August 13th, 2021

Old Flames Never Die

The Day of Reckoning for subverting the Social Security Act of August 14, 1935

On this day, August 14, 1935, FDR signs the Social Security Act. However, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) does not cover Retirement Insurance Benefit Plans sponsored by government entities such as the Social Security Administration (SSA). This glaring omission of Social Security Retirement Insurance Benefit Plan from the protection offered by ERISA transformed SSA into “SLAVE DRIVER.” SSA uses this absence of oversight with great impunity to violate the principles of Equal Protection guaranteed by the US Constitutional Law.

August 14, 2021. The Day of Reckoning For President Clinton’s Unjust and Unfair Welfare Reform Act of 1996 subverting The Social Security Act of 1935.
August 14, 2021. The Day of Reckoning For President Clinton’s Unjust and Unfair Welfare Reform Act of 1996 subverting The Social Security Act of 1935.
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