‘Truckers for the Constitution’ List 5 Demands, Will Deliver to Rep. Louie Gohmert

October 11, 2013 Updated: July 18, 2015

The “Truckers for the Constitution” have listed their five demands, giving copies to media outlets and planning to deliver them to U.S. Rep. Louie Gohmert  (R-Texas) on Friday.

Amid the truckers “strike” or protest on the DC and Virginia Beltway this weekend, the truckers are demanding five things, reported the National Review

Among the demands is that Barack Obama is ineligible to be president.

“From 2003 to 2008, several members of Congress introduced legislation, attempting to change Article 2, Section 1, Clause 5 of the Constitution on eight separate occasions to make it possible for Barack Obama to meet the eligibility requirements for the office of president,” according to the list of demands. “Of which, a legal investigation has proven that his documents provided are forgeries, which is a felony offense.” 

The list criticizes the National Defense Authorization Act, the Affordable Care Act, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Transportation Security Administration–and says the White House is violating the War Powers Act. 

“They have illegally put our military in a ‘War Zone’ where they currently, guard opium productions and transport, police the people of other countries based on US law, they get authorization for military action from the United Nations Security Counsel, which is High Treason, and they are exposing, and administering experimental, psychotropic, mind altering drugs for control over soldiers during secret, clandestine operations,” according to the document.

Moreover, the group alleges that the Department of  Homeland Security is violating the constitution. 

“The Department of Homeland Security is a non-military security force, which is violating the Constitution by using tax money to build a standing army, on American soil, training to engage with the American People,” according to the document.”

The group planned to send several members to meet with members of Congress at the World war II Memorial on Friday morning. 

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