We have challenging times ahead. Now is the time to know more and pray more.
1- The left will never stop. They must be beaten and never compromised with, or we lose the entire country.
“Will we answer the call to save our history, and in the process make history ourselves? Or will we continue to be complacent and watch this nation perish from the earth?”
The Final Fight Begins Now
QUOTE: Will we answer the call to save our history, and in the process make history ourselves? Or will we continue to be complacent and watch this nation perish from the earth?
The truly unprecedented indictment, and now possible arrest, of a popular former president—not to mention current presidential candidate and possible future president—goes far beyond any semblance of traditional party politics. Other past presidents who had their own shares of legal troubles, from Andrew Johnson and Richard Nixon to Bill Clinton, never faced nearly as much scrutiny, vitriol, and endless resistance as President Donald J. Trump.
The implications for this uniquely horrifying development are not limited to the upcoming 2024 presidential election, although that is certainly at the top of mind for many in the elite who desperately want to see President Trump shut out of public office for the rest of his life. As the 45th president himself has said on several occasions, in perhaps the single most powerful statement of his entire political career: “They’re not after me. They’re after you. I’m just in the way.”
President Trump’s warning that the furiously anti-American elites are in the process of targeting regular Americans proved all too true. The Biden Regime’s efforts to target the peaceful protesters who gathered at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, for the purpose of protesting a long list of legitimate grievances, have been well-documented despite the mainstream media’s efforts to paint a false “insurrection” narrative.
In today’s leftist America, the victims are the oppressors and the oppressors are the victims.
This is not a call to arms in defense of one man, because it has never been about Donald Trump. He is the latest in a long line of truly extraordinary men throughout history who have made their mark on the world in the best ways possible. Like such figures as Moses and Pericles, he is leading a fight to save his people and his nation against seemingly hopeless odds. His greatness must be recognized and remembered for the rest of time; we owe him that much.
But in the end, it has always been about what Donald Trump represents. And what he represents is a defiant comeback of the United States, the greatest nation in the world and the latest standard-bearer of the glorious and rich history of Western Civilization. We must have the will to survive, and we must be fully prepared to do what it takes to defend the civilization our ancestors built, fought for, and died for over the last 2,500 years.
2- Things you may not know about the Trump situation. Read all the points at the ilnk.
Key Things to Know About Trump’s Indictment
QUOTE: Former President Donald Trump’s unprecedented indictment has surged into the limelight and fueled public debate over whether this case is legitimate and shows no one is above the law or amounts to a political hack job meant to thwart Trump’s chances in the 2024 presidential election.
Expectations are that Trump will be arraigned at some point in the coming week, with a spokesperson for the office of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg saying in a statement that it’s now coordinating with Trump’s attorneys the former president’s surrender.
Here are key things to know about the indictment, which was handed down on Thursday, making Trump the first former or sitting U.S. president to be charged with crimes.
Trump ‘Ready to Fight’
Joe Tacopina, Trump’s lawyer, told The Epoch Times that the former president is expected to be in New York City next week for arraignment, with April 4 floated as a possible date.
“He’s angry, disappointed, but he’s ready to fight. He’s a pretty tough guy—his knees don’t buckle, so he’ll be ready to go,” Tacopina said.
Tacopina told NBC News on Friday that there’s “zero chance” that Trump will take a plea deal in the case and the former president is “not going to hole up in Mar-a-Lago,” his Florida home.
“There’s no crime. I don’t know if it’s gonna make it to trial because we have substantial legal challenges.”
While it’s not believed Trump will resist arrest, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has said that he would not assist with any potential extradition should Trump refuse to cooperate with his arraignment.
Reports indicate that Bragg was investigating Trump for allegedly misclassifying supposed hush-money payments made during the 2016 campaign to adult film actress Stormy Daniels to cover up a purported affair, which Trump has denied.
3- It is past time for all Republican Attorneys General to step up and do their jobs better.
Time to Take Off the Gloves
QUOTE: The Democratic Party is making war on Republicans, conservatives, and America. All rules have been abrogated, all traditions trashed, all sense of fairness gone. It is past time for conservatives to quit being nice guys. The Democrats’ assault can be stopped only by a healthy dose of their own medicine.
Let’s start investigating prominent Democrats with an eye toward bringing criminal charges against them. Most of America’s district attorneys, those that have a political affiliation, are no doubt Republicans. Likewise, most attorneys general are Republicans. They all should think about Democrats who can be charged in their jurisdictions.
The Biden crime family is an obvious target. The evidence on Hunter Biden’s laptop shows that he spends (or spent) most of his time communicating with pimps and drug dealers to arrange purchases of prostitutes and illegal drugs. He did this across the country, and his activities are already documented. There are many counties in which criminal charges could be brought against him. Then we have the other Bidens, including Jim and Hallie. As I understand it, criminal charges against Joe can’t be pursued until he is out of office, but all of the other members of the crime family are exposed.
Any prosecutions they bring will be more meritorious than Alvin Bragg’s ridiculous pursuit of Donald Trump. The time has come to fight fire with fire. The Democrats have let slip the dogs of war. Let’s bite back.
4-This week there is a very important election in Wisconsin that will decide control of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. If you live in Wisconsin or know anyone who does, please urge them to vote for Dan Kelly and not this horrible leftist. Pray that the people of Wisconsin make the right choice. This race has nationwide impact.
Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate gave probation to domestic abuser who later killed two people, burned bodies
QUOTE: A Milwaukee County judge running for a seat on the state’s Supreme Court, who has faced backlash over what critics describe as being soft on crime, suspended the prison sentence of a convicted domestic abuser before he went on to kill two people in 2019.
Janet Protasiewicz, a judge for the Milwaukee County Circuit Court in Wisconsin, will face off against Dan Kelly, a former Wisconsin Supreme Court justice, next Tuesday.
In February 2020, Matthew J. Neumann was found guilty of killing two of his cleaning company employees and burning their bodies on a hunting property in East Troy he was leasing back in January 2019. He was sentenced to 72 years in prison.
Neumann had a long criminal history prior to the killings. In 2015, he was found guilty of second-offense drunken driving, a misdemeanor, and later sentenced to 45 days in jail. Later that year, local law enforcement was called to Neumann’s home after police said his wife alleged he was drunk with a gun and threatening to use it if she left the house, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. Neumann surrendered to police after about 30 minutes, and police confiscated more than 60 guns from his basement. He pled guilty to endangering safety with a gun while intoxicated and disorderly conduct, both with a domestic abuse modifier, and he was prohibited from further gun ownership.
In January 2016, Protasiewicz suspended Neumann’s 18-month prison term and placed Neumann on probation for two years under certain conditions, including “absolute sobriety” and taking anger management classes.
Six months later, while still on probation, Neumann was accused of stealing property and convicted of a misdemeanor. The Journal Sentinel reported that Neumann was still on probation in April 2018, when Protasiewicz sought to modify the 18-month sentence. A new judge on the case, however, noted that Neumann had been cited for helping a woman burn her ex-boyfriend’s car and denied the request, the report said.
Less than a year later, Neumann was convicted for killing his two employees.
Wisconsin voters started casting ballots in the Supreme Court election on March 21. While the race is technically non-partisan, Kelly was endorsed by former President Trump in 2020, and Protasiewicz received the endorsement of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton last week.
The winner will determine majority control of the court, with the fate of abortion access, legislative redistricting, voting rights, rules for elections and other major issues at stake.
5- It is good that more people are highly skeptical of all experts especially those working inside any government and those constantly featured on most news outlets.
Voters lost trust in ‘experts’ after Covid-19 pandemic
QUOTE: More than three years after “15 days to slow the spread” of Covid-19, most voters have less trust in government health experts – and in the news media, too.
That’s according to the latest Rasmussen Reports national poll.
The survey found that 50% of likely U.S. voters say the way the government handled the Covid-19 pandemic has caused them to have less trust in public health officials.
Conversely, 30% say the government’s pandemic response caused them to have more trust in public health officials, while 18% say it did not have much impact.
Over half of the voters, 53% said the way the news media covered the Covid-19 pandemic caused them to have less trust in the news media.
Just 23% say the pandemic coverage made them trust the media more, while 22% say the coverage did not have much impact on their trust in the news media.
To see survey question wording, click here.
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