislative powers to control the Sovereign Citizens.

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