Libertarian Party of California condems Newsom’s proposed 28th Amendment

The Libertarian Party of California condemns Governor Newsom’s proposal to add a 28th Amendment to the United States Constitution for the sole purpose to rescind natural rights embedded in the fabric of our nation and as a foundation of American Liberty.

According to a statement from the party, it supports the abolition of all laws that infringe on the individual liberties of peaceful people.

Adrian F Malagon, Chair of the Libertarian Party of California said, “The unrelenting assault on our civil rights by Democrats and Republicans is failing in the courts. Governor Newsom knows that his policies are unconstitutional, so his last resort is to change the law. This is a hallmark of authoritarian leaders.’”

The Libertarian Party of California is a stalwart defender of individual liberty and civil rights. Any attempt to change the legal framework to alter constitutionally mandated rights in order to serve a political agenda is an abhorrent rebuke of popular sovereignty by a body of free citizens.

While we have come to expect that Democrats and Republicans will continue to chip away at your freedom, the Libertarian Party will never compromise on civil rights.

About the Libertarian Party
The Libertarian Party was founded in 1971 and is the third largest political party in the United States. More than 19 million votes were cast for Libertarian candidates nationally in the 2016 election and since then, California has experienced a surge in new registered Libertarian voters. The LP seeks to expand personal freedoms, dramatically reduce taxes, decrease interference in the economy and avoid meddling in overseas conflicts. The Libertarian Party of California is an affiliate of the Libertarian National Committee which has affiliates in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. For more information about the LPC, go to