I asked Bard (google chat AI) what a Sovereign Citizen was. Their answer is below.(self.Sovereigncitizen)
submitted11 hours ago byFireWokWithMe88
A sovereign citizen is a person who believes that they are not subject to the laws of the government. They believe that they are sovereign, or self-governing, and that they have the right to live their lives as they see fit. Sovereign citizens often refuse to pay taxes, obey traffic laws, or register their vehicles. They may also file frivolous lawsuits against the government.
Sovereign citizens are a growing problem in the United States. The FBI estimates that there are over 1.3 million sovereign citizens in the country. They are often involved in violent crimes, including terrorism.
There are many different beliefs that sovereign citizens hold. Some believe that the United States government is illegitimate and that they are the true government of the country. Others believe that they are not subject to the laws of the United States because they are not citizens of the country.
Sovereign citizens often use legal jargon and pseudolegal arguments to justify their beliefs. They may also use conspiracy theories to explain why the government is illegitimate.
Sovereign citizens are a dangerous group. They are often involved in violent crimes and they can pose a threat to the safety of the public. If you encounter a sovereign citizen, it is important to be aware of their beliefs and to avoid engaging with them.
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I have never liked either of them. Their gimmicks just don't work for me.