Now, we must practice civil disobedience and learn to defend


If you value freedom, the world must see civil disobedience

In the face of obvious election fraud, we must seek justice

We have all seen the videos of Georgia Democrats illegally processing ballots after the poll watchers were told to go home. Without poll watchers present, these Democrats are violating Georgia law. For those who don’t remember the first post on the illegal Georgia shenanigans, here is a re-post.

Obvious fraud evidenced in suitcases of ballots

Here, a witness testifies how suitcases full of ballots can be seen on surveillance video in the ballot counting area. At 8:00 a.m., a Democrat takes a suitcase full of ballots from under a table. The same person who closed down the Atlanta ballot counting center at 11:30 p.m. installed the table and removes at least one of the four suitcases full of ballots from under the table.

A false ally’s (Mitch McConnell’s) response to this evidence

Believe it or not, the response of Mitch McConnell (aka the Head RINO) was to congratulate Joe Biden.

Our required response to betrayal by false allies

Ok. I know that practicing our right to vote in any way (or even withholding that vote) does not qualify as civil disobedience. However, action with the political class must take place on the level that they will feel the most. Therefore, the first thing we must do involves responding in kind to their betrayal with a pledge and act of never voting for incumbents.

We need to act judiciously — not allowing ourselves to be duped by promises of future action. As long as Mr. McConnell and the other swamp RINOs can stab Trump by not acting on Article I, Article II, Amendment XII of the United States Constitution and the associated federal statutes that govern this issue – it seems we have no recourse but to vow to never vote for incumbents. Of course, if McConnell can demonstrate that he will support implementing Amendment XII, then maybe we can work once he has proven himself trustworthy.

Beyond voting, real civil disobedience might be in order

Organized sit-ins of local congressional offices might be in order for those of us on the right. In the past, this was reserved for those on the left. However, until the swamp dwellers get the message, drastic means need to come to the fore.

Mind you, as Christians, I cannot advocate starting the violence

Another national stay-at-home order? No.

Fortune has pulled together a poll of partisan respondents to the question: “Would you agree to another national stay-at-home order?”

As hospitalizations and deaths continue to rise, some public health officials are calling for a national lockdown to help control the pandemic. That includes Michael Osterholm, a member of President-elect Joe Biden’s COVID-19 advisory board, who is calling for a six- to eight-week nationwide shutdown.

The short-term consequences would be staggering: Just look at March and April, when the jobless rate soared from 4.4% to 14.7%. Is that something Americans could stomach again? To find out, Fortune and SurveyMonkey polled 2,247 U.S. adults between Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.

We found that among U.S. adults, 58% support a national “stay at home” order, in which everyone in the country is required to remain in their home except for essential services. Meanwhile, 40% of the public opposes such an order.

That support is striking considering the economic damage caused by state-issued shutdowns in the spring. It also speaks to how concerned Americans remain about the pandemic. However, that support level is down from 65% in a Fortune-SurveyMonkey poll in September.

Perhaps not surprisingly, we found a massive political divide. The majority of Democrats (87%) and Independents (67%) support a national stay-at-home order. Meanwhile, only 24% of Republicans would support such an action.

And there is a split among different income groups: While 70% of Americans earning $15,000 to $29,999 would support such a measure, only 50% of U.S. adults earning over $150,000 would back it.

There’s no clear reason for the divide, but some of it could come down to higher-income earners remembering how quickly stocks crashed in March at the onset of the spring lockdowns. And lower-paid workers might be more cautious given the fact that their jobs often involve face-to-face contact with the general public.

(Read more at Fortune)

In defense of a tired nation — no more lockdowns

The problem with lock-downs can be split into these subcategories:

  1. Democrats selectively apply their lock-downs, keeping campaign celebrations and riots going while shutting down churches, synagogues, and schools.
  2. Too many people have died from the increase in suicide.
  3. Too many have died from the increased violence from Democrats’ bail reform efforts (hello, Kim Ogg).
  4. Too many businesses have been forced from operation (especially local shops, restaurants, cafes, bars, tool shops, and similar small enterprises).

When “mostly peaceful protests” come again, we need to defend ourselves and the defenseless

We remember how Antifa and BLM showed their collective courage by attacking women, old people, and children

Breitbart reported on 14 November 2020 regarding the beatings that Antifa and BLM rioters had inflicted on the elderly, women, and children who had stopped in D.C.-area restaurants after a Trump march.

Antifa and BLM wasted no time in accosting women, children, families, and the elderly as they walked down Washington, DC, streets after the Million MAGA March on Saturday. Protesters threw large fireworks and projectiles at restaurant-goers eating outside and flashed laser lights into hotel rooms.

DC Metropolitan Police blocked off BLM Plaza so Million MAGA March attendees could not go through. Trump supporters had to walk through a gauntlet of BLM, Antifa, and black bloc assailants in order to leave the area.

A black woman hauled off and sucker-punched a man carrying a Trump flag.

Rioters walked down the street and harassed an elderly couple while trying to rip a Trump flag out of their hands.

They threatened and harassed an elderly man walking down the street with a scooter. They pushed the scooter down and threw unidentified liquids at him.

They yelled, “Get the f**k out of here! You better run motherf**ker! You better run motherf**ker!”


Protesters attacked a middle-aged woman walking with other women and some Trump supporters. A black woman hit the woman in the back of the head.


A black mother with her young children wearing a Blue Lives matter hat and a Trump jacket frantically told police officers she wanted to press charges against her assailants. The assailants cornered her and asked her why she had her children there. She was pushing a child in a stroller and shielding her pre-teen daughter when she was attacked, reported Breitbart News.

Children walking down the street with their family were frightened by the mob and were crying.

(Read more and see many more tweets at Breitbart)

From this, we know that we must defend ourselves and the defenseless

Shortly before Christ went to the cross and as He reviewed the prospect of being rejected by the world, Jesus had the following advice to all of us who identify with him:

And He said to them, “But now, whoever has a money belt is to take it along, likewise also a bag, and whoever has no sword is to sell his coat and buy one. (Luke 22:36 NASB)

From this, we know that we are expected to protect ourselves since we (like Christ) can expect nothing but the opposition of the world.

Again, we must protect children

For Christians, we must remember the commands of God to protect children (which include):

You shall not afflict any widow or orphan. (Exodus 22:22 NASB)

You have seen it, for You have beheld mischief and vexation to take it into Your hand. The unfortunate commits himself to You; You have been the helper of the orphan. (Psalm 10:14 NASB)

A father of the fatherless and a judge for the widows, Is God in His holy habitation. (Psalm 68:5 NASB)

Vindicate the weak and fatherless; Do justice to the afflicted and destitute. (Psalm 82:3 NASB)

The Lord protects the strangers; He supports the fatherless and the widow, But He thwarts the way of the wicked. (Psalm 146:9 NASB)

Learn to do good; Seek justice, Reprove the ruthless, Defend the orphan, Plead for the widow. (Isaiah 1:17 NASB)

In everything I showed you that by working hard in this manner you must help the weak and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, that He Himself said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’ (Acts 20:35 NASB)

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