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just to clarify...

What I was trying to say above.

This is a copy and paste from team law;

Constitutional rights:

There is no such thing as, “constitutional rights”.  The Constitution grants no rights.  Our Rights do not come from the Constitution; rather, the Constitution recognizes our Rights are God given and inherent.  Crafting a Constitution does not change the fact that people cannot create rights or give rights they do not possess to others.  Further, the Constitution does not, and cannot be lawfully amended to, limit the sovereign people of the United States of America.  The Constitution for the United States of America is the document the people used to create their government.  It is a Trust Indenture, wherein the delegates of the college, with the creative authority from the People, formed the Indentured Trust called “government”, wherein the officers of said government are collectively assigned with “Trustee” capacities (each limited by the duties of their respective offices) and the People remain the beneficiaries.  The Bill of Rights was attached to The Constitution for the United States of America to form the contract known as, The Constitution of the United States of America, which binds government officials to the limited operations of government as specified in the contract (and that which follows); and so, limits said government officials from violating the God given inherent rights of the people.  These constitutions neither prescribe nor claim to prescribe any rights to anyone.  Instead they grant privileges to officers of government and restrict those officers from any action that would violate The Constitution of the United States of America.  Our Constitutional Republic government, only governs itself as it is limited by its Constitution and Law; it has no authority to control the sovereign people of this nation; the people govern themselves.  Again, the Constitution grants no rights; our Rights are God given, inherent and unalienable.Therefore, though most rights in The United States of America are constitutionally secured, there is no such thing as a “Constitutional Right”.

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