Amending the Constitution for imaginary threats:
“In a time when longstanding truths and traditions are being tested, we must safeguard the right of parents to direct their children’s upbringing and education,” Meadows said. “This amendment to our Constitution would ensure that these decisions are made not by faceless bureaucrats but by parents who love their children and know them best.” Constitutional lawyer and ParentalRights.org president Michael Farris agrees. “Traditionally, the Supreme Court has held that fit parents make decisions that are in their child’s best interests,” Farris said. “But that presumption is being eroded today in our courts and in U.N. conventions. More and more, judges are making decisions based on what they think is best for the child, rather than respecting the natural right of loving parents to make that call.”
The beginning of that quote should be, "In order to improve the upbringing and education of children, longstanding truths and traditions need to be continually tested." The fact that Mark Meadows wouldn't even be able to grasp half of my version means he is far from qualified to sit in that seat.