There are two ways to modify the U.S. Constitution – by amendment or constitutional convention. The amendment method has been used successfully 27 times. But a constitutional convention, or a “con-con,” has not been used since the Constitution was ratified, and with good reason.
Once set in motion, a con-con cannot be stopped or controlled. There is no mechanism to ensure a representative selection of delegates at a con-con, which can lead to a runaway convention and put the Constitution into the hands of those who want to radically change it – or destroy it altogether.
You're invited to join JBS President John F. McManus to learn more of about the deception, the dangers, and the latest attempts to launch a con-con.