Do Not Comply: Nullify
We have developed a powerful campaign & hope that you will amplify this message throughout this State and Nation. The Unity Project is
We have developed a powerful campaign & hope that you will amplify this message throughout this State and Nation.
The Unity Project is declaring December 16th National Nullification Day! On December 16, 1773, over 100 colonists emptied 342 chests of tea into the Boston Harbor in an act of defiance to the tyranny that was being forced on them and to show that Americans would not take tyranny sitting down. We still won’t. We never will.
Join us on December 16th in this unified movement. We’re asking everyone to post this graphic (Download: Social Post Image) on their social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TicTok, Telegram, etc…) and place the text below in the caption of your post.
Nullification is the legal theory that a state or person has the right to invalidate any laws deemed unconstitutional with respect to the United States or State constitutions. Mandating that we be “vaccinated” for a virus that has a collective 99% survival rate with a drug that does not prevent infection or transmission, violates the Constitutions of this State and Country. We the people are not bound to comply with such laws. We are within our human rights to nullify them as did our Founding Fathers the day America was born at the Boston Tea Party, December 16, 1773. We have tried to reason with our government to no avail. When reason fails, nullification will prevail in preserving our freedom. Just as our forefathers said, ‘no taxation without representation’ we say, ‘no vaccination without justification’!
“The cause of Boston…ever will be considered as the cause of America” George Washington, June 1774.
Don’t forget to use the following hashtags: #ENOUGH #NOTSAFE #NOTEFFECTIVE #DONOTCOMPLY #NULLIFY
We also ask that you disseminate the attached double sided postcard and/or single page printer-friendly flyer, as well as the Did you Know? fact sheet, throughout your respective counties at schools, grocery stores, malls, on cars, etc.,…
1. Print It Out
– Print out the double-sided postcard and/or the single page flyer, as well as the ‘Did You Know’ fact sheet
2. Hand It Out
– Hand it out everywhere on December 16th
(Thursday) 7:00 am - 11:00 pm