If you came home from vacation and another family had taken over your house would you just shrug and say, “Well, we will make sure that does not happen with the next home we own.”
Of course not. We would take our home back, clean it well and then secure it so there would be no future invaders.
The powers that stole our election are not Democrats, are not Republicans. It is a mix, a swampy mix. Right now we are finding out which lawmakers are worth keeping. How? By what they say about this crisis, by what they don’t say about this crisis.
There is a father and son from Arkansas that has been stopping by our family farms most every year for decades. They paint bins and sheds. This year the father told me that almost every farm he stops at people are talking about the stolen election.
Go to our lawmaker’s news pages on their websites Governor Reynolds is not talking about the stolen election. Senator Ernst is not talking about the stolen election. Senator Grassley is not talking about the stolen election. Congressman Feenstra is not talking about the stolen election. Congresswoman Hinson is not talking about the stolen election. US Representative Miller-Meeks is not talking about the stolen election.
When I say my house was stolen I want law enforcement that will look into it, that will take me seriously. When I say my vote was stolen, I want lawmakers that will look into it, ones that will take me seriously.
I invite our lawmakers to just look at this short video. If this still doesn’t move you then I leave with you a quote from Samuel Adams.