Today, Dan dropped Miss Rayette off so she could walk with Miss Patti and me. We decided to make it a short, 2-mile walk through the Delta community.
Along the way, we got lots of thumbs up and freedom honks from passers-by. It was a beautiful day!
Let’s not forget why we’re walking and doing this movement. Our freedoms to do things as simple as walking down this road may one day be removed. We need to do something right now or we will continue to suffer the consequences. Time is of the essence. This isn’t about removing government; it’s about regaining our control so we get back on the right path.
History has shown us that when governments tried to stifle the people, they failed because the people stood up and let their voices be heard. When the people rise up, the corrupt leaders shiver in their boots because they want us to be silent and compliant, but we won’t do that. They don’t want us to congregate and communicate with one another. They can’t stop us from walking, from coming together, so let’s do it. Let’s show them who they work for. They work for us! It’s time that we remind them that they represent us! This movement is about people. People have to hold their representatives accountable for their actions, but a lot of people don’t know that.
The government has been very good at indoctrinating people, especially our younger Americans, into making them believe that they are better off blindly following their decisions, that they just have to do what the government tells them to do. They don’t understand the process. That’s why we’re educating people on the process, so they can see things more clearly and hopefully stand up and speak up to make things right again.
What I’m doing here is a first-time event. It’s never been done before. A real-life Forrest Gump-type event to bring the people out to communicate with one another. We can no longer sit back and be complacent. It’s time to stand up and take back what’s ours. This country is ours, not theirs. Not some bureaucrat with 40 odd year representation in DC. Trust me, they no longer represent you when they’ve been in politics that long. They have their own self-serving agendas.
Let’s continue to get people to come out. Forget the naysayers who are saying that we’re cheating. They’re more interested in tearing down this country with their ignorance.
The people will come out. It’s imperative that we discuss, listen, and learn what it is to be an American. The United States is not some dictatorship, socialist or communistic country. We have plenty of examples around this world to go by if you want to see what that looks like. We need to stand together so we don’t become that.
Let’s go by what our forefathers designed. Let’s read the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation. Let’s read the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and its amendments to learn how our country is supposed to work.
There are a lot of Patriots here in Delta, UT who want something done and I hope that I have instilled some knowledge as to what it is that “We the People” need to do. We need to assemble and to take a look at our 1st Amendment rights in the U.S. Bill of Rights. We have the right of peaceful assembly. What are we assembling for? We’re assembling to hold accountability of those elected officials and bureaucrats to not mess with our Constitutional and God-given rights. We do that by assembling, so as I walk across this country, that’s what I would like to see. I want to see people come out. Quit yelling at the TV set, open your doors and get out here. Don’t be afraid to stand up for what you know is right. Come walk with me. Or, if you’re unable to join me, set up a walk in your area. Out of 50 states, I’m only touching 11, so put together your own walks for freedom. Walk to your State Houses, walk to your City Halls. Engage your neighbors, your friends, your family. Pass the message along that it is the people en masse that make the difference. It is the people en masse that will ultimately set this country free to get back to our Constitutional Republic. Let’s make this about “We the People”!
After the walk, we topped off our tanks and drove past the desolate areas and on to Payson, UT where we camped out at a local Walmart parking lot.
We’ve been needing a large, sturdy cooler to store our perishable foods and proteins. Raymond, from chat, who I met in Banning, CA during TPC, found out about this need and drove to us in Payson to deliver a 62-quart Igloo cooler with wheels. A special shout out and thank you to Raymond for your support and dedication.
Texas Girl ordered us a second Igloo cooler (Thanks Texas Girl!) and another supporter ordered a small grill and groceries from Walmart.
We are grateful to all of you who have helped to support and donate to this movement. If you’re able to help keep us walking, please consider donating here. Every little bit helps.
May God bless you and the citizens of the United States of America. Together, we can stand strong!