The citizens in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Washington DC, Guam, the Marianas, American Samoa all lack voting representation in Congress based on where they live. Their representatives are non-voting in Congress
Simple question, are people who can vote for a President and Congress who have Authority over them equal to people who cannot ?
Another simple question, if this were true, what would you be willing to do to correct this wrong?
Would you read the Constitution and become a fully active Citizen of the United States, literate in our history and legal traditions to serve your country and your state and the Contracts which bind us, together, to progress towards the future with Equal Justice for all?
Still simple, but certainly a lifelong committment I have already made, and I would not ask you to go as far as I have, but that is not what this is. You have time, and you have some money, and you know people. We can focus. we can do better, I have to believe, because I should have.
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Privileges and Immunities
Representation Penalty Clause (14-2)
14th amendment due process violations
- Felony disenfranchised- 6,100,000 American citizens were felony disenfranchised in 2016, according to the Sentencing Project.
- The inflection point in the rise in mass incarceration appears to be right after (1973) Richardson vs Ramirez, now approaching age 50 without serious rehearing
- At least 10.1 million American birthright citizens without the right to vote or the right to vote for voting representation in Congress in 2016 or 2020
- Qualifies as Whenever “voting rights are abridged”
- The Electoral College map like the congressional apportionment map is based on an apportionment of American citizens
- If all legal processes are not carried to completion, that apportionment map is legally invalid.
- Once specifically invoked, as in say a court of law, it qualifies as notification to the United States Government, that the electoral college cannot be certify a winner.
- As 14-2 requires a voting rights recalibration every single time voting rights are abridged, taking away Congressional representation from actual states, like Florida, who should lose
 1) 14-2 is a replacement amendment, much the same as the 12th amendment, making the resulting situation as absurd to the Constitution as Walter Mondale showing up for work to the VP’s office in 1985.
 , AND IS LIKELY IN CONFLICT WITH THE EQUAL PROTECTION AMENDMENT, BUT LEAVING THAT FOR THE MOMENT,