A Proposed Hispanic Amendment to the US Constitution

By John W. Lillpop

Given the current crisis at the southern border of the United States and the sordid history of the US government which has deliberately chosen to ignore the rule of law, the US Constitution, and common sense when it comes to Hispanic people it is clear that an Amendment to the US Constitution must be codified to establish the unique  and special privileges afforded Hispanic people based solely on ethnicity and skin color.

The following Amendment, titled appropriately the Luis V. Gutierrez Hispanic Transformation of America Amendment, is hereby proposed for immediate codification into public law:

The Luis V. Gutierrez Hispanic Transformation of America Amendment to the US Constitution:

Public rules, laws, ordinances, bylaws, regulations, restrictions, covenants and conditions, borders, barriers, and all other such instruments which seek to restrict in any way, and to any extent, regardless of how limited or expansive, the behavior  of human beings in the United States of America, and it’s lawful possessions and territories, at the federal, state and local levels, and all private associations such as those found in commerce, education, religious and social entities, shall be null and void and unenforceable, as concerns any person or persons of Hispanic heritage.

This Amendment is permanent and may not be withdrawn or amended regardless of cause, and is specifically  immune from Executive Orders issued by the President of the United States, or Congressional legislation passed by white supremacists, commonly know as Republicans.