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  1. LibertyDefender Member

    Jenna Ellis was way off in this appearance. First there was that stream of gobbledygook about how Ruth Bader Ginsburg approached the interpretation of a fluid Constitution in good faith, and was consistent in her approach blah blah blah, …

    A fluid Constitution isn’t worth the parchment it’s calligraphed on, and opinions based on a fluid Constitution are just as meaningless as the next opinion that rules differently based on the same fluid words. Bleah.

    Then, she claimed that the Founders unanimously signed the Constitution. She is wrong. None other than George Mason, author of the 1776 Virginia Declaration of Rights, and principal author of the Virginia Constitution, refused to sign the U.S. Constitution, in large part due to its lack of a Bill of Rights. He also objected to what he felt was excessive power of the Executive.

    Eldridge Gerry of Massachusetts, and Edmund Randolph of Virginia, also refused to sign the U.S. Constitution.

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    • September 21, 2020, at 8:38 PM PDT
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