Wed, Sep 26|
Charlie Brown Farms
L.A. County Town Hall
New California State town hall. Come and hear all the latest on the New California State.
Time & Location
Sep 26, 2018, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Charlie Brown Farms, 8317 Pearblossom Hwy, Littlerock, CA 93543, USA
About The Event
Learn about the state of New California! And know that the state of New California is possible! Paul Preston is a dynamic, knowledgeable, and persuasive speaker who will cover what is occurring in the State of New California. How the State of New California will take back our Constitutional freedoms, and the prospects of living under a republican form of government (which is guaranteed in the United States Constitution) will be covered. He will outline the constitutional process of instituting the State of New California.
We also expect to have two other New California State speakers who will wow you.
Please note: There will be ample time to address your questions and to mingle with other like-minded people who share your concerns for America and California in particular.
New California State movement is forming the 51st State of the Union. New California State is forming from the State of California following the procedures memorialized from Article IV Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution. There are 4 attempts right now to divide the State of California. You will learn that the only legal and Constitutional pathway to a new state is being followed by New California State. Not since 1861 when West Virginia became a Union State have the circumstances been present to give rise to a new state.
Since creating the New California State movement and declaring Independence on January 15, 2018 44 out of the 58 California Counties have been certified by New California State to become active participating county committees in the New California State movement. There are expected to be as many as 51 counties total in the New California State who will have active county committees. New California State had their 1st Constitutional Convention July 21, 2018.
Mel Lester of the New California State L.A. County 'rural' County Committee will present.