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It's not a weakness in the

It's not a weakness in the constitution. The constitution doesn't give anything but StatesCoining money is not making legal tender. Not even close. The federal government has no power to "make legal tender" anywhere in it's expressed list of powers.

It's ignorance of basic legal terms that allows the globalists to take power again and again. That I see it on forums dedicated to it is distressing.

"legal tender
n. Legally valid currency that may be offered in payment of a debt and that a creditor must accept."

I could go on and on. Should I? The only objection might be "but the federal reserve notes say legal tender on them". Yes, and it's completely illegal that they do. But they used to be backed by gold, redeemable on demand, and they changed the printing slowly over time.

And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor.