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No, it's the text of a wildy inaccurate chain email.

Markers that should have been red flags

- Republicans control only 14 state legislatures

- The Attorney General of a State files lawsuits, not the Governor

- State Legislatures call for a Convention, not the Governor

- It takes 2/3 of the States to call the Convention, not 3/4

- The proposed amendment has nothing to do with the ficticious lawsuit

- The email says "Send this to 20 friends"

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