Freedom For Virginians Act
I demand the Commonwealth of Virginia to protect my rights by passing the Freedom for Virginians Act as follows: Freedom for Virginians Act A BILL to create procedures for nullification and clarify responsibilities for enforcement. ———- 1. That the Code of Virginia is amended by adding the following section: § Nullification and constitutional protection Any Act by Congress, executive order of the President, judgment or judicial order by the Judiciaries, treaty entered into by the Federal Government of the United States of America or regulation by any agent thereof which assumes a power not delegated to it by the U.S. Constitution shall constitute a breach of that Constitution. The Commonwealth of Virginia reserves the right to determine whether any law, regulation, executive order, treaty, judgment or judicial order goes beyond the powers vested to the Federal Government of the United States of America by this Commonwealth and thestates that entered into a compact defined by the U.S. Constitution. A. Any law, regulation, treaty, executive order, judgment or judicial order that this Commonwealth deems not constitutional shall be nullified, considered moot and unenforceable within its borders by a majority vote of Virginia’s legislature, by executive order of its Governor, by declaration of its Attorney General or by a majority vote of registered voters. B. This Commonwealth and its political subdivisions shall prevent the Federal Government of the United States of America including its agents and assigns from the enforcement of any law, regulation, treaty, executive order, judgment or judicial order that has been nullified by the Commonwealth of Virginia. C. Actions that shall be taken include but are not limited to preventing the seizure of assets and property, collection of taxes or fines, imprisonment or the refusal to recognize rights and privileges of the Commonwealth of Virginia its agents, assigns, or citizens the Federal Government of the United States of America or its agents and assigns for actions that would violate any nullified law, regulation, treaty, executive order, judgment or judicial order.