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    Every American is at risk of prosecution if this Rome Statute is ever approved by the U.S.. At the time of this article, then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, approved of the U.S. joining the ICC. Thank God that Trump is President.

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    by ADAM RAEZLER
    June 3, 2010
    “No aspect is more troubling … than the fact that it has been framed without any apparent respect for – and indeed in direct contravention of – the U.S. Constitution.”
    – Former Senator John Ashcroft
    On 31 May 2010, the Assembly of States Parties will gather in Kampala, Uganda to convene to first review conference of the International Criminal Court (ICC), since its inception. The purpose of the conference is for the Assembly of States Parties to both consider amendments to the Rome Statute and for the delegates to take stock of the Court’s activities. While the U.S. is not a State Party to the Rome Statute, the Obama Administration has taken several steps in an effort to expand U.S. engagement with the ICC. Since the court came into force in 2002, the U.S. has worked vigorously to defend American sovereignty from the court. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stated, “It is a great regret that the U.S. has not yet joined the ICC.” [i] The Obama Administration has made it a priority for the U.S. to enter into a more harmonious relationship with the ICC and this move puts American sovereignty and U.S. Armed Forces in peril.

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    If she had been elected America would be gone. These people actually consider themselves righteous and good.
    I think Trump was elected because the harvest of Gods people is not complete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caligal View Post
    If she had been elected America would be gone. These people actually consider themselves righteous and good.
    I think Trump was elected because the harvest of Gods people is not complete.
    Yes, America would have been gone and chaos would have been the order of the day.

    I could not help but find an article outlining some of the things that would have occurred.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/artic..._election.html

    (I think this author agrees with you, from the last part of the article,)

    They are completely unable to grasp the meaning of Trump. Had Hillary won, this miraculous nation would be continuing the death spiral Obama set in motion eight years ago. It's almost as though divine providence has rescued us once again as it has at so many crucial times over the past 241 years..

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    Quote Originally Posted by caligal View Post
    If she had been elected America would be gone. These people actually consider themselves righteous and good.
    I think Trump was elected because the harvest of Gods people is not complete.

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