new-logo25Author, Chuck Frank

Forget conspiracy, we’ve now got the facts.  Without a doubt, key players and insiders of the Democratic Party, along with other splinter groups are guilty of going under the radar and orchestrating a number of inside jobs that are horribly treasonous beyond measure,  and even to the likes of the American General, Benedict Arnold who conspired with England in a treasonous plot during the American Revolution.

Similarly, there is a mission today to deliberately sabotage the American political process in a high handed fashion, but it doesn’t stop there.  The rigging of computer chips in voting machines and bringing in ineligible voters by rogue party saboteurs has now been confirmed by James O’Keefe in his bombshell video which reveals demo/party plants that are meant to cause chaos and  violence at rallies and also at numerous voting locations.  It is a top down job
coming from on high, and if it is allowed to continue during the election, a free country and a government for and by the people, could easily lapse into a very faint memory, and when the books are finally opened years later, will the reader ask the question, why didn’t the people do something to stop the rampant crime and the oncoming dictatorship?

How many instances of voter fraud, Benghazi style events and executive Presidential orders does it have to take before a person watches the last stone finally put into place while the U.S.
Constitution is shredded into a thousand pieces and a dictatorship is formed? 

Folks, it is D Day and we are in a final battle for our country and those God-given rights that belong to the people.  

I recollect that there was a similar battle being considered one day over 200 years ago on March 13, 1775.  It was in a packed-out St. John’s Church, in the state of Virginia, where there was a man concerned with the loss of individual liberties because of the heavy hand of the English.  He then fervently shared the following statement while George Washington and Thomas Jefferson sat in awed silence at this historical gathering.  

 “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 , 1775

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