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1601, 2021

Late Night Fire Displaces Six on Valley Bend Road

Rutherford County, TN—Rutherford County Fire Rescue (RCFR) officials say a total of six people were displaced from their Valley Bend Road home after a fire occurred shortly after 10:30 Friday night.

“Only four of the six were home at the time the fire broke out,” explained RCFR Lieutenant/Assistant Fire Marshal Joshua Sanders.

Crews from RCFR, Almaville Volunteer Fire Department, Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office and Rutherford County Emergency Medical Services responded.

Fire crews made a defensive attack on the home and extinguished the blaze.

Fortunately, the four residents received very minor injuries to include hair-singeing and a minimal amount of smoke inhalation.

The American Red Cross was called to assist the family.

According to Sanders, the fire is still under investigation at this time, but appears to be accidental.

More information will be released as it becomes available.

1601, 2021

Deputy Earns State Award

Deputy Carol Stafford received the Tennessee Highway Safety Office Beyond the Traffic Stop award. Flanking her at left are Sgt. Nick Coble and Sgt. Michael Rodgers, who serves as THSO network coordinator, and at right is Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh.

Recovering about $17,000 worth of illegal drugs during a traffic stop for speeding earned a Rutherford County Sheriff’s deputy a state award.

Deputy Carol Stafford earned the Beyond the Traffic Stop Award this week from the Tennessee Highway Safety Office.

Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh presented the award to Stafford Thursday.

Sgt. Nick Coble, who nominated Stafford, said she helped recovered Ecstasy tablets and pills believed to be Fentanyl after stopping the driver July 28 on Interstate 24 near the Buchanan Road exit.

Stafford approached the driver and noticed several air fresheners in the vehicle and carpet displaced under the legs of the back seat passenger pretending to be asleep.

Indications of illegal drugs being in the vehicle prompted Stafford to request a Sheriff’s K9 and handler to check the car, the sergeant said. The K9 indicated the presence of drugs in the vehicle.

“Deputy Stafford’s attention to detail and quick actions of getting a K-9 unit on scene led to the seizure 563.9 grams of ecstasy pills, estimated street value of $10,000 and 51.4 grams of an unknown green pills suspected to be Fentanyl, estimated street value of $7,000,” Coble said.

1201, 2021

Fire Crews Battle House Fire

RCFR and Almaville Fire Crews Battle House Fire Late Monday Night

Rutherford County, TN—Rutherford County Fire Rescue and Almaville Fire Department battled a house fire on Franklin Road around 10:00 Monday night.

Captain Matthew Lupo said crews arrived to a discover a kitchen fire that had spread to the ceiling. “All of the residents were out of the home,” said Lupo. “Fire was rising out of the roof when we arrived.”

Both departments made entry and were able to quickly extinguish the blaze, while other crew members attacked the fire from outside the structure.

Once the fire was under control, a team was able to remove some of the residents’ belongings and secure other items, but some possessions were lost in the fire. Fortunately, no injuries were reported, and residents had another house on the property where they were able to stay.

RCFR’s Fire Investigation Unit is conducting a routine investigation into the cause of the fire.

1101, 2021

Drone Rescue


Drones located a distraught woman who ran into a wooded area in 32-degree weather Saturday near Hoovers Gap Frontage Road, a sheriff’s supervisor reported.

Sheriff’s deputies were called about 1:30 pm. to a home off U.S. Highway 41 (Manchester Highway) for the woman lost in the woods, Sgt. Tyler Morten reported.

Due to the freezing weather, Detectives Ty Downing and Detective Jason Dowdle launched two drones to search for the woman.

“After a short search, he (Downing) was able to locate the female approximately 1,900 feet from the launch location,” Morten reported.

Assistant Director Tim Hooker of the Rutherford County Emergency Management Agency said Rutherford County Fire Rescue also launched a drone to search.

The woman was located in a heavily wooded area. The drone pilots guided deputies and the Special Operations Response Team to quickly rescue the woman.

She was transported to StoneCrest Medical Center’s emergency room for an evaluation.

Hooker said the emergency teams worked quickly to rescue the cold woman.

“This shows how well all agencies worked together to bring this incident to a successful conclusion,” Hooker said.

401, 2021

Asbury Lane House Fire Sends Three to Hospital, Claims Life

Rutherford County, TN—Rutherford County Fire Rescue, Almaville Fire Department, and Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department responded to a house fire on Asbury Lane just after 12:30 Saturday afternoon.

Crews arrived on scene to heavy smoke showing and according to RCFR Captain Matthew Lupo flames were already coming through the front door. “It was anywhere from a quarter to 50 percent involved when we arrived,” said Lupo. “Most of the fire seemed to be on the back side of the structure.” Lupo, who says he was told there was a man still inside the home, possibly in a front bedroom, made entry to complete a search but could not locate the man. Another firefighter attempted and was also unable to locate the man.

Firefighters pulled hose lines and began to extinguish the blaze. Despite their best efforts, the 54-year-old male was discovered near the back side of the home. His wife, who was able to escape the blaze, was transported for burns and smoke inhalation and is expected to recover.

Lupo and an Almaville firefighter received minor burns during the search efforts and were also treated and released.

According to Lt./Asst. Fire Marshal Joshua Sanders, the cause remains under investigation. “Our Fire/Arson Investigation Unit, Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office, La Vergne Fire Marshal’s Office, and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation are conducting a joint investigation at this time,” said Sanders.

More information will be released as it becomes available.

3012, 2020

STOP Program Helps Drug Dependent People Recover

When Chris Hale’s best friend died of an overdose, the shock brought new life to Hale.

Hale, 26, of Rockvale found his friend deceased Oct. 11 and called the Sheriff’s Office. Patrol Lt. Will Holton, who coordinated Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh’s new Sheriff’s new Strategies and Tactics for Opioid Prevention Unit, talked with Hale, who had used drugs for eight years. Hale agreed to try rehabilitation.

Care coordinator Erica Phemister of the Tennessee Save of Life First Responders’ grant arranged for Hale to enter Mirror Lake Recovery Center. He had previously stopped using drugs but started again when his stepfather died. He spent 36 days in rehabilitation for drug use.

“Once I got clean this time, all emotions I kept away and feelings showed back up,” Hale said. “Thank God I was in rehab at the time because there’s no telling what I would have done.”

Hale’s friend was one of 26 people who died from drug overdoses and 113 people who overdosed but survived in Rutherford County outside the four cities this year.

The growing number of needless overdose deaths this year alarmed Sheriff’s Lt. Holton, who has investigated drug cases for most of his 20-year career.

“Like every deputy, I am tired of seeing our citizens die from overdoses,” Holton said. “We can’t arrest our way out of the opioid epidemic. It is our goal to transform our opioid-dependent citizens back into healthy members of the community.”

Holton wrote a proposal resulting in a U.S. Department of Justice grant funding deputies on the Strategies and Tactics for Opioid Prevention (STOP) Unit to reduce opioid dependency through education, intervention, prevention and treatment. They started in October.

STOP deputies include Cpl. Jim Throneberry and Deputies Evan Sharp, Carol Stafford, Nick Madore and Gary Herron. They partner with Phemister, whose grant is managed through the Prevention Coalition for Success in Rutherford County.

The responsibilities of the STOP deputies include:

  • Educating people about the dangers of opioid drugs including heroin, fentanyl, Oxycodone, Oxymorphone and Hydrocodone.
  • Assisting opioid-dependent citizens and their families by connecting them with resources to become opioid-free.
  • Responding to overdoes by administering emergency treatment, educating the patient and offering treatment options and providing Narcan, a medical spray that can prevent overdoses.
  • Assisting the narcotics detectives in arresting opioid dealers who supply the drugs.

For more information, people may call dispatch at 615-898-7770 and ask for the STOP Unit or email stop@rcsotn.org.

The STOP deputies trained with Outreach Coordinator Joshua Crews of the Tennessee Save a Life First Responder program.

“More people die from opioid overdoses than crashes in Tennessee,” Crews said. “There is an addiction problem.”

Crews instructed deputies on how childhood experiences of trauma increase the chances of substance abuse, how to respond to an opioid overdose and how to prevent death by administering Narcan.

When deputies encounter someone who might need treatment, Phemister finds facilities for drug-dependent people.

“Six individuals from Rutherford County referred by the Sheriff’s Office have graduated from treatment,” Phemister said. “I am able to follow up and get back with the Sheriff’s Office. That is a unique piece that no one else does.”

Holton said the Phemister follows up with the graduates to keep them drug-free.

Before treatment, some people who are drug-dependent will be arrested for possession of illegal drugs or commit property crimes to pay for the drug use, the lieutenant said.

“If you can get them off the substance, you fix two issues: they are no longer dependent on the drug, therefore they don’t have to steal to pay for it,” Holton said.

Hale credited Holton for talking with him about rehabilitation.

“If it wasn’t for him, I never would have thought about treatment,” Hale said.

Hale said Phemister keeps him accountable by making sure he attends meetings.

“She is someone I can call about any problems,” Hale said. “She gets it. I feel like I have a good support system. My goal now is to continue to stay sober and be happy and not depend on substances to keep me sane.”

2912, 2020

Estranged Husband Charged In Wife’s Murder

An estranged husband was charged with murdering his wife after her body was found in a ditch Monday morning near her Midland community home, a Rutherford County Sheriff’s lieutenant said.

Detective Joseph Duncan charged husband Juan Francisco Lugo, 41, of Floyd Avenue in Murfreesboro with killing his wife, Brecka Nicole Lugo, 29, of New Zion Road, said Lt. Todd Sparks of the Criminal Investigations Division.

Brecka Lugo’s parents found her missing and her two small children alone at their home Monday morning, Sparks said.

While patrol deputies gathered information for the missing person report, sheriff’s dispatchers received a call about a woman’s body discovered a few miles away on Oak Grove Road. Detectives identified Lugo as the victim.

“Evidence on the scene indicated that she was a victim of homicide,” Sparks said.

Detectives followed leads developing Juan Lugo as the suspect. Patrol deputies coordinating with detectives located and stopped him on Interstate 24.

“After speaking with Lugo, Detective Duncan charged him with first-degree murder, abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence,” Sparks said.

Lugo was booked into Rutherford County Adult Detention Center where he is being held on $500,000 bond. A hearing is set June 6 in General Sessions Court.

CID Capt. Britt Reed said her body was taken to the medical examiner’s office for an autopsy.

“I’m grateful for the diligence of all law enforcement officers involved with this investigation,” Reed said.  “The quick arrest of Juan Lugo is the result of their work.”

Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh thanked Murfreesboro Police who assisted in the investigation.

2712, 2020

Box Truck Stopped by Rutherford County Deputies playing audio at convenience store

Sheriff’s deputies in Rutherford and Wilson Counties are investigating a box truck parked at a convenience store playing audio similar to what was heard before the Christmas Day explosion in Nashville.

The driver traveled from Rutherford County into Wilson County where he was stopped by deputies and detained.

As a precaution, nearby residents were evacuated during the active investigation.

Rutherford County dispatchers received a call about 10:30 a.m. about the white box truck parked at Crossroads Market in Walter Hill. Deputies located the truck and made the traffic stop.

Rutherford and Wilson County Sheriff’s Office and the Tennessee Highway Patrol are working together in the ongoing investigation.

2212, 2020

Secret Santa gives $7,200 for Rutherford County deputies to give away

A delighted Crystal Goins-North takes a selfie with Rutherford County Sheriff’s Deputy Grant Quintal after he gives her $100 from Secret Santa.

Mrs. Santa wiped tears away when she learned the impact of $7,200 she and her Secret Santa husband donated to Rutherford County Sheriff’s patrol deputies to give away last week.

Secret Santa and Mrs. Santa gave 72 deputies $100 bills to distribute to people they encountered for Christmas. This is the fourth year they sponsored the event.

Deputy Grant Quintal drove around Walmart until he located Crystal Goins-North and surprised her with the $100 bill. She had spent the past few weeks collecting Christmas presents for a mother who needed help supplying Christmas for her three young sons.

In her Facebook video, Goins-North described the $100 gift as incredible.

“I was so emotional about us being able to get that mama Christmas,” Goins-North said as she began crying. “Everybody pitched in. I want to encourage you. Our God is faithful and He is going to return it. It’s so wonderful that we never go without.”

Mrs. Santa said she was overwhelmed when she listened to the woman’s story.

“As soon as she started talking about it, I felt this warm feeling in my heart,” Mrs. Santa said. “I felt so happy God blessed us so we could do this. We do it because we felt God wanted us to bless someone’s heart.”

Here are some of the stories about how deputies gave away the $100 bills.

Sgt. Bryant Gregory gave $100 to the man who called 911 last week to report a young father allegedly was choking his 2-month-old baby.

“I couldn’t thank him enough for calling 911 and being a part of saving that baby’s life,” Gregory said. “He told me he has two children himself and hopefully it can go to giving them a good Christmas.”

Cpl. Scott Martin gave $100 to a fairly new emergency room nurse.

“Front-line workers in the hospital deserve so much more than that these days,” Martin said.  “Plus she is expecting a new baby. I wish we could give them all extra cash.”

Deputy Jason Leathers presented the $100 to a caregiver who takes care of COVID-19 patients at a senior citizens center.

Deputy Chris Beach and Deputy Michael Parsons gave $100 to a single mother of a special needs child and her parents they met during a call a few months ago.

“She was very happy to receive the money,” Beach said. “She lives in a trailer with her parents who try to support her but her mother had recently lost her job and things are tough right now. She and her mother cried.”

Parsons said the mother and her parents were very grateful and emotional.

“From what I understood, the money was going to allow them to provide a decent Christmas for the 9-year-old,” Parsons said.

K9 Deputy Richard Tidwell surprised a single mother who works at a convenience store where he stops for coffee. She always asks about bloodhound, Fred.

She works three jobs to support her child who is cared for by her mother.

“Don’t spend this on a bill,” Tidwell told her. “’Spend it for something for you and your kid. This is a gift for you.’ She was very appreciative.”

Deputy Sean White donated the money to a Waffle House server who had recently bought a used car and it had some unexpected mechanical trouble.

Sgt. Richard Pedigo gifted a woman who works at Lascassas store.

“She has no money and tries to work all the time and has trouble getting by,” Pedigo said. “I just wanted to make sure the money went to the right person in need.”

Deputy Jimmy Tedder donated to a single mother of four children who works at a convenience store.

“I thought she could use the money to make Christmas brighter for her children in the middle of a rough time,” Tedder said.

Deputy Caleb Reynolds save the money to the father of a 20-month-old son who said it was going to be a better Christmas.

Deputy Aaron Price stopped to help a veteran who ran out of gas. The veteran served in the U.S. Army and the Marine Corps.

Price asked the veteran if he was ready for Christmas. The veteran replied he cares for his 90-year-old mother and money is tight. Price gave him the $100 bill and said he hoped it helped.

“He was very grateful,” Price said. “He shook my hand and said he would hug me. I smiled and said, ‘It’s all good’ and we shook hands again.”

Secret Santa said he was inspired by the passage of Leviticus 23: 22: ‘When you reap the harvest of your land, you shall not wholly reap the corners of your field when you reap, nor shall you gather any gleaning from your harvest. You shall leave them for the poor and for the stranger: I am the LORD your God.’”

812, 2020

The Day the Laughter Died

by Justin O Smith 
There comes a day where one stops laughing to keep from crying, long after one has exhausted all peaceful means to rectify a severe and egregious wrong committed against all Americans. A day arrives that bears witness to the bulk of the American population rising to say it will not tolerate the growing and ever emerging and advancing tyranny from the respective states involved, the majority of U.S. States, or the federal government; but, that day is not today, unfortunately, because only a few hundreds and sometimes thousands have gathered in any real protest against the mask mandates and the lockdowns that are once more being implemented nationwide, on the advice of unelected technocrats, such as Dr Anthony Fauci, as a weakness runs through the nation that, by and large, is crying through masked and muffled mewings “give us lockdowns and keep us safe” rather than demanding after the fashion of Patrick Henry, “give me liberty or give me death”.
For at least nine months now, America has witnessed governors and mayors across the nation shut down virtually all small businesses, especially those deemed “nonessential”, forcing them to their demise, while the big corporate businesses are deemed “essential” and raking in billions of dollars, from customers and the federal government “stimulus” Bail Outs for Everybody. And at the same time, these smug elitists issue stay at home orders, we see them in public too often at their own favorite eatery, maskless and thoroughly enjoying the company of many at a single table. And yet, these governors appear on newscasts speaking only of supposed Covid cases, hospitalizations and deaths, while never once making mention of all the businesses forced into extinction and the newly unemployed as a result of their policies, as if such results are inconsequential and do not matter at all.
Incredibly, we see pockets of radicalism rear their heads in even my home state of Tennessee, typically considered a fairly conservative state. Several of our larger cities have decided to impose the same tyrannical measures one might expect to see in California, where Southern California has just been locked down. Nashville Mayor John Cooper arbitrarily ordered that no more than eight people could gather together in the city, even their home, as Thanksgiving Day approached, and in Shelby County [Memphis], health department “officials” declared that masks shall be worn at all times while eating, except between bites.
And now, we have to listen to the dancing clown, Dr Anthony Fauci tell various newscasters, as recently as December 1st, that the country should be kept locked down until the fall or such time as 75 to 85 percent of the U.S. population has received the “new vaccine” rushed through to completion, to be held suspect at best, for many reasons I’ve previously noted in past articles.
Dr Ramin Oskoui told Laura Ingraham, Fox News host, on December 4th, that it doesn’t make sense to require children to be vaccinated, when the CDC’s own research and statistics prove that 99.64 percent of all children under the age of 18, who become infected by “the Virus” survive it without any ill effects. Dr Oskoui further explained that the same phenomena that occurred with the Dengue Virus Vaccine, which actually worsened the virus in children rather than saving them, could quite conceivably occur with the Covid 19 virus vaccine, since it was produced on such an accelerated timeline, and it has yet to meet the real test through this proposed mass inoculation.
The more one researches what has transpired, since September 2019 the more it becomes apparent America, and the rest of the world too, is not dealing with a first-class medical emergency, but rather a sinister plan to roll out a vaccine that carries a microchip implant for the purpose of tracking anybody who receives it. This is not so fantastic a claim, since it’s already been developed, by MIT, through massive donations by Bill and Melinda Gates, one month before the announcement of the Covid-19 outbreak.
In a sick, twisted, delusional, despicable tyrannical statement earlier this week, Eric Garcetti, LA’s despotic mayor, prohibited “all travel, including, without limitation, travel on foot, bicycle, scooter, motorcycle, automobile, or public transit” with very few exceptions made, in Paragraph V. Some exceptions include people working in the healthcare and news industry, while residents of LA have been ordered “to remain in their homes”, as the order even attempts to bar household gatherings and require non-essential businesses to either close or conduct business from home, if applicable.
It’s past time for all American patriots to reclaim our Constitutional rights.
Periodically, we see the lone bar or restaurant pushing back against some illegitimate and illegal executive order, as local supporters stand nearby with television cameras running. We’ve seen it in New Jersey where a gym owner stood up to the Governor and state and local police, and most recently we have seen pockets of resistance pop up again on Staten Island, New York and in Los Angeles, California. These should be taken as symbols for freedom and become the rule of the day rather than the exception.
The owner of the Pineapple Bar and Grill on Van Nuys Boulevard took to social media to plead https://www.foxla.com/news/sherman-oaks-restaurant-owner-shares-video-of-outdoor-dining-setup-as-her-business-faces-shutdown?fbclid=IwAR0i0kYmYSX6IxxWRWUGRyzmo4HJlvc9gqMrbf6Jtg7aK9yWTuLa-uDrJOA her case, as her restaurant’s outdoor dining area was closed down by LA’s powers-that-be at the same time a movie production company was setting up an out doors dining area for employees, just feet across the way from her business. The movie people have since removed their tented site, and although the owner of PB & G has taken her fight to social media, she should have filed an injunction against the county and city to halt their actions, and she should have remained open in defiance of these illegal, unconstitutional executive orders.
The owner of Mac’s Public House, Keith McAlarney, did everything he could to comply with Governor Coumo’s and Mayor DeBlasio’s far-reaching and extremely tyrannical diktats and executive orders, until it became a matter of survival and his business staying open or closing its doors forever. McAlarney made the only choice he could possibly have made. He chose freedom and business as usual, in order to be able to feed his family and keep a roof over their head, and as a result, he was threatened with many thousands of dollars in fines and even jail time.
It’s impossible to cogently and logically argue with McAlarney’s objections, as he asked: “Why is everybody allowed to cram themselves into a Target or a Best Buy or into the mall or any other large company, big corporation companies, and they’re running shoulder to shoulder with each other … but my establishment all of a sudden somehow seems to be the only place that somebody is able to contract corona?”
His lawyer has advised him that his choice to remain open and conduct regular business was in line with the law and that he would be standing with his client until the end, come what may.
As hundreds of protesters rallied around him and his business as he defied the illegal Covid orders, they chanted “Open Up”, even as Danny Presti, co-owner, was led away in handcuffs https://www.instagram.com/tv/CIRluKwg7WN/?utm_source=ig_embed&utm_campaign=loading like some sort of hardened criminal. Presti stated: “I have nothing to lose.” And later, both owners made note that only a block away, other businesses were being allowed to function without any restrictions, which was one of the main reasons they decided to take the path they chose, rather than watch everything they had worked so hard to build destroyed in a matter of weeks.
Mike Coughlin, owner of the Village Tavern and Grill in Carol Stream, Illinois, has found himself placed in the same predicament, after he followed every new arbitrary “rule” for new limited capacity seating by Governor J.B. Pritzker and staff. However, in early November, Pritzker once again arbitrarily and illegally changed the rules and moved the goal posts, demolished them really, by suspending indoor dining. Seeing no other recourse, Coughlin chose to defy the Governor and the State of Illinois, as he decared: “I’m not going to be the guy with the boarded-up building because I follow somebody else’s science.”
It’s a flawed science at best.
Well before the end of August 2020, the facts made it clear. Covid is dangerous for select segments of any population center, but it has an infinitesimal and low death rate among the young and healthy.
Arlene’s Grocery, an iconic spot on the Lower East Side of New York City that helped budding young artists and musicians get their start, is now in danger of closing its doors, and it made the following appeal over the Thanksgiving Day holiday:
“Hit hard like many, the Covid pandemic has devastated our industry. After 25 years of serving the Lower East Side and giving a platform for musicians and artists alike, Arlene’s Grocery is on life support. Without any aid, we will not be able to continue to serve our community and will be closing our doors on february 1st [2021]. The owners and staff members are absolutely heartbroken. Arlene’s has become home to so many over the years and we are in desperate need of your help.”
YES. Arlene’s needs YOUR help, the help of everyday Americans, not “stimulus” after “stimulus” that creates more troubles for the nation on down the road. if all businesses had taken this same action sooner and prodded our people from their homes, the situation would not be so dire at the moment. Blind obedience to a faulty, misleading and deceptive presentation of “the science” has driven us to this appointment with destiny, but it’s not too late to make a course correction.
How can we even still be at this point given all we now know, regarding Covid’s relative non-lethal results for the biggest portion of the population? We know for certain that 99.64 percent of everybody under the age of 18 survives Covid without any ill effects, and yet, we still have many asinine ongoing measures keeping schools closed in most states.
According to the Associated Press in November, five of the six U.S. states with the lowest unemployment rates have the fewest Covid-19 restrictions.
The Covid 19 measures are nothing less than a massive, corrupt, criminal overreach of power. They have no real basis in “the science” that is so often breathlessly touted by the petty tyrants, elected and unelected, who would be king and care not one wit for the Bill of Rights.
And while Governors, such as Andrew Cuomo of New York, ignore Supreme Court rulings calling their actions “UNCONSTITUTIONAL”, the upper-crust of society, those “elites” who cannot be trouble by the “Great Unwashed” of the madding masses, go about unaffected by any lockdowns, since they can comfortably work from home, most of the working and middle class Americans must actually show up to work, or they don’t receive a dime, and they certainly cannot work and care for their families under such restrictive and arbitrary rules and insane, suicidal lockdowns.
The solution for all of this is really pretty simple, but it requires all Americans to exhibit some backbone and a strong heart and will to to do more than simply survive, by holding one’s hands out to the government, in pitiful hopes of receiving some small stimulus check that is a temporary and poor fix considering all that is at stake and the consequences if we stay the current course, without pushing back on these illegitimate, illegal executive orders, in the name of taking back our liberty, freedom and our lives.
The petty despots and tyrants of America have brought us a new virus, as they pretend to battle Covid-19. They’ve infected the nation with the virus of tyranny for which there isn’t any cure other than a righteous stand for freedom and liberty by America’s fine, good and decent patriots, moving in unison along any path necessary to prevent a communist takeover of America and the destruction of our Republic. This tyranny virus cannot be defeated through moderation or denying its existence. Extreme measures are friends of all who love America and liberty, in this war to remain free.
Americans must not be overwhelmed by their sadness over the situation, and they must not allow the Marxists, globalists and statists of both parties across the nation enforce a “new normal” that is anything but normal. This is a time to shake one’s self hard, slap one’s face in the mirror, and get damned good and angry over the dead and dying businesses in our communities. This is the time to open everything up and make the authorities move to arrest us, if they really see that as their “Constitutional duty”, in spite of the fact there is nothing Constitutional in such actions. It’s time to return to a true normal by getting angry as all hell and engaging in civil disobedience, in order to make a righteous stand against a dark and growing tyranny in the halls of our governments and in our lands.

The United States Constitution guarantees that all Americans in all fifty states will live under representative self-government in a republic and not under a fascistic despots, wearing Nikes and shirts with Antifa, BLM and Che Guevera logos and carrying syringes in their neo-fascist toolkits. It’s time for any and all resistance against any government entity and any government agent, elected and unelected, that have shown so little regard for the lives of all Americans, so negatively impacted by their unscientific demands over the course of this so-called “pandemic”, even up to and including picking up one’s rifle and placing the fear of God in them, sending a few home to their maker, if they insist on suppressing our Inalienable God-Given Rights.