In the wisdom of the founding fathers we find, "One of them was the ability by the states to “nullify” federal laws and even Supreme Court decisions. As most conservatives know, nullification is when a State decides to not abide by a federal law, regulation or even a Federal court ruling by simply refusing to enforce it. "
Bottom line - powers not given to the federal government via the Constitution lay squarely with the states. Article One, Section 8 spells out the federal government's powers and thereby defines what is NOT in its power. If it is not spelled out in the Constitution it is UNLAWFUL and the states can, indeed, reject any as such.
We have before us, a Democrat agenda which seeks to transform America at the expense of everyday American liberties. You know them, you have feelings about them, you have opinions about them. So let's list what is front and center as pointed out by Steve Baldwin of The American Thinker:
Limiting Your 1st Amendment Rights
Limiting Or Eliminating Your 2nd Amendment Rights
Allowing Open Borders or Perpetuating Policies
Restricting Or Eliminating Police
Restricting, Eliminating Or Controlling State Voting Process Or Installing, Approving Or Perpetuating Fraudulent Voting Practices
SUCH POWER IS NOT GIVEN TO THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, BUT RATHER BELONG TO THE STATES AND THE STATES SHOULD NULLIFY ANY SUCH FEDERAL LAW.