Day Zero – Pray for The Republic

Daily blog: It’s January 3, Sunday. Pray for the Republic. Pray for those marching in Washington, D.C. on the 6th, because the socialist media outlets are trying to destroy us.

They are encouraging hate groups from all sides to go into Washington, so the whole can be blamed for any unrest they cause.

If the protesters get attacked, their talking heads will edit coverage to make it look like the attackers were attacked.

It’s the socialist way.

Hitler utilized an unofficial army of thugs, known as the Sturmabteilung, to intimidate German citizens.

In Russia, Stalin ushered in a new normal by using youth groups to intimidate.

And China’s Mao used gangs known as the Red Guards to attack citizens who disagreed with him.

It all sounds too familiar, doesn’t it?

Pray for the Republic; your children’s freedom is resting on your shoulders. Do not let them down, and join us if you can.

I will be reporting back to you on the 6th, via videos posted to this page if you can not.




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Day Zero – 1787

Daily blog: It’s January 2, and I have prepped my RV for the 354-mile journey north to Washington, D.C. on the 5th; it will take approximately six hours. A trip that took days in 1787 when the not yet ratified United States Constitution was signed.

The process set out in the Constitution for its ratification provided for much popular debate in the States. And had to be ratified by nine of the thirteen State legislatures; unanimity was not required. During the Constitution’s debate, two factions emerged: the Federalists, who supported adoption, and the Anti-Federalists, who opposed it.

James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay set out an eloquent defense of the new Constitution in what came to be called the Federalist Papers, which remain an invaluable resource for understanding some of the framers’ intentions for the Constitution. The most famous of the articles are No. 10, which warns of the dangers of factions and advocates a large republic, and No. 51, which explains the structure of the Constitution, its checks and balances, and how it protects the rights of the people.

The States began the ratification process, with some debating more intensely than others. Delaware was the first to ratify, on December 7, 1787. And Rhode Island the last on May 29, 1790.

One of the principal points of contention between the Federalists and Anti-Federalists was the lack of an enumeration of fundamental civil rights in the Constitution. Many Federalists argued that the people surrendered no rights in adopting the Constitution.

In several States, the ratification debate hinged on the adoption of a bill of rights. The solution was known as the Massachusetts Compromise, in which four states ratified the Constitution but at the same time sent recommendations for amendments to the Congress.

James Madison introduced 12 amendments to the First Congress in 1789. Ten of these would go on to become what we now consider to be the Bill of Rights. One was never passed, while another dealing with Congressional salaries was not ratified until 1992 when it became the 27th Amendment. Based on the Virginia Declaration of Rights, the English Bill of Rights, the writings of the Enlightenment, and the rights defined in the Magna Carta, the Bill of Rights contains rights that many today consider to be fundamental to America.

The First Amendment provides that Congress make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting its free exercise. It protects freedom of speech, the press, assembly, and the right to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

The Second Amendment gives citizens the right to bear arms.

The Third Amendment prohibits the Government from quartering troops in private homes, a major grievance during the American Revolution.

The Fourth Amendment protects citizens from unreasonable search and seizure. The Government may not conduct any searches without a warrant, and such warrants must be issued by a judge and based on probable cause.

The Fifth Amendment provides that citizens not be subject to criminal prosecution and punishment without due process. Citizens may not be tried on the same set of facts twice and are protected from self-incrimination (the right to remain silent). The Amendment also establishes the power of eminent domain, ensuring that private property is not seized for public use without just compensation.

The Sixth Amendment assures the right to a speedy trial by a jury of one’s peers, to be informed of the crimes with which one is charged, and to confront the witnesses brought forward by the Government. The Amendment also provides the accused the right to compel testimony from witnesses, as well as the right to legal representation.

The Seventh Amendment provides that civil cases preserve the right to trial by jury.

The Eighth Amendment prohibits excessive bail, excessive fines, and cruel and unusual punishments.

The Ninth Amendment states that the list of rights enumerated in the Constitution is not exhaustive and that the people retain all rights not enumerated.

The Tenth Amendment assigns all powers not delegated to the United States, or prohibited to the States, to either the States or to the people.




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Day Zero – Tension Is In The Air

Daily blog: It’s December 27th. If the 2020 election fraud was reversed, Democrats would have had their day in the Supreme court. And fraudulent votes would have been thrown out.

But here we are, and the tension is building. Americans see this as unfair play, and it is. Laws were broken at all levels of government, and no one is being held accountable.

Every American should descend on Washington this January 6th to remind our representatives of their service status; they are not rulers.

If they decide to go rogue all power reverts back to the people.


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Show Your Support for The United States Constitution

Show your support for The United States Constitution by standing with thousands of other patriots in Washington DC this January 6, 2021.

The rally’ permit was submitted by “Women For America First; a conservative group that supports the “America First” agenda.

The application is for use of both Freedom Plaza and Lincoln Memorial.

Congress meets at 1:00 pm.

I will be there documenting it all and posting videos to this site as it unfolds. Hope to see you there.




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Day Zero – One Party System

Daily blog: It’s December 23rd, and our one-party system is rearing its ugly head.

The Democrat and Republican parties have been working together for years. They are a single party.

This will be on full display, January 6th, when they meet to certify the electoral votes.

It’s going to go down like this:

1 – The votes will be challenged to try and appease the masses.

2 – They will debate the evidence and find proof of election fraud, but it will not matter.

3 – They will vote. And even though Republicans could win, using common sense negotiations between state representatives, they will not. Because representatives no longer represent States as they should, only the party. A party of one.

Afterward, the talking heads will go on TV and say, “We fought the good fight. But don’t give up; we’ll get ’em next time if you just give us a little more money.”

And my warning to them is this. Fail to challenge and win the vote, and you will no longer be seen as separate by a majority of Americans.

And you will no longer be able to use the line, “If you vote for a third party, you will split the vote giving the other side a win.” Because there will be no other side.

This, in turn, will give rise to a real second party to challenge your power. And I hope it kicks your sorry asses all the way to hell and back.

Maybe I’m wrong; we will see on January 6th, 2020. I will be there to report back as it happens.




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Day Zero – Family Debates

Daily blog: It’s December 17th, and today my thoughts are on a movie I saw years back about the Civil War. In it, a family gathered around the dinner table, debating over whether or not there would be a civil war, some laughing at the thought of it.

This Christmas, many families will gather around their tables and debate the same thing.

I believe most will never unite under what they consider to be a fraudulent election; both sides of the coin know this.

So, on January 6th, it will be up to our representatives to challenge the certification of Electoral College votes and hash it out for all to see.

If they refuse, the people will see it as a betrayal, and we may very well be heading into a world without the rule of law.




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