Could The Lawful Money Redemption Process Change?

Could The Lawful Money Redemption Process Change?

No! For when law cannot provide a remedy, equity will. And if they changed the process - you'd know and have an enormous paper trail. It would take an act of Congress to change the laws and the Constitution. Contract law, which is what this falls under, supersedes Constitutional law when a contract exists. 

 

The power to contract is extra-constitutional, when you endorse Federal Reserve credit, you give congress your permission to ignore the Constitution. That again, is why they can truthfully say "Income Tax is 100% Voluntary!" It’s all contracts.

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