Newsletter | November 9, 2023
Our ruling class corruption is killing us. To enrich themselves, they’re dividing us. To distract us from their power grabs, they’re driving us at each other. And their instrument to destroy America is racial enmity.
Earlier this week, pages from the manifesto of Audrey Hale, the transgender-identifying mass murderer who shot to death three children and three adults at a Christian school in Nashville, TN in March, were leaked to podcaster Steven Crowder. The notes show the 28-year-old white woman was consumed by leftist racial hatred and chose to slaughter white children because they were “privileged.”
“Kill those kids!!! Those crackers going to private fancy schools with those fancy khakis + sports backpacks w/ their daddies mustangs + convertables [sic],” Hale wrote in one entry. “I wish to shoot you weakass d—ks w/ your mop yellow hair, wanna kill all you little crackers! Bunch of little f—gots w/ your white privileges.”
It’s not hard to see why law enforcement refused to release Hale’s writings: The madwoman’s rantings give evidence that her mental illness and spiritual void was weaponized by the ruling class’ own ideological obsessions, in particular “white privilege.”
American history is tragically littered with psychopaths like John Brown and Charles Manson whose highest goal was to incite a race war to destroy the country. Today, the same ideas devised to split us along racial lines have become the cornerstone of an industry sanctified at the highest levels of the political, corporate, media, and academic establishment. This ideology is known as DEI, which stands for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity.
The name is intentionally deceptive. The ideology’s purpose is not to promote anything like social harmony, but rather to disadvantage a particular group. Obviously, DEI ideologues aren’t targeting the white CEOs, university presidents, Big Tech moguls, or TV broadcasters who promote their sinister ideas. No, DEI is employed only against middle-class whites.
Since the 2020 riots following the death of George Floyd, DEI has only increased its reach throughout every American institution. It hardly matters that newly released documents show the convicted felon wasn’t killed by a police officer but died rather from a drug overdose. It’s a lie that advances the interests of the ruling class.
It’s worth remembering that Joe Biden kicked off his 2020 campaign with the lie that Donald Trump failed to condemn the white supremacists and neo-Nazis at the 2017 Charlottesville protest that left one woman dead. To this day Biden repeats the lie. Since the start of his presidency, he’s used the prestige of the White House to claim, without evidence, that “white nationalism” constitutes America’s greatest national security danger.
In fact, what threatens American peace and prosperity is our ruling class, a demonic confederation of elites so corrupt that they’re pushing Americans to hate each other. But we won’t be deceived. We’ll stand strong together, as families, communities, all races and religions, as one nation under God.
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Roger Stone is a conservative political consultant who, since the 1970s, has worked with top Republican politicians, including presidents Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and Donald Trump. Roger is also host of a weekly radio show on WABC, and we spoke with him recently to get his insights on U.S. politics, history — and our great country’s future.
How is American politics different now than when you first entered the arena in the 1970s?
While American politics was always extremely competitive, the recent criminalization of politics is unlike anything we have seen previously. Now, instead of just beating the opposition in a free, fair, honest, and transparent election; one party engages in obvious voter fraud, at the same time, they attempt to frame and jail their political opponents.
With all the presidential campaigns you worked on, which candidate did you learn most from?
From Richard Nixon I learned resilience; that a man is not finished when he is defeated—he is only finished when he quits. Despite seemingly overwhelming and insurmountable obstacles, including the possibility of personal destruction, a man must never quit fighting for what he believes in.
If Richard Nixon were alive today, what advice would he give Donald Trump?
Nixon’s greatest regret was his resignation. In retrospect, he believed he should have gone to trial in the U.S. Senate, where he would at least have had the opportunity to make the case for himself. Given what we now know about the CIA’s involvement in Watergate and many facts regarding Watergate that were hidden from the American people, Nixon was right. Were he alive today, Nixon would tell Trump to keep fighting and never give up.
What is the biggest threat facing Americans right now?
The combination of censorship and the illegitimate use of artificial intelligence is the greatest threat to our Republic. The people can never know the truth if it is never told to them, while, at the same time, ingenious use of AI can create narratives that are false but believed because they are so convincing in their appearance.
What is your prayer for America?
My prayer for America is that despite the tsunami of completely manufactured lawfare and obvious coming irregularities and fraud in the next presidential election, that divine intervention will allow for the election of Donald J. Trump so that he can thwart the globalists’ plan to erase our Constitution and turn us into serfs.
Editor’s Note: To read other Speaking With American Patriots interviews, please click here.
States Step Up To Get In The Fight To Protect Children
The multiplier effect is taking hold as a result of America’s Future Get In The Fight campaigns as more states step forward to raise awareness and train residents to combat child exploitation and trafficking in their communities. Michigan will hold its Get In The Fight summit and training programs on December 8 and 9, and heading into 2024, Illinois has scheduled its campaign for January 26 and 27, Texas on February 23 and 24, Pennsylvania on May 17 and 18, and Ohio on June 14 and 15.
As additional states host campaigns with summits and training programs, more and more Americans become aware of the reality of the crisis and are trained and armed with the tools and knowledge to share with their families, friends, and colleagues and, when necessary, use the action steps they have learned to effectively prevent or intervene when they suspect a child in harm’s way.
This week in Florida, an overflow class of students began a six-day, intensive training course offered as part of the August launch of America’s Future Get In The Fight nationwide campaigns. The course is being held in coordination with the Association for the Recovery of Children. General Mike Flynn, America’s Future Board Chair, welcomed the class, thanking them for their participation and urging them to be vigilant in their efforts to help protect children in America.
General Flynn will also be at the Michigan Get In The Fight campaign summit on December 8, 2023, which will begin with a meet and greet reception from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., followed by the panel discussion from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Grace Christian Church at 33801 Van Dyke Ave, Sterling Heights. The next day’s selection of training programs will also be held at the church.
The summit panel will be moderated by Lara Logan, an award-winning investigative journalist and America’s Future Board Director, and include Bazzel Baz, founder and president of the Association for the Recovery of Children, Tara Lee Rodas, HHS whistleblower, Jaeson Jones, CEO, Omni Intelligence, and Christine Dolan, author, and investigative journalist. Lara, Baz, and Tara are members of the America’s Future Project Defend & Protect Our Children (PDPC) Advisory Board.
The training programs on Dec. 9th will run from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Among the courses taught by experienced instructors include seminars for hospitality and healthcare professionals, parents and caring adults, first responders, and overcomers. A special showing of the movie Into The Light, produced by acclaimed filmmaker and America’s Future Board Director Mike Smith, who also produced Out of Shadows, will take place in conjunction with a seminar on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how traffickers and predators blend apps and AI tools with the techniques of psychological operations to control human behavior.
Michigan residents and others interested in attending the two-day Michigan event are encouraged to register early to secure their seats for the panel and training programs and to attend the meet-and-greet reception with the speakers, panelists, instructors, and members of the PDPC Advisory Board, Liz Crokin, Brian Gamble, Lynz Piper-Loomis, Ben Moore, and special guests.
If you or an organization you are affiliated with are interested in coordinating a Get In The Fight campaign in your state, please email Lisa MacDonald, America’s Future Director of Strategic Planning and Development, at [email protected].
Veterans Day was first celebrated as Armistice Day in 1919 to commemorate the end of the First World War.
“To us in America,” said President Woodrow Wilson, “the reflections of Armistice Day will be filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service, and with gratitude for the victory, both because of the thing from which it has freed us and because of the opportunity it has given America to show her sympathy with peace and justice in the councils of nations.”
More than a century later, Americans are still stirred by solemn pride in the heroic men and women who have worn our country’s uniform to protect our peace and prosperity. And yet it’s become increasingly clear that, unlike Wilson, our country’s current leadership does not share our admiration for the veterans who sacrificed to defend us, including the scores who laid down their lives on bloody battlefields far from home.
Today’s armed forces have trouble meeting their recruitment quotas not because the rising generation lacks patriotism or isn’t physically fit. Instead, the young men and women most likely to serve our country in uniform, those whose families have a long legacy of fighting for America, distrust the civilian and military leaders who spend Americans lives cheaply and can’t win wars — or maybe they don’t want to win them if it profits the defense industry to prolong conflict.
It’s a strange moment in America this Veterans Day – Saturday. We look back in fond remembrance of the fallen and raise our voices to celebrate all those who have served and sacrificed. And as we look at the present, our hope is with the young patriots who are leaders too, and will help guide the fulfillment of the promise pledged in blood by our forebearers. Freedom!
Impeaching Biden Administration Officials
This is the thirteenth entry in our IN FOCUS section examining the impeachment power to help give readers a historical and constitutional context to this political process. To access previous articles, please click here.
What do the following Biden Administration officials have in common: FBI Director Christopher Wray; Attorney General Merrick Garland; Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas; and U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Matthew Graves? Answer: They are all subjects of impeachment resolutions that have been filed in the U.S. House of Representatives. These are in addition to the 14 impeachment resolutions filed against President Biden.
FBI Director Christopher Wray
Under Wray’s watch, the FBI has intimidated, harassed, and entrapped American citizens that have been deemed enemies of the Biden regime. As such, Director Wray has turned the FBI into Joe Biden and Merrick Garland’s personal police force. The Soviet-style tactics used by the FBI against normal Americans are unprecedented in this country. [Emphasis added.]
Greene’s articles of impeachment cited the FBI’s targeting of prolife activists such as Mark Houck, its unprecedented raid on former President Trump’s home, its plan to spy on what it calls “Radical-Traditionalist Catholics,” and the FBI-concocted plot to entrap protestors into kidnapping Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer.
This is the same Christopher Wray who failed to provide meaningful protection for Republican Supreme Court justices when leftists illegally protested at their homes last summer. When questioned by Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) as to his failures, Wray brushed it off as not important enough for the FBI’s time. “Our agents are … up to their necksenforcing all sorts of laws. And I wish that we were in a situation where every federal violation that occurred in this country was something the FBI could have the resources to investigate,” Wray told Cotton dismissively. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) has also had it with Wray, telling him just last month: “We want credibility, integrity restored to the institution, but Director Wray, you have not done that since assuming office.”
Attorney General Merrick Garland
Director Wray’s superior at the Justice Department, Attorney General Merrick Garland, has also faced Republican calls for impeachment. In July, even former Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) suggested that Garland might be impeached. House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) agreed, stating that “it sure looks like we’re moving … at a pretty quick pace” toward having enough evidence to prove that Garland gave perjured testimony to the House about the DOJ’s Hunter Biden investigation — or lack thereof.
Two resolutions were filed in the last (117th) Congress: H.Res. 743 by Congressman Scott Perry (R-PA); and H.Res. 1318, by Rep. Greene. One impeachment resolution has been filed against Garland in the current (118th) Congress: H.Res. 410 by Rep. Greene.
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) assailed Garland for targeting of parents who protest at local school board meetings. The Federalist website summed up Garland’s performance as follows: “Under Garland, the Justice Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have been thoroughly politicized and weaponized, transformed into instruments of terror aimed at ordinary American citizens who have the temerity to oppose the Biden administration’s radical agenda.” Meanwhile, Garland has been “smearing parents who speak out at school board meetings as ‘domestic terrorists.’”
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas
Secretary Mayorkas has the most impeachment resolutions of all Biden lieutenants: H.Res. 8 by Congressman Patrick Fallon (R-TX); H.Res. 89 by Congressman Andy Biggs (R-AZ); H.Res. 411 and H.Res. 477 by Rep. Greene; and H.Res. 470 by Congressman Clay Higgins (R-LA).
The first resolution was filed in January by Rep. Fallon for failing to protect the southern border. The articles blast Mayorkas for failing to maintain “operational control over the border,” and allege that Mayorka “willfully provided perjurious, false, and misleading testimony to Congress” and “knowingly slandered his own hardworking Border Patrol agents and mislead the general public.”
Rep. Biggs, who represents another border state, filed articles of impeachment in February against Mayorkas, calling him “the chief architect of the migration and drug invasion at our southern border.” Biggs continued:
His policies have incentivized more than 5 million illegal aliens to show up at our southern border — an all-time figure. Instead of enforcing the laws on the books and deporting or detaining these illegal aliens, the vast majority of them are released into the interior and never heard from again. Thousands of pounds of drugs — including deadly fentanyl — continue to pour across the border unabated…. It’s clear Secretary Mayorkas has committed high crimes and misdemeanors. His conduct is willful and intentional. He is not enforcing the law and is violating his oath of office.
In filing his resolution, Rep. Higgins (R-LA) asserted that: “Secretary Mayorkas’ deliberate actions to transition DHS away from actual enforcement of law, disintegrate the operational control of our southern border and cede U.S. sovereignty to criminal cartels.”
The Heritage Foundation recently released a lengthy report detailing Mayorkas’ misdeeds and urging his impeachment, explaining that: “Against the warnings of career border security experts, he has orchestrated policies for the mass release of huge numbers of illegal aliens into the U.S. in violation of law.”
He has also ignored and failed to uphold the mandatory detention and deportation provisions of the immigration laws. These acts have resulted in the entry of inadmissible aliens and the continued presence of deportable aliens, such as criminals, drug traffickers, human traffickers, and suspected terrorists.
A month before his election as Speaker, Rep. Mike Johnson (R-LA) asserted that Mayorkas “has very obviously failed in his core mission of securing our border and our homeland, and he well deserves to lose his job.” Hard to disagree with that statement.
U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Matthew Graves
On May 16, 2023, Rep. Greene filed H.Res. 405, who is not to be outdone on the matter of impeachment resolutions, filed an impeachment resolution against U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia Matthew Graves. Some of the charges were based on his refusal to prosecute 67 percent of the persons arrested by police in 2022, blaming him for increases in the crime rate in D.C. Other charges surround his diversion of resources to prosecute January 6 protestors, many of whom were nonviolent, to criminalize political dissent.
All of these four Biden appointees are deserving of impeachment and removal. These and other Biden subordinates have worked mightily to destroy the rule of law and weaponize the federal government against his political enemies.
Last week, Speaker Johnson said a decision will be made “very soon” on whether to push forward with the effort to impeach Joe Biden. No mention was made about his subordinates, but if Biden is impeached, that likely will take all of the energy House Republicans can muster, and these efforts to remove his underlings will go by the board. That is not to say that filing impeachment resolutions against these appointees is a wasted effort. It is important to make a record in the hope that someday we may see that those who abuse their authority will be held accountable.
Editor’s Note: To read the articles in this series, please click here.
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