A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from November 22, 2021
“The Constitution actually says you can legally overthrow your government if they are tyrannical”

"The Constitution actually says you can legally overthrow your government if they are tyrannical” is a saying that has been printed on many images. Some have asserted that this is false.

“The Constitution actually says you can legally overthrow your government if they are being tyrannical...soooo what are we waiting for??” was posted on Twitter by Dimitrius Lynch II on August 25, 2015. “You know the Constitution literally says you can legally overthrow your government if they are tyrannical?” was posted on Twitter by 饾悥饾悺饾惃 饾悽饾惉 饾惉饾悺饾悶 pm February 13, 2016. “The constitution actually says you can legally overthrow your government if they are tyrannical” was posted on Twitter by 1260馃帤 on May 10, 2016. “The Constitution actually says you can legally overthrow your Government if they are tyrannical” was posted on Twitter by Sara Cohen on May 17, 2016.

Authorship is unknown. The saying became popular on memes in 2021.


Twitter
Dimitrius Lynch II
@MoneyMaknMeetro
The Constitution actually says you can legally overthrow your government if they are being tyrannical...soooo what are we waiting for??
5:42 PM 路 Aug 25, 2015路Twitter for iPhone

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饾悥饾悺饾惃 饾悽饾惉 饾惉饾悺饾悶
@scarijuana
You know the Constitution literally says you can legally overthrow your government if they are tyrannical?
5:07 PM 路 Feb 13, 2016路Twitter Web Client

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1260馃帤
@MJason75
The constitution actually says you can legally overthrow your government if they are tyrannical
9:13 PM 路 May 10, 2016路Twitter for iPhone

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Sara Cohen
@saracohennyc
The Constitution actually says you can legally overthrow your Government if they are tyrannical.
8:33 AM 路 May 17, 2016 from Brooklyn, NY路Twitter for Android

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Carol
@Carol38553
The Constitution Actually says you can LEGALLY overthrow your Government if they are Tyrannical.
(This is also shown on an image.—ed.)
12:47 PM 路 Jul 6, 2016路Twitter Web Client

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Kirby Copas
@copas_kirby
THE CONSTITUTION ACTUALLY SAYS YOU CAN LEGALLY OVERTHROW YOUR GOVERNMENT IF THEY ARE TYRANNICAL.
4:21 PM 路 Aug 11, 2016路Twitter for Android

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The Common Sense Alliance - Constitutional Advocate
January 6, 2021 at 9:27 PM 路
Right of Revolution: The #Constitution actually says you can legally #overthrow your #Government if they are #tyrannical. -18 U.S. Code 搂 2385

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Scott MacFarlane
@MacFarlaneNews
Feds allege an image on Ballard’s phone said, “The Constitution actually says you can legally overthrow your government if they are tyrannical.鈥
6:06 PM 路 Aug 13, 2021路Twitter Web App

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David Mazel
October 25, 2021 at 2:33 PM 路
Scrolling down through the most recent posts, I see that only three (out of several dozen) make claims about the Constitution, and all three of those claims are false (e.g., “The Constitution actually says you can legally overthrow your government if they are tyrannical,” which is false). If this site is intended in part to be a place to learn about the Constitution, I would think the moderators would be concerned about these falsehoods, maybe even to the point of removing them. Why would the Constitution Party want to propagate misinformation about the Constitution on its own page? It seems entirely possible that someone perusing this page will come away knowing *less* about the Constitution than they did before visiting. What does everyone else think--should the CP moderators remove blatant falsehoods, or leave them up?

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Donny B Positive
@DonnyBPositive
Let this sink in. . . . . The Constitution actually says you can legally overthrow your government if they are tyrannical!
10:25 AM 路 Oct 29, 2021路Twitter Web App

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