Anti-Free Speech Law Passed In Senate, Needs To be Stopped In House

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Anti-Free Speech Law Passed In Senate, Needs To be Stopped In House Senate Resolution 118, House Resolution 257 - new anti-hate legislation protecting minorities drafted by CAIR, EMgageUSA - Muslim Brotherhood. They should not be making laws in America.

House Resolution 257, Senate Resolution 118 criminalize Freedom of Speech

The Muslim Brotherhood and CAIR, International Terrorist Organizations, have managed to get Senate Resolution 118 and House Resolution 257 introduced into the House and Senate. If those resolutions are passed into law, that law will “Criminalize Freedom of Speech”.

The Founding Fathers gave Americans “Freedom of Speech “ in the US Constitution; CAIR and the Muslim Brotherhood are trying to “Criminalize Freedom of Speech.”

Those resolutions are part of the Muslim Brotherhood’s sinister plan to replace the US Constitution with Sharia Law, through a back door method of passing various laws that chip away at the precepts of the US Constitution. Those International Terrorists know Patriotic Americans would never knowingly replace the US Constitution with Sharia Law.

There is absolutely no need for this proposed new law since the current laws and civil rights laws already prohibits violence, threats of violence, discrimination against “all” individuals, and hate crimes. The resolution conveniently protects Muslims but “Excludes Christians”.

How could members of the House and Senate be so foolish as to pass those destructive resolutions that would undermine the US Constitution and would be the beginning of the Muslim Brotherhood success in slowly destroying the foundation upon which the Republic was created, the US Constitution—this law is an attack against Christians and law enforcement.

http://sonorannews.com/2017/06/...reedom-speech/

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Cezar Cezar OP

They are resolutions, not laws.

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Bozette Bozette

You do understand the difference between resolutions and bills, right? Bills can become laws and resolutions can't.

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goblue1968 goblue1968

In response to “https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joint_resolution

These resolutions mandate nothing and have no effect on the 1st Amendment. They "condemn" the hate, "call on" law enforcement to uphold existing laws, "encourage" the DOJ and other agencies to work together to improve awareness, reporting, and deterrence, and "call on" the executive branch to extend help it is already within their power to do. In other words, it sounds good to certain segments of the electorate without actually doing anything.

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Bozette Bozette

In response to “These resolutions mandate //nothing// and...

To authorize small appropriations;
For continuing resolutions, which extend appropriation levels adopted in a prior fiscal year, when one or more of the twelve annual appropriations acts have been temporarily delayed from becoming law on time;
To create temporary commissions or other ad hoc bodies (e.g., the 9/11 Commission);
To create temporary exceptions to existing law, such as joint resolutions providing a day other than January 6 for counting electoral votes or providing for a Saxbe fix reducing the pay of an office so that a member of Congress may avoid the Ineligibility Clause;
To declare war.

To amend the Constitution of the United States.
(n)

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Cezar Cezar OP

In response to “To authorize small appropriations; For...

Wake the **** up, Cezar When Congress made a resolution on 2/12/01 it had no effect upon me. Then were espousing their feelings. When they passed the resolution on 2/14/01, that initiated war. There are differences between the two types of resolutions.

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Bozette Bozette

In response to “To authorize small appropriations; For...

Oh, and btw, resolutions do not amend the Constitution. They are simply a proposal to do so, which requires ratification by 3/4s of the states to take effect.

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Bozette Bozette

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