AMEXIT: Bill Introduced In Congress To Remove The US From The United Nations!

Bill Introduced To Leave The United Nations

The Republicans are wasting no time helping President Donald Trump deliver on his promises that he made will campaigning to be President of the United States.

Recently a bill was introduced by Alabama Rep. Mike Rogers called the American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2017 which is in response to his call earlier this month for the United States to sever all ties ties from the United Nations.

From The Business Insider:

The bill, titled the American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2017, was proposed on January 3. It is cosponsored by a handful of Republican lawmakers, including North Carolina Rep. Walter Jones, Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs, Missouri Rep. Jason Smith, Kentucky Rep. Thomas Massie, Tennessee Rep. John Duncan Jr., and Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz.

Biggs said in a statement on Monday that he cosponsored the bill because he believes that “our sovereignty as a country is harmed by our membership in this body.”

“We need to take a long look at our relationship with the United Nations to ensure that American interests are protected first and foremost,” Biggs said. “I’m grateful to Congressman Mike Rogers for introducing this legislation.”…

…The bill proposes barring the US from committing funds or troops to UN peacekeeping operations worldwide and stipulates that the UN must vacate property owned by the US government. It would repeal the 1973 Environment Program Participation Act, strip UN employees of diplomatic immunity in the US, and repeal the US’s membership and participation in the World Health Organization.

 

 

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