War on Freedom

Lawmaker wants New Hampshire to vote on seceding from the FPSA!

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CONCORD, New Hampshire (PNN) - September 15, 2021 - A New Hampshire lawmaker is pushing for a referendum asking the state's voters if they want to secede from the Fascist Police States of Amerika (FPSA).

State Rep. Mike Sylvia (Belmont) said he has filed a proposed constitutional amendment that would ask voters in the 2022 midterm elections to break ties with Washington, D.C., and become a separate nation-state.

In an interview, Sylvia said he filed the measure in response to the federal government's actions to prevent spread of the coronavirus, including the FPSA Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's unconstitutional eviction ban and more recently pretender Joe Biden's mandate requiring federal workers to get vaccinated.

"There are hundreds of examples of the federal government overstepping its authority," he said. "Enough is enough. We should put this before the voters to decide."

He said while secession would likely mean a loss of federal funding and other support from Washington, there would also be benefits for New Hampshire's residents, such as not having to pay federal income tax. New Hampshire has no state income tax.

"We are a donor state that pays out more in federal income taxes than what we get back," Sylvia said.

If cleared for the ballot, the referendum would read, "New Hampshire peaceably declares independence from the (FPSA) and immediately proceeds as a sovereign nation. All other references to the (FPSA) in this constitution, state statutes, and regulations are nullified."

The long shot proposal, which was filed with the Office of Legislative Services, would need to be considered in the next legislative session that gets underway in January.

To make it to the ballot, the measure would need to be approved by a 60% vote in the GOP-controlled House and Senate before it could be put before voters in the 2022 elections.

Under state law, it wouldn't require approval from Governor Chris Sununu.

The move is backed by a conservative group called Liberty Block, which says New Hampshire voters haven't had the chance to "reevaluate" their relationship with the federal government in hundreds of years.

"Their ancestors made the decision to join the union 240 years ago, in a different world, one in which the federal government did not violate our every right, and did not steal half our money to fund (its) tyranny," the group posted.

The group published a list of more than 70 reasons that New Hampshire should secede from the Union - ranging from federal "anti-gun laws" to "corona-fascism" and violations of civil rights by federal agencies - and suggested that the Granite State was well-positioned to go it alone.

"New Hampshire citizens are the hardest workers and earn the most money, which is demonstrated by our continent-leading median household income," the group posted. "We don’t need DC politicians (for us) to be wealthy."

Sylvia recently came under criticism over comments he made on social media suggesting the pro-secessionists use stereotypes about illegal immigrants to further their cause. That drew a sharp rebuke from House Speaker Sherman Packard (Londonderry), who called the comments "shameful".

“Secession is not something House Republican leadership is even remotely involved with, nor do we condone racial stereotyping of any kind," Packard said in a statement.

Last year, Sylvia was one of seven lawmakers who signed a statement calling Sununu a “tyrant,” and declaring that New Hampshire’s government was illegitimate.

New Hampshire isn't the only state where lawmakers have proposed secession.

In Kalifornia, Texas and Utah, lawmakers have proposed similar measures in recent years, seeking to sever ties with the federal government. None have gained much traction.

Despite the fact that rulings from the FPSA Supreme Court dating back to the Civil War have deemed secession to be unconstitutional, the original constitution of New Hampshire - which is one of the original thirteen states - clearly specified the right of the state to secede from the federal government.

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