Lawmakers propose criminalizing United Nations election monitoring in Tennessee
Any representative of the United Nations would lose official status upon entering Tennessee and, if monitoring an election, would commit a crime, under two bills introduced by freshman state Rep. James "Micah" Van Huss.
"I feel, as a lot of my constituents do, that the United Nations continues to put forth agendas that would infringe on our personal liberties; that's not the freedom that I fought for, and not the freedom that my buddies gave their lives for," Van Huss, R-Jonesborough, told the Kingsport Times-News in an email.
Van Huss promised to push legislation protecting Tennesseans from the UN during a campaign speech to a tea party gathering last fall, citing United Nations Agenda 21, after he had defeated former Rep. Dale Ford of Jonesborough in the August Republican primary. Agenda 21 is a set of principles for sustainable development and environmental protection adopted by a UN conference in 1992.
The Legislature last year approved a resolution denouncing the "destructive and insidious nature of United Nations Agenda 21." Gov. Bill Haslam refused to sign it ...
Who says that republican legislators don't deal with real issues affecting people and spend all their time spreading fear and an 'us vs. them' mentality.
This guy has taken a strong stand to protect Tennesseans from the tyrannical UN with its election monitors and Agenda 21. Tennessee must be a real paradise if there are no more pressing problems there than the threat of One World Government from the UN.