The future of our Constitutional Republic is at stake and many Americans are angry. At least those who have been awakened to the world where they are pawns in a rigged game, and those who are not lining their pockets at the federal trough, are angry.
They are also trying to make sense of where we are today and how we got here. Even some of the “hope and change” supporters are angry at the continuity of agenda despite the change in American leadership. Then there are those who slumber in a world of denial, self-delusion and deception. Two distinctly different people in two remarkably different worlds, yet denizens of the same planet.
One world is where the television and radio pundits sanctimoniously scold us into believing that all is normal, and everything we see taking place today is merely the result of a growing acrimonious relationship between two political parties. They sit behind the microphones, in front of the TV cameras, write the newsprint, and dominate the internet with their matrix of mendacity. They are well-paid for keeping the public in the dark, and by confining public discourse to the limitations of mere political theater. Regardless of their political bent, they bully and mock those who disagree, and sneer at those who dare threaten the illusion of normalcy.
The other world is what is really taking place behind the scenes. The things we aren’t supposed to know, as knowing would disrupt the plans of globalists and expose their lies. This is the real world, where a trail of cold, dead bodies exist from Benghazi to Boston, New York City to Baghdad. It is the world of false flags and assaults on our liberties. It consists of actual crimes committed in our name, with our money by our government, criminal acts rather than contrived political scandals. It is in this world that we learn that we really live in captivity under a ruling elite populating and influencing all political factions. To believe in this reality, however, is to be subjected to ridicule and satire, or to be put on a list of political dissidents.
The trucker Ride for the Constitution has been underway since 7 AM this morning. The live broadcast has had hundreds of callers, the chat has over 300 people participating and the movement continues to grow.
While news agencies reported National Guard would be out, those reports had been proven as false. A commenter to a Freedom Outpost article by Dean Garrison contacted Senator Inhofe’s office, who also indicated those reports were false.
About an hour ago, it was reported on the live broadcast of the Ride for the Constitution that a family in DC had seen and taken photos of National Guard troops in buses along the roadside. These were forwarded to Larry Klayman who was to present them on Neal Cavuto; but, Rupert Murdock refused to have this aired on Fox News. Additionally, it has been intimated the troops were going to close I-95 into Washington. Because of these developments, the trucks have been pulled back temporarily.
A few minutes ago, General Lee, who was on the live broadcast, was in downtown Washington, DC making his way to an interview with the Wall Street Journal digital. The host, Pete Santilli, asked the General to tell the reporter to contact him so additional information could be imparted.
There have been ongoing attempts to disrupt the show, the chat room and the call-in line. These attacks have been through individuals who are not in support of the effort or disagree with the host of the live broadcast. Skype has had problems as well with some of the associate hosts maintaining a connection. Pete Santilli has identified on the air that news organizations have done everything to sabotage the coverage of this event.
No secret to us that he is a petty vindictive man, but it does need to be said again and again until those that don’t get it, do get it. Share it with a liberal today…
Via National Review:
Last week I wrote a column accusing the president of having a vindictive streak — of deliberately trying to make the lives of average Americans worse just so he could score ideological and political points.
We already knew from how he handled the budget sequester that Obama liked this approach. He ordered Cabinet secretaries not to do their jobs — i.e., to manage as best they could under spending restraints — but instead to find ways to make the cuts needlessly painful for innocents caught in the Beltway crossfire.
They dusted off the same playbook for the shutdown. As one park ranger told the Washington Times, “We’ve been told to make life as difficult for people as we can.” Admittedly, the case was circumstantial. There was no smoking gun. What was really needed was a confession.
Obama delivered. On October 8, Obama was asked by Mark Knoller of CBS if he was “tempted” to sign the numerous funding bills passed by the GOP-controlled House that would greatly alleviate the pain of the shutdown. Republicans have voted to reopen parks, fund cancer trials for children at the NIH, and to keep FEMA and the FDA going through this partial shutdown. But Obama has threatened to veto any such efforts, effectively keeping the Senate from considering the legislation.
“Of course I’m tempted” to sign those bills, Obama explained. “But here’s the problem. What you’ve seen are bills that come up wherever Republicans are feeling political pressure, they put a bill forward. And if there’s no political heat, if there’s no television story on it, then nothing happens.”
Obama’s answer dragged on, as all of Obama’s answers do. But the point was made. For the first time in American history, a president confessed to deliberately hurting his country to score points against his enemies.