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COVID STATEMENT


This is a challenge for ALL that consider themselves AMERICAN PATRIOTS. It is RALLY towards a BATTLE waged in every state and community. It is a CALL TO ARMS against the enemy infiltrating our nation.

You will not need a firearm or blade. You do not have to be in shape or athletic. You simply have to wear a mask or else get vaccinated.

Still reading? Of course you are. You're a PATRIOT, not some pussy socialist!

A TRUE AND TRULY PREPARED PATRIOT knows that wearing a mask does not take away your inalienable rights. It is not an attempt to silence you. Wearing it will not make you seem weak, or ugly, or silly.

WEARING A MASK IS NOT A POLITICAL STATEMENT
NOR SHOULD IT EVER BE CONSIDERED SO.

Wearing a mask PROTECTS you and your FELLOW AMERICANS from HARM. If you won't do it for yourself, do it for those back home.

Getting vaccinated PROTECTS you and your FELLOW AMERICANS. These are the vaccines developed during Trump's term.

VACCINES ARE NOT A MEANS TO CONTROL YOU
NOR SHOULD THEY EVER BE CONSIDERED SO. 

PREPARED TRUE PATRIOTS, let's tolerate a little discomfort and inconvenience so WE can MAKE OUR NATION THRIVE once more. Now is the time to make a SACRIFICE for others so we can WIN.

A wise Patriot once said,  

We, the People, recognize that we have responsibilities as well as rights; that our destinies are bound together; that a freedom which only asks "what's in it for me", a freedom without a commitment to others, a freedom without love or charity or duty or patriotism, is unworthy of our founding ideals, and those who died in their defense.*

ARM YOURSELF WITH A MASK or else
GET VACCINATED. Do it for America. Do it because YOU hear the call and are a TRUE PATRIOT!

                                  It's all up to you.



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