It Is Time To Reread the Declaration of IndependenceJul 05, 2023
On this Fourth of July, Independence Day, I think we, as citizens, should read the Declaration of Independence word for word, not just the part we quote all the
time, but read it all. Last night I decided to read it in full. I do not do it. I know when was the last
timeI read it in its entirety, but last night I sat in bed before I went to sleep and I said, you know, because you know I'm worried about our country, you know how upset I get about things that happen. "It's happening in our country and I know you are too any patriot, any citizen who truly loves this country will not be happy with what we see happening, but last night I read the Declaration of Independence because I wanted to see where we are." We have fallen, I knew we had fallen far, I knew we had fallen, but when you read that, you see where we are in this country, but you also appreciate those 56 men who signed that Declaration of Independence.
I have a framed copy right here. This is my framed copy of the Declaration of Independence and I have it hanging in my dining room. I'm so proud of this framed print, but last night I sat up in bed and Googled it so I could see it. I could read everything, word for word, and one thing I noticed about those men, okay, because you know, today we talk about, you know, every time they bring up someone, especially Trump, to try to talk, oh, he's flawed, but this, I might have flaws in that, but you know, in reality, there is no human being who is not a fraud, you know that well, but they seem to want to attribute that to Trump all the time, you know, before talking about them or at the end of what they have to say about me talking about how flawed it is. supposedly it is and they are pure, I mean, they have no flaws, obviously, in the same way that they always have to attribute that to Trump, but those men who we call our founding fathers, those men who signed and participated and wrote that Declaration of Independence, they were men with defects. adulterers they were drunks they were this they were that but one thing they had that many people don't have today and that is courage you understand they had courage president Trump talks about courage all the time it takes courage to say you know I'm tired of this, I want something different and I am willing to risk everything I have because those men risked their lives, the Fortunes, everything they had in F, they risked everything to escape and escape.
Independence, they did that, but today it's the other way around, it's the other way around, we have so many cowardly people in Congress that when you listen or I guess you read. Because when you listen to it, when you watch a video, you know uh, the people meeting in Congress, the 13 colonies that had that first meeting and you hear how they spoke, you know, of course, someone else's voice is reading it, but they didn't go up there and uh they said a lot of nonsense. They don't get up like Adam, they move around and tell all kinds of lies and make things up, they didn't use bad words, like some of these people, they get down on the ground and use all kinds of bad words, they lie and degrade people, mainly Democrats, they go up there. and they were saying all kinds of things on the ground but these people got up there and said things that were profound okay because they wanted to break the tyranny of Britain and the things they said were profound so I look at what we all have today and I look at what these men sacrificed and then they were bold enough to sign it, you see, just putting your name on it it took courage to even sign it because you were putting in everything that they said they were willing to put in, they say and for the support of this
declarationwith a firm confidence in the protection of the Divine Providence that is God, we commit to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor because you know that sacred honor is something because today it does not matter how honorable you are if the liberal media and the democrats or whatever hates you will try to destroy your honor, they will destroy your reputation, they would do everything they can, but these men were not even afraid of that, they risked everything and, as you know, I am very glad that we did it because the United States is just what it is, a young country that is 247 years old and look at everything we have achieved in that short time.
This country has become so big over the years that we have people coming here from all over the world wanting to be a part of it. this country right here, the same country that we hear Democrats despise every day, they say it's a racist country, it's this, it's homophobic and all these things they say about this country, the same country where they got their education, ya whether through affirmative action or regardless of the way they were raised, they learned that here in America they have these jobs that they got here in America, but you will still hear them say all kinds of bad things about this country, but one thing that you'll never hear them say is I'm getting up and I'm leaving here I'm leaving this racist country I'm leaving this homophobic country because you know they talk about our founding fathers and they say you know slavery they say all these things yeah those men had defects like all humans walking this Earth right now but they had something that these people didn't have they had courage they had a determination they wanted freedom they knew that freedom was the only way to live and have happiness to pursue happiness they knew it and they were willing to fight , they already fought for the revolutionary reward, it was like you know we are going to part with this British king because you know what they had a list and that's another thing, when you read the whole thing, they list repeated injuries and the use of The patience of this child went and said they wanted the world to read and see why they wanted to break up.
One of the things they said on this list is one of the things about repeated injuries and use of it. of patience they taxed us without our consent that was one thing but he had a list of things he had done they were horrible things and they wanted the world to say hey this is why we want our freedom and we want to be separated from This King, this is what we has done and we want to take away complete sovereignty, we want our own country, we want our
independenceand that was brave because at that time the British army was the strongest, the most powerful in the world. at that time and being able to even fight and win against them that will defeat all the honest ones in themselves so they know this is someone who wanted freedom so here we are today and everything is upside down okay everything is upside down because in the Declaration of Independence they talked about how they wanted to create a government governed by the people.
Well, the people in charge of the government. An elected government, chosen by the people and governed by the people. Now it's the other way around. I hear people say they are afraid. the FBI are afraid of this they said I said why don't we get up? They stood up they stood up back then and anyone who did something they didn't like was kicked out of their house by the person who did it. It wasn't necessarily to see when people talk about a civil war, they can't think about citizen industry, so That's why people are so afraid now, don't say Civil War, we don't want war because they think we're going to go to war. being in the street fighting among ourselves is not the problem back then they were not only fighting among themselves but they were kicking people who did these things out of their homes and they were tired of feathering them, that's what they were doing, but they said that It is violence.
That's right, fighters don't talk like that. I understand that YouTube will delete a channel if you talk like that. I think they will delete the channel. My channel. But the government fears that the people back then were in charge, but now we are. People are so afraid if I say something, if I speak out, the FBI will put me on the list, the school system, the parents go to the school board and what do they do, they put the parents on a terrorist list. We are doing all this because they don't fear us but it won't take much to take back power if we rise up if we have the courage that these men had if our men today had that kind of courage we wouldn't have fallen as far as we have, but I just wanted to take this moment to, first of all, say, you know, happy 4th of July, happy Independence Day, but I wanted us all to reflect, let's just go and read the whole thing, the full Declaration of everything independent. that's involved in the whole Preamble and saying hey it makes you feel good but it makes you feel sad at the same time because you see well, we've fallen so far and then character, honor and courage, all of that just seems like I've gone the way, but it lets you know what kind of country these people fought for and what they wanted and they put in a constitution, they have a Declaration of Independence, they put all that in there and that's why I'm so grateful for our Supreme Court because their job is to look at the bills. and the laws that our Congress put on paper, you know, put into effect and act, I guess I'm trying to say and then they look at it and uh let's interpret it against the Constitution and they'll say this is not constitutional, no matter how good it is.
It feels like doing these things, we may have good intentions or whatever reason we're doing this, but this is unconstitutional and we have to tear it down. so that we can go back and thank our founding fathers for giving us a constitution, giving us a
independence, for putting everything on the line to fight for this country and maybe if we read this Constitution and this declaration of independence. Maybe instead of reading nonsense and playing games and all those other things we do on the Internet, why don't we Google some of these important documents and read them?
Maybe that will light some fire in America and we will rise up and take our country back just as they took it completely and fought for our freedom in 1776. Those were serious men, no matter how flawed they were, no matter if they were whites, it didn't matter, none of that mattered because they had a mission, they had a burning desire for freedom for freedom and they put it all on the line Fortune reputation Honor on the line to found this country we live in today, the greatest country in the world as far as I'm concerned and I'm very grateful for them.
Guys, I hope you have a wonderful 4th of July and have a blessed day.
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