The Coming Constitutional Convention Contains the Tipping Point for Revolution

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by Dave Hodges

Pursuant to Article 5 of the US Constitution, if 34 states call for a convention, the convention is required to take place. Last week the state legislature of Michigan became the 34th state to demand a Constitutional Convention in the United States. There is no time requirement so a convention could be dragged out for years.  However, if a national convention does take place, then everything is on the table and the basic structure of our government could be changed forever. Subsequently, the Bill of Rights could be done away with in a formal manner.

Most will speak of the potential for such a convention to right the wrongs of the Obama administration. That is an unrealistic view. With a Constitutional Convention, America risks losing everything that separates us from us and China. If a convention does take place in 2016, it is clear to many of us that the seeds of civil disobedience, at the least, could come to the surface. At the most, the seeds of revolution could blossom into a bloody civil war. What would be the tipping point for such a confrontation in which a slumbering people awakens to reclaim its country?

Many of us are wondering what will be the tipping point when Americans, on a massive scale, begin to totally disregard and flagrantly disobey the authority of a government that does not respect the Constitution and American civil liberties. How far can the globalists push the American people before the American people will strike back? What will be the tipping point as we descend into WW III? Will it be an economic collapse? Will it be triggered by mass arrests under the NDAA? Will it be Obamacare?

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3 Responses to The Coming Constitutional Convention Contains the Tipping Point for Revolution

  1. “However, if a national convention does take place, then everything is on the table and the basic structure of our government could be changed forever.”

    That is NOT what Article V says. It is a convention for introducing amendments. It is not for the purpose of doing away with the Constitution.

    “The Congress, whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose amendments to this Constitution, or, on the application of the legislatures of two thirds of the several states, shall call a convention for proposing amendments…”

    • David says:

      Congress, not the people will send their delegates and rewrite the Constitution. I believe this completely but for those who do not, look to history. A convention to amend the Articles of Confederation and the Perpetual Union became an illegal body that usurped power from the existing government and gave us a completely new government. The convention became known as the Constitutional Convention. Four states attending this convention were charged by their state governments to have no ability to make any changes to the Articles of Confederation.

  2. bean says:

    http://cnsnews.com/news/article/mark-levin-states-should-call-convention-propose-amending-constitution

    there’s no constitution now. i do not believe the feds will ever give up the power they have stolen. the convention of the states would be the last diplomatic effort to prevent what we all know is coming.

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