FBI Protest in Cleveland…equal justice under the law
A big thank you to Tom Zawistowski of Portage County for this recap of their Cleveland protest held on Thursday, October 3rd in front of the F.B.I. building.
“The First goal of the event was to make a public display that would put the FBI on notice, not just in Cleveland but also in DC, that We the People will not allow them to continue this illegal and unconstitutional behavior. I have received information that our message was received loud and clear, and was delivered to DC.
Our second goal of the event was to get enough media coverage so that other groups of activists would be encouraged to make similar public statements of support for the President and for the investigation being conducted by Attorney General Bill Barr. That is starting to happen as indicated in my email yesterday.
Thank you to all who attended! We had a good time and particularly enjoyed our little confrontation with the General Manager of WKYC TV – which was just 200 feet from where we protested and did not cover the event like Channel 19 TV did. It felt good to tell the “fake news” right to their face that they are liars!
We urge all Patriots to organize sign waves and take action to support President Trump and AG Bill Barr’s investigation into this coup attempt! The Portage County TEA Party is currently planning a sign-wave on the bridge over State Route 8 in Cuyahoga Falls in the next week or so.”
(LFC Comments: We attended this protest to demonstrate our support for what the Portage Tea Party is doing, and strongly encourage Lake County residents to think about the issue of “Equal Justice for All”.
If we have a two-tiered justice system – one for the politically connected elites, and one for the masses, then we will surely become politically unstable and will operate as a “banana republic”, not a constitutional Republic.
The Deep State of unelected bureaucrats cannot be allowed to dictate the direction of the country. We sincerely hope that citizens wake up to the deceptions being thrust upon them by the local and national media. In our opinion, we have gone way past the normal party bickering and have started into a “cold” civil war.)
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