Virginia’s Anti-NDAA Bill Seeks to Turn Tables on Feds


New legislation that has been introduced to the Virginia assembly would seek to advance a nullification of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act‘s section that claims the federal government can illegally and unconstitutionally kidnap American citizens on US soil and hold them indefinitely without a trial.

Understand that the NDAA was signed into law on New Year’s Eve 2011 by Barack Hussein Obama and, for the most part, the mainstream media has yet to actually report on it.

However, that doesn’t mean that Americans are unaware of what the federal government is attempting to do. As a result several states, as well as local municipalities, have sought to put forth resolutions to nullify the unconstitutional legislation.

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