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Fearless Patriots Demand Accountability

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Accountability is the catchword for 2024. It’s long been one of our mottos at America’s Future as we underscore the corruption of America’s destructive and deranged ruling class to hold them accountable for the miseries they’ve brought to our great nation, from open borders to the weaponization of the federal government. The ultimate instrument we Americans have to hold them accountable for their crimes is the vote, and by the time we choose a new President ten months from now, accountability will be the word ringing throughout the land.

And the new year is off to a strong start with Team America reeling off several victories.

First, the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion regime has lost one of its pillars. With Harvard University President Claudine Gay exposed as an intellectual fraud, she resigned from the prestigious academic post. She came under scrutiny when Congress called her to testify after massive pro-Hamas demonstrations erupted at Harvard and other college campuses in the wake of the Palestinian terror group’s October 7 massacre killing 1200 people, including 30 Americans. Gay refused to condemn the students, professors, and administrators’ call to murder Jews, and instead sought to “contextualize” their evil rallying cries.

Jewish and non-Jewish Harvard alumni withdrew their financial support from America’s oldest institution of higher learning, but Barack Obama stepped up to lobby on Gay’s behalf. His fear of course was that losing a highly placed ally might lead to further losses and eventually the unraveling of the DEI regime as a whole. And indeed, when independent journalists Christopher Rufo and Chris Brunet reported that her academic work gave evidence of plagiarism, she stepped down from the post. Remarkably, Harvard is keeping her on as a professor and will continue to pay her extravagant $900,000 salary but knocking her out of the top spot at the school is an important win.

So is a recent letter signed by 231 active U.S. servicemen and veterans demanding accountability from senior military officials responsible for pushing Covid vaccines on the military.

“While implementing the COVID-19 vaccine mandate,” the letter’s authors write, “military leaders broke the law, trampled constitutional rights, denied informed consent, permitted unwilling medical experimentation, and suppressed the free exercise of religion.”

Remember, this letter is signed by hundreds of men and women who are wearing or who have worn our country’s uniform. This is the rank and file that sweats and bleeds to keep us safe, not the 51 sleek and pampered former bureaucrats who cleared Hunter Biden with a letter claiming the laptop giving evidence of his alleged crimes was “Russian disinformation.” The 231 are protecting not political elites but fellow warriors and the Americans they defend.

“Service members and families were significantly harmed by these actions,” the letter continues. “Their suffering continues to be felt financially, emotionally, and physically. Some service members became part of our ever-growing veteran homeless population, some developed debilitating vaccine injuries, and some even lost their lives. In an apparent attempt to avoid accountability, military leaders are continuing to ignore our communications regarding these injuries and the laws that were broken.”

Among those responsible is the outgoing Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley. He and other leaders, according to the letter, failed to “take any other action to hold themselves accountable, nor have they attempted to repair the harm their policies and actions have caused. Since there has yet to be any accountability, the undersigned give our word to do everything morally permissible and legally possible to hold our own leadership accountable.”

There it is, the promise we live by this new year — accountability. We’ll start by holding ourselves accountable: Are we doing enough to make sure our families and communities have what they need to thrive? What more can we bring to the table? Who needs our help, a hand, a phone call? What can we do to make sure family members shine brilliantly at school or at work? What needs to be done to make sure our neighbors are safe, our places of worship echo with thanks and joy, and that our local businesses flourish?

What starts at the local level impacts our country as a whole. We’re gathering momentum because this year, we’re building toward something great. Don’t be afraid of the trials ahead, for we know that our corrupt elites will do anything to avoid being held accountable, as they will be come November. It’s the year of accountability.

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