Dessie Andrews

The U.S. Constitution: Understanding How the Words Are Used

Dessie Andrews is a passionate and well studied authority on The U. S. Constitution, the real history of this Republic and The Declaration of Independence. She has devoted her life to helping people who have gotten snagged in the ‘jaws of’ unconstitutional, abusive, out of control, illegal and fictitious Government.

She has learned everything she knows by being in the trenches with the IRS, The Courts, CPS and the world of attorneys, a world she recommends you not venture into.

A study of these entertaining and informative shows you’ll get clarity on how we got here. What are our rights, really? How can we protect our families in these interesting times?

Show Highlights:

-Dessie shares the most fascinating thing she’s even seen in a courtroom

-We have every right in the World expect for violating others and their property; why do we feel we need permission to do things like: drive, get married, have a business, etc

-Dessie explains that when you ask for benefits from the government, you give up your rights

-What’s the difference between ‘the United States’ and ‘the United States of America’?

-What is the difference between’what is lawful’ and ‘what is legal’?

and so much more!


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