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DAVIDSON: Lose Some Friends, But Take A Stand

Don’t put up with the Left’s fabrications, insults, and half truths.

Jeff Davidson

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On March 20, 1960, Elvis Presley and his crew of Scotty Moore and D.J. Fontana took a charter bus to Nashville, Tennessee for a recording session at RCA’s Studio B. Among the songs recorded at that session was, It’s Now or Never, written by Aaron Schroeder and Wally Gold. Here are the song’s captivating, opening lyrics: “It’s now or never. Come hold me tight. Kiss me my darling. Be mine tonight. Tomorrow will be too late. It’s now or never.”

It’s Now or Never became the best-selling single by Elvis with a staggering 20 million copies sold, and is among the best-selling singles of all time.

Tomorrow Will Be Too Late

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In the affairs of true lovers, it’s seldom the case that “tomorrow will be too late.” In regard to the fraudulent 2020 president election, tomorrow will be too late; when Joe Biden is inaugurated on January 20th there will be little opportunity in 2022 for redress,, as some politicians and pundits claim. “It’s right around the corner,” they say.

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When the 2022 elections arrive, given the severity of the election fraud and criminality that the Democrats have perpetrated on our nation, 2022 will provide even fewer, if any, opportunities for Republicans. 2024? Forget it.

At this point, nothing can stop the impending phony inauguration but we don’t have to be silent. If you have to forsake some friends and relatives in taking a stand, so be it. Who among us can to sit around while liberal friends refuse to regard that what has occurred is anything other than sedition.

Seditious Behavior Merits Swift Response

Findlaw.com states that the “federal law against seditious conspiracy can be found in Title 18 of the U.S. Code, which includes treason, rebellion, and similar offenses… According to the statutory definition of sedition, it is a crime for two or more people within the jurisdiction of the United States: To conspire to overthrow or destroy by force the government of the United States or to level war against them; to oppose by force the authority of the United States government; to prevent, hinder, or delay by force the execution of any law of the United States; or to take, seize, or possess by force any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof.”

Related to the fraudulent 2020 election, the operative words for what the Democrats have done are to, “prevent, hinder or delay… the execution of any law of the United States.” How much longer can any of us, who know the truth, continue to put up with Democrat friends, relatives, and associates who either don’t know what’s going on, refuse to acknowledge the massive level of fraud and criminality, or don’t care as long as their side ‘wins’ (and what a hollow victory that will soon prove to be)? They are condoning seditious behavior and nothing short of that.

Stand Strong

Our mission is to stand strong, even among a sea of others who claim that we are halfway to the nuthouse. Stand strong, even if your peers, people in your family, other your relatives, people in your neighborhood, or friends tell you that you are completely wrong. It is they who are wrong, dreadfully wrong, and history will soon prove this to be so.

If we make the monumental mistake, of placating Joe Biden and his socialist ‘vice president’, it will be of little value to have it be known later that they did, indeed, steal the entire process via a seditious conspiracy. Be firm, even when the Leftist paid trolls responding to this article call you nuts. Send them a message right back and let them know that we’re not putting up with their fabrications, insults, half truths, and apologies for seditious acts.

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Dominion Voting Systems Accuses Sidney Powell of Charity Fraud

Her lawyers were NOT happy about it, either!

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In the days following the 2020 election, then-President Donald Trump and his cadre of legal companions began to suggest that something was amiss.  You see, Trump himself believed wholeheartedly that the election was “stolen” from him, and a number of MAGA-aligned attorneys, (both officially and unofficially), began to try to prove just that. On the “official” side of things were folks like Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis – the former of which is now on the receiving end of a defamation lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems that totals well over $1 billion.  This is due to the sort of evidence that Rudy was purporting to bring to the public, in which the former Mayor of New York City believe that the software company had cheated the incumbent President. On the unofficial side stood Sidney Powell – a lawyer who rose to prominence while assisting former national security adviser Michael Flynn, and who has also been slapped with one of Dominion’s defamation suits. In Powell’s case, however, the trouble doesn’t end there. Dominion Voting Systems is suing former Trump attorney Sidney Powell, who baselessly claimed the company’s voting machines were rigged, said in a court filing that Powell’s nonprofit is nothing more than a personal piggy bank, the Associated Press reported. Powell’s organization, Defending the Republic, claimed to donors that it is a legal defense fund to protect the integrity of U.S. elections. But Dominion, which is suing Powell for defamation, is arguing that Powell is using the alleged social welfare organization to pay her own legal fees stemming from her claims about the 2020 presidential election. Powell and other allies of former President Donald Trump said following the election that the company’s voting system helped to steal the election. The company cited remarks Powell made during a radio interview regarding…

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GOP Jumps on Pot Legalization, Citing ‘Individual Liberty’

With over 30 states already allowing for some form of legal marijuana, it may only be a matter of time.

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When it comes to the idea of legalizing marijuana for recreational use, it used to be that the only folks in favor of opening the pot floodgates were the Cheech and Chong types who probably couldn’t tell you what day of the week it was at any given moment. But the times are changing, and the 21st century reality is that you don’t have to partake in the use of marijuana to understand and support its legalization. This is a plant that just about shatters the old rule that money doesn’t grow on trees, with more than 30 states in the union now allowing for some sort of legal or decriminalized cannabis use, and bragging viciously about the economics gains they’ve experienced as a result. Now, even the Republican Party seems to be getting behind the plan to prosper off of pot. Republican lawmakers introduced legislation this week that would federally legalize and regulate marijuana, saying the proposal was necessary to ensure “individual liberty” and protect states’ rights. Representative Dave Joyce, a Ohio Republican, introduced the proposed legislation to end the longstanding federal prohibition of marijuana along with Representative Don Young, an Alaska Republican. The bill would remove cannabis from the Federal Controlled Substances list; instruct the government to create a regulatory framework for marijuana similar to the alcohol industry; allow the Department of Veterans Affairs to prescribe medical cannabis; and protect financial institutions dealing with marijuana distributors and growers. And the economic impact of legalization isn’t the only reason that the issue is gaining mainstream traction. In places like Colorado, where marijuana is legal for recreational use, state health officials have been able to trace to sharp decrease in opioid overdoses to the availability of legal reefer.

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