Legislators approve stripping globalist groups of jurisdiction

 April 9, 2024

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

There has been a significant effort by the Joe Biden administration to bring the United States under the authority of outsiders.

Some may consider them well-meaning outsiders, but the World Health Organization, the United Nations, and the World Economic Forum nonetheless are run by those who are not Americans.

The arguments for submitting to those groups follows the logic that America must agree to do what the world considers best for all, not just what's best for the United States.

But the campaign has not been without its opponents, including members of Congress who say Biden cannot constitutionally bring America under an outside organization without an approving vote from the Senate, which is assigned to authorize all treaties, even if Biden just calls them "agreements."

But now one state-based organization has launched a resistance movement.

It is the Louisiana state Senate that has adopted Senate Bill 133.

It reads, "The World Health Organization, United Nations, and the World Economic Forum shall have no jurisdiction or power within the state of Louisiana."

And it specifically bars every political and municipal authority in the state from enforcing the policies of these global organizations.

Liberty Counsel Action chairman Mat Staver said, "Freedom should never be traded for security. Louisiana lawmakers have sent a clear message that they will not tolerate the Biden administration ceding American sovereignty or foreign entities governing its citizens."

The senators' statement said, "No rule, regulation, fee, tax, policy, or mandate of any kind of the World Health Organization, United Nations, and the World Economic Forum shall be enforced or implemented by the state of Louisiana or any agency, department, board, commission, political subdivision, governmental entity of the state, parish, municipality, or any other political entity."

The statement comes just as Joe Biden is trying to bind the U.S. under the WHO's "Pandemic Agreement" scheme, in which the international group would, during its version of a pandemic, take control of decision-making.

It could order people to be quarantined, take shots whether they wanted them or not, and more.

That agreement will be discussed in May at the 77th World Health Assembly in Geneva.

It is the Tenth Amendment Center, Liberty Counsel reported, that explains the Constitution's 10th Amendment "limits the federal government only to the powers listed in the Constitution and vests all other power and authority to the states."

"We’re a sovereign state and we want to make sure that’s known in this legislation," said Louisiana State Rep. Kathy Edmonston.

The U.S. Supreme Court already has concluded that the Tenth Amendment prevents the federal government from dictating direct orders to the states due to that power not being listed in the Constitution.

The plan now is before the state House Governmental Affairs Committee.

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