President Trump will be holding a rally today in Phoenix, Arizona, billed as ‘The Rally To Protect Our Elections’ sponsored by Turning Point USA. President Trump is scheduled to begin speaking at 6:30pm ET. RSBN, Newsmax and OANN are carrying the broadcast. We are including links below to multiple live-streams below.
Speaking to the city council leadership, one woman takes a stand in York County asking for an audit. The audio is a little troublesome, but it is worth the time:
“This is what happens when the people invest their time in learning the real law and their real powers. Darla B gives deep details about how Mastriano came to the point of calling for a full forensic audit.”
The solution to the scale of DC corruption is local and state action using the constitution, specifically the 10th amendment, against the advancing overreach of corrupt DC officials.
Those behind the Biden administration, those who worked within the corrupt system to put him in office, can see how they might well lose control if this continues. They are acting exactly as we would expect given this growing reality.
Posted originally on First published on BITCHUTE at 23:11 UTC on July 16th, 2021 by The New American, Daniel Natal
All political ideologies are underpinned by a metaphysical belief-system. Our Constitution (and its notion of individual rights) is predicated on some notion of a Supreme Being. What happens, though, as we transition away from God to the Age of Darwin and Materialism? Has the social contract guaranteeing human rights been canceled out? Do some (very powerful) people make this assertion?
Treepers, as you can see below, I copied this from spoogels comments several years ago, and saved it for this post, so thank you spoogels, and Happy Independence Day to all of us. Stay strong, resolute, and proud.I have tried many times to edit and put spaces between the paragraphs. It looks like it is correct in the editor, then publishes like this. Apologies, I am not going to fight with it. spoogels says:May 27, 2019 at 9:25 amEDITOR’S NOTE: When this column first appeared in JWR two decades ago, on May 28, 1999, it was read on radio stations across the nation and went on to become what would, years later, come to be termed “viral”. We wish that the author, a long-time friend of JWR’s publisher, were still writing today.PLEASE SHARE via social media. An American credo By Don FederON THE DAY when we memorialize those who gave their lives so America would endure, we should ask what it means a citizen of this republic.Here are the thoughts of one American, a credo for the coming millennia.I am an American. I was conceived at Plymouth, born in Lexington and Concord, and reached maturity at Philadelphia.I went through the fires of Shiloh, Gualdacanal, the Chosin Resovoir, Khe Sanh and a thousand other battlefields, and emerged rededicated to the ideals on which America was founded.I am an American. Ever ready to defend my liberty and independence, to make any sacrifice and bear any burden – still, I seek no quarrel.I march to the sound of the guns out of necessity alone. I fight not for glory or territory, or to make others bend to my will, but to vindicate my rights and preserve my freedom.I am an American. I’m proud of my past. Words like Valley Forge, Gettysburg Address and Pearl Harbor — names like Washington, Jackson, Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt — make my blood stir.Glancing behind me, I see generations of men and women who labored and struggled, lived and died to let me stand where I am today — who cleared the land, planted the crops, built the factories, raised the cities and made the discoveries that created a civilization which all the silent, suffering ranks of slaves, serfs and subjects who came before them could never imagine.I am an American. While recognizing the errors that were made in nation-building (has a nation ever been built exclusively on light?), I proclaim America’s past glorious indeed, a boon to humanity, and consider myself among the blessed of the earth to share this nation’s destiny.I am an American. Liberty is my birthright. To speak my mind, choose my leaders and legislators, defend my home and family, and worship the Creator in my fashion — these are not privileges, but G od-given rights. Governments can respect or deny them; they cannot change them.I am an American. I have no rulers. Those who make, interpret and enforce our laws are servants. When they no longer recognize that verity, their authority loses legitimacy.I am an American. My rights are a sacred trust to be exercised in the cause of justice and virtue. They are not the playthings of a spoiled child or mechanisms of self-indulgence.I am an American. English is my language. Our ancestors arrived on these shores speaking everything from Chinese to Yiddish. It was English that united us, that allowed us to overcome age-old antagonisms.From the Mayflower Compact to the latest piece of legislation introduced in Congress, our history and heritage are written in the tongue of the Magna Carta and the King James Bible.I am an American. I have no distinctive race, religion or ethnicity. I am black, white, yellow, brown and red — Catholic, Protestant, Jew and Hindu. I came here from the hamlets of Old England, the bogs of Ireland, Napoli’s sunny shore, the Pale of Settlement and the villages of Vietnam. American isn’t a color or creed, but a state of mind.I am an American. I welcome immigrants who are here to work and build, who identify with our past and ideals, who were spiritual Americans before they landed. Broken English is fine, as long as faith remains unbroken. An American speaks with the heart as much as the lips.I am an American. My ism is Americanism. I reject all dogmas and ideologies. Collectivism, racism, militarism and imperialism have no place here. The rot that’s eaten away at the soul of so many nations and cultures must be fiercely resisted.I am an American. I recognize only one loyalty higher than allegiance to our flag — faith in G od. I acknowledge that America and G od, the physical and the spiritual, are inseparable. America was founded by people of faith and grew to greatness by His grace. I pray that we will always be the instruments of His will.I am an American. I weep over the fact that American history is no longer taught in our schools. In its place is a worldly, cynical skepticism inculcated by authors and educators at war with our basic values.I am an American. I cringe at the collection of connivers, cowards, clowns and quacks that passes for our political leadership. I wonder that so many of my compatriots have no idea what America means and show no gratitude for the blessings that are theirs.I am an American. My ranks grow thin; the night closes in. Whether I will be the last of my kind or the vanguard of their resurgence, only time will tell.http://jewishworldreview.com/0519/feder_memorial_day.php3
Today President Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States of America, will be holding a massive Independence Day MAGA rally at the Sarasota County Fairgrounds in Sarasota, Florida. The president is expected to speak at 8:00pm ET will festivities and speakers all day.
RSBN has been blocked by YouTube, a Google subsidiary, for broadcasting prior events of patriotism which are no longer permitted by the Big Tech industry. As a result Right Side Broadcasting is using the streaming services of Rumble to share the rally coverage. RSBN RUMBLE HERE
…”When the time comes to get in the fight, drop the moral approach and fight for your family with insane ferocity. Fight for this nation like you are the third monkey on the ramp to Noah’s arc…. and damned if it ain’t starting to rain.”…
Tonight President Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States of America, will be holding a massive MAGA rally in Wellington, Ohio. The anticipated start time is 7:00pm ET and there is massive international viewership expected.
President Trump is holding the rally to support GOP candidate Max Miller. We anticipates numerous disruptions from Big Tech, so we provide as many stable livestream links as might be needed:
President Donald Trump joined “Wake Up America” on Friday for a wide-ranging interview with Ric Grenell. The topics included the economy, mid-term endorsements, Big Tech, Kamala Harris and the border crisis, Critical Race Theory, General Mark Milley, the sketchy advice from Anthony Fauci during the COVID outbreak, and President Trump’s future in politics. [Rumble Video Link Here]
President Trump said very strongly that anyone who voted for the impeachment hoax will not be supported and he will work to support their primary opponent. Additionally, President Trump touched on the issues he faced with a DC system that is against any outsider. One key point in the interview [@20:30] is when Ric Grenell notes that President Trump stopped travel from China during the early stages of the COVID outbreak despite the advice from everyone else in the administration not to do it.
There is additional value in this interview because Ric Grenell provides some conversational background to many of the points as President Trump discusses the points. You don’t want to miss this interview. Stay with it… if you discuss the Trump administration past or future you will find a lot of information. There’s a lot of news and clarity in here:
President Donald Trump called-in to Real America Voice for an interview with David Brody about the current state of election challenges and ballot audits. Brody starts the interview by asking President Trump if he conceded the 2020 election, and then begins to get President Trump’s opinion on the growing number of audits that are taking place around the country. [Interview Begins at 40:08 prompted]
According to recent polling Alaska Department of Administration Commissioner Kelly Tshibaka is leading DeceptiCon Senator Lisa Murkowski in the 2022 primary.
Today President Trump gives his full endorsement to Mrs. Tshibaka to finally get rid of the thorn in the side of our republic. Senator Murkowski and others must be removed if we are ever going to Make America Great Again.
Kelly Tshibaka responded to the support from President Trump: