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Todd challenges Corey with friends’ and family’s push-back on veracity of averring Article IV state citizenship. Don’t all US Citizens also have state citizenship anyway? And, are not the rights that are no longer secured, only that way because the people have not stood up to the statutes that government gets away with? Isn’t it all just the people’s fault? Todd asserts that rank and file law enforcement may not be read in on the nuances between Article IV and Federal or 14th Amendment citizenship, but they are trained to treat all contacts as subjects, chattel, man or other animal with DOB, SSN and Legal Names to be identified by. Todd shares that Tim from Illinois asserts the Magna Carta was in and of itself a statute. Corey asserts that the instance where a lost right secured by an Article IV state citizen is restored by challenging a statute does not exist, other than by state citizens who were never United States Citizens. The distraction of the month “Russians hacked our Democracy” is harpooned and the glass houses the US Gov-Co lives in is exposed by none other than NPR. The Boris Yelstin campaign run by United States Citizens, and featured on cover of Time magazine, is recalled. Paul Craig Roberts tinkers with the edges of the rules for us and rules for them political injury of US Citizenship and writes about how Trump’s “travel ban” protects purported rights of immigrants more so than US Citizens. Add Roberts to the list of people who need read in. A purported DOD spirituality vaccine presentation audio is played. Is this legit? Or is FUNFAX a hoax? Corey likens it to Phineas Gage’s historic case of brain damage.