A Tragic Day in America

January 20th, 2021 will sadly be remembered as a dark day in the history of the United States of America.  Our Republic was forged in the wilderness of the New World by a great number of our ancestors.  The United States of America was formed after a hard-fought war of independence from mother England. 

Our Declaration of Independence explained the many grievances against the King of England and set out the rights of all men, given them by God.  Against all odds, the new nation won its independence in bloody conflict – many of our ancestors participated, from Jason Russell who fought the British during their retreat from Lexington and Concord and was killed upon his doorstep defending his home; to Samuel Dickerman who was present at the Boston Tea Party and participated in the Battle of Bunker Hill, the spirit of these patriots call us to defend that liberty passed down to us and usurped this day by an illegally elected puppet for our foreign enemies.

Our Constitution, drafted several years after the fighting ended, codified our new system of government with checks and balances between three branches – the Legislative Branch to write our laws, the Executive Branch to execute those laws, and the Judicial Branch to interpret those laws.  But the founders knew the failings of mankind and explicitly provided a Bill of Rights which cannot be usurped by Congress, Executive Order, or illegitimate Courts alone.  Our belief in those inalienable rights outlined in the Bill of Rights continues to this day, even when the individual Branches of our federal government have failed us so miserably.

The 45th President of the United States of America provided The 1776 Report for every American to read and understand. I urge you to download, print out, and share with your children and grandchildren.

Teach them about the inalienable rights given them by our creator.

President Trump’s illegitimate successor immediately removed this essential document from the White House web server to suppress the teaching of our nation’s founding.  If ever there was a time to stand up in protest, it is now. If ever there was a time to fight, that time is now.