California Disqualified from 2016 Elections?

The most sacred right of every legal American citizen is the right to vote – the right to not have their vote infringed or abridged by any Federal, State or Local action. The U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights are the Supreme Law of this land. The rights of the people protected by these documents, belong to legal American citizens and no one else.

Federal laws which are themselves “unconstitutional” enjoy no force of law at all, much less any form of federal supremacy. The tenth amendment protects the states and the people from unconstitutional acts of the Federal Government.

However, constitutional acts of the Federal Government, such as constitutional Federal Election Laws consistent with the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, do indeed hold “legal supremacy” over any state or local laws at odds with Federal Law.

Approaching the 2016 Primary season, the state of California took illegal and unconstitutional action in direct violation with Federal Election Laws by enacting Assembly Bill 1461, with the clear stated intent to abridge legal American votes with illegal alien voters.

By enacting Assembly Bill 1461, the State of California created a circumstance in which it allows illegal aliens to vote in the 2016 elections, thereby abridging the legal right of every legal American citizen living in California to enjoy the full weight and power of their vote, countered by illegal votes making it  impossible to identify “legal” versus “illegal” votes in the State of California.

Because of California’s illegal action, the nation cannot rely upon the validity of California votes. By this action, California has disqualified California election results from the 2016 elections and California votes and electors cannot be legally or ethically counted in the 2016 election, or until such time that California election laws are no longer in violation of Federal Election laws and the U.S. Constitution.

The North American Law Center has issued a proposed DRAFT BILL for the U.S. Congress which officially disqualifies the State of California from being counted in the 2016 elections. As established in the proposed BILL, California must be disqualified from the 2016 elections on the following legal grounds;

  1. The State of California took overt illegal and unconstitutional actions in California Assembly Bill 1461
  2. The 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution identifies only those “born in, or naturalized and subject to the jurisdiction of the Unites States” as “citizens,” eligible to vote
  3. In direct violation of SEC. 112. UNLAWFUL TRANSPORTATION OF ALIENS TO THE UNITED STATES of the 1986 Immigration Reform Act, the State of California has acted illegally and unconstitutionally in Assembly Bill 1461, to “unlawfully transport, conceal, harbor, and shield from detection, or attempt to conceal, harbor, or shield from detection, such alien in any place, including any building or any means of transportation;”
  4. In direct violation of 18 U.S. Code § 611 – Voting by aliens – (a) It shall be unlawful for any alien to vote in any election held solely or in part for the purpose of electing a candidate for the office of President, Vice President, Presidential elector, Member of the Senate, Member of the House of Representatives, Delegate from the District of Columbia, or Resident Commissioner;
  5. Because the State of California has taken these actions during a current presidential election, for the sole purpose of using illegal voters to manipulate the outcome of the 2016 election, the effective date of the bill is immediately upon its adoption by the U.S. Congress.


Any election which is illegal and unconstitutional on its face is not a legitimate election. By enacting Assembly Bill 1461 with the intended purpose of abridging the legal votes of legal California citizens via illegal alien votes, the State of California has delegitimized its own election process and invalidated their own election results.

Thus, it is both legal and ethical for the balance of the nation to disqualify the State of California and their 55 presidential electors from the 2016 elections until California corrects its election laws to comply with Federal Election laws and the Constitutionally protected rights of all “legal” California voters.

The North American Law Center DRAFT BILL has been given to select members of the U.S. House for immediate consideration.

To support this effort to prevent illegal votes from deciding the 2016 elections, please contact your House member today and call upon them to co-sponsor and pass this DRAFT BILL prior to the November 8th Elections.


8 replies
  1. ChuckB
    ChuckB says:

    i’ll believe it when i see it, but with jerry’s bullshit liberal agenda causing this much legal trouble, its almost certain that something like this is necessary.

  2. rblack
    rblack says:

    Wow, but trouble is, even if CONgress takes it up, the President is sure to veto it, and the election will occur anyway before any of this can be decided.

  3. Mark
    Mark says:

    We need to disqualified this traitor form our government brown has committed treason changing the 2nd amendment and should be in prison for treason then in front of a firing squad with his side kick gavin, Will be glad when that get the impeachment paper worked filed, and get him the heck out of here and we get our constitutional rights returned

  4. Sam Bennett
    Sam Bennett says:

    What a jerk for a governor! Should have known the law dood! Again I was taught in 8th grade civic class, people who are in prison or dishonorably discharged military can’t vote; they loose their right to cast a ballot. Might now turn your attention to getting rid of these pesky sick muslims.

  5. Amos Cendali
    Amos Cendali says:

    The United States of America, is a Sovereign Nation with a Constitution, and a Bill of Rights for it’s Citizens, born within its borders, or Naturalized. There is no provision anywhere allowing “illegals” to vote.

  6. Patsy crum
    Patsy crum says:

    Its time to releave our governor and elect a new one voiding his laws
    As a..native californian im ticked off. O wsnt my votr to count. Impeach mr Brown.

  7. Donna
    Donna says:

    Governor Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown should be IMPEACHED! Action must be taken NOW! I’m not sure how we are to proceed with this but this man is ruining our beautiful state and making us the laughing stock of the entire country!

  8. Carol
    Carol says:

    Not only does this affect Californian’s, it affects citizens all across the country as 55 Electoral College votes wipes out several states Electoral Votes making them null and void. Up to 20 states lose their votes thanks to Brown. If this bill can’t go through with Obama in office then wait until President Trump is in office and a stronger Congress.


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