Tuesday, August 15, 2017

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Amendment Number One

          Our First Constitutional Amendment is under attack from all sides. "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."[1] The Globalist Anti-Christ forces must be able to limit the rights of the American people, BEFORE they can establish the New World Order.

          For years, since the 1920's, these forces have been working to undermine our system of government, our relationship and dependence on and with God and our right to express our opinions without harm. The amount and scope of the demonstrations, mostly by the left, seem to be setting up for either Marshall Law or at least limit out right to assemble.

          I MAY HATE WHAT TOU SAY, BUT I WILL FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT TO SAY IT. Does this sound familiar? This is the basis of our first amendment. Nazi's, communists, progressives, America lovers and America haters are among the people who have a right to speak. 

          My understanding is that the "white supremists" groups applied for a permit, in Charlottesville, and got permission to have their demonstration. I don't think the anti demonstration groups had legal permission to be there. If the skuz balls were allowed to have their little, under attended grievance  ceremony, it would have gone by without incident. It wouldn't even have been news worthy.  HOWEVER, crowds of people not part of the demonstration (like Antifa, BLM and God only knows who else) enabled the legal demonstrators to get national attention that they never should have had. 
          Keep in mind that ALL AMERICANS have the same First Amendment rights. The anti demonstrator groups here in Charlestown were just as wrong as the groups on campuses and other places that attempt to shut down free speech.

          The "missed moment" was not the presidents lack of naming the groups, but the lack of American tolerance, not the lack of politicians calling out the groups by name. The politicians and news people, by their actions and rhetoric are condoning the groups who limit the free speech of their fellow countrymen and women. Shame on you people!!!!

          THE KKK STRIKES AGAIN! If you look at the history of KKK demonstrations over the last 50!years, you will see that they instigate the violence, but they manage to sucker the anti demonstrators into starting the violence. Looks to me that this is what happened in Charlottesville.

          Shame on Fox News! They are (like the fake news outfits) reporting that the "white" idiots had a violent demonstration. NOPE, it turned violent when the leftists showed up. Why pick a side, when both sides are wrong? Why can't anyone just tell the truth. IT'S CALLED REPORTING. ISN'T THAT YOUR JOB?

          The CNN show Inside Politics had a panel consisting of one member of CNN staff, one person from the Washington Post and one from the New York Times. WOW, I had no idea they were that fair and balanced. I love sarcasm! THEY WERE ESPECIALLY CONDEMNATORY OF president Trump for condemnation of all violence, instead of naming names. Do these people realize how stupid we think they are?

          Watching Inside Politics made me sick. I can't think of a time when I have seen this much hatred and bigotry displayed, unashamedly and without apology. They cam out against the white racist  groups and failed to even mention the black racist groups and the Fascist group Antifa. Apparently CNN doesn't care that they have lost ALL credibility.

The Following are insights of right thinking people. For most, I am only giving the first names of the private citizens, and no these are not anonymous sources.

"I am a citizen of Charlottesville and yesterday was a horrible day for my city. The news outlets have it all wrong. This whole march was started by the city's vice mayor and the city council. The vice mayor who is a racist black man ( google Wes Bellamy and read his hate statements towards white people and women) who decided to try to make a name for himself by removing a historical statue of Robert E Lee. He wants to erase history. After the citizens of Charlottesville voiced their opinion that the statue should stay Wes Bellamy kept pushing the issue. These are the facts. This has nothing to do with Trump. Wes Bellamy and the city council brought this mess upon our city. Race relations here have been set back 60 years. BLM is to the black community as the KKK is to the white community. Hate is what it is. Hate has no color, hate has no political belief. There is hate on both sides, yesterday proved that"...Mike, Charlottesville resident.

Robert said -
The left demonstrates AGAIN that they are more and more like Daesh...rip down and destroy historical monuments to TRY and change history. They successfully changed it already...making people believe that it was Republicans who perpetrated slavery, and somehow people bought into it...
Now that the P.T. Beuregard statue is down, the inner city schools will magically improve, and more opportunity will be there for the kids...who knew that a statue was holding minorities back all this time? *rollseyes*
The MSM needs to stop conflating Republicans and the made up "alt-right" with Nazis and "white supremacists"....they NEVER conflate Antifa or BLM with liberals or democrats...

Fred said- 
Here let me break it down for you NYT reporter Jeremy W. Peters...There are many factions to the White Supremacists movement, they are not just the KKK, so there are "Many Sides" to what you in the media have incorrectly been calling "White Nationalists". 

Next Antifa is a conglomerate of many Communist groups and Anarchists groups, they are not just a singular collection of people, so there are "Many Sides" to the pro-communist Antifa group. 

There you go Jeremey, many sides means just that and the many sides of BOTH groups have blood on their hands when it comes to Charlottesville, Va.

The actions by the MANY SIDES there produced hatred on MANY SIDES and resulted in VIOLENCE that led to the death of one of the protestors. Thus the two basic sides which are made of collectives of many smaller groups are both equally culpable in the deaths and should be held accountable!

Who the hell decided that Antifa and their communist loving followers are the official historical revisionist police in America? And where are the police when these neo-Bolsheviks are running around destroying public property? Last time I looked this is not a MOB ruled country and we have a process to discuss things in society. 

I agree with Laura Ingraham, this is about control of history and where does this lunacy end? do they tear down all of our history they don't like? Do they want burn all the history books, the movies, the songs, do they want to invade the south and begin tearing down every building with Robert E. Lee? This is not about unity, this is not about race, this is about pure hate and these are the new Bolsheviks and they are out to do one thing terrorize anyone or anything who disagrees with their points of view!

The main stream media made a huge deal that President Trump had to address the White Supremacists and now We the People need to demand the media address these communist foot soldiers and publicly condemn there actions and rioting all across the nation. 

Lastly we need to have this group Antifa declared what they are by the Department of Justice, terrorists! 

Been watching the shocking images from Charlottesville, Va. riots today and something became very apparent about both sides involved....

People who are going to a peaceful protest do not take masks or hoods to hide their identity, they don't take heavy wood poles to hold flags or signs, they don't come wearing helmets and they don't bring shields....

People that do those things are looking for one thing, TROUBLE...

Allen said-

"Ok folks, here’s what REALLY happened in Charlottesville – and what everyone is missing

This past weekend I was honored to be in a most picturesque place with some great and hospitable folks in Prescott (Yavapai County) Arizona. I was there to address the Republican Women of Prescott, the nation’s largest Republican women’s club, on their 75th anniversary. The scenery there was just breathtaking and there was just a sense of solemnness that we all need experience from time to time. How great a contrast it was from what was happening across the country in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Let me begin by saying, I deplore any form of supremacist view — white, black, Hispanic, Islamic. I will be the first to openly state and embrace, a sense of American exceptionalism and supremacy that is rooted in our founding principles and values. Any and all else that is contradictory is to be condemned. What I have witnessed post the events of Saturday 12 August is the typical Rahm Emanuel mentality and political posturing: “never let a good crisis go to waste.”
Therefore, I seek to assess what really happened in Charlottesville, Virginia.
First, may God rest the soul of 32-year-old Heather Heyer who tragically lost her life. My sincere condolences to her, her family, and those others who were injured. I fully support seeking the death penalty for 20-year-old James Alex Fields Jr. of Ohio who committed this horrific act of violence. But, how did we get to this place?
This all began because someone decided, as other elected officials have across the country, to cave in to partisan political pressures and seek to erase American history. History is not there for us to love or hate, but for us to learn from and seek to not repeat its mistakes.
If there are those who truly believe we protect ourselves by trying to revise history due to false emotions, then we miss out on who we are as a nation, and our evolution. The statues of long since deceased leaders of the Confederate Army do not stand to remind anyone of oppression. And if a statue can oppress you, then I submit that you have greater issues.
I certainly did not appreciate former President Barack Obama taking a photo op in Cuba before the image of Che Guevara, nor do I enjoy seeing anyone wearing said image on t-shirts here in America…but I do not go into some whimsical state of “oppression.”
And so it is that we do possess in this Constitutional Republic a freedom of speech and freedom of expression. It would appear that said group who didn’t wish to see the statue of Virginian, General Robert E. Lee, who was a commissioned U.S. Army officer, graduate of West Point, and served the nation in the Mexican War, taken down did apply for a permit to hold a rally. We can dislike these individuals, but they took proper measures to secure permission to express their First Amendment right.
Contrary to their position, the word went out for a counter-protest to occur which included groups from a different side of the political spectrum, who have also been very guilty of hateful rhetoric and violence. What should have happened is that these two groups should have been kept miles apart. I do not understanding why any local law enforcement agency would allow these two groups close proximity…first lesson learned. And we must also ascertain, did the counter-protest group seek permit or did they just “show up” in order to provoke, and elicit a response they could use “politically?” Yes, motivations are important to understand in this case, if we’re serious about getting to the bottom of what happened in Charlottesville and not just the typical media-driven frenzy.
I find it rather odd that so many are seeking to lay blame on President Trump for what happened in Charlottesville. And there are some voices out there who want to blame all white people, and all Republicans. How odd that when it was the New Black Panther Party outside a voting precinct in Philadelphia in black fatigues and with clubs, nothing was said. As a matter of fact, they weren’t even prosecuted for voter intimidation. And when it was the riots in Ferguson and Baltimore fueled by media false narratives and a presidential administration’s rhetoric, there was no blame laid on Barack Obama. It appears to me that there is a blatant hypocrisy when an individual commits a horrible crime, such as in Charleston, South Carolina, and a collective group of people are to be held accountable.
But, when there’s an Islamic terror attack people say, “we cannot rush to judgment” or “this is not indicative of all Muslims”…to wit I agree, but why not call the enemy for what it is” militant Islamic terrorism or jihadism? Why must some be browbeaten into condemning the actions of a few, yet we have others who have fully admitted their support to groups calling for a “resistance?” And where were the voices to condemn the violence in Washington DC on Inauguration Day, or even at UC-Berkeley…or the violence committed against those who support the current president or hold beliefs aligned with Constitutional conservatism?
If we want to condemn groups such as the neo-Nazis and others, then we must also condemn groups such as BLM and Antifa. And we need to stop the cherry picking, as they all should be investigated. Let’s end this absurdity of trying to connect the Republican Party with the Ku Klux Klan, since it was a creation of the Democrat Party. And I seem to recall Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia, infamously known as a grand wizard of the Klan, lauded over at his memorial by Barack Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton. It was Senator Byrd who was vehemently against the Civil Rights Act of 1964, but it was Republican Senator Everett Dirksen who supported its passage.
James Alex Fields will be punished to the full extent of the law, and I truly believe he should never see the light of day again. But if we blindly do not realize there has been an atmosphere of hatred fomented in this nation, we are ignorant. Who even remembers the fella who attempted to gun down several Republican Members of Congress at a baseball practice, severely wounding Rep. Steve Scalise? The mainstream liberal progressive media pushed that aside rather quickly, and let us not forget MSNBC commentator, Joy Reid, who on her Sunday show actually sought to justify Rep. Scalise’s shooting because of his voting record. Now, where was the condemnation there, and why is it that Ms. Reid still has a position and a show on that network?
Fareed Zakaria praised the Central Park play depicting the “Caesar-like” stabbing to death of President Trump — last time I checked he was still on CNN. And how many Democrat elected officials were pressured into making statements of condemnation of one Kathy Griffith who notoriously held up the bloodied severed head resembling President Trump?
There’s plenty of guilt to be passed around here, but the progressive socialist left will sadly exploit this for all they can. They will horribly believe this will provide them some sort of electoral advantage. They fail to realize they’re just as complicit in what happened in Charlottesville. Let me ask that age-old rhetorical question: “if a tree falls in the woods, and no one is there, does it make a sound?”
If we were to go back and ponder this incident and just let a small group of disaffected individuals hold a rally to protest the possible taking down of a statue of General Robert E. Lee, and no one had showed up…Instead a call went out and trouble, violence ensued. Or maybe, if we had courageous elected officials who would just say, those statues aren’t offending anyone; they’re part of American history, and they stay. Imagine that, would there even be a story, any rally, and violence?
What happened in Charlottesville must not be allowed to happen again. And that means we need to hold ANY group responsible that promotes violence. “What do we want, dead cops; when do we want them, now”…”Pigs in a blanket, fry them like bacon”…no more. Our streets aren’t the place for hoods and masks, such as Antifa wears, and their violence and destruction of property. Let’s call them all out, and not have this selective enforcement mentality rooted in partisan political hackery. If we don’t stop the blatant hypocrisy, which is truly the problem, then we’re sitting on a powder keg — which I believe some wish for.
I have an idea. If y’all want to fight, sign up in the U.S. military — if you meet the standards. There are plenty of folks who do indeed hate the United States. Channel your angst against them…not each other."[2]

Glenn, said-
I agree that what these people were advocating was racism. I as a Christian absolutely repudiate everything this group stands for. However, it was not white-supremacy or extremist right wing philosophy that caused this violence. There is too much evidence to the contrary. The left wing violence that occurred after Trumps election. The campus violence perpetrated against conservative speakers at Berkeley. The riots in Ferguson a Baltimore were encouraged by the left. The white supremacist who assembled in Charlottesville  were American citizens legally exercising their First Amendment right to peacefully assemble. The cause of this riot is the advocates of political correctness who want to only recognize the parts of our history that they deem worthy of recognition, and who believe they should censor and silence that which might offend.

Jerry said-
Virginia governor (and Clinton buddy) Terry McAuliffe called out the neo Nazi's but failed to mention Antifa, BLM or the Red Fist Communist protestors. Seriously? Is he really that selective with his hate-groups?

Steve said-
ABOUT EVENTS IN CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. today... I watched Fox News coverage. It's a real shame they couldn't or wouldn't clarify WHO the protesters were other than to say they were "white nationalists"!! So we're supposed to guess what group they're affiliated with?? After coming on FB, I still don't know, but I know they WERE NOT representing the SCV or the Va Flaggers. Regardless of who they are affiliated with, what happened today would not have happened if the Charlottesville City Council had left the Confederate monument of General Robert E. Lee a non issue, especially with more pressing issues to work on unless they have none. Sure they don't (sarcasm).

          As you can tell, there is a concerted effort to undermine the Constitution of the United States, as well as blocking the Lord from having any influence on our people.

[1] 1st. Amendment to the Constitution of the United States
[2] Allen West


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