We revolted against the British for less than what is happening to our constitution today and our constitutional rights, which have been set aside for a state of emergency from a virus.
Notice our governor won’t talk about how many babies are being murdered, how many people have committed suicide, and how many have died of even the flu. Why don’t they talk about these things? Because it doesn’t fit their narrative — that they (the state) say the governor is keeping us safe. How sick and misguided these statements are. What’s even sadder, people believe them. We don’t care about all the other deaths, only the COVID-19 ones. We are not talking about how the shutdown is creating more issues than it’s helping. We refuse to talk about that, because of the emergency powers: that these governors in a lot of states, ours being one, have turned these people into little dictators — telling people to spy on their neighbors (this is what happened in Germany under Hitler); how we have been threatened and scolded; and somehow, we are not caring or un-American to fight back.
It is very sad when we don’t stand up for our civil liberties against the totalitarian form of government. But people say the governor is only trying to protect us. Is she; how do we know that? We are not allowed to say anything or ask questions, because if we do, we must somehow not care about people.
She doesn’t care about anyone but herself and her own ambitions.
Instead of dealing with our governor, we attack good Americans who believe in our God-given rights. Even now, she came out after the president spoke about a phased plan to reopen our country and economy and said, “We are not even close.” Not only should we be close, she should have moved to put our doctors back to work and all those who help and are specialists. You can kill a baby, but you can’t have surgery for cancer. This is so demonic and wrong. We should all begin to protest her, call her office, and shut it down by calling and letting her know enough is enough. We should pray and ask God to intervene.
Let’s fight back and address our displeasure peacefully and with lots of passion for our country.
Just a thought,
Published on Tuesday, April 21, 2020 @ 8:49 AM CDT
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