The First Amendment of the United States Constitution gives Americans the right to petition the government. “We the People” gives us a platform empowering the citizens of the United States to take action. It’s a way for Americans to speak directly to the government and affect change for the good.
We the People allows concerned citizens the opportunity to create a petition online, share it and collect signatures. If a petition collects 100,000 signatures within 30 days, it will be reviewed and presented to the appropriate policy experts. The White House plans to review every petition that amasses more than 100,000 signatures. Everyone who has signed a petition will receive an email notification from the White House once it has been reviewed.
A petition has been created to have the White House formally recognize Black Lives Matter as a terrorist organization. This petition has exceeded the minimum requirement of 100,000 signatures in just five days. You can add your name to the petition at any time online.
100 Percent Fed Up reports:
A “We The People” petition was started on July 6TH, asking the government to “formally designate Black Lives Matter as a terrorist organization”.
The White House requires that the person or group who initiates a petition on their “We The People” petition page must gather at least 100,000 signatures in 30 days. Once they have the signatures, the White House site guarantees they will review the petition and offer an official response.
Obama will no doubt spin this, but in the meantime, it’s a statement by over 100,000 American citizens about their belief that Black Lives Matter is nothing more than a terror organization. The overwhelming support for labeling Black Lives Matter at terror group won’t bode well for Hillary, who has openly supported them in an embarrassing effort to pander for votes.