Paul_Henry 3 years ago on ‘Supremacy clause’ causes confusion over Real ID requirements

The supremacy clause is very clear. Any law that conflicts with the Constitution is unconstitutional. The federal REAL ID act does so in several areas:

First, Congress shall make no law abridging the right of the people to redress their grievances with their government. By requiring a national ID card to enter a federal building (an "official purpose" in the law), REAL ID violates the 1st Amendment.

Second, the people have the right to be secure in their persons, houses, PAPERS, and effects against unreasonable searches and SEIZURES. REAL ID requires the government to seize without cause several personal papers, such as bank statements, power bills, etc. As such, REAL ID violates the 4th Amendment.

Third, the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people. A STATE license is just that- a STATE matter. There is no "interstate commerce" involved. The powers delegated to the United States are in Article 1 Section 8, and STATE functions such as licensing are not there. As such, REAL ID violates the 10th Amendment.

I commend Missouri's lawmakers for standing up to this costly and ineffective Tyranny that was hidden from view by the career politician and liberty-killer James Sensenbrenner.

Google Floridians Against REAL ID to learn more of the negative consequences of REAL ID. This national ID card a/k/a "federal identification" is a lot more than just getting on an airplane.