“Is the State of California that you represent, a STATE OF THE United States of America?”
If it is, then you’re dealing with a state of the UNION which guarantees you a republican style of gov’t.
If it ISN’T, then you’re dealing with a DEFACTO, corporate DEMOCRACY.
I.e. a State of the United States of America is a REPUBLIC, while a State of the UNITED STATES is a corporate Democracy, since United States means the FEDERAL GOV’T…
And yes, there are TWO States in each State. In Cali the 1849 Constitution created a State of the United States of America, while the 1879 California Constitution created a State of the United States. Why? Because the 1879 second Cali Constitution was NOT approved by Congress as a State of the Union, like the 1849 one was. So the 1879 second Cali Constitution DID NOT create a State of the Union.
And FYI, REPUBLIC is under PUBLIC LAW, while DEMOCRACY is under PUBLIC POLICY. So if they admit being in a republic, you get to defend yourself in court with pre-1933 Public/common law. I.e. you can use all the pre-1933 freedom of travel court cites in your defense, and they’ll have to recognize them, else they’re in violation of their oath of office. You just gotta assert that an employee or agency admit that they represent a State of the U.S.A.
Below is the Act of 1850 by which California was admitted into the Union, as a State of the United States of America.
“Act for the Admission of California Into the Union
Volume 9, Statutes at Large, Page 452
“Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress Assembled, That the State of California shall be one, and is hereby declared to be one, of the United States of America, and admitted into the Union on an equal footing with the original States in all respects whatever.”