Published Jan. 17, 2024, 9:01 a.m.
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Good morning. Welcome to Brandenburg News Network. I am Donna Brandenburg. And it's the 17th day of January 2024. And I want to welcome you to Liberty Essentials with my guest and my buddy, Bill Moore. How are you doing, Bill? Good morning, Donna. I'm doing all right. Enjoying the cold up here in our 16 inches of snow we got in Northern Kent County. That's amazing, isn't it? You know, I'm going to bring on Ralph, the IT guy, and Karen for just a minute, then we'll go back to talking about Liberty Essentials. Hey, guys, how you doing? Good morning. Good morning. I hear that where you're at, Karen, it's a little rough up there. Oh, just for a little, just for a few. Yeah, so you got some people out of power up there. It's temporary. Well, I had a broken pipe in one of my buildings this morning. So it started out with a bang this morning with water everywhere. And so this is what life is like in Michigan when it gets to be about zero and below. We're supposed to have, I think, an 11 below day coming up here. I don't remember which day it is. And so everybody out there, stay warm. Please slow down on the roads. I've got a story to tell everybody that's a motivational moment for the state of Michigan. So yesterday I was headed for home and there's a gas station on the corner up the roadways. And I see this woman and she had a little tiny car, you know, please everyone buy diesel trucks or large vehicles on the road because Michigan is in the wintertime. You're not going to get around if you've got a small vehicle. So anyhow. She had a Prius or something and dove into a snow, into like heavy snow going into the driveway. And so I went around the corner and I'm watching all these cars pass her going into the gas station. And I'm like, yep, we can't do it. So I went around the corner, pulled back into the gas station, got out and decided, okay, I'm going to, I'll try to help push out. So I start pushing. She clearly did not know how to rock a car driving winter, which was really kind of sad. And I tried to tell her, you know, push on and let off so that we get some momentum with a car. And it was sort of working. I got her to move about 10 feet, but it wasn't far enough to get her out of the snow. Finally, I turn around like a lunatic and I start yelling, hey, I need a guy, a big guy. At the entire gas station, nobody came. But all of a sudden, this guy pulls in behind my car out of nowhere. He must have been an angel or something. Gets out and comes over to push the car out. Another guy pulls in the gas station, gets out of his car. The three of us push her car out of the snow. She has the... lack of insight to say they need to plow the driveway better. And I'm like, you could have moved 10 feet over. There was no snow there, but no, she went right through deep snow with a Prius. And so anyhow, the guys get in their car, never got gas, never stopped for anything. and just kind of drove away. So I don't know where these guys came from, but I want to say thank you. And anybody out there, you see somebody's in trouble, don't be those guys pulling into the gas station, going past everything and everyone and going, I got to go get my smoke cemented or whatever it is. Stop and help these people out because we need to band together in weather like that. There's my story. Good story. And I'm sticking with it. Yeah, you never know. God sends you two of them. Yeah, you never know. There are times when we entertain angels unawares. Yeah, well, these were two pretty good-sized guys, and they were super nice. And so I was like, I think you're right, Karen. I think God sent me a couple of angels there because I was about ready to throw my back out, you know, all huge amount of Donna Brandenburg out there pushing a car. I mean, I could get it so far. She's a very small person. The mask is just not quite there to push out a car like a guy can. So we'll just say that again. Guys, bring on the toxic masculinity, please, please, please. We love you. And I would, I guess, add on to that, too. If you've got a capable vehicle, I would encourage everyone to get a tow strap and some jumper cables or a jump pack. And keep that, and probably also a good quality shackle, and keep that in your vehicle so that if you have to rescue somebody or get rescued, you got some tools. And probably also, I like to keep a collapsible shovel in mine, too. Yeah, and blankets. Because sometimes you got to dig people out. blankets and sand, cat litter, whatever it is you want to put down there in case you get really stuck. Because if there's a pileup, you're going to be stuck in your car. And if you've got an electric vehicle, you're screwed. That's all I can say. Done. Game over. You're not going to make it out of there without being towed out of there at that time. Diesel trucks, however, will always get you out of a snowbank, especially if it's four-wheel drive. Or one of your buddies who also have a diesel truck will pull you out. So... Anyhow, yeah, it's kind of crazy. It's crazy. how I watched somebody almost hit a snowplow the other day. I was going down the road at my nice little snow appropriate speed, right? Snowpack, it's a pretty icy out. And this car comes barreling around me on the left side. And I like wanted to shy away from him because you know that the spin out's going to happen. It's just a matter of time. Came up to stop sign or stop light, couldn't stop. Started sliding, went right through. As the snowplow was turning around and going through the intersection, that person could not have missed a snowplow by more than inches. And so slow down. If you think you need to go 30 miles an hour, you probably need to go 20. Slow down and be safe, everybody out there. All right, there you go. There's your safety message. So I'm going to take you guys out and we'll be back to Bill and I. I'll bring you right back in. So Bill, what are we talking about today at Liberty Essentials? Well, You know, the more and more I indulge on social media, and I'm not a social media guy, all right? I hate it. I like face-to-face communication. What is that thing sticking out of my hair here? Oh, you've got the brand of her hair thing going. I start looking like a long-haired cat that's been severely licked by its mother. Oh, if I let mine go, I turn into a dirty blonde afro. The more I get involved... in commenting and education on social media, the more I realize how much we have been brainwashed into what we are supposed to be doing or what we're not supposed to be doing. Especially if we claim to be followers of Christ, and yet we claim to be involved in politics, people like to draw a line between those two somehow. We talked about that before, but I want to touch on just what are the duties of us as followers of Christ in this governance. We all know that it was many men, and I'm not going to say all of them were great men of God, but granted there were quite a few. If you read through some of the original founding documents of the Federalists and Anti-Federalists, the Declaration of Independence, even the state constitutions, and the list goes on and on and on, the debates. You can see where and why they did what they did. So that being said, we'll just touch on a couple of the scriptures regarding what our duty is regarding this. And I like to get the first one right out of the way because everybody uses it and I believe everybody, not everybody, but most people use it wrongly because of the way they've been taught. And that is that of Romans 13. We know that as the way it starts, let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. But realizing that before, I think it was 1228 A.D., the scriptures were not put in to the scriptures were not put into chapters and verses, but rather they were books and letters. So if we back up, the preceding verse to Romans 13 is Romans 12. The last verse there says that we are to overcome evil with good, right? And then we start into our responsibilities with government. And it says, let every soul be subject unto the higher powers, for there is no power but of God. The powers that be are ordained of God. Whosoever resisteth the power resisteth the ordinance of God, that they that resist shall receive to themselves damnation. For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evils. Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power? Do that which is good, and thou shalt have praise of the same. For he is a minister of God, that's those in higher powers, minister to God for thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid. For he beareth not the sword in vain, for he is a minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil. Now... That goes on a little bit farther, but those are the main ones that I wanted to hit today. This is referring to an individual in context. At that point, they all had a king, Caesar Augustus, the leader, the head of the Roman Empire, and then they had their religious governance, because Israel was self-governing within the Roman Empire at the time. we do not have a king and as much as i see people and political idolatry going on where they think that some candidate is going to be able to be put in place whether at the local level state level federal level and they think that he's going to fix everything and save everything that's not the case right men will always fail us And so if we don't have a king, what is this talking about? How can we apply it to us today in America? And it's very simple. We should know as Americans that the political power all lies on us, that we are the government and we established the rules and regulations for how the government operates, right? We gave them the authority to legislate in certain cases only and to do that which is good. And we know that the law is meant for those who would break it. If everybody followed the law, we wouldn't need a law. There would be nobody to punish. Right. So if we read that in context with today in mind, what you have, and I'll read this through, it says, Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers, the Constitution. For there is no power but of God. The powers that be are ordained of God. Whosoever resisteth the Constitution resisteth the ordinance of God, and they that resist shall receive to themselves damnation. For the Constitution is not a terror to good works, but to the evil. Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power? Do that which is good, and thou shalt have praise of the same. For the Constitution is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid. For the Constitution beareth not the sword in vain. For the Constitution is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil. Wherefore, ye must needs be subject, not only for wrath, but for conscience' sake. That changes the context a little bit because... Who wrote that? What's that? Who wrote that? That is just inputting the correct verbiage into Romans 13. Got it. Okay. Got it. Yep. Yep. So it changes the mindset from being subject to individuals, to our elected servants, right, our representatives, to holding fast to the supreme law of America, which is our federal constitution and our state constitution. That's the highest law we have. And anybody that is outside of that is lawless, right? We don't follow the lawless around here. You only have those two groups of people. You're either law-abiding or you're lawless. It doesn't matter if you're red, blue, white, black, purple, green, what have you, right? All the division nomenclature that we talked about a couple weeks ago. It's either law or lawless here. Well, a couple other places in Titus, Titus 3, he's talking to the church to put them in mind to be subject to principalities and powers, to obey magistrates, to be ready to every good work. Now, we just read in Romans 13, if we apply that today, that the Constitution is not a terror to good works, but to the evil. When our elected servants become a terror to good works, and they allow evil or wickedness or lawlessness to continue, we are to throw them out. We are to cast them away, right? That is what we were given in our constitution and the means of impeachment. That's what our representatives should be doing. And that doesn't just apply to presidents. Like a lot of people I talk to just assume you can only impeach a president. That's not the case. Even in Michigan, the governor has the power to remove civil officers and even elected offices at local levels for gross negligence of duty, right? A lot of people didn't know that, but the governor has sole authority to take care of that. And that can be easily proven. And there's affidavits that have been submitted to that regard for numerous different offenses. but the governor refused to address it. And that is because they and the governor are in bed together, right? They're two wings of the same earth, right? From the highest level of government to the lowest level of government, we see it all day long. And that's one of the reasons why we can't get things done at the higher levels of government. If we can push it at the local levels, we can push that up. In 2 Peter, he's talking to them as well. This is 2 Peter 2.13. He says, Submit yourself to every ordinance of man for the Lord's sake, whether it be to the king, which we have none, right? So whether it be to the constitution as supreme. Or unto governors as unto them that are sent by him for the punishment of evildoers and for the praise of them that do well. For so is the will of God. So we're not submitting to a governor that is lawless. We're not submitting to anybody in office who is lawless. The priority should be to remove them. And if our representatives aren't going to do it, then the people need to have a constant push and push in every aspect that we can, whether it be in the courts, whether it be in meetings, whether it be in the legislature, wherever we can get into to reprove the works of darkness, that is what we should be doing. Not to just let them slide, let them get through their tenure, and then... have them free outside so they can put another one of their snakes in a pit. And we'll get to that in just a minute. But that's all we see, whether it be presidents, whether it be legislative officials, judges, right? We all know the constitution says judges sit only in good behavior. They can be removed just as well. Whether it be our local township or county officials, right? It doesn't matter. When they become a terror to good works, there is no submittance anymore. We don't make ourselves subject unto them, but rather we do as our founding fathers did and we throw off the tyrants. And I'm not saying that we do that physically in violence, though someday down the road that may have to be done as they did. But we have the means to continue to throw them off currently. Lawful action. And then if you go to Acts 5, I love this example. This is Peter and some of the apostles. So they were going around Jerusalem healing all the people, making a big stink, right? The religious leaders, their little religious governing body was really having a problem with these guys at the time. And in verse 17, Acts 5, it says, Then the high priest rose up, and all that were with him, which is the sect of the Sadducees, and were filled with indignation, and laid their hands on the apostles and put them in a common prison. Now, if you read other places, you don't touch the Lord's anointed, right? All the way back into King David, him as the shepherd boy even knew, you don't touch the Lord's anointed. That's why he never killed Saul. He was anointed by God for a purpose. Mm-hmm. And he knew that as king. And all of them knew that up until this time. And when the apostles were endowed by the Holy Spirit, they still knew that. And apparently the Sadducees had forgotten. It says 19, But the angel of the Lord by night opened the prison doors and brought them forth and said, Go stand and speak in the temple to the people all the words of this life. Hold on a minute, Donna. Didn't they just get told by their governments They're governing officials that you can't do this. You can't go out and preach. You can't go out and heal these people anymore. You just need to stop this. Shouldn't the apostles at that point should have sat back and said, okay, yeah, we need to be subject to the higher powers. We need to submit ourselves to the ordinances of men, and we need to obey the magistrate, right? Isn't that what people read? No. No. Well, let's see what they did. Not exactly. It doesn't exactly work that way. The Sadducees just touched the Lord's anointed people, threw them in prison. Angel came, unlocked the prison and said, hey, go out, do it again. And when they heard that, they entered into the temple. Yeah, they entered into the temple early in the morning. They didn't wait. They didn't have a day layover to get rest. They went right out and did it again and taught. But the high priest came and they that were with them and called the council together, their local governing body, the council, and all the senate of the children of Israel. and sent to the prisoners to have them brought. So they went after them again. They didn't learn it the first time. When the officers came and found them not in prison, they returned and told, saying, "'A prison truly found we shut with all safety, and a keeper standing without before the doors. But when we had opened, we found no man within.'" Guys, they're gone. We don't know where they went. It said, And the high priest and the captains of the temple and chief priests heard these things. They doubted of them where unto this world would grow. They were worried. They were worried here. Then came and told them, saying, Behold, the men whom ye put in prison are standing in the temple and teaching the people. Then went the captain of the officers and brought them without violence. Here's a key word. For they feared the people, lest they should have been stoned. You have the religious governing authority of their little nation there, afraid of the people. Because they were going to go after the Lord's anointed. Where is that today? When the government fears people, fears the people, there's liberty. When people fear the government, we're going to get tyranny and we're going to get it the same, right? So they brought him again. They brought him before the council. It says, did not we straightly command thee that you should not teach in his name, Christ's name. And behold, you have filled Jerusalem with your doctrine and intend to bring this man's blood upon us. And Peter and the other apostles answered and said what? We ought to obey God rather than men. When men become a terror to good works, they are no longer in authority. They weren't anyway. Let me word it that way. They are no longer to be submitted to. They are our servants. They are to punish the wicked and uphold and justify the righteous. That is their sole purpose. When they go outside of that scope and their delegated authority, they are no longer to be submitted to. And over the last three years, I can safely say that More and more people have waken up to this thought. One of the books that I suggest, if people want to study it further, is Matt Truello's book, The Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates. Get a copy of that and read it. That is a great book. I thanked him last time I saw him. I think it was out in St. Clair last year. But I thanked him for taking it. taking the time to lay that out. There's a lot of phenomenal writers. I am not one of them. If I write you a book, it'll be cut to the chase, probably two or three pages long. It'll be as short as Al Gore's book, The Evidence of Climate Change. Or George Foreman's book of baby names, right? That's my kind of book. George, George, George, George, George, George. Only one name, George, is the only name you can name your kids. That's right. So we need to quit submitting to all of this. When they're outside their scope of authority, that's where it starts. That's the number one action is we don't submit to that any longer. The number two action is we go out and we reprove it. We bring the darkness to light. Donna, you do this all the time on your show. And I love it, right? Thank you. Some people think that stubbornness is a problem. Some of us think it's a superpower. Yep, yep. Once it's brought to light, then we take action on it. We don't let the works of... of evil prevail, right? We overcome evil with good, in Romans 12. I think it's 12.21. And then we handle it. We take care of it. We replace that which needs to be replaced, and we move on. But that takes men of godly character. Read, I think it's Exodus 18.21. Those who fear God, hating covetousness... Et cetera, et cetera. I need to go back and reread that. In fact, I'm right here. Let me just pull it up a minute. But that is the baseline for elected officials here. 1821. This is Jethro talking to Moses when they were trying to set up judges to make it easier on Moses to separate them out between rulers of thousands and hundreds and fifties and tens. Which one is that? Oh, I'm sorry, 18... I just saw that. I'm off anyway. Give me just a minute here. Okay, yeah, 1821. shall provide out of all the people, setting up judges, thou shalt provide out of all people such as, one, fear God, two, men of truth, three, hating covetousness, and place such over them to be rulers of thousands, hundreds, fifties, and tens. Those are the three characteristics of people that we should be placing as our representatives. But, We know that the people will elect those whom they are similar to. A drunkard will elect a drunkard so that he can continue in his drunkenness without repentance. A thief will elect thieves. Because nobody like that is going to prosecute an individual of the same. We see that in government. That's why they're not prosecuting each other because they're all guilty of it. All they do is talk about the problems but refuse to prosecute. That is because they are guilty of it as well. Well, something else that you brought that I can connect here with this thought. I'm sorry I'm kind of multitasking because I'm handling a situation over here. It's a quasi-emergency, but I'm listening. But look at how people vote for people in office too. They're voting for people. It's like identity. They want to identify with people that are similar to them. And, you know, and so people, people that are out there, they want people to look like them. They want them to talk like them. They want them to agree with them. That's not healthy. We have to look at the jobs that need to be done and treat it like a job interview and put people in place who can get the job done within the constraints of the Constitution for protecting everyone's rights for everyone. equal justice under the law, and that's not what people are voting for. So this doesn't even extend from a politician to a politician to a judge, which is systematic corruption. Really it is. But look at the connection to the people and the voters and why they're voting to keep the establishment in because they're afraid of those changes too because it's going to affect them. Yeah. By and large. It's not easy. It is not always easy to do right, but it is by that we know who someone is serving. There you go. I tell people this a lot. I don't look to surround myself with people that agree with me because if I have to constantly agree with myself, it's annoying, right? There should never be two of me in the same room because I love to debate. And I love to bring factual evidence and cause that stir. I like to bring up the questions that a lot of people don't want to answer or don't understand. That's what Jesus did. Huh? That's what Jesus did. Yep. I do that with my kids a lot. He put it out in front of people to have to confront. He confronted them with choices, with ways to look at things, to break through some of this nonsense that people bought into. And even to this day, I mean, you can't believe how many people call me an occultist. They're like, she's an occultist because she talks to this person that really... You might want to check yourself on that, just saying. But he literally would throw things out here. If Jesus showed up today, he wouldn't be Christian enough for the modern-day Christian. Oh, yeah, yeah. They'd attempt to stone him like a false prophet. You bet they would. They'd shut him down in a heartbeat because he would be bringing up things that everyone will have to confront within themselves. instead of putting people on a pedestal like modern day politics does. Modern day politics does not encourage those discussions into question to get to the right answer. It wants to install the agents of basically evil to let things ride and not turn things in. Look at how quick people are to cover things up for the people that they know. because they like them or they don't want to disturb a friendship that they've worked on because I've heard this said, I might need that person. So they won't call into account. And to your point, they will let that corruption ride faster, continue to grow instead of cutting that right out of the equation, a friendship or not. I know you're like this, that if somebody doesn't make the grade with you, who is... very, very ethical, they're out of here. You'll kick them out of your life no matter how much time you've spent with them. If they're going to compromise on those, now you might help them, but you're not, you wouldn't stand with that person and I'm the same way. Friendship... Faithful are the wounds of a friend, right? If somebody considers themselves a friend and sees me or sees you doing wrong or speaking wrongly, they should be the first ones to correct it. Not somebody higher educated that's taken you know, some authority to correct you. But as a friend, they should be the ones to come to you and speak the truth to you because that is what we are called to do in 1 John 3.18, love and action and deed. It's going to somebody and righting the wrongs. And regarding what Christ did in his time, if we want to be Christ-like, what did he come to do? He brought a fire among the people, right? He came to seek and save the lost sheep of Israel. doing that by sitting with some of the most wicked people, the sinners and publicans. He was accused of being a wine beaver. He was around those who drank too much. But he did that to bring the truth to them. He didn't sit in his church and just sit there in his echo chamber and condemning everyone and pushing them away and saying, you're wrong, you're wrong, you're wrong. He went to them and you earn your right to talk to people if you're, you know, in all cases, because people will shut you right down. They'll listen to someone who actually cares about them. But if you go in them and just say, I don't like this group of people, so I'm going to go run in my church. and sit there being pious and righteous. And I don't think that was what Jesus was about at all. Yep. He came to bring a sword, bring division. We are called to divide that which is ungodly. out of our lives. You can read about that in 1 Corinthians regarding the body of Christ. When you get certain people like that that refuse to hear the truth and refuse to repent from it, you're to cast them out. They have no business with us at that point. But this goes for political parties as well, right? If you jump into politics and you're a newbie at it, there's a lot of grace to be given. But you've got to be willing to learn and understand that which you might not have beforehand. I was the same way. Donna was the same way. And we still do it with you. We still correct each other from time to time here. Which is really helpful. You know, it's so helpful. I mean, I love the discussions that we have. It's amazing because, you know, you're not afraid of speaking truth and say, hey, you know, I want to share this with you. And it's not a mean process. It's a wonderful process. And then we sit there and we go, okay, and thoughtfully listen. That's what a statesman does is listens. Yep. Yep. We have to be willing to listen, to hear twice as much as we speak for the most part. When speaking is required of us, right? We're not just to sit around in silence and let people watch what we do so much as being Being able to reprove and rebuke and exhort with all long-suffering the body of Christ, right? When we see wrong, we reprove it, we rebuke it. When it gets corrected, we exhort it and bring it back up, reconfirm our love for the individual, if need be, 2 Corinthians, right? And rebuild the relationships that we had, so... That being said, there's a lot of work to be done here, all right? And it's going to take everybody to pull this off. We got 329 million people in America, give or take, and we're letting a little more than 1% of elected servants dictate to us what we can and cannot do. I'm not having it anymore. In fact, no, I won't mention that yet. We'll get to that later on. Just throw it out there, Bill. Just throw it out there and let it rip. So, but let's go back to, we're regarding some elections, okay? Let's go back to elections. Now, if you're one of the people who say that, you know, we can elect our way out of this that everything's kosher and we can fix the federal government by putting correct people in power and fix the state governments by putting correct people in power. You got your head in the sand. It ain't happening. Two thumbs down for that statement. Yeah, I don't know. Can I share this with you a minute? Yeah, you sure can. You can share your screen. Oh, good grief. I got like 50 tabs here. Let me see if I can find the right one. That one. That one. Aye, that one. So for any naysayers out there that say that there is no such thing as election integrity issue, this is from the Heritage Foundation. And they have... a huge list of cases against individuals and municipalities regarding election fraud. Most of them are either official findings or criminal convictions, all right? We can scroll down through this. It's all separated by states over here. And you can scroll down through that. Oh, look, we got nine pages visible, right? And each page has, what, is there 20 there? One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, oh, there's 16. 16, so nine pages. And we'll just sort through this a little bit You can see all these criminal convictions. These are not just open cases. These are convictions from fraudulent use of absentee bills, impersonation fraud at the polls, false registrations, ineligible voting. And it goes on and on. Oh, and by the way, yeah, this is 2022, guys. This doesn't include 2020 or 2018, 2016. The list goes on and on back decades and decades. There's duplicate votes. Wow. I'm picking around on the website here. This is amazing. It's like it's every day. I'm finding something new. And why don't we know about these resources out here? The guys I had on this week for the election fraud that's going on, they've got it proven. They've got all of the records and such. And I was talking to Todd last night about this. There's so much information out there. It's not working. None of this is working. I got to see where is it? Where do I find that in their list of all kinds of resources here? This is nuts. Courts. Is it under legal courts, crime and election integrity? Here it is. Wow. All right. So this is awesome. We're back in 2018 now on page 19 already. I don't know how many pages there are. Let's just go to the end. There's 16 per page. Holy cow, 1982, 63 individuals right there. All right, that's page 78. So yes. Is that nationally or are you in Michigan? That's nationally, state by state. We can filter it out at the top here. You can go over and we can click on Michigan. Wow. I've got to click submit. All right. This is cool. There you go. And there's a bunch of names. Oh, yeah, it's Brandon Hall. There's only two pages that are recorded here in Michigan, 2007 and all the way to 2023 now. Look at this. We have Kathy Funk altering the vote count. Where have we heard that before? Is Nina Nessel in there for being part of voter fraud in Muskegon? She should be if she's not. No, this is not a complete list of cases. I'm making a joke here, Bill. I'm making a joke here, but it's like Dana Nessel should be on the top of that list because she was privy to that information with GBI Technologies where they were fraudulently, and I'll say that name, fraud, fraud, fraud, fraud. I hope the men in black come in here and cart my behind off because let's go rumble in the courts, right? It's like she should be in there. and at the top of the list, because she was involved in it. And so were those people in GBI. Seven states, there were seven states involved in that thing. So we're just gonna fight till we see that added on there. So Dana Nestle at the top of the list. Yep, absolutely. And I'm not sure if they go, if the Heritage Foundation searches for these or if they're just submitted. I just ran across this a couple of days ago. This is by no means a complete list. I've seen longer lists. I just don't know where they're at. Wow. Well, if you find them, send them over to me because this is amazing. I've got the guys that are going to, I think, come back on that have all of the data. from the last elections where you can see exactly how the records were submitted. And it's damning evidence to the fact that this whole thing was completely rigged from top to bottom. You can't get away from it. And nobody will listen to them. They can't get it out anywhere. I said, well, Brandenburg News Network will put it out there. We're going to continue to put this stuff out there because people need to know. And that's why we have to get involved at our local level where it matters, because that's where our elections take place, and that's where we can confirm the results, right? If we can get in there, and I've got a couple of good people in my township now, and we're working on some other things as well. But we need to get in at the local level, get involved with these elections, whether as poll watchers, poll challengers, I mean, keeping your eye on every little thing that happens. There's a lot of power in those two seats. Or actually being an election worker. and make sure that we have correct numbers at the local levels. Because if we send them to the county and the county sends them to the state and the numbers have changed, guess what? Now we have records. We have eyewitnesses of what has happened. And we saw that in TCF Center back in 2020 as well. They tried to kick all the election workers out poll watchers poll challengers they kicked them all out and boarded up the window so they couldn't see what was happening I mean come on do you need any more evidence of election fraud issues than the people being kicked out of their own elections and what did we do that for oh well they have a right to a secret ballot we can't be letting that kind of information oh screw that get rid of the secret ballots in my opinion Why are we ashamed of telling people who we voted for? I mean, if you want to know, ask. I'll tell you who I voted for and why I voted for it. I'm not ashamed of that at all. The secret ballot started the minute you put the ballot into a machine that it's supposed to be counted in public. They violated the Constitution right there. They violated the law because the ballots went into machines. And so it's absolutely unconstitutional. So their argument falls on its face very quickly right there. Yeah, and what happens with the data here? Let's take your piece of paper with your little pen marks and throw it in a machine. Do you absolutely for certain know where that data is going? Because we know... We know that the machines can be connected to a network, right? And we know the programming is outsourced of the United States, right? The United States isn't building these machines. And we know that a lot of these machines were connected to an online network during the election. They were, I saw it. Can we be certain that everything was done kosher? We cannot. And that is why it is so important to get there at the local level. Without that, there's not going to be anything. The Kent County Constitution Party, we just passed a resolution last month to finally eliminate all of these electronic voting softwares. right? Go back to hand counting ballots. Um, and for those naysayers out there, uh, you ought to try counting ballots, sample ballots sometimes and see how long it actually takes. Precincts are less than 3000. Yeah. And it doesn't take a whole lot of people to count and even recount ballots and get correct information, right? If you got to do it two or three times, it doesn't matter. The results will be in that night certified. So in the morning they're published, right? They won't be changed. And if somebody demands an audit at the local level, which they have a right to do in our Constitution, understand anybody can call for an audit of an election. Without that, there is no security in our elections. And they won't let you do it now. Yep. If somebody calls for an audit at the local level, then you come up and canvass a handful more people and you recount the ballots again. Right. It's as simple as that. And I'm not saying the township officials are elected servants. Pick out those people. I'm saying those people should be picked out from among the congregation, among the citizens of that era. Well, that is the way we can pick it to pick them out. The reason being is that our elections cannot be conducted by. Our government, it's we the people. So they can't even do that legally. It's not lawful. It's not lawful to have those ballots go in machines because they're counting in secret. You vote in private. You count in public. And that's how that works. And they've twisted this thing all around to say, well, we've got to protect people's privacy. No, and also the same-day voting. We are required to have, as per the law, not the ones that they have just decided to pen, you know, like law fetty. I mean, you've got laws going all over the place, and nobody knows what they are. Pretended legislation. This is like a ball crawl. This is what our laws are like. Our laws are like a ball crawl. They're moving around. They're hitting kids in the face. And you know what? And there's no order to any of this. Zero. But yeah, we need to have same-day voting, paper ballots. Hand count, not oversight by people who are completely unattached to the government. Anyone should be able to do this. We can't even audit the majority of precincts and counties in this state because they tampered with the ballots. My township here, they refused my FOIA because they kept nothing. They basically violated four election laws based on King Brader sitting there in Board of Elections and a freaking little kingly edict he sent out to all of these townships. to tell them that they may not talk to anyone or keep this stuff on hand. They sent it to the county. They destroyed the evidence locally so that they could send it to the county, to the state, so that they're the keepers of the kingdom. We got nothing. From top to bottom, the clerks, all of them that complied to this committed treason. They broke the law. They committed treason. All of them need to be removed and completely replaced. Yep, and prosecuted. And prosecuted. Can't leave that off. And I'm going to say for treason, not some sort of stupid misdemeanor, not a misdemeanor, not a felony. This is far above felony status on these crimes. And a lot of that, and I'll even say that there are clerks out there that may be trying to do right but are getting tied up in the laws because if anybody reads through election law or the duties of certain officials that have been legislated, not constitutionally, but that have been legislated, it gets extremely confusing. I don't think there's one elected official out there who actually knows 100% what their duties are. Oh, I'll stand by that. James Madison warned that early on. He said, it will be of little avail to the people that the laws are made by men of their own choice if the laws become so voluminous that they cannot be read or so incoherent that they cannot be understood. And what do we have today? We have so many laws we can't read them, and they are so... They're gibberish from one to another. We have contradicting laws because they won't repeal one when they put one in place. So they can't even be understood. And that is the point we've got. How did James Madison know that? Well, let's go back to the Bible. God gave 10 commandments. And of course, the Jews had nothing better to do than start adding to that and added 648 more laws. You are in violation every minute of your life. through the laws that came out of the Jews and the same thing that's happened in our government right now. There's not one person who's not breaking the law that's standing here in the United States of some sort, no matter what it is. And then they start adding this woke crap and taking away our freedom of speech and all of that. It's all for harassment. And so that they can say, okay, let's see, which ball can I throw at them to take them out now? Bam, they'll take that one. to take out anyone that is going to be in there to wreck their power structure and their money structure. And that's what this is all about. This is not about law. This is not about our liberty. It's about destroying that for control and for money. And that's what they did. That's what the Jews did. It's what our government's done. It's what every civilization does is it gets off the rails and stops serving and starts taking. Yeah, and if somebody wants to read a little bit of a breakdown on that, there's a book I read years ago now. It's by Harvey Silverglate. I always get his name mixed up. But it's called Three Felonies a Day. And it's a book on how the federal government attacks the innocent people who are just living day-to-day lives, trying to be good citizens and lawful. But the base is that every person in America commits three felonies a day. According to their regulations, according to their policies, according to their pretended legislation that they've put up. And a lot of people don't even know that Federally in the U.S. Code, did you know that if you have proof or witnessed a felony from anyone and you do not report it, do you know that that's a felony? Could not report another felony? Yeah. Yeah. You just hit something. Can we report the entire government? And how do we do that for reporting them for felony? We go to sheriffs? No, because they aren't going to prosecute anything. Let's see. Where do we go to report them? It is on us, the people. They need to be aware. To report to who? I think we need to write this up, Bill. We need to write this up for the Constitution Party in the state of Michigan and report them all for felonies that they've committed. That's a huge list. We're going to need bigger notebooks. Yeah, that's okay. I think we can handle that. I think that'd be a great thing. Wow. You got me all stirred up on this today. I'm going to start the list and then we're going to outline all the felonies. And then we're going to send that out to the entire state and say, these people are guilty. I'm not going to be guilty of the felony by not reporting them. So I'm going to report them for their felonies. Will you sign it with me? Oh, yeah, most definitely. I'm going to bring in Karen and Ralph. Hey, will you guys sign my felony thing if we write this thing up? I don't know exactly the subject matter. I've just had some. I've only been half listening for the last few minutes because we've had some changes happen here at the house. You're guilty if you don't report a felony and you don't report the crime. I think we just go ahead and report the crimes and then sign it. Send it out to the entire state. I think it's a great idea. But like Bill said, I'm having a little bit of a hard time. I was looking to see if I could find a large enough notebook. So far, I've only found ones that go up to like 17 inches by 12 inches. So in the early writings of the Constitution, you'll read in the Bill of Rights how we have a grand jury and that no person shall be held for a capital crime except upon indictment of a grand jury, right? A lot of people misuse that to think that that's actually the grand jury you see in a federal court. And the problem with that is the individual would have already been held in prison for a capital crime before the jury even gets to hear the case. So on that basic common sense, you know there's something off with the language of a grand jury there. And if you go back and read some of the early writings on that, even the Supreme Court recognized that the grand jury was a separate entity from the three branches of government, and its sole power lied within the people. Twenty-five representatives of a county were a grand jury and they could hold hearings on evidence submitted to them and call up summons for witnesses and basically hold small civil jury cases and then report their findings to those, whether it be a sheriff or a prosecutor now, or another court for the prosecution of such an individual, right? That was the people's power. So when you start talking about listing felonies of individuals and reporting them, that used to be the way it was done. And it didn't always have to be a grand jury. Sometimes just in the mouth of two or three witnesses, we know something is established. And so if you came up to your sheriff, or we can go back even farther, early 1800s, if you went up to a marshal, the law in the little communities out west, and you said, I witnessed this guy commit murder, right? Obviously the body's here, and you're accusing that guy of something. That was enough to hold a man. until the people, the people, those who knew him, could hear the evidence submitted against him. That's a whole other liberty essential we could talk about regarding a jury of your peers. There's a key word there. But that's how it was done, is the people saw the crimes, the people submitted the evidence, made the accusation, and it was handled swiftly, not over years, but swift justice deters crime. There's a whole nother Liberty Central for today. Okay, so I'm going to bring Karen and Ralph onto that because I'm sure Karen's just like twisting in her seat right now wanting to get in on this one. So I'm going to tell you, Karen gave me one of probably the hardest smack downs when I first met her that I have received thus far with running for office and started asking me questions and it was hostile. It was hostile. She just thought I was just another person stepping forward. She didn't understand, I think, the level of stubbornness that was going on here. And also that I didn't know everything she knew. Just like I don't know everything you know or Ralph or anybody. We all have our things. And that we don't know everything somebody else knows. And ask me some very pointed questions. And she was like this, you know, she was in her way like this, like just defying me to say the wrong thing. Tell me I'm wrong, Karen. Well, I don't remember it that way. So I am sorry if I came off so bluntly. No, no. But this is what we're talking about. Friends will go up to somebody else and challenge them. And I'm going to tell you that Karen has become one of the greatest friends of my life. And it's because I know if I'm doing something wrong or if there's some correction I need, she will quickly and lovingly say, hey, wait a minute, you're getting off base here on this and have a reason why. that is an absolutely beautiful thing for a friend. And I, and that's one of the things that one of the reasons why I consider her a true friend. Well, when we first met, I had no idea who Donna was. I don't even remember. I'm going to have to ask a little bit to find out how I got invited there. I think it was Lynn sample. It was, but I don't know who invited her. So I have to track that down. But anyway, I was a new member of the assembly. So I was learning a lot. And like everybody, realizing that I had not known everything that I should know. I had not been taught everything I should be taught. And here was this woman trying to discern everything. But I didn't know where she was at. So I want to know where she was at. And I started asking questions to find out. And was she just going to be one of these other, you know, corporate goons? I wasn't expecting you to be a goon. But what I what I saw and what I remember leaving away, she remembers hostility. Apparently, I remember that she was listening. and she was open and she wanted to know more and i remember us thinking this is interesting she might be really she might be willing to learn more about the right about the right way to do things around here. Like Bill was describing with the grand jury. Um, exactly. I'm glad you put it the way you did. We tend to think of a grand jury as even just a regular jury. I've been a jury member one time and in that process, which I've been through a couple of times, I just missed it this last time. Um, They want to know if you have anything to do with either the defendant or the plaintiff or the prosecutors or the defendant's attorneys. And if you know somebody there, they're probably not going to pick you. And that's the opposite of how it's supposed to work. It's supposed to be the people in your community judging you. Now you don't want to have a jury stacked with somebody's best friends who are probably going to have a bias. But it should be people in your community who live similarly to you and understand where you come from and not be so distanced and not be like this. It should be secret like the I'll call it the corporate grand jury is very secretive usually unless there's quote unquote leaks. But a grand jury, as you mentioned, should have the right to investigate. They themselves, they don't just ask the prosecution to bring them evidence or the defense to bring them evidence. They ask questions. I know there are some judges who will allow a jury, because the judge on the case I was on said, write down any questions that you have and put it on the railing in front of you. And the bailiff will come and pick them up and bring them to my desk. And he could then direct the questions or ensure that they get asked. That was a surprise to me that the jury could have some kind of influence because I didn't think they could in this situation. Yes, most of the times now, Karen, and you're hitting it right there, the juries are being directed by the prosecutor instead of the juries being unbiased and those who would know the individual on trial. And if you read back, these are the people who, I mean, they may have not been friends, by all means, you don't want a bunch of, unloyal friends on the jury team otherwise you're gonna you're gonna lose prosecution every time but it should be people that at least know the individual people that can vouch for their character in public uh not necessarily the character in their own home though it would be good to have one or two of those as well but that can vouch for for who they are out in public how they act, what they do, and based on that and the evidence submitted by others, you should be able to come up with an unbiased, proper judgment for or against somebody by what you know of them. Are they the type who would actually do this? Where were they at in the weeks or months preceding that? What was going on in their lives that may have gotten them to this point? That's all very good evidence that should be utilized in such a case, not just Jeffrey Epstein hung himself. Yeah, the way that our judicial system works right now, it's a joke. I mean, it's a total joke. And the fact that the media has such a place in it, they're not talking about solutions on anything. They're just throwing out circus headlines and giving the public bread and circuses. That's all that is something to occupy them. And it's a real issue. I want to bring something up that somebody posted in my channel this morning. And I thought I reached out to this individual because I would very much like to talk to him because of his ability to... What's going on here? Okay, so this is an interesting synergy of dates. And this will never make the news. Banking, this is banking, really. Banking, 15th of January. Basel III banking standards endgame implementation starts. January 23, Basel III game final deadline. All banks not compliant with the latest standard may be closed immediately. Now, on the political side, that's the banking side. Politics, and this is how you can coordinate dates. January 15, Iowa caucus. January 23, New Hampshire primary. Look at how those dates are coordinated. And that's the problem with politics is that there's so much of a game plan or show being played that we're not talking, we're not talking about what needs to be done in order to actually fix the system. Well, I would argue too, that for anything where you're relying on a jury and you start introducing, you know, the I, I, I think it's important to have people that are actual true peers, but on the other hand, to have people that have a pre-existing relationship with either party or who have, if you've got a governmental agency involved, people who have a vested interest in that, the proper functioning of that also relies on having a just and virtuous populace. Yes. which we don't have until we bring God back into this nation and put him first. And all of us make a clear declaration that we are willing to follow God almighty and his, his commands. And that starts with an everyday situation with every action that we have is to be introspective. And is this what God wants me to do? Yeah, you can go back. I mean, look at what our framers and the men of old had said. Even John Adams, our second president, said our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other. Why do you think that they want to demoralize the population? Because then the Constitution no longer applies to them. They don't know how to follow it. They don't even know how to read it and interpret what's being said in there. They don't want to because it calls out their sin too, or the things they're doing wrong, like genital mutilation of children. They're justifying all kinds of offenses and crimes against humanity. Yeah, through policy, right? Through legislative policy, they're undermining our Constitution. Because the people do not know better because they don't get back to the roots of knowledge wherein we are not destroyed, as Hosea said. They don't get back to the root of knowledge of where we came from, right? Laws are like fences. Before we tear them down, maybe we ought to find out why they were put up. Yep. That's actually one of the big problems that, I mean, getting... this is taking things in a little bit different direction, but it's one of the biggest problems that I have with trying to hire IT people right now is that the training for IT people doesn't, any of the college courses, I've seen some of the modern college syllabi for bachelor's degrees in computer science. And I would say that they bear out in the people that I see coming out of computer science degrees and that they're not teaching the history of computer science when they're teaching computer science. And this applies to a lot of especially I see it in technical stuff because that's more what I come into contact with. But it's. I think epidemic in pretty much every field right now is that they're not teaching the history. And so the people that are coming out with these computer science degrees, they only know, you know, like current modern technologies. They don't understand the history of what led to it, which means a their degrees go. obsolete nearly immediately, if not sometimes before they've even graduated because they only learn current technologies rather than the actual principles that the guiding principles that caused them. And B, if they run into any problems, they can't fix it. They're not, they don't know troubleshooting skills and they don't know any of the, that foundational knowledge to be able to actually troubleshoot stuff. And, uh, It causes a lot of problems. I mean, looking at it in computer terms, you look at modern Linux and I mean, if you look at there's a wonderful promotional video from AT&T about their brand new Unix system from I think it was published in the in the late 60s, if I remember right. And if you go through that video, pretty much all of the commands that they use in that, you could run on a modern Linux system unchanged. And so there's so much of that history that's baked into anything modern. And with the educational systems that we have just completely bypassing all of that, we're doomed to keep repeating the mistakes of the past. And they're making us more dependent on the AI and on thinking for us and accomplishing tasks. I mean, look at auto mechanics right now. It used to be, how many, I don't know about you, but every guy that I knew when I was a kid knew how to fix a car, change tires. do anything. Now, unless you've got something that you can hook the car up to and diagnose it through a computer, you're dead. And the computers themselves make it wholly unlikely you're going to be able to fix it, which brings us into another issue, like with what John Deere has done. They're like the poster child company for locking down their technology. You can't even open up or deal with their equipment without without voiding the warranty. So now not only you never really own the equipment because you can't, you always have to go back to them if something goes wrong in order to have them fix it. And a lot of times, even if you opened it up and you get in there and you void the warranty and say, screw it, I'm going to do it myself anyway, you may not even have the tools to be able to diagnose it or fix it because it's so technology dependent. Some of that too, even if you replace a part, it won't work because the rest of the systems on the tractor will refuse to talk to it until basically it's approved to be talked to. Yeah. This is wrong. See, this is where we need to go back to American companies who actually sell things and not hold people hostage because that's holding people hostage to their equipment. And it's wrong. It's absolutely wrong. It's not okay because they're just doing it for profit. One of the simple comparisons I like to make, and a lot of people can vouch for this that collect older vehicles, But in the olden times, and we're talking, you know, 10s, 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, maybe even the 60s, but I haven't seen them. But the owner's manual of the car would go through not only how to operate it, but the simple instructions of like how to change a valve, how to adjust your valves, and even how to change crank bearings on the side of the road. If you happen to be a Model T or Model A owner, that's a common thing you might have to do, right? Yeah. And use your leather belt for a crank bearing back then. And then modern days, you read through the owner's manual, and it's a lot of, you know, basic operation skills. And then they tell you don't drink the windshield wiper fluid. I mean, that's how far we've gone. Yep. A lot of electronic equipment used to include schematics. Mm-hmm. Oh, yeah. Actually, for my truck, I've got my 2002 Ford. You were talking about components not working until the system realized them or whatever. I went through that with a simple dashboard on my truck, just the instrument cluster. I had one issue with it that I wanted to fix, and I screwed it up. I'll admit that. I used way too big of a soldering iron when I tried to fix it. But anyway, I fried it. But I thought, no problem, I'll find another one. Well, in my specific truck, it's only made in a two-year time span, and it's transmission-specific, engine-specific, cab-specific, whether or not it's two- or four-door, electric window and electric lock-specific. I mean, all of these things have to be exact for it to work in my truck. And I went through three of them that I was given, and... and couldn't get any of them to work properly. And finally, I found one with the exact same part numbers. And Ralph, you'll verify this. I had the exact same part numbers, timestamp or not timestamp, but date stamped and everything from my original. And I popped it in there and everything worked except one whole circuit that runs the accessory routes and the door dinger and light dinger and all that. That still won't work because It doesn't communicate the fact that my truck is all manual. I have no electric door locks or electric windows. Yep. All of this is, it's about an inequality of knowledge spread throughout the land, right? All men and women should be created and considered equal in all things. But if you want to take control of a population, you don't give them all the knowledge that they should have, that they deserve, that they should have a right to. You have to limit that. And it's across all fields. It's not just technology. It's everything. You don't allow your kids to pray in school because you don't want them to learn how to pray. You don't want them to have a relationship with God. You don't even teach them how to do the pledge prayer. You don't want to teach them basic civics. Like, I missed a lot of history just for moving across a few states. But sometimes I'm like, well, I don't know what I don't know because I was in Tennessee when they taught that in Michigan. Or was it that they just never taught it? There's a lot that I thought. I just posted the other day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jack Pozo, Posobiec. He was... Posting some things about Martin Luther King Jr. What he was really about. He was a Marxist. Sure was. Nobody ever told me this. Nobody ever explained that to me. All I ever heard about him. Was what a hero he was. Because of all. He was all about equality. And all about godly. Apparently not. I was misled. I went ahead and shared it. I'm like this is embarrassing. Then I made a whole post about that. You have to be in a place now where you can say, it's okay, Karen, that you didn't know this. It's okay you didn't know about 9-11. It's okay you don't know for sure exactly what happened to Armstrong land on the moon. It's okay that you don't know everything. And that you realizing that you were misled about all the basics of our history. There's so much that I have been misled on. And even now, some of the things that I'm being taught or learning, I may have to unlearn. If I accept that now. It would be so much easier in the future for me to accept new things like Martin Luther King Jr. was not who I thought he was. He was complicated, just like everybody, you know, like Lincoln. Lincoln did a lot of good things. He also did a lot of bad things for our country. He is not the hero that we were taught to worship in that sense. It's okay to to accept that you were taken advantage of and move on it's really important that we learn how to practice doing that and that's why i shared that because people need to be able to not become emotional and feel guilty or somehow bad about themselves that they were misled it's it's this has been happening for generations for hundreds of years really probably forever. Nothing is going to happen again. It's going to happen again. Be willing to open yourself up to that vulnerability and accept, recognize, Oh, I had that one wrong too, because then you can adjust, right? more readily when did you do that last that post on on martin luther king jr probably right at the end of the night because i was covering so if you go to the date of the next day and then scoot you up a little bit that that would take you to it i think it was one of the last posts i made for the day because i was covering everything else under the sun and yesterday what day is it wednesday so i posted it monday could have posted it Early in the morning after midnight on Tuesday. No, actually, it was before midnight because I noticed that it was still Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Well, and I think that goes to like Vivek, too. Vivek sat down, Nikki Haley sat down and such. And I mean, when you look at this, these people are not who they say they are. And we have to critically look at them, not not have the cult of personality going on because that's what's going on. But look at the facts. Look at the facts of of who they really are and what they represent. And, you know, it's like it's like when I when You and I talked about Vivek the other day, and I was kind of out on him right from the beginning because I started seeing some things that were really a problem. And then he started saying, you know what? They're going to assassinate President Trump. We just know that he's in danger. And if you want to save President Trump, whom you love, then you'll vote for me. That's the only way we can save him. And I'm like, Nothing changed, guys. I'm sorry, but President Trump was in danger from day one. They wanted him gone. And I know there were multiple attempts on his life. It's like, are you kidding me? And so for him to say that was shocking. It was wrong. And how much money he got paid off during this. But you know what? The whole thing is that we're learning to think. And even stuff like that, we can say, okay, well, we didn't know that. We know it now and we can make a change and not say, oh, I feel really stupid. Just say, there's more information that came out to your point, Karen, and be willing to change when things like this come up. It's important not to get stuck in an ego world and think we're going to know everything all the time and not be able to say, yeah, screwed up on that one. I'm going to have to retract that because I had more information or I'm just making a better decision based on the information I have right now. I'm still changing my mind about him from time to time, because since then, look at how Trump has treated him and had him on the stage with him. I shared this morning someone to point Pepe had a post where you see Trump standing just behind him where Vivek is in front on the stage last night in New Hampshire, I guess. And he's given him that kind of side eye. And I found a couple of pictures of him looking at Fauci that way because somebody was pointing that out. And he has this way of looking, his nose is pointed one way and his eyes are pointed the other way. Yeah. he's like this there are dogs that do that and it's hilarious but there it's a judgmental look and that's that's how i notice it it's a judgmental expression he's really good at doing that with hillary too and it so it makes you wonder but at the same time he's kind of promoting him oh vivek is going to be very helpful in the near future And so that makes me kind of wonder, yeah, was he saying all those things that he said in order to awaken the people, in order to show us how to learn, in order to give Trump a boost? Was it all his role to play? And he's play acting. You know, I've wondered that about Pence and a lot of other people. Yeah. I think there's a lot of them in that category. I do, too. Yeah. Yep. Ron DeSantis is another one. I don't really know exactly where he is. I know that there's more than one Ron. There's more than one Trump. I'm like, oh, which Trump is this in New Hampshire? They got the light so dark on him. Oh, his teeth are like glowing. He looks like a golfer Trump. I tell you, when I saw him standing next to Eric and Don Jr. in the one where he's in front of the 17 flags. Which I think is really amusing, right? He's as tall as Don Jr. Now, I don't know about you guys if you pay attention to heights, but I do. And he is taller than him. And so it's kind of one of those things that there's something odd there. And it's just like with DeSantis, I think there's like three DeSantises out there. And I think it's kind of funny because when they rolled out DeSantis 2, I'm like, well, 2.0 is a lot easier on the eyes than the bats at how number one DeSantis. And then it was too far away from DeSantis 1. I've got pictures to show everybody if you want to see it. It's kind of funny. Did you see the picture, the little video clip of him the other night? He was in an interview and somebody asked him, they were talking about Trump's polling versus him. And his face looked like somebody, like a little kid that's just been bullied or something. And he just stood there. There's a lot of AI going on. And, you know, let's add the numbers up for today just because I find this interesting. 117, 2024. So add one plus one plus seven plus two plus two plus four and you get 17. So there you go. For all of you Pepe's out there. And Pepe. Yes, but add the numbers up in the date and every Pepe out there. is happy right now. All right, y'all. I got to get to work. I digress. I was going to say, he's got quiet. Bill got quiet. He's like, yeah, there you go again. That's great. Well, thanks, Bill. I don't know if we're going to be on next week because I'm headed south to the rightful president of the United States' house and to Mar-a-Lago. So I'm very excited about next week. But I will be back in time for our SUD meeting. Hang on. We're going to put this up here while everybody's here. And hold on just one second because I think this is kind of important. Besides... Here, I'm going to share this. Here, this is my post this morning. To all you guys out here, here's a nod to you. Man doesn't complain. He adapts. He doesn't make excuses. He makes solutions. He doesn't blame others. He takes responsibility. And bring on the toxic masculinity, gentlemen. Mean tweets, truth, and all forms of protecting America. So says Donna Brandenburg. I knew you would like that one. I love that one. And here we go. Here we're going to talk about our meeting. We're getting a lot of response to this. And we may have a surprise guest that shows up to this. I'm kind of excited because he reached out to me the other night. And somebody I very much have a lot of respect for, someone who works within intelligence and has lots of information. I'm waiting for a response back to this gentleman. And if that's the case, we will even be expanding our meeting because it'll be very exciting. So USTPM, the Constitution Party in the state of Michigan. We have our Take Back Michigan meeting January 27th at 2 o'clock p.m. at Center Shot Indoor. Please come and join us. We will have our speakers, our Darleaf. uh, the, uh, sheriff for Berry County, Paul Urban, who is with we, the County, and now with referendums for Michigan. And we are going to be trying to repeal these unconstitutional laws, mandates, all of this by reaching out to it. This is going to be somewhat of a work meeting. And not only that it's a gun range. Yay. So we can, we can go and, uh, and, uh, enjoy our time there, you know, and it's going to be a lot of fun. And we have a firearm that's going to be a one-day raffle, in-person raffle. Is that correct, Bill? Yeah, yeah. You got a picture of that to pull up here? Looks like a pretty nice one. I knew you were going to ask me that. Hold on a minute. So now I've got, it's not in this particular post. Hold on a minute. You make things so hard for me sometimes. This is Bill, who said, I'm going to volunteer you to get the meeting and the speakers. I'm like, okay, game on, smart guy. I'll go ahead and do that. But make it hard for me, Bill. Yeah. You know, it's there. I could probably pull it up too. No, I've got it. Hang on. Hold on. I like to give away guns occasionally. Nobody here, yeah, nobody on screen here has ever been to my gun shop. But occasionally I will have somebody in that is looking for something specific, and I might have one. And I have been known just to give away guns as well, things that I don't need anymore. But this is one of those. This is made by Great Lakes Firearms. They are Kent County based. They're actually right down the road from me. They do all their own custom cerakoting, their own milling. They have an entire shop. Everything is made in-house except for the mil-spec stock and grip and stuff like that. But standard 16-inch barrel, long barrel shroud there. It's all nitride barrel. they make their own breaks which is really cool in-house chambered in two two three wild two five five six as well so comes with your standard capacity 30 round magazine not high capacity i do have one of those but the but third is standard around here no matter what our government decides to redefine it as and this will be uh available to win right at the meetings So we're going to get started about two o'clock and right at the entry, there will be somebody with tickets that you can purchase for this. And there's also, oh, and this is, I gotta, I gotta say it was provided by North Kent Arms, which is my shop. Okay. And I'm not making any money off this. So for all the people saying that I'm just doing this for a profit, my firearm shop doesn't even make a profit, all right? So I'm not making anything more off this. All the proceeds will go right back into those who helped with the meeting and go right back into the party to continue the fight that we started back in 1992. So that being said, we're also going to have- And a silent auction. We'll have like a silent auction too going on. So there's some other things happening. And a silent auction. So anybody that comes, if you want to bring something, even if you just want to get rid of something that's semi-decent, I mean, we've had a lot of weird stuff come through silent auctions. And Donna and Ralph can both verify that at some of the prior meetings we've been to. But, yeah, if you've got something that you're willing to donate and give away, put it up there. We'll have silent auction tags there, and people can bid throughout the meeting in silent, not secret, in silent. And then towards the end of the meeting, we'll call the names and see who won and demand money from you. So what could be more better than that, right? Yes. It's going to be fun. I think it's going to be a riot. Well, thanks, Bill. I'm going to let you head out for the day today, and we'll see about next week. I've got to see when I fly out on Wednesday because I think I'm flying out on Wednesday. I don't know. I don't have my schedule yet, but, but at any rate, thanks for being on. And I really appreciate your wisdom and all of the teaching that you do for all of us. I mean, you had the privilege of having a dad that was, you know, seriously involved in politics as well as raising his children up the way he should in educating you. And I'm thankful for your dad and your family and everything you're willing to share with all of us. It's, it's extraordinary. Well, Not on my own power. We're not given the power of fear, or not given the spirit of fear, sorry, but a power and a sound mind. If we want to help with this restoration, if we want to get back to the old ways we used to do things, like Jeremiah said, we've got to be willing to put that power to use, that which we've been given and equipped for, and be willing to have... Have a sound mind and not let it be infiltrated and indoctrinated by the same stuff we were talking about here today, the CIA-controlled media. We all know the beginnings of the CIA. What was it that the CIA director said? And I don't remember his name, but he had said, we will know our disinformation campaign is complete when everything the American people believe is a lie. That was the foundings of the CIA. So we need to get out from under it, guys. Have a sound mind. Search for truth. Don't allow anything outside of that. Sounds like a plan. So I think Ralph found us our big notebooks here, 800-page notebooks. So we're going to get a start on our felony notepad of all of our public functionaries out there, guys. And so the U.S. Taxpayers Party is the party of the Constitution. It's the Constitution Party in the state of Michigan. And just so you know, we're going to be continuing to work on this. We're absolutely working on – Taking this state back, and we're not asking permission. We are going to take this back from these people who have usurped their power, who have invaded us, and who have created a coup in this state. So hang on one more thing here. And returning this to a Constitution-based government, not civil action jurisdiction, which is what we're under right now. not a de facto government, but a de jure form of government of we, the people. So there you go. There's the meeting. There's the, there's the, Take note. Pass it on. You can go to my Telegram channel at Brandenburg4MI. You can go to the Taxpayers Party, the USTPM site. You can go to our – I've got – this is broadcasting to the taxpayer Twitter as well as YouTube as well as the Brandenburg for Governor stuff as well as the BNN stuff. So this is going everywhere, guys. This is going to be like the most annoying thing in your whole life because we're going to get this in front of everybody. and ask your help to pass this on. If you're involved in a group and you want to see things change, be the digital soldiers that I know all Pepes out there are, and pass this on to the people you know in your groups. If you're part of the Taxpayers Party members, You can call. I'm going to ask you to call 3, 4, 5, 10 people or text them or email them or put them in your social network group. And let's just blow this thing out of the water. This is going to be amazing and a lot of fun. It's a fun group, too. It is a very fun group. So there you go. Well, thanks, Bill. And we'll see you hopefully next week. If not, it'll be the week after, okay? All right. Let me know. All right. Thanks, buddy. Take care. Bye-bye. You too. Okay, so we're back to the team here. Ralph, Karen, and Donna. And I have a present for you, Karen. I think you're going to love this. You know my son who makes these really fun things. He decided that you needed your own statue. Here it is. Karen the Riveter. That's awesome. Eating a sandwich. That's awesome. There you go. There's Karen. And so a little bit of cleanup has to be done here from the printer and such. But this is just brilliant. That's awesome. Thank you to my son. This is wonderful. Tell him thank you for me. I will. And yeah, I think this is just really cute. So there you are now. Now, if I need hands, I have heart hand. So there you go. Sandwich hands. Sandwich hands. We have sandwich hands now and check this thing out. This is great. So it's, it's holding a sandwich, little visor going on here and goggles. I had said when you showed the Pepe thinker, I was like, we need one of those mega thinker statue out of the river. There it is. Yeah, well, this is the difference between that and Pepe. Pepe's, let's see, boo-ha's hanging out here. There you go. Pepe's boo-ha's hanging out there where you are respected. So there you go. Not showing off your boo-ha there. Yeah, tell them thank you. That's awesome. I will. So for our friend, for my very good friend, Karen the Riveter, you're amazing. Yeah, you know, I think back to that time when I met you with great fondness. Okay, good. No, I really do. It's like, I don't mind people that are a little hostile. I really don't. I'm like, wow, this is cool. They actually believe what they're saying. They're not just trying to manipulate. I mean, when somebody's telling the truth... as they see it. I love listening. I don't care if people are hostile. That means that they care. And so I see that as, wow, that's the person I want on my team because they're convicted and they are not going to stand down when things are wrong. And they're also going to save me from traps. If I, if there's a trap laid out there, it's somebody that'll save me from a trap, you know, because we, as nobody knows everything. So we need, we need people around us that will help check us and, or, or, warn us if they see something that that is wrong or also tell us something that we don't know you have to have that around you and uh and and be a little bit you know thick-skinned about it too because not going oh they hurt my feet wings they didn't talk nice to me Spare me. You know, you you are not you are not whimpering over in the corner because you were being put to the test a little bit. You were you were taking it all in and gone. I think I'm going to have to look into that and tell me more. That's usually my response. I don't know something. I'll say I'll say tell me more. I need to understand this. That was actually one of the reasons, too, why the court jester was actually a very important position. It was because in a kingdom where any descent to the crown would be met with swift punishment... the court jester was generally allowed to kind of actually speak their mind because it was, you know, considered to be, you know, just kind of humor or ingest. But in a lot of cases, they actually kind of served as the voice of the people and or the voice of legitimate criticism to try and get the, try and get the ruler to actually think about their actions and, Yeah, that's a really good point, Ralph. Back to the chat. Love says MLK was not the great man we were led to believe. And, you know, a lot of people, to your point, Love, is that a lot of people have been blackmailed. And so there's some good people that were blackmailed and there's some really bad people who just jumped right on that sinking ship and that boat for money and for power. So it is a thing. Court Jester, let's talk about that just a little bit more. Do you have any examples of radical change that were brought upon by Court Jester that you know of? None that I know of. From what I understand, it was more of a gentle nudging because no monarch would want to actually admit that their policy was dictated by a jester. But it was something that they were not really acknowledged, but you see several indications by people that they were kind of like they were very, they were very important. And that's part of the reason why they were kept around was, you know, to play the fool, which the fool was not necessarily a, uh, the same way that we would see it nowadays as being, you know, not particularly intelligent. It was more of, you know, kind of the comedy role, but by the same token, somewhat like how in some cases certain stand-up comedians also kind of weave in a commentary on, kind of social commentary into their comedy routines. Mm-hmm. you'd have the same kind of thing with a jester, except their audience was the monarch. And so in a lot of cases, they were kind of silently influential. Yeah. Like George, like George Carlin, George Carlin, remember his, his comedy routines where he said, you know, it's a great big club and we ain't in it. Yep. Same kind of idea, you know, telling the truth, but in a way that's palatable and, to people that would otherwise not listen. Good point. Really good point. What'd you think about the heritage foundation site that Bill brought up? I thought that was amazing. I never heard of it before. Yeah, that was cool. Yeah. I'm going to go and poke around on that thing a little bit and see here. I'm going to bring, I've got the site pulled up here. So instead of just looking at the database, let's check this thing out in case anybody else wants to jump on our felony notebook thing that we're going to put together. And check this thing out. This is 50 years. Fraud databases. Proven instances of voter fraud. Criminal convictions. Civil penalties. Judicial findings. And then you can search the database. Choose a state. And then I went up to the top here and I was looking at all and say, well, let's see what we have up here about. I'm guessing that like a lot of other things, this is just another example of people fighting in their own way, in their own role to play. There is so much information out there about election alone. Can you be trained to be a poll worker? Can you examine where people live to look at the roles? Can you, like the gentleman you had on the call last week, look closer at The details and put it into a way that you know technically knowledgeable people can really understand and explain it to dumber people in a simplified way. There's so much out there. That it's overwhelming, but it's fantastic. I love it because, like that biblical principle of parts of the body, many parts of the body are all dependent on each other. And they all have a role to play. It's distinct and individual. And you have so many resources for this election material that's all... Coming out, it's taken time, but it's all coming out and being shared and the people have access to it. And the more they are able to look at what somebody else took the time to do, the easier they can come to a conclusion. and want to take an action on it it's a snowball that's building and building and it's getting larger and larger and then you see how they're treating trump and you're going okay i get it i get it now you know that's what i see happening so quickly right now So this is, I went through here and I saw the name Van Andel and I wanted to see if she was attached to Amway and she sure is. Look at this. And Peter Island Resorts, retired in 2006, but they were there. It's just like people do not, I would want to look into this a little bit. Just so you know, I've got a lot of questions about what's happening here with the DeVosses and Amway, a lot. I do tend to think, though, that just because someone is in the same family as bad people doesn't necessarily mean, you know, you still have to judge them on their individual merits. Because I think there are virtuous people in some of these oligarchical families that are working for the good of everyone as well, you know. Agreed. But you got to look at it and you need to know who you're talking to. And this is a very important process to go through to see who's attached to who. Absolutely. We have good people and bad people in all organizations. And you have to take the time to find out who's behind it. Well, and you guys saw the case about the Michigan Independent Redistricting Commission or whatever that organization is called now. Yeah. How they gerrymandered the last redistricting based on racial lines, correct? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'm just, I'm just clicking through it. You can, you can continue to talk there off about what you wanted to say. Yeah. So it's, it's, you know, I, that's one that didn't even result. I'm, I doubt that it would even make it onto the list on here because it didn't result in a conviction of any individuals. It was the entire, the entire committee failed to do its job properly. And there have been several resignations from what I understand and shakeups in the personnel on that committee because people are finding the processes that they're using to be antithetical to their purpose. That's an interesting one to look into. Well, here you go. We've got President Trump's administration embracing 64% of heritage policy. Kind of liking that. And shall I say, I will digress now, but we're not going to call him Trump's thing. It's President Trump, the rightful president of the United States. And Karen the Riveter agrees. I can actually with my little Karen statue. I need one with like posable eyebrows. so there you go yeah it's good it's good to look through this stuff you know and i i don't think that there's any organization out there that's pure and everything's been infiltrated so to that point that you know we can you you want to look and know who you're talking to but realize that they've all been infiltrated so you got to think for yourself a little bit i think that's one of the things that we had to learn everything i'm seeing happening around us is like I keep posting it that way. Oh, this is great because while it looks terrible, it's also like another fantastic opportunity for somebody to open their eyes a little bit wider. And everything that is happening is somebody else's straw, you know, the last straw that broke the camel's back. Everything that is happening is like, okay, bring it, bring it, because You're going to awaken more people. And it's happening faster and faster. And like Trump in Iowa, I was like, yeah, Iowa caucus, Trump's going to win, okay. But the impact that it had seemed to be so explosive and so comparing contrast. Boy, the way the mainstream has been handling it and the way the people are handling it. can be two very different things so it makes it gives you an opportunity to see how people are responding are they angry are they happy who is on the side of the people and who is on the side of something other than who is confused because they haven't learned it yet I think there are a lot of people that are acting like the woman in the video with Vivek out of fear. Maybe they're for Ron because they think Trump is so attacked he's going to be taken out. And that's a legitimate concern, but it's not It's not, you know, they think of it as common sense, but it's not virtuous and moral and faithful. It's based entirely on fear. They haven't learned that lesson yet. And that's where I'm like, you know, there's there's some anons out there who are like, ha ha ha, mocking the Ron DeSantis people, especially because you lost, you lost, you're a fool. No, there are people that have yet to learn that lesson. It's like watching the GOP crumble. I don't celebrate it because they're real people with real consequences and it's very hard for them. And I recognize that there are a lot of people who are there because that's where they thought they should be. Local action equals national impact. And they're like, well, I got to be a precinct delegate. That's why I did it. And I realized really quickly this wasn't where I needed to be. I wasn't going to take the party down with me, but I was just going to be like, I think I've got something better to do for me. But over time, I can see there are people there who are spinning their wheels because they don't know another way. And they just keep thinking, well, if we try harder here, maybe we can succeed. They just haven't learned the lesson yet. And it's okay. Eventually, I think they will. A lot of them will. They have to learn things the hard way sometimes. And I think that the main lesson here is that when you see something that's wrong, I want to know that somebody has the guts, the fortitude to call it out and remove it. You don't just let it go because of... irrational emotional responses. If there's something that needs to be called out, you have to deal with it. You can't just keep saying, well, we're going to keep going. You know, it's like, this is how we got in this position in the United States, that exact attitude of people not being able to take care of business. And it may not be comfortable, but you have to have people in place that are going to take care of business and say, this is the line you cross it. We're done. And, and when, when it comes to criminality and that sort of thing, that's how it's like with a constitution. That's how we got here. People are like, well, okay, well, okay. And all of a sudden we started from this baseline and now we're everywhere and there's no law whatsoever. You, you have to have somebody that will actually take care of business. I want to show you guys something that I think is really interesting. Um, I don't know if you've heard about Ingersoll Lockwood. And I think this is something that a lot of, at least a lot of my friends are very interested in. Space Force is hiring. Why is this here? Well, I tell you what, I've been aware of this site for many years. And one thing that's really interesting is if you start watching this, you'll find that there are little things that are hidden here that you can take your time, And you can roll over things and all of a sudden you'll realize that's a link. Sometimes there's dots on the page. But you can go in there and you can explore them. And they're hiding things in here for you to go in and look and figure out. I want you to think about this. It's kind of interesting because Ingersoll Lockwood was the publisher of Barron Trump's There's a couple of books that they did. I'm going to botch the name right now. But I want you to, there's something going on here with this. And I think that this is significant of what we're looking at here. We've got a large virus that's coming out. And, you know, we've got somebody that's got an oxygen mask on something here. We've got a black swan and a white swan. Oh, look at the file name. What's that? Look at the file name. Yeah, there you go. 117.24 doubles. I think it's very interesting. There's a storm going on. I want to see what's going on back here. Let's see what's going on. We've got something going on here. Falling apart. Something's falling apart. We've got... Falling apart or being built. Could be. Something's being left in the dark. I don't know. I don't know how to interpret it, but it's, it's really interesting, but I find this to be really interesting in this Ingersoll Lockwood thing. Over time it's changed. And for a while there, they had, there was a video on, I'd have to spend some time. I don't know if it's still up or not, but there was a video on the mailing address at the bottom. Yeah. Washington, D.C. I have to 17. So I think this is really interesting, guys. Isn't that interesting? But you can spend some time, you know, just going around. It's quite often. There'll be just something that you'll mouse over and find that is up. There it is. I found something. We don't believe in the QAnon conspiracy, nor would we ever believe. Okay, so I just moused over something here. Let's see what else is there. Oh, moused over that again. I look at everything. So let's see. We've got the mouse. Oh, it's a whole line here. It's not just the mouse. It's the line. Okay, cool. I spent some time going over things. Well, let's see what this is. There's a 17 that's asking you to click on. Let's see what we've got there. Okay, now we've got a video. Let's see what the video says. Zamiya is my teacher. All I see is the battle. You see my victory. Okay, go look that one up because I'm going to get a strike here if I play too much of it. But there is one at 17. Let's see what else we got here. Another interesting thing there is the copyright is for dates in the future, which shouldn't be. And he's using the Jewish year, which has some interesting connotations there where it says the year is 2024, 5784. Cool. I missed that one. Let's see what this is. Why did Jesus not defend himself before Pilate? Well, I don't know. Let's listen to this answer. While a Christian should never seek death, not defending oneself in order to achieve a greater good is permitted. Some examples would be a hostage can agree to stay behind while others are freed. A soldier can jump on a grenade to protect others. Occupying a gunman as long as possible so others can escape, knowing full well he will kill you once he realizes that everyone's escaped. Allowing yourself to be taken prisoner and hostage. so others can escape. Jesus, before Pilate had the purpose beyond its immediacy, Jesus was willing to be defenseless for the greater good of salvation of humanity. These situations are distinct from depression or apathy. It must truly be a free choice for a greater good and not merely indifference towards one's life. Okay, let's go back here a minute. First thing I think of is Trump. Yeah. Let's go back here. We're going to continue on here. Let's see if we can find it. We have no social media accounts and do not post on social media. And then in the bottom right corner, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Okay, something here. See, I had to mouse over it to get that. Let's see what we got here. Let's see. Let's see if I can find another one. Justice.gov. Durham report. Oh yeah, there you go. Alright, let's keep going here. I think this is really interesting. It's kind of fun. It's an unusual address for anything at the Justice Department too. It actually said Durham report in the URL, which. Most of the stuff that I see there is identified by a number instead. Here's an S, an S is active. I got to look. I got to look at, okay, the Abraham Accords. Yay, President Trump. The rightful president of the United States. There you go. All right. As we continue on, because that's what we do. Okay, so we ended up on the S, right? The year is. Oh, wait up. What, what? D-class, space force. Future proves mass. It's an archive.org of their own site. Funding, American exceptionalism. Where have we heard that before? Some images below are rendered, yes. And most are copies of the Majestic 12. And their work continues. Do we know what that is, guys? Yep. Yep. And right there, he's got another, actually a couple more mentions of 2030. See if there's anything to click on here. You could spend a lot of time doing this guys. It was just kind of cool. Should we just read it out? Let's go ahead and do that. I want you to know that the movement we started is only just beginning. The belief that a nation must serve its citizens will not dwindle, but instead only grow stronger by the day. Our traditions will be cherished, our faith will be strong, and our future will be brighter than ever before. The best is yet to come. Okay. Now I'm going to get a strike here. So let's go move on. If there's anything else here, I can, there was your work original and, uh, well, let's see, let's, let's see. There's the majestic 12. Let's go. Their work continues. No UFO stuff. I think I think things are going to get real interesting here. I think they're already interesting, but I agree. I think it's going to get really crazy now. Where did I find that? That was the link here. That was that one behind 5784. Let's see what else we have here. Let's find little cool things. There's something there. What is this one? Every leap forward starts with asking, can we? Can we use genetics to fight cancer? Robots. If you look at a map, Virginia is halfway between the old world and what we think of as the new world in terms of California. We're literally right in the middle. So Virginia absolutely should be thought of as wine country and we certainly do here. Between the old world and the new world. Think about that. This vineyard block is actually a new vineyard block that we've put in since Trump purchased it. There's been a lot of investment and this particular block, we're right at the top of our property. So a little bit above 1200 feet. hands down the best vineyard block that we have here and certainly takes the most amount of work and investment in order to plant a block like this. Clearing all of the rock, you know, prepping the soil and getting the plant. Okay, going to go back. Let's see. Let's see what else we have here. So where did I leave off here? The T. I wonder, I think we should connect all the dots and the letters. and see if there's a pattern there. We don't believe in the Q and on conspiracy. Okay. Said conspiracy. All right. Oh, there you go. President Trump's accomplishment list. Hey, everybody should know that, right? Archive, Megapill, Economy, National Security. Oh man, I think we should just post this right on my channel today. That's good. The rightful president of the United States, President Donald J. Trump. So let's go ahead and... Isn't that cool? All right, let's go back here. I've got to find a place to put this so that I can remember it. Hold on a minute. You've got lists and lists and lists, don't you? Yes, I do. If I put this in the private chat, let's see if you guys can see it. If not, I'm going to pull something up here and I'll just put it in here for a minute. There you go. And bam all in. All right, let's keep going. Are you going to post it on Telegram later? Yeah, I'll post it on Telegram. As people are watching, I know, like me, I can make it larger on my little screen, but I can't look at it while I'm in here. You've got to be a little bit patient to find this kind of stuff. So if you look through the code, it actually makes it much easier to find the links that he's got. Yeah. Oh, we got another one there on the A. What is it? Phil Wickham again. All right, let's... This marks the potential start of a third world war where we will be hit with a... 17. On a 17 ball. Yeah, so the line with all criminal hacking activities will be prosecuted has got a whole bunch of stuff. Okay. Say that again, Ralph. The all criminal hacking activities will be prosecuted has a whole bunch of stuff in it. Okay, I'm like still searching this out. Hold on a minute. Alright, here we go. Okay, the period. Oh, the I, V, V-I, T, H, C, and there you go. So let's go through this, see what this says. Because we have to. Oh, Johnny Cash. Love Johnny Cash. Yeah, you're going to have to be careful with that, though. Okay. Hold on. We're not done here, guys. This is going to continue. There was a little girl that went on to one of the, I think America's Got Talent or something show and sang that song. And she did a really fantastic job. I always associate it with his deep voice. Okay, we've got Harp. It went viral. University of Alaska Fairbanks Harp. Polar, aeronomy, and radio science. Summer school announced about Harp. High-frequency active oral research program is a scientific endeavor aimed at studying the properties and behavior of the ionosphere. Okay. All right. We're not done, though. That's the H. Because we are digital soldiers and warriors who will track down and look into everything without fear. Welcome. Pop up. Let me look. True the vote. Oh, that would be a fair fight. And they just got absolved of any guilt down there. So that's a good thing. All right, so here we go. T-I-V. Oh, the V. Truth vote again. Lots of truth votes. Okay. And keep going in our most glorious Pepe-ness. Hi. Hmm. Harp and technology and earthquakes. They had a second volcano eruption that was pretty significant recently. Is it? Okay, I'm not advertising for you guys. Sorry. Alright, so we've got the eye. So looking through the code there, he's got one link to the National Credit Union Administration. But he's got a query in there that doesn't actually match to anything. Ill winds in the east, 1717, 410, 20, 45, 47, go for launch. Where is that in the... If I mouse over it, where is it? Oh, I was looking through the code. I'm not exactly sure. Inquiries at. Let me see here. I'm just going to keep up. We got one. Houston, we have a problem. It is in the space right after the Space Force logo. In what? Okay, hang on a minute. It's in a space just after the Space Force logo. It looks like there's an invisible character there someplace, I think. All right, so why are we sitting and spinning here on this? 66, 36, 11, 97, 97, 43, 15, 0.01 east. All right, Googles, cooperate with us. Yeah, see, he's got... he's got a bunch of things that are at the ends of his links where he's adding a, uh, a query string, which isn't actually being acted on by the links that he's sending people to. So you do have to actually look at the links themselves. So like, if you click on the space force logo, it, uh, it takes you to a Colorado Supreme court decision. Um, but then if you actually look in the link, it, It says their downfall is already seen through the looking glass. See page 10 in doc 9. IL 171741020. Tippy top gopher launch 11724. Right there. Cool. There are all kinds of cool stuff in here. You can spend all day mousing over everything. Unless, of course, you can look at the code. Let's see what the logo says. Oh, it's a whole logo. Yeah, I'd recommend just looking at the code. Yeah, yeah. Thanks so much, Ralph. So what you can do for that is if you're in your browser there, hit F12. Right now? Yep. Okay. Hang on a minute. I got old eyes. Okay, there we go. Okay, so you're on the network tab there. So refresh the page. Yeah, should be fine. Okay, now the first thing in that list there is going to be the thing you want to look at. So the list at the bottom. Scroll all the way up. And where it says document there, click on that. And go to response. On the right. No. Okay. That is coming up different there. That's actually rendering it. Go to raw. Turn that on over on the right side. There we go. There you go. Now, if you copy-paste that into a notepad, it'd probably make it easier than looking in that little window there. Well, this is going to be fun. We're going to go through all of this, guys. Yeah. So if you look down around line 920, that's where a lot of the interesting starts. Yeah, actually a lot of those links with the Q parameters are actually invalid. Because like the YouTube links, he's got Q parameters on the end of it after the video parameter, but he's not using an ampersand. He's using a question mark, which means they're not going to actually get interpreted properly. So the only way to see that is if you're looking at the link itself. So smart, Ralph. Yeah, you just got to know what to look for and where to look. This is what a true IT person looks like. Ralph, the IT guy. Yeah, most of the interesting stuff is between line 920 and line 936. Very cool. All right, let's see what else we can click on here. There's all kinds of stuff in here. Let's go here and... See, did you see that reference there at the top before it changed? I did not. Okay, so you're going to have to close that and open it up again. Watch the URL as it loads. Huh. Let's do it again. Sent me to read. All right, we're going to do it again. I wish I could stop it midway. Well, you can see with that. 624. You can see the link if you mouse over it without clicking on it. So not there, but back on the main page. See, it shows it at the bottom. Oh, yeah. Sent me read numbers 62426. Cool. All these cool things. Oh, here's IQT. Let's see what we have there. Innovation with a mission. Visionary startups. Government professionals. Leads from the center of the matrix connecting cutting-edge technology, strategic investments, and purpose to enhance and advance national security for the U.S. and its allies. Isn't this cool, guys? I think this is really kind of cool. Too fun. I think the first time I saw this site was probably, I don't even know how many years ago it was. It was several years ago and things change on here too. So if anybody wants to go there and do a little bit of snooping around, that's kind of fun. So another possible thought for a way to interpret that 62426 as the letters of the alphabet, FXZ, which apparently is a First Trust Materials Alpha Dex Fund. Okay. I don't know if that's significant or not. Okay, look, I'm going to go back and show you guys this because it's kind of cool. So I went over here. And went over the F in funds, match funds. And what do we find? The U.S. debt clock. I love this thing. They've been sending us all kinds of messages on this. So this site that you're exploring, is this just a way to, is this a distraction or an entertainment? Or is it a waking tool? I would say it's probably an information tool. Could be something like a number station, too. There's a lot of things that this could be, but I enjoy it because it's kind of showing us what's happening. Oh, look at it. Every day, well, I can't say every day, but quite often, it changes too. They'll superimpose an image on top of it, and it changes. It's quite interesting. And who operates that? I've been wondering about that. Well, I'm going to take a little guess here. I'm going to guess it's Space Force. or some derivative therein. But that's just me. F. IQT went there. SBA. What's SBA? I'm just asking the question. So could it be an anon? Just a regular, so small? We don't have any answers to almost anything, but we just poke around and we check things out. Got to check out everything, right? Yeah, I'm not criticizing at all. I'm going to guess with this. I knew it. One of the periods at the end. Federal right imposing certain sanctions on event of foreign interferes. Oh, yeah. There you go. Awesome. Like that needs to happen big time. Let's see. What? Document expired. Let's see. Let's just go here. I love this. I think this is just a riot just to look around this stuff. You spend like a couple of days just going through this stuff, guys. Let's see if there's two different ones here. Yep. Yep. Oh, there you go. Epstein documents, 943 pages. Okay. This is interesting. So interesting. If you go up to the top, they've got a library tab. Yeah. Hold on a second. We'll get right back to that. Let's see, what was the file date? 1-3-24. What? Check that out, guys. Okay. This is a new thing. Okay, this is a new thing. All right, go up to the top. Yep, scroll up. Okay. Library. Homework, Enoch. Have you guys read the book of Enoch? I have. I have not. It's been on my reading list, but I haven't gotten to it yet. I know some about it, but I would like to actually read it verbatim, you know. Baron Trump's Marvelous Underground Journey. You want to see something that's really cool on this? I think this is really cool. It's kind of interesting. By Ingersoll Lockwood. I think this is very interesting, and I'll show you why. This is kind of funny. All right. French Huguenot. So my family, part of my family were French Huguenots, which I thought was really interesting. But read this first paragraph invitation of the elector of Brandenburg. Isn't that cool? I don't know. I just think it's kind of cool. I never heard your name until I heard of your name, Brandenburg. I don't think I ever heard that name before. Brandenburg? That's an old name. I'm just wondering how populous is it? Well, I don't know, but it's a very old name, Brandenburg Continental, the Brandenburg Gates and such. So I have something else to say that's really, really kind of cool just to go with us. And this was not a planned thing, but I want to show you something that's really kind of cool. Check this pocket watch out for all of you out there. And I don't know if you can say the name, but the name of the watch is Ingersoll Trump. Mm-hmm. There are no coincidences, people. And so I don't even know how to explain this, but I truly believe that there are no coincidences ever. And I think that this is extraordinary, quite honestly, and very, very interesting. So let's go back to the reading list here. homework, Enoch. This is really interesting. There's so much to look into in this site, and so many odd. There are at least 17 books removed from the Bible. Let's begin with Enoch. I think this is worth looking at, guys. I really do. coming from the Dead Sea Scrolls. But what's really, really amazing is how everything points right back to the Bible and or the Dead Sea Scrolls and or that sort of thing. This is very, very interesting. If you have never read the Book of Enoch, I would encourage you to do such because I find I will read anything. And this is, I think it's amazing. Well, there are several books that are talked about in the canonized Old Testament that there are no longer existent copies of. So there are missing books, and that's actually acknowledged in the current Bible. These are the words of the blessings of Enoch, according to which he blessed the chosen and the righteous, whom must be present on the day of distress, which are appointed for the removal of all the wicked and impious and Enoch began the story and said there was a righteous man whose eyes were opened by the Lord and he saw a holy vision in the heavens which the angel showed me." I think it's really interesting, because isn't that what God does to all of us? He opens our eyes. And I heard everything from them and I understood what I saw, but not this generation, but for the distant generation that will come. Concerning the chosen, I spoke and I uttered a parable concerning them. The Holy and Great One will come out of his dwelling and the eternal God will tread there on Mount Sinai. And he will appear with his host and will appear in the strength and the power of heaven. And all will be afraid and the watchers will shake and fear and great trembling will seize them up to the end of the earth. And the high mountains will be shaken and the high hills will be laid low and will melt like wax in a flame. And the earth will sink and everything that is on the earth will be destroyed. And there will be judgment upon all and upon all the righteous. But for the righteous, he will make peace and he will keep safe the chosen and mercy will be upon them. Pretty consistent with the Bible, I'm going to tell you right now. They will all belong to God and will prosper and be blessed. And the light of God will shine on them. And behold, he comes with 10,000 holy ones to execute judgment upon them and to destroy the impious and wicked. to contend with all flesh concerning everything the sinners and the impious have done and wrought against him. Contemplate all the events in the sky, how the lights in the sky do not change their course, how each rises and sets in order, and at its proper time, and they do not transgress their law. Consider the earth and understand from the work that is done upon it, from the beginning to the end, and no work of God changes it. As it becomes manifest, consider the summer and the winter and the whole earth is full of water and the clouds and dew and the rain that rest upon it. Contemplate and see how all the trees appear withered and all their leaves are stripped with the exception of the 14 trees, which are not stripped, which remain with the old leaves until the new come after two or three years. And again, days of summer. And how at its beginning the sun is above all. You seek shelter and shade because of the heat of the sun. And the earth burns with scorching heat. And you cannot tread upon the earth or upon anything. a rock because of its heat. Now remember, this was found with the Dead Sea Scrolls. I think this is really very interesting and I have read it. I think it's extraordinary. To go back to the, let's take a look at what all that is in here because I think this is very interesting. 119 pages. Hold on. And the mighty kings will at that time be destroyed and given into the hands of the righteous and the holy. And from them, no one will be able to seek the Lord of spirits for their life will be at an end. And those who do not sleep, bless you and stand before your glory and bless and praise and exalt saying, holy, holy, holy, holy Lord of spirits. He fills the earth with spirits. Blessed are you and blessed is the name of the Lord forever and ever. Interesting. Talks about the watchers. It talks about all sorts of things in here. And I think that there's more that we don't know that was not putting into the canonized Bible that we're familiar with. The Bible, the inspired word of God. Let's see what else we have. Safe, clean nuclear energy. Thorium, there's lots more. Carbon negative regenerating farming and all those things. really, really find all of this is very interesting. So there you go. Most interesting to me, quite honestly, is Travels and Adventures of Little Barron Trump and His Wonderful Dog, Bolger, and Barron Trump's Marvelous Underground Journey, 1900 or The Last President. That's pretty interesting, too. So just so you guys know, it's kind of an interesting site to peruse and go through. Digital soldiers and anons have known about this for a very long time, this site, and thanks to all who put the work into it. There you go. And all the Pepes approve. And coincidentally... So does Karen the Riveter. How many little, you've got a Trump doll there. You've got all kinds of stuff. I've got my, she's like surrounded. I have the rightful president of the United States, President Donald J. Trump with how many boys and girls? 17 phrases. Okay. I have no choice but to tell you you're fired. I have no choice but to tell you you're fired. So, yes, I've got all kinds of toys around here to work with. So, anyhow. Well, guys, I think this is a lot of fun. I want to go to something and close out. If you guys have anything else to say, speak now or forever hold your peace. Oh, if you're not laughing, you're not doing Patriot right. Maybe I should say you're not doing faithful right. Because I'm laughing every day. There's so much to be joyful about and not worry about. I think I told you about how the other day I wrote a list of all the things we were supposed to be fearful of that day. And I came up with 27. And the point being, I'm not worried about any of that. Yeah. Because when you know that God is in control, the battle belongs to the Lord, you don't have to worry about any of that. You can transcend above it. It is beneath you to be fearful. That is not for you. That is for someone else. And it's part of their transition into being more awakened and learning how to be a critical thinker. We are all on that stage together. all on that same timeline in different places. And we need to show kindness and compassion to everybody and not mock those who are just somewhere behind us because they're lions too. There's a lot of lions behind us that are waking up and we need to help them along a little bit. Little lion cubs. So go out and be jesters, huh? Yeah, go out and do gestures. You know, find fun in things. Like, you know, find fun in things and point out what's wrong and just keep bringing it, guys. Just keep bringing it. I was really thrown when he said the thing about the jester because I always see the jester as that little guy that sits on Jabba the Hutt's tail and laughs all the time. Well, let's listen to a little bit of Scripture. Scripture. 15-16 Now my eyes will be open and my ears attentive to the prayer that is made in this place. For now I have chosen and consecrated this house that my name may be there forever. My eyes and my heart will be there for all time. Deuteronomy 6, verse 6 through 9. And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children and shall talk of them when you sit in your house and when you walk by the way and when you lie down and when you rise. You shall bind them as a sign on your hand, and they shall be as frontlets between your eyes. You shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates. Isaiah 43 One through three. Fear not, for I have redeemed you. I have called you by name. You are mine. When you pass through the waters, I will be with you. And through the rivers, they shall not overwhelm you. When you walk through fire, you shall not be burned, and the flame shall not consume you. For I am the Lord your God, the Holy One of Israel, your Savior. Colossians 3, 12 through 17. Put on then as God's chosen ones, holy and beloved, compassionate hearts, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience, bearing with one another. And if one has a complaint against another, forgiving each other as the Lord has forgiven you. So you also must forgive. And we're going to stop right there. That's a great thing, talking about forgiveness when we've had people that have hurt us and such, not to lash out, but to forgive them for the personal offenses that we feel. Because it's hard. It doesn't matter who it is. Somebody's going to offend you at some point in time, no matter what relationship you're in. It's just the way it is. And we need to forgive those people that we know, hold people accountable that are breaking the law and such. That's not what I'm talking about. But when it's a person, we have to forgive them when they're really, truly brokenhearted towards what they've done. And that's how we create peace is getting past our grudges. Don't hold grudges on people. So with that said, I want to throw this out there just today before we end. One of my sons had a friend that committed suicide last week. This is a couple weeks ago. And it was very, very, very heartbreaking. And then another one called not too long ago. And the only reason why he didn't accomplish a suicide was because of his dog that was there. So thank you, God, for his dog. And finally reached out. to my son and said, I don't want to bother you or take your time or dump on you and such, but I want to let you know that I am so depressed that I, I'm so, I'm so depressed that I don't know what to do. And my son, who is a very, very nice person, stayed up all night just talking to this person and making sure that he wasn't alone and such. And then I had a couple of people on my at Brandenburg4MI account on Telegram that reached out to me and said, I'm so alone. I am so alone and so depressed. I just feel like when will I ever find... real friends in the world so i reached out to them and uh going back and forth just a little bit and and that sort of thing and i want to let everybody out there know that this is a very stressful time for a lot of people if you're feeling that way it's not entirely it is not entirely on an unexpected reaction. Don't stay alone. Go find somebody that you know will listen to you and cares about your feelings and that is willing to sit with you and stay with you because it's a temporary feeling. So don't let a temporary feeling dictate permanent life. actions. That's not the best way to approach it. When you have bad feelings, they pass. They will pass. We all have bad feelings at times. We all have things that are bothering, but there are people that will care about you no matter whether you feel good, happy or not. You don't always have to be happy. You don't always have to tell people what you think they want to hear. You need to be real and be yourself. And the people that really truly love you will stand by you. They will love you even if you're having a bad day or you're feeling sad or depressed or whatever. Someone who truly loves you will stay with you through those things. And one thing I told my kids while I was raising them is that if you're lucky enough to be born into your spirit family, that's fantastic. If you're not, I was not, then you have to go and find those people who are God's people who are loving. And you need to find people who will love you and stay with you, no matter, without conditions. who actually care about you. You're never alone. God is always with you, but he also uses people. And if you're out there and you're feeling, you know, you're not feeling that way, open your eyes and let's find these people who are lost sheep that need a family, that need someone to care about them. Because there's a lot of us, there's not enough of us out there that are willing to get out of our comfort zones. And and hold on to somebody. And I mean that by sitting with them, smiling with them, whatever it is, and walking through with them like the Holy Spirit does with us as a paraclete, and doesn't just talk, but actually puts their belief in action. If you need to talk to somebody, my number is real easy to find, but I'm going to make it even easier for you right now. Because for some reason, I feel like the world has lost its marbles here. And, and, and the reaction of feeling depressed about that is a reasonable, is kind of reasonable because the world is so full of hate and anger that, and it's, it's real hard to rise above that at points in time. And if you need to talk to somebody or you need someone to help you, you can reach out to me. My phone number is 616-430-4410, 616-4410. 430-4410. I care about you as a person. I don't care if somebody's perfect. That's not what we believers, true believers, look at as a metric. We're here to serve and we're here to be a help. We're here to help anywhere in God's creation when there's a person who is suffering or having problems, don't hesitate to reach out at any point in time. And we can walk through anything together. There's nothing that this world will throw at us that we can't walk through. We just have to call on God and he will come into the situation. He'll open things up in ways we can never even imagine. But you know what? Your family's out here looking for you and waiting for you. And that family is a family of God, the true believers who truly care about you because God created you. You're important. He created you exactly as you are. And that's good enough for us. You don't have to be perfect in the eyes of the world. You just have to be you. And that's good enough. And we will love you as you are. Whether you come to us with a lifetime full of hurts, anger, depression, brokenheartedness, I care. And I know that Ralph and Karen care because I happen to know the family of God. I know people that truly are believers in Jesus Christ who try our best to do the right thing in all circumstances and are willing to care for the lambs of God and his flock. the people, his creation. Do not sit by yourself. Don't just sit and be depressed and feel alone. There's no hope and no way out. There's always a way out. And you've got people that will help you no matter what it is, because we love you and we truly care. And with that said, let's say a prayer here. And I'm going to let Karen and Ralph chime in on this too. They silenced themselves, but feel free to put your two cents in with us at any point in time, because we stand as the family of God together to be a force here in this very dark world. We will never back down. We will never stop fighting for you. We will never abandon you. We're going to stand. We're going to stand firm by the strength and the power of Jesus Christ, our Lord and savior who walks with us, who indwells within us and who enables us to stand through all things and do all things through Christ who strengthens us. Thank you, Donna. Um, Like I just said, we have to remember to be kind and compassionate to one another because we don't know what someone else is feeling. And there are people who are very distressed about what's been going on around them. So I'm encouraging people to find the joy because it's there. But if you're confused, which a lot of people are, and you're frustrated, it's really easy to feel guilty or frustrated. alone or hopeless. And I really, truly believe that there is a lot of reason to hope and look forward to a much better future. I think it's going to look a little scary and we might see some losses. We might have some consequences, but we're going to be okay. And we do need to reach out to those around us and encourage them along the way just like i said earlier because we as donna pointed out we don't know who's really hurting if they are not reaching out and it you don't know you know karen the river how did i get karen the river's name because karen's name got dragged through the mud And I said, you know, it's time that the name Karen gets brought back because I hope and I really, really hope that no Karen decided to kill herself because she was heavily mocked and called names by perfect strangers all over the internet, all over the world. Simply because of her name. But if you're already concerned about something like COVID, you're losing your job, you don't know how you're going to feed your children, and then somebody's saying you're a terrible person, that might be that last straw that sends somebody in the wrong direction. So you and I are really good, I think, at doing it the opposite way. We are hopefully the first straw... to encourage somebody we might be the one voice you're doing this every day the end of every single show you're encouraging people you are not alone and i thank you for that because you might be that one voice that says to someone who's feeling alone you're not alone and it's going to be okay i really believe it's going to be okay that's how i can laugh But not everybody's laughing, and I realize that. And it's not okay to just go mock someone else who, for example, took a shot. Because they're hurting, and they're afraid, and it's not okay to say, well, I'm a pureblood, and I'm better than you. No, I'm not doing that. Everybody's a victim. and everybody has had some really bad times in the last few years and it's wearing on people but just encourage and um help help others find the faith and if you're feeling down and you find somebody else that you can help it's like that scene in forest gump where you just lean against each other and you keep your heads up out of the mud we can do that for each other too on this side Want to chime in, Ralph? I'll do so briefly. I've got some intermittent background noise here, so I'll just keep this brief and hope it doesn't come up before I finish. But you guys have said it well, and I guess about the only thing I could add to it is, in the words of VeggieTales, God made you special and he loves you very much. I love VeggieTales. VeggieTales is amazing. So with that said, dear Heavenly Father, thank you so very, very much for this day and for each and every precious, precious person that is out there listening to this. And all people, we are very thankful that you have made each and every one of us completely unique and special. We don't always agree with each other. We aren't made exactly alike. We're all unique. And we embrace your creation and not trying to play you, just being here to help and to reach out to a hurting world that truly needs to know that they're important. I ask that you would reach out to every single person out there, let them know how significant that they are to you, that you care about them, that you created them, that they are special, that you're walking with them, that you see everything that they do and you're just waiting for them to reach out to you. We ask that you would help anyone who's hurting. who is contemplating suicide and send them someone that will reach out to them and just sit with them and help them to get a better perspective, to know that they're not alone. They are more valuable than words can ever say. And they just may be feeling some very extreme and real sadness right now, but that passes. Bad things always pass. And as we lean on you, We see the joy in all situations, that there's joy, that there's things that we learn. Even when things feel like they're hopeless, we're learning. There's always that moment that you grace us with that aha moment on why we had to go through that. Sometimes it's just because we need to be able to empathize with each other and know that depth of despair. And or there's maybe another path you want us to take. And we thank you for that so much. You're showing us each step of the way. Not everything is on top of everything going right all the time. But even the bad things that happen are teachable moments that you're showing us something that we needed to know and that equip us to be even stronger to be more faithful and to walk closer with you. And we are thankful for all things. Work together for good to those who love you as you call us to your purposes. And we're just thankful. Thank you for Karen. Thank you for Ralph. Thank you for Bill. Thank you for all of those who steadfastly fight, who are unwavering in their pursuit of your good purposes, your kingdom on earth as it is in heaven. We thank you so much for that. We thank you for giving us the opportunity to serve mankind in your creation in this way. It's quite an adventure, I got to say. And we're thankful for your help. You're a great friend to us. And we want to be a friend to you. We love you. In Jesus' precious name we pray. Amen. So there we go, guys. Let's go out and change the world one person at a time. One heart at a time. If Jesus wanted to change the whole world at one time, he would have. But he went to person to person to person. He changed the whole world in his death. But he also went to people one at a time. And that's what we need to do. So with that said, go to brandenburgforgovernor.com because I'm the best non-conceder, the bullhead of all bullheads, the one who is unwavering and unwilling to concede to cheated, stolen, fraudulent, wrong, fake elections and going to keep punching forward. And to everyone out there, remember, you're precious. Don't let things that don't matter get you down. It's like you got to rise above it and reach out. Just reach out. Someone is going to be there to help you and that will care. I promise you that. So with that said, God bless you. God bless all those whom you love and God bless America. Make it a great day. Starts here. It starts here, here and here in our hearts. So we'll see you tomorrow. I've got an election integrity panel on tomorrow, which should be real interesting. The locust standing people. And we're going to just keep moving forward. There's no we're not giving the enemy any ground. We're punching forward. We'll never stop. We're unwavering. Why? Because God called us to do so. We'll see you tomorrow.