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Jul 2, 2022Liked by Jeff Childers

Seriously blows my mind that we have what appears to be a tacit admission from the Biden regime that the gas prices are in fact something they're doing on purpose with a goal in mind. Seems like only last week the narrative was that it was all just corporate greed with oil companies and gas stations suddenly deciding for no reason to price-gouge, while Biden couldn't be held responsible for it at all.

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And the goal is simply the destruction of the West, as no thinking person can honestly envision wind and solar powering a prosperous society.

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I like to refer to it as the Quality of Life Reduction Program.

"We accidentally let the peasants have too much liberty and property, better dial that back pronto."

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Jul 2, 2022·edited Jul 2, 2022

Don't forget, the Quality of Life Reduction Program goes hand-in-hand with the Life Reduction Program, better known as COVID and the COVID "vaccines".

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process is running even faster in Europe. Soon no farmers left, then everyone has to eat what the government allows them to have, which might be nothing. Hardly anyone has a garden anymore, so that will be a disaster even worse than here in US. Although no one grows a garden here, either. Nothing edible for humans.

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"Quality of Life Reduction Program" That is excellent. I may just have to steal that, Wesley.

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Look how well the American people fell for the scamdemic and complied with it all to the detriment of themselves, families, children, and communities. Why would this government care what lies they told, no matter how obvious they were, to a population who rolled over and took it? This for me has been the hardest thing to deal with these last 2 years. Whatever happens will happen. I know I am ready and will not go down without a fight.

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Not the whole quote but what's important in my opinion. Substitute our National Government for the British and the whole of the United States for Boston. The new boss is the same as the old boss.

"...Our petitions have been slighted; our remonstrances have produced additional

violence and insult; our supplications have been disregarded; and we have been spurned, with contempt, from the foot of the throne! In vain, after these things, may we indulge the fond hope of peace and reconciliation.

There is no longer any room for hope. If we wish to be free-- if we mean to

preserve inviolate those inestimable privileges for which we have been so long contending--if we mean not basely to abandon the noble struggle in which we have been so long engaged, and which we have pledged ourselves never to abandon until the glorious object of our contest shall be obtained--we must fight! I repeat it, sir, we must fight! An appeal to arms and to the God of hosts is all that is left us!

They tell us, sir, that we are weak; unable to cope with so formidable an adversary. But when shall we be stronger? Will it be the next week, or the next year? Will it be when we are totally disarmed, and when a British guard shall be stationed in every house? Shall we gather strength by irresolution and inaction? Shall we acquire the means of effectual resistance by lying supinely on our backs and hugging the delusive phantom of hope, until our enemies shall have bound us hand and foot?

Sir, we are not weak if we make a proper use of those means which the God of nature hath placed in our power. The millions of people, armed in the holy cause of liberty, and in such a country as that which we possess, are invincible by any force which our enemy can send against us.

Besides, sir, we shall not fight our battles alone. There is a just God who presides over the destinies of nations, and who will raise up friends to fight our battles for us. The battle, sir, is not to the strong alone; it is to the vigilant, the active, the brave.

Besides, sir, we have no election. If we were base enough to desire it, it is now too late to retire from the contest. There is no retreat but in submission and slavery! Our chains are forged! Their clanking may be heard on the plains of Boston! The war is inevitable--and

let it come! I repeat it, sir, let it come.

It is in vain, sir, to extenuate the matter. Gentlemen may cry, Peace, Peace-- but there is no peace. The war is actually begun! The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms! Our brethren are already in the field! Why stand we here idle?

What is it that gentlemen wish? What would they have? Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death! " Patrick Henry at the Second Virginia Convention on March 23, 1775, at St. John's Church in Richmond, Virginia.

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We had to memorize this speech in 4th grade. About time I became reacquainted with it. Thank you.

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Your very welcome. It's one of my favorites along with the speech George Washington gave to the troops just before the Battle of Long Island. A part of it has a similar theme. People were orders of magnitude more eloquent back then.

""The time is now near at hand which must probably determine whether Americans are to be freemen or slaves; whether they are to have any property they can call their own; whether their houses and farms are to be pillaged and destroyed, and themselves consigned to a state of wretchedness from which no human efforts will deliver them. The fate of unborn millions will now depend, under God, on the courage and conduct of this army. Our cruel and unrelenting enemy leaves us only the choice of brave resistance, or the most abject submission. We have, therefore, to resolve to conquer or die." -Washington addressing Continental Army before the battle of Long Island

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Jul 3, 2022·edited Jul 3, 2022

Double thanks. I wasn’t aware of this speech at all but will look it up together with the Battle of Long Island, as well.

Re our lost eloquence: In rereading the Patrick Henry oration memorized and subsequently forgotten in the ensuing decades since elementary school, I was struck by the fact that *all* of us were able to not only memorize but *comprehend* the vocabulary and contemporary historical setting in which it was given.

We are a long, long, LONG way from there now.

I should also note, this was a PUBLIC school in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s in the Midwest.

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Requiescat in pacem, Mr. Kennedy - 1917-2018, my 4th grade teacher, who taught us exposition and diagramming speech, along with a deep appreciation of the Founding Fathers.

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Hard to love this enough, Wolfhound77. So I'll just do this: ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️!!!

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I can think of no one in all of history, other than the Lord himself, who exemplifies liberty more than Patrick Henry. May we be worthy of the inheritance he and his brethren bought for us.

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Ten years ago, motorists would give us the finger for holding signs that said "9/11 was an inside job". I wonder what they think now. -- https://youtu.be/tb2Sz-cIsQQ

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Well, someone knew something. 1,000 architects and engineers can't be wrong. Sorry........3,000.

https://www.ae911truth.org/

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People on the street were hostile to the suggestion. One woman threw a knife at us through her car window. I continue to support AE911Truth. I also submitted a complaint to DHS citing the work of Richard Gage in his DVD and got a thank-you letter of response for submitting the DVD to DHS - https://youtu.be/OQgVCj7q49o

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My sentiments exactly, Annie. I've been saying the same all along. I will never look at my fellow "Americans" the same way ever again.

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Look for July 5 gas hike again. Apparently, they care not what they say as long as it enrages the public. The more asinine, the better. What has Biden said since, “Build back Better” that has been encouraging at all?

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I’ve never heard him say anything encouraging ever.

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Ding, ding, ding! You win. The plan was to induce never ending gloom and doom.

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Create chaos while at the same time encouraging an 'abandon hope, all ye who enter here' attitude among formerly-self-governing people, to try to create the momentum for mass desire to be ruled from above, just to get back to non-chaos. Ref: Polybius, The Histories, Book VI, ca. 100 BC. Reading it is like reading about today, because human nature hasn't changed and will not change. Similar cycles are found in the Bible's book of Kings.

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For the modern-day version, see Cloward Piven.

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One of the many reasons I do not listen to that venal corrupt reptile

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Are you sure he said that? I thought he said "Flood that Border."

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🤣🤣🤣🤣

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6uild 6ack 6etter, all right-- pure evil.

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We all need to study and know what a colour revolution is. I believe that is what’s happening to us here in the USA.

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Jul 2, 2022·edited Jul 2, 2022

It's the completion of the "Long march through the institutions" in my opinion. The Marxist globalists (the economics preferred by the top 1%) have now achieved positions of power in every single agency of government in the United States from city governments to National agencies. The ends justify the means and they will never care about the legality of anything that they do and are now so prevalent, that they will never be held accountable by any government. Only the people can bring them to heel and destroy them but the people in this country need to find the fortitude to sacrifice all and get the job done unselfishly for future generations.

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And for those who had informed themselves a knew at time the source of Build Back Better, that statement itself was in no way encouraging.

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Right...Why not just go ahead and blame price increases on everything else, on Putin?

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It’s the going joke. At my husbands work, when the garbages don’t get emptied, the excuse is they are still full because putin invaded Ukraine. It’s that ridiculous.

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I like that. I've got to start using it more often.

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Oh its with everything too 😂

Why didn’t the parts get ordered? Because putin invaded Ukraine.

And on and on it goes. 😂

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That's funny! OMG, I'm gonna start saying that, too!

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Aha! That's why they want everyone thinking and complaining about incompetency - Keeping the game plan under wraps helps move the agenda along. The stooges at the front are mere window-dressing distractions.

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Bumper sticker spotted in Tulsa this week:

🇺🇸DESANTIS 2024🇺🇸

MAKE AMERICA FLORIDA

🙌🏻👏🏻

I love this and want a sticker. But what would make the most difference, especially an eternal one, is if Americans would heed the Lord’s advice to the Church of Laodicea:

“I advise you to buy from Me gold refined by fire so that you may become rich, and white garments so that you may clothe yourself, and that the shame of your nakedness will not be revealed; and eye salve to anoint your eyes so that you may see.”

— Revelation 3:18

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Honestly I know he could do more good as the President for all, but part of me has this selfish thought that I REALLY don’t want him to leave Florida. He’s been exactly what we needed during this time and I’m not willing to allow Florida to slide back into Demonicraticism. 😅

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I do believe Trump should be 2024 and then Desantis can come in for the next 2 elections!

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Maybe enough Floridians have seen the light and could carry on without him there. 🙏🏻😀

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I am afraid if DeSantis goes for president he will end up in the same spider's web as trump did. And he is needed in Florida, because where will everyone go if Florida looses him to the national post?

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If DeSantis got elected President (I don’t think that would be allowed to happen -they’ve enhanced the cheating to deal with such a possibility-) would he be granted a Senate Recess to make cabinet appointments? Or would he be micromanaged by McConnell and crew? Would a single Republican Senator have the cajones to go against McConnell and call for a Recess?

Whatever the penalty for that is, it must be unspeakably severe.

Even Nancy Pelosi gets bucked from time to time by Mancin and Sinema, but who crosses McConnell ever?

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I think you are right. His hands would be tied behind his back. People would be disappointed and he would be despised. A president is just as much a puppet as all the rest. It is big money that rules the world, big harma, big banks, big commerce. Presidents kings and governments are merely puppets dancing to the music of some others. I hope he can stay on in Florida, and he can do better work there.

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I would not count on that. I live in Florida. DeSantis won by a very narrow margin over a depraved crackhead. On Nextdoor there are plenty of idiots, who would have the crackhead displace DeSantis right now.

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How about if we let you have Ashley Moody as governor, and we can have Desantis? Hmm?

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If DeSantis does become President, don't you think that his influence would spread country wide? People are much more aware today then when Trump became president so it shouldn't be as tough a road. Many of the swamp creatures have been removed and by 2024, I expect the majority will be castigated and removed permanently.

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I wish I shared your optimism. I fear it’s true that “It’s not who votes that counts, it’s who counts the votes”.

The Deep State was blindsided by the peoples’ enthusiasm for Trump. They intend that will never happen again. I guess some swamp creatures have been removed, but I don’t know who they were. I haven’t missed any.

Their A team still seems quite intact.

I think we can still impact local elections and we should.

I hope you are right and I am wrong, but I have decades of observation under my belt.

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I believe that thoughts create reality. What you focus on is what you will get, therefore to create the world we wish to live in, changing our programing of thinking toward worse case scenario is backward. If everyone would do their best to re-program their thinking and catch themselves when they slide back toward doom & gloom we could make great progress toward a better world. It's going to happen regardless, but could occur sooner if more got on board.

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I sure hope and pray so! I hope that God, in His great mercy, grants us a reprieve from the filth and lies and treachery that have become the status quo. Only HE can rescue us!

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This ^^^^

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I've said it before and I'll say it again. As much as I'd love to see Desantis as president what is really needed by America is 49 MORE Desantis's LOL

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I like the plan of Trump with DeSantis as VP for 4 yrs and then DeSantis takes over as president for 8 more. That should build back better and make America great again. 🇺🇸

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If DeSantis could do all the talking, I could go for that. 😀

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No offense, but people need to get over his mean talk. Trump is a business man who says what he thinks. He is not a warm and fuzzy communicator that uses politically correct terminology but that is exactly what has gotten us to this point. Tell the truth, as simply as possible. He is an effective leader and we need to stand behind him.

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It’s not the mean talk, it’s the cringeworthy comments—the “loose cannon” that is Donald Trump.

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I understand, but look what he has accomplished! The Left is afraid of him and that is why they are so aggressively going after him. They do not want another Trump Presidency.

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Not only that, I am not sure I totally trust him with his fixation on the "beautiful vaccines" and his comment that we'll take the guns first and then worry about due process. He's an anti-Constitutionalist in those respects and I personally will not vote for him again.

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His biggest problem has always been that he has no first principles whatsoever. He goes whichever way the wind blows. It's always dangerous to put your faith in any one man, save Jesus Christ, but if you're going to throw your enthusiasm behind a politician, it should at least be a man of courage AND conviction.

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For me, it wasn’t Trump’s tweets or “mean” remarks. I found them refreshing, actually. My hesitation with Trump is his inability to judge character, to distinguish friend from foe. This hurt our cause a great deal. Has he learned anything? I’m not convinced.

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Yes I find him somewhat naive, and while his willingness to give people a chance and the benefit of the doubt is great in some contexts, in others it can be very detrimental 😕

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I know. People need to stop being so triggered. They believe the narrative from the msm.

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Also what’s hilarious to me is how some people complain about Trump being mean but completely ignore what a condescending petulant a** Biden has always shown himself to be 🙄

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Jul 2, 2022·edited Jul 2, 2022

I don’t mind the straight talk but I do sometimes think Trump is not very clear when communicating on certain topics and it is easier for the media and the opposition to distort what he means and says. He also doesn’t push back against the lies and deliberate misinterpretations as effectively as DeSantis does. Also I think DeSantis is better at choosing people who will support freedom and common sense (Ladapo) and Trump has been somewhat hit or miss in that respect. I still love Trump and think he did a lot of good, but I do feel like DeSantis, while not perfect since no one is, does not have Trump’s biggest disadvantages.

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That makes a lot of sense, however you have to remember this was Trump’s first time in politics and I do believe he WILL NOT make the same mistakes he did last time by listening to the swamp creatures. I think he has become savvy as to who he can trust and that would be not many in current politics and that will be addressed day 1. I think DeSantis, who has been in politics may not realize the depth of deceit in Washington, but Trump does. Let him do the heavy lifting now and DeSantis can come in 4 years later. 🇺🇸❤️🇺🇸

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I'd like to believe your take there but I've never understood this claim that he's not a politician. He was involved in NYC real estate deals for decades, he lived in the swamp, he thrived in it, he was on the corporate side of the back scratching with the politicians. He absolutely was and is a political animal. So while I would like to have hope he's learned something, I shan't hold my breath. :/

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I agree, and I think for being so new to it he adapted pretty quickly. He is more savvy but I still think he has some significant blind spots. I also agree with the commenter who posted about Trump’s unwillingness to reconsider the mRNA shots for example. That really bothers me. I know he is anti mandate so that is good, but I wish he had a little more humility and less bravado sometimes. You might be right that he would be good at paving the way for a more effective DeSantis presidency though.

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Agree. No one is perfect. It’s his leadership and America First Values we need to focus on and stand behind!

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Absolutely 😉🇺🇸❤️

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He’s so effective he let the Swamp roll him right outta office. He’s so effective he handed us over to Fauci and Birx, and ignored the doctors like Scott Atlas of Stanford, who *personally* told him that lockdowns were insane and ineffective.

He’s so effective he ignored the people who warned him of the vote fraud that the Dems were planning, and let them defraud our election.

He’s so effective that he’s completely turned his back on and not donated a single penny to defend the hundreds of his supporters now rotting in solitary confinement without bail or trial.

Yeah, we don’t need that incompetence or ineffectiveness. This country cannot survive 4 more years under that “effectiveness.”

DeSantis 2024 or bust - we cannot wait until 2028.

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I disagree with overall conclusion: IMO - if the election was stolen and it was TRUMP who won, then he should be the next President or in effect, they got away with it. This wrong needs to be righted or the biggest wrong ever perpetrated on this country would have been successful or without consequence. And that would be true for any person who was cheated out of an election. We can't let that stand. I say Trump 2024 and if proven illegitimate - then everything enacted by illegitimate government overturned to the extent that is possible.

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All valid criticisms.

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Actually, I love how Trump talks. I knew nothing about him in the beginning other than he was a celebrity. I became a backer, when he spoke the truth about the traitor John McCain (the model for getting elected with conservative talk, then using the office to damage Republicans at every opportunity).

When he did that, I thought, ‘Okay, his campaign is over. The media is going to eat him alive!’

And then…he refused to apologize. And I said, ‘Here is a man!’ I had prayed so hard for someone who would not retreat into a corner and suck his thumb, when the press got mean.

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Trump and DeSantis are both extreme Type A. They would get along for about 2 minutes.

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If DeSantis leaves Florida, don't think for a second that the left won't cheat their way to the governor's office. Here in Virginia God provided a miracle. I said many years ago that no conservative would ever win a statewide election again... US House of Reps, YES... that's a basically a local election... Senate, NO... governor, NO... president, NO. I think the reason Youngkin won here had to do with arrogance of the left (and God's providence). While God may have used CRT and school board as the platform, I truly believe the left thought that they didn't need to cheat... after all they had Terry McCauliffe, the face and name of the democrat party. They won't be making that mistake again and particularly won't be making it in Florida.

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DeSantis is needed in Florida more than as President. He can get things accomplished in Florida and I think he'll have the same problem Trump had nationally. Traitors in the GOP, not a single democrat crossing the aisle on anything, a 24/7 hostile "media" (in quotes because I can't really bring myself to acknowledge that they are anything but propagandists), and endless liberal Federal judges putting stays on everything he signs. I believe that Florida is going to pivotal in United States history much like Ft. Sumter was. We need him here for the duration until we can right ourselves.

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And we need that example for other governors too. If every state had a strong and principled governor, it really wouldn't hardly matter at all what went on at the federal level.

It frustrates the heck out of me that every Arizona Republican running for anything right now seems to be running on Trump's 2016 campaign, as if the tyranny of the last couple years never happened.

That might be an unforeseen negative of the Trump phenomenon. Politicians are too stupid to see that what he did was have his finger on the pulse at that time. Instead of trying to get their finger on the pulse right now, they're just following his exact, outdated talking points. DeSantis is the ONLY one who's actually following what Trump really did that worked. He knows the issues of the moment. Oh, how I wish all other governors would try to emulate DeSantis instead of Trump. :/

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Agree. Let's hope some good people will bite the bullet and run and that the voters have wiped the sleep from their eyes and have fully seen the reality of the marxist party (democrats).

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Very good points.

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I am so tired of hearing idiot doctors talk about masks! Their licenses should be pulled if they think a mask stops any virus. Masks make you rebreathe your digestive enzymes, increase your CO2, make you take shallower breaths effecting lung function, make you breathe in micro plastics, and are dirty bacteria laced petri dishes! People, stop wearing masks!!!

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Couldn’t agree more! It’s maddening when I can go maskless anywhere but if I step into my dentist or eye doctors office, Covid is lurking and masks are required!! They look like fools!!!

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Supposedly it's because the CDC says so and if they don't want to lose their insurance and licensing they have to follow those guidelines...

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If this is the case, I wish they would say so. I would respect them so much more if they would put a sign up stating it.

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Yes!!!

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Jul 2, 2022·edited Jul 3, 2022

To show there are pockets of sanity, my dentist hasn’t required masks in a year and a half or so. The large (50+) doctors practice I go to had not one mask except for an obese 20ish yo male.

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What state do you live in?

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Tennessee

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That's awesome!

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Jul 2, 2022·edited Jul 2, 2022

Totally agree word for word PA… excuse me while I rant… required to go to the doctor recently for a refill exam 😵‍💫🙄… the doctor wore a cloth mask so don’t tell me the mask fetish doctors perpetrate is all the CDC given the CDC posted cloth masks are ineffective…. After the usual update questions he approached me to listen to my heart and lungs and stated… “ I can’t examine you if you don’t put your mask on.” 😵‍💫🧐🙄 The staff refused to seat me in an exam office as well without a mask! I took it off thinking the doctor was certainly aware of the mask lies… wrong!

OMG HOW STUPID CAN SUCH A HIGHLY EDUCATED PERSON BE!?!? We walk through big box stores, all retail stores, grocery stores, convenient stores, sit next to and around hundreds of others at church, eat out at restaurants ALL WITHOUT MASKS… but enter a doctors office and it’s the ONLY place this indisputable manufactured fear campaign pathogen supposedly numerous times mutated contagion exists… ONLY IN A DOCTORS OFFICE…. And we’re expected to trust these indoctrinated licensed ideologues and their mass psychosis unable to think for themselves staff…. with our one and only body for health???? ABSOLUTELY INSANE! End of rant…

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It’s a talisman, like a rabbits foot. It represents safety on some primitive level, and no amount of facts or data can dislodge it. Still, it’s mighty disappointing to see supposedly highly educated doctors follow lockstep and continue the silliness. Makes me wonder about other “rock solid” scientific dogmas they push. Remember when eating eggs would put you in the grave?

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Yup, I often liken it to a rabbit’s foot. Just a lucky charm that only “works” because you think it does.

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Probably would have said: "Are you really that f****** stupid?".....and walked out. Another highly educated expert. Moron.

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We should all be doing that. Maybe after a few people saying that, a seed of doubt could be planted.

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I actually thought about it and did want to say exactly that Eric, word for word…. and walk out…

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I tell any doctor or other medical professional insisting on masks that if they're so stupid as to really think masks do anything beneficial, and also are unaware of all the detriment, then I don't trust their medical opinion on anything at all and I refuse to be seen by them. Thankfully, here in small town Arizona, it isn't too hard to find good folks. My primary care provider, a nurse practitioner (always better than a doctor anyway:) and my midwife are both fully awake to all of it.

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Nobody here is requiring masks EXCEPT the medical offices that are affiliated with the largest hospital and the hospital itself. It truly makes me question their medical judgement as to any topic at all if they can't understand the simple fact that masks fail to change anything. Except of course to signify to the world that you are a virtuous and compliant sheep.

If you are forced to wear a mask in order to access essential medical care, as I was recently, just get a fake one. Tons are available that will fool all but the closest observer. Type "Fake Mask" into any search engine.

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Completely agree! I went to a hospital service awards banquet this week as a guest of my friend. They were actively handing out masks as we entered the venue (at a massive Florida resort). People were taking them like it was no big deal AND wearing them as if it were an accessory piece they couldn't live without. I asked if it was necessary to wear one and the girl said yes, except when taking pictures. I refused. It is ridiculous how indoctrinated people can be. I chalked it up to the hospital environment they deal with every day at work. (My friend was invited as a retiree, and hasn't been in that compliant environment in over a year)

Then there's my sister, who lives in Illinois, complaining to me this week that she got Covid for the first time, how can that be?? She wears a mask everywhere and tests ridiculously often because, perceived exposure, of course has been fully vaxxed and boosted, AND on Paxlovid plus significant co morbidities. We know where we each stand on this so all I can do is shake my head and pray for her (and her husband who also thinks science is on their side)

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Nobody will engage Lapado in rational discourse or ANYBODY that can produce evidence to the contrary. Forget it. It will never happen and for the same reasons that "they" won't meet with McCullough. The bottom line for them is: "We're right, end of story." For so-called "experts" to engage in what amounts to hyperbolic statements and assertions and to not have to defend those positions is utter bull. We're all just supposed to have unwavering confidence in these self-anointed purveyors of truth. In the words of Sherman T. Potter: "Horse Hockey!"

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It’s like watching petulant little children throw tantrums in attempt to refute the truth because it proves them wrong when the smart kid asks for some evidence. It’s backfiring on them in the most blatant of ways. They, through their own actions, have their own psyop PR campaigns biting them in the 🍑. They are doing themselves in and karma will come back at them for the horrific crimes against humanity they’ve done or been accomplices to. I just wish it were faster to prevent more collateral damage to the rest of us.

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Jul 2, 2022Liked by Jeff Childers

Oh my goodness....that liberal guy in the video had me in tears. My stomach hurts from laughing 🤣🤣

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I enjoyed it so much I shared it to my Fakebook page so others could enjoy it, too. 😀

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It proves that lefties might be shockingly stupid, but some parts of their brains still work. Sometimes.

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Oh my goodness!!! Same!!!!! I died!! 🤣🤣🤣

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Praying that your week goes well for you Jeff. God bless.

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Jul 2, 2022·edited Jul 2, 2022Liked by Jeff Childers

'A telling article from the Sydney news yesterday was headlined, “Top Doctor Signals Return of Masks as Covid Cases Surge.”'

In other words, they haven't learned a thing ... or they have and it's that their citizens are stupidly compliant.

Speaking of the suppression of news about Ukraine, there's this discouraging article:

"Germany Labels Journalist 'Criminal' And Seizes Her Bank Accounts For Reporting From Ukraine" https://kanekoa.substack.com/p/germany-labels-journalist-criminal

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Learning doesn't enter into it. They're locked into masks as the go-to response to rising case rates. Otherwise they'd be tacitly admitting that masks don't work, which would mean they've been wrong all this time, which is unthinkable.

To paraphrase Upton Sinclair: it is very difficult to get a man to learn something when his professional credibility and authority depend on not learning it.

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Jul 2, 2022Liked by Jeff Childers

Jeff, No worries, good luck with your trial. And as always thank you.

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Jul 2, 2022·edited Jul 2, 2022Liked by Jeff Childers

Well, well, well🤨

https://justthenews.com/government/congress/defunding-wuhan-congress-quietly-bans-federal-funds-labs-china-russia-and-iran

Now the other countries like Brazil, etc please. Oh and the ones in our own backyard too.

🎆Happy 4th Jeff🎆 Good luck next week!

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Jul 2, 2022Liked by Jeff Childers

In the minority report section you said this:

"We’re adults and free citizens living in a democracy. We don’t need the government to screen out potentially dangerous information."

Technically, we're not living in a democracy; the USA is a democratic republic. The sentiment is correct, but words do matter, as you are well aware.

A lot of thought provoking info was presented in today's blog. We would all do well to be provoked into thinking it all through and acting accordingly, at the ballot box and within our respective communities, to prevent the spread of tyranny in any of its forms (covid, gender dogma, crt, Ukraine is great/Russia is bad, etc).

Thank you for all you do to provide information for the rest of us to engage in critical reasoning and to being us out of our complacency and into informed action.

You, sir, are a true PATRIOT!

Happy Independence Day!

🇺🇸 🎆 🇺🇸 🎆 🇺🇸

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Rule by a DC Mob is what we have: The Left has subverted the value of the US Constitution. The initiating mob used the Act of 1871 to serve the money masters in Europe. Unfortunately, the fiat fiasco was never intended to work for the little guy. Ron Paul has been outspoken about this for his entire political career. Centralized Federal Govt hath wrought a myriad of sins.

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We're living in what was designed to be a Democratic Republic but that most certainly is NOT what it currently is. We're living in an oligarchy, plain and simple. :/

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Yes. Jimmy Carter told Der Speigel (a German publication) in an interview within the last 5-6 years or so that the "US is not a Democracy, it is an "Oligarchy"...that's the reality folks. Best to wake up and smell the rancid coffee. I have used the term "Corporate Duopoly" since I first heard this term in 2001-2002. Private money influences "public" policy. This is where the trouble starts. Question: Who owns "DOMINION?"

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Yep, corporate duopoly is another great one.

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for every prominent person who dies 'mysteriously' of the same mysterious unknown cause, there have to be dozens if not hundreds of us ordinary folks dying the same 'mysterious' way. We just don't get the press.

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There's so much good in today's post that I can't comment on all of it - Dr. Ladapo, civics education, the lot.

I love the Unofficial Multiplier idea! Just suggestions thrown out so we can decide yea or nay, with the regular, less frequent, official ones for big bangs. I see he's lost big to Clyburn before, but this year is like no other year, given that the Democrats' responses to 'right track/wrong track' polls are approaching Republicans'. Even if he doesn't win, he may convince a certain percentage more, who become like seeds or yeast in their own environments.

Friendly amendments:

"We’re adults and free citizens living in a democracy [substitute 'republic']."

"And finally, I hope you all have a patriotic and joyful Fourth of July [substitute 'Independence Day]!"

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[substitute oligarchy] :(

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Jul 2, 2022Liked by Jeff Childers

This may be the site you were referring to.

http://duma.gov.ru/en/news/54793/

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Excellent

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Thanks

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Want a serious wake up call? Updated David Martin

https://rumble.com/v1acoaa-up-to-100-million-will-die-from-cv19-vax-by-2028-dr-david-martin.html

That's a typo......700 MILLION!

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Eric, thank you so much for the link. As a healthcare professional I’ve devoted myself to researching all I can about Covid and the vaccines since April 2020 but I haven’t previously heard of Dr. David Martin and the work he’s doing. I share any valuable information I can verify within my family and my community and this is all new to me. So thank you again for sharing!

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No sweat. I think he and his team represent the best chance to expose this massive fraud. You can follow the progress at: www.prosecutenow.com

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To my knowledge Dr. David Martin was the first one to begin warning about the danger of the bio-weapon research back in 1999 and one of the first ones to warn about the fraud of the bio-weapon jab. He is the man! He is working with Attorney Tom Renz and are in the process of filing criminal conspiracy charges against Biden and co. They have the receipts. Martin and Renz along with Childers, Zelenko, McCullough, Yoder, Malone, Yeadon, Mercola and a whole list of men and women too long to mention have devoted their lives to fighting this naked tyranny. Just as in 1776, these warriors have committed their Lives, their Fortunes and their sacred Honor to defend us in this war. They are in need of not only our monetary support but they are in constant need of our prayers and the prayers of the body of Christ. As Christians, we must find the courage to come together in our congregations, unite in the Holy Spirit and stand with these warriors in prayer and supplication. Our pastors need to find the courage to lead their congregations as the pastors did in 1776. It is my prayer that we begin to see the body of Christ wake up and stand for our children and our children's children. It is one thing to pray as an individual. It is quite another thing for the body of Christ, assembled in worship, to stand together in the power of the Holy Spirit to seek God's blessing for our warriors who are devoting their lives for our defense. It is time for our pastors to find the courage to speak, to lead the congregations and to divide the sheep from the goats. If we do not find the courage, how can we presume to ask God to bless us?

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Thanks for the link (?). Ugh.

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Thanks, Jeff.... See the newly released compilation of "coincidences" -- A Thousand Athletes Fall Victim to "Safe and Effective" -- https://tinyurl.com/9c7t7a47

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Some would spin this to mean being an athlete is bad for your health. Sadly, there are plenty who would believe it.

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Oh my my. Man-Bun leftist, sporting his plumber's undershirt and sitting before his unmade bed, is very unhappy with his Democrat Party. Awwwwww, boo hoo hoo.

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It was funny though. :)

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