AMAC, its AMAC Action advocacy team, and the AMAC Foundation have joined forces with The American Constitutional Rights Union (ACRU) to ensure that elderly voters are heard and protected. ACRU is the nation’s leading advocate for the protection of vulnerable voters.
An important message from Dr. Alveda King. Together we fought to ensure every American had the right to vote freely. Nursing home residents and other vulnerable vote fraud groups have been targeted for vote fraud, with their votes suppressed and even stolen. Together we can curb this despicable form of vote fraud by reporting abuse to the Vote Fraud Hotline at 888-820-VOTE.
The critical election cycle is just around the corner, and we must not allow what happened in 2020 to happen again. ACRU is focused on protecting the votes of our most vulnerable voters — senior citizens, group home residents, citizens abroad, the disabled, and our military.
American Constitutional Rights Union’s Committee to Support and Defend is springing into action to support the U.S. military and their families with a grocery card program for those in need. In contrast, President Biden’s military leaders recommend food stamps for service members amid pay cuts and historic inflation.
Our leaders have failed our brave service men and women through politically-driven decisions that endanger the lives of our soldiers and allies while recklessly returning to power, and arming, our enemies.
This video, highlighting the unprecedented government abuse via its FBI raid on former President Trump's private residence, caused the leftist social media machine to permanently ban LTC West from TikTok. What's next? The left fears truth and free discourse of political views, so they simply silence opposing viewpoints in the media and online.
During the 2020 election cycle, we observed unconstitutional actions. Governors and judges in many states like Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Texas to name a few, made unconstitutional changes to election law. As we know, only the legislative branch are empowered to make laws at state and federal levels.
On April 19, 1775, some men took the field at Lexington Green. Those Sons of Liberty fired the shots heard around the world. They fought, and now we're the longest-running constitutional republic the world has ever known - these United States of America.
I do not support her nomination. I do not support her being on the Supreme Court of the United States of America. Article III of the Constitution says Supreme Court justices are supposed to interpret the law according to the Constitution. When you look at the things Judge Brown Jackson stands for, these are things not in concert with our Constitution.