Petition to Deport Secession Petitioners Hits WhiteHouse.Gov

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In the wake of numerous petitions from private citizens asking their states to secede from the Union, a new petition targeting those thousands of petitioners has now made it’s way to the website:

Strip the Citizenship from Everyone who Signed a Petition to Secede and Exile Them

Mr. President, please sign an executive order such that each American citizen who signed a petition from any state to secede from the USA shall have their citizenship stripped and be peacefully deported.

The petition currently has over 5,000 signers and is expected to garner thousands more in coming days from those opposed to the idea of allowing states to secede from the United States of America.

You can view the petition here.

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  • brandon

    Sheep or trolls. Probably both. Perhaps I’m pessimistic, but I think America needs a Stalin style purge for people to get it through there heads. Then again it might just turn into a Stockholm syndrome scenario where people fall in love with their abuser.

    Good grief. Wonder why the hell I was born into all this shit sometimes.

    • SKIP

      Perhaps to make a difference in the future:)

  • L.A.

    Poor winners having a snit that productive people who want their civil liberties back are wanting to bail from corruption.

  • johnd24

    Fake accounts, created by the feds

  • bowlan

    Petitioning the White House is merely symbolic.

    Congress has the power to admit a state into the Union under Article IV, Section 3 of the US Constitution, but they will never expel a state because that power was never mentioned in the document and they want the tax revenue. One might assume a state could voluntarily withdraw from the U.S. under the 10th Amendment because the power to remove a state was never given to Congress.

    The question of whether a state could unilaterally withdraw from the Union was practically settled in the American Civil War and that answer is obviously no, they can’t, regardless what power Congress did not have.

    The power of individual states to withdraw unilaterally seems obvious but the federal government has the larger military force and is willing to stop secession by violence.

    • Steveo256

      We will attack back with Gulleria operations and win. If patriots join we will teach. Something the military are not prone too, and we have the same manuals as they. Now we know our enemy and will use their skills against them and weapons when taken and eventually win even if it takes 5 years or more.

      • willy

        thank you.