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Public waking up to Washington’s Tyranny

St Augustine, FL 7-26-14
TCC Staff

Public waking up to Washington’s Tyranny
There is Fear across the Land

The public is waking up to the nature of Washington’s abuse of power. Many converts to the Tea Party movement are occurring. The Town Criers witness this phenomenon on a regular basis. This is in spite of the fact that the establishment media, including Fox News, ignores the movement. “Fox News, apparently, is content to ‘carry the water ’for the GOP progressive leadership. They have for some time now, been marginalizing the Tea Party as ‘past its prime and declining in influence.’ Nothing could be further from the truth,” David Heimbold, SATP Media Chairman stated. Continuing, “There was a time when the Republican Party thought it could control the Tea Party. The GOP learned that the Tea Party Movement is too big to control”. Years ago Glenn Beck, radio and TV host, once declared, “We surround them”. Beck was referring to the Liberty Movement made up of conservatives and libertarians. The people that the Town Criers have been engaging for the past three years understand that bad times are upon us but, the worst is yet to come. Will the public resist the Marxist onslaught of the minority? The concept of individual liberty is at stake.

Will the people resist?

“Will the people resist, stand up and defend American Liberty? The answer is up for grabs,” a Town Crier spokesman said. The first encounter of the Town Criers today, was a young man who enthusiastically embraced the signs and Tea Party presence. “I support you in every way,” the young man said. Yet when asked to pose for a Facebook photo, he declined saying, “I can’t do that as it might damage my career.”
And then there was the career military retiree, now serving as a law enforcement officer in Texas, who supported the Tea Party activities, but expressed fear of participating. Why? Because he feared retaliation by Obama’s Gestapo styled IRS.
“These are real fears. Our forefathers faced many fears, yet pledged all. What about you?" The Town Criers ask.

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