On This Day June 13, 1866 Congress Passes 14th Amendment. PUBLISH ERA
The already-Ratified Equal Rights Amendment FIXES the slap-in-the-face to all American WOMEN that is the 14th Amendment.
It would take another two years to be Ratified in the individual States & entered into the Federal Record on July 9, 1868 as part of the Constitution.
The 14th Amendment is the so-called Civil Rights Bill that for the FIRST TIME IN US HISTORY uses the word MALE in the Text of the Constitution, making clear whose' Rights are being protected & who is being CLEARLY SNUBBED: WOMEN.
On January 27, 2020 the Equal Rights Amendment was duly Ratified in the Sates & the President has been in DERELICTION OF HIS DUTY AS THE NATION'S TOP EXECUTIVE IN REFUSING TO DIRECT THE US NATIONAL ARCHIVIST TO ENTER THE ERA INTO THE FEDERAL REGISTER.