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House Rep Uses Moorish American National Moorish Sovereign Citizen Anti-Tax Argument During Debate

Is California Democratic House Representative, Xavier Bacerra, what the Southern Poverty Law Center(SPLC) and the Anti Defamation League (ADL) would call a “Moorish Sovereign”? I’m not sure if Becerra is a Moorish sovereign citizen but, after hearing what Bacerra said about taxes while on the house floor, you’d think he was a “Moorish Sovereign citizen” sympathizer at the very least. Could you imagine the public uproar that would be caused if “American citizens” found out that they have a sovereign citizen sitting in the House of Representatives? The Southern Poverty Law Center(SPLC) and the Anti Defamation League(ADL) would have their hands full with anti-Moor rhetoric propaganda articles.

According to the lore of the Southern Poverty Law Center(SPLC) and the Anti Defamation League(ADL), “Moorish sovereign citizens” are painted to be “black Muslim”, anti-government, tax-scheming, extremists, paper terrorist, and separatists. So to hear Xavier Bacerra say that paying taxes are voluntary while speaking on the floor, JudahSon of Put It Out There TV is surprised to see that Xavier Bacerra is not on the radar of the Southern Poverty Law Center(SPLC) and the Anti Defamation Leaugue(ADL) for his sovereign citizen anti-tax sentiments.

Are Moors “black Muslims”?

NO! Moors are not black, neither are all Moors Muslims. To Moors, the term “black” is derogatory term, as it was a brand name placed on us in 1779 by European Christian slaveholders. The term “black” is nothing more than an Anglo Saxon translation of the Latin, “niger”, of which people conveniently get “NIGGER”. We, Moors, had free national names before so-called Arabs and so-called whites had their hands on us. Therefore, Moors are NOT black,not niggers.
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