EPISODE 6: Not On My Watch – The show revealing the facts and truth to end the war on children, produced by America’s Future Project Defend & Protect Our Children (PDPC).
In the sixth episode of Not On My Watch, viewers have a chance to learn about the essence of family love and how the tragic death of a young man became a fight for justice in a corrupt system for his aunt, Geri Perna. Geri is the loving aunt of Matthew Perna, a natural-born teacher who loved his students as much as the children loved him. He was also an advocate for children who were exploited, unafraid to speak up on their behalf so others would understand the reality of the existence of child trafficking.
In the episode, hosted by investigative journalist Liz Crokin, Geri recounts the tragedy of losing Matthew to suicide as a result of the political persecution he endured from DOJ prosecutors following his arrest for exercising his constitutional rights on January 6, 2021, in Washington, D.C. He never hurt anyone, never raised his hand in anger that day, nor did he steal or break anything. Yet after agreeing to a plea deal on phony charges to put the ordeal behind him, the DOJ threatened him with a terrorism enhancement that would have kept him behind bars for years.
Watch Not On My Watch, and learn about Matt’s love of country, especially the American flag, and his genuine warmth and generosity towards others. And how Geri has turned her nephew’s tragic death into a rallying cry to end DOJ corruption, and how she has become a lifeline for other Jan. 6ers victimized by a corrupt DOJ, and who are battling thoughts of suicide. She has also presented legislation called the Matthew Lawrence Perna Act of 2022 to provide protections for nonviolent political protesters, and started the Matthew Perna Foundation to celebrate the spirit of her nephew’s life and the passions he cared so deeply about.
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