“The most terrifying words in the English language are: ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help.'” – President Ronald Reagan
“Never let a crisis go to waste.” – Rahm Emanuel, aide to President Barack Obama
As we humans retreat deeper into state-imposed isolation, I wonder how many of us are aware that something big, something really big, of historic proportions, is taking shape.
The life-changing medicine has been administered in measured doses, tiny sips at first. There were warnings to wash your hands frequently and stop the spread of a novel coronavirus that originated in China. That’s easy. No problem!
Each new dose got more extreme: Churches and businesses forced to close. People divided into essential and non-essential. Americans locked down in their homes.
As long as we keep opening our mouths and swallowing the medicine on command, succumbing to peer pressure and a herd mentality, the doses will continue to be offered up, one more severe and distasteful than the other.
At what point do we decide it’s time to spit out this toxic brew?
It should be evident by now that if we continue to swallow the poison, we will be participants in a transformation of American society so complete, so radical, that even Barack Obama could not have delivered it to his globalist masters.
When the finished product is unveiled, people will look at it in astonishment.
How did this happen? How did we not see it coming? And it happened on Trump’s watch!
FBI’s insertion into the case is latest cause for concern
The Amador County Sheriff on Monday walked back his previous statements on the suspicious death of Philip Haney, a prominent whistleblower who exposed how the Obama administration blew off research data that would have helped the government prevent Islamic terror attacks on U.S. soil.
In a hasty statement issued within a few hours of the discovery of Haney’s body last Friday on the side of a state highway in rural California, the sheriff, who also doubles as the county coroner, said Haney “appeared to suffer from a single, self-inflicted gunshot wound.”
That comment planted in the minds of the mainstream media the idea that Haney killed himself. Most did not even report on the death and those that did, like Fox News, played it as a run-of-the-mill suicide.
But after a long weekend in which calls and emails flooded into the office of Sheriff Martin Ryan, and he likely read some of the many accounts of Phil’s exemplary life from conservative bloggers and journalists who knew him, the sheriff changed his tune.
Ryan must have realized this was not any ordinary man whose body turned up on the side of the road in his county, less than three miles from where he was staying in the Pinetree RV Park outside of tiny Plymouth, California.
I have been getting quite a few calls, texts and emails from people asking me about the tragic death of my friend Philip Haney, whose body was found Friday morning near his vehicle not far from the RV park where he was staying in Plymouth, California. He reportedly had a single gunshot wound to the chest.
Everyone is asking the same question. Could the reports of suicide be accurate?