The Government Says Your Kids Belong to the State, But this Attorney Says No They Don’t!

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Attorney Deborah Stevenson practices law in Connecticut and specializes in education and parental rights. The theme of her presentation is that overreaching government agencies and rogue bureaucrats want total control over your children so they can be molded into passive and obedient servants of those who hold state power. She knows the law and the Constitution and at the Expo she will explain how ordinary citizens can just say no.

The attorney is Deborah Stevenson who practices law in Connecticut and specializes in education and parental rights. She is a featured speaker at the Red Pill Expo in Hartford, Connecticut, June 7–9. If you cannot attend, you can watch the event online after the video is delivered to the Archives of Red Pill University. 

Deborah knows the law and she knows the Constitution as well. At the Expo, she will explain how ordinary citizens can stand up against overreaching gove rnment agencies and rogue bureaucrats who want to have total control over your children so they can be molded into passive and obedient servants of those who hold state power.

When you visit the Expo web site, you will find 27 other speakers of similar high caliber, all of whom have experience and knowledge that is mind boggling.

CANNOT ATTEND?
For those who are not able to attend in person, the event will be recorded, and you will be able to view it in the comfort of your home simply by enrolling as a student at Red Pill University. This will not be a live stream but will be available only to students immediately following the event. Becoming a student is easy and very affordable.

CAN ATTEND?
Watching at home may be the ultimate convenience, but attending in person is the ultimate experience, because you will be able to meet Iishana Artra and all the other speakers – and mingle with hundreds of like-minded truth seekers from around the world. Details for both attendance and online replay are at the links below.

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MJ Raichyk, PhD, mathematical decision analyst
MJ Raichyk, PhD, mathematical decision analyst
1 year ago

You Ms attorney Stevenson with your focus on children’s freedom may want to find serious help for these TN people [both former medical students] who have had their baby kidnapped by the Connecticut government on the false claims of a hospital staffer somehow… this is their story… believe it or not… unbefreakinleavable as it appears so far… https://healthimpactnews.com/2019/pregnant-mom-traveling-through-connecticut-with-husband-stops-at-hospital-where-they-forcibly-drug-her-and-perform-cesarean-surgery-to-kidnap-baby/

Looks like there’s a lot of work to be done in Connecticut. Agreed? ttyl