legislative tribunals are not judicial courts

In the U.S. Constitution, judicial courts are established, and legislative tribunals are constituted.

Don’t be confused if a black robed priest tells you that you are in a court. You are not.

“The entire legislature can perform no judiciary act”
— James Madison in Federalist 47, first published by The New York Packet on January 30, 1788

There was never any intent of the founders to let legislative tribunals infringe on your rights.

“The way to secure liberty is to place it in the people’s hands, that is, to give them the power at all times to defend it in the legislature and in the courts of justice.”
— John Adams, A Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America, 1794

So how did we waive our rights?

Once you take a federal benefit, such as Unemployment Insurance, Food Stamps (EBT), welfare, or even Social Security, you become a 14th Amendment Citizen “and subject to the jurisdiction thereof”.  The Expatriation Act of 1868 “promptly and finally disavowed” your State allegiance.

Actions speak louder than words. By asking for taxpayer funded help, you have confessed that you cannot manage your own affairs in life.

  • Every Law Dictionary will tell you “The civil laws reduce an ungrateful freedman to his original slavery” Libertinum ingratum leges civiles in pristinam servitutem redigunt.

Local Judges must then treat you like federal wards. The Buck Act extends federal jurisdiction to everyone receiving a federal benefit. Article 6 second paragraph requires Judges in every state to be bound thereby.

A judge only has two categories to put you into:
all men are freemen or slaves

Your state can now receive federal funds to manage you.

You forfeit your right to religious liberty. (More)

The 14th Amendment is a martial law amendment. (More)

How can you recognize a legislative tribunal?

You can no longer have standing in any court to complain.


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