King George, Virginia

08 March 2021

Fellow Members of the King George TEA Party:

We had an absolutely fantastic meeting this past Thursday when candidate surrogates for the Kirk Cox for Governor campaign, Glen Youngkin for Governor campaign, and the Glen Davis for Lt Governor campaign presented their platforms and answered questions on behalf of the candidates.  Jason Miyares, who is a candidate running for Attorney General, addressed the audience personally.  I want to thank Ron McElrath, from the King George Republican Committee, for setting this up.

I also took the opportunity to address the audience to remind everyone that during our 1 April meeting we will hold an election for the KGTP Chairman.  During that meeting anyone wishing to address the audience will be provided time to do so and then we will vote.  Please give consideration to this opportunity and your chance to serve your fellow KG citizens as the KGTP Chairman.

In the compressed timeframe that I had (roughly 30 minutes) I stepped through the structure of subversion depicted in the graphic provided last week (see the
KGTP Newsletter for 3 March 2021).  The first thing we did was to discuss the subversive activity that we can see in daily news reporting.  Here is the list of what was brought up as examples:

  • Financial Coercion: Banks not providing loans to conservatives. The MyPillow incident.

  • Political Corruption: Activities by various government agencies during the Trump investigations. Corrupt politicians that have yet to be held accountable for their actions, examples include Lois Learner and Hillary Clinton. Current House Bill HR1 that will corrupt the election process. Justice Ginsburg engaging in politics. Illegal aliens participating in elections. Bureaucracy cooperating with BLM and Antifa. FBI director Chris Wray saying there was no Antifa at the White House on January 6th when there is evidence otherwise.

  • Economic Corruption: Amazon, Google, and Facebook deplatforming conservative businesses.

  • Psychological Operations: Climate change. The majority of teachers in King George want to go back to school, but a small group of teachers is pressuring the School Board to keep schools closed. The US Military being taught Critical Race Theory. Confederate monuments are being denigrated. The lies in the news related to militias and the Second Amendment.

  • Deception: Benghazi because key decision-makers were led astray. The Supreme Court saying Texas and other states did not have standing to contest the election results.

  • Denial: Facebook denying information spreading / engaging in censorship. Poll watchers being denied access to ballot counting activities in Pennsylvania.

  • Intimidation: Governor of Texas looking at removing the mask mandate, the President threatens no vaccines. Black Panthers showing up at polls.

  • Emotional Coercion:  Commercials aimed at supporting illegal aliens. Instilling fear due to COVID to justify restrictions that scientifically don’t work. 

  • Legal Coercion: Mask laws, shutting downs businesses who don’t require masks.

  • Physical Coercion: Black Panthers at the polls. 

I then asked the members to offer suggestions for what we can do, both as individuals and as a group.  Here is the list of what was brought up as examples:

  • Volunteer to be a “poll watcher” to ensure the integrity of the election process

  • Initiate or volunteer to participate in voter registration efforts

  • Participate in meetings of Parents Against Critical Theory.

  • Speak the truth in your daily life. ‘Each one, win one’.

  • Go to rallies and bring someone with you.

  • Do more than go to Tea Party meetings. Engage in local politics, including Board of Supervisors meetings, Budget Work Sessions, School Board meetings, etc. 

  • Run for political office.

  • Interact with candidates, get involved with campaigns, put up signs in your yard and stickers on your car.

I think the most important thing to do is to get knowledgeable about what is going on in the local, state, and national level.  This will lead to finding a “pet issue” to support and hopefully the initiative to get involved.  Where Republicans are most interested in supporting Republican Party candidates… TEA Party movement folks generally are more interested in advancing ideas… such as protecting individual freedom, ensuring fiscal responsibility, and protecting individual rights.  So find that issue you are passionate about and get involved!

Just an observation regarding the below ‘data dump’ of news:  Of all of the news articles below there are two in the Conservatism / Capitalism section below that you really ought to read.  The titles of the two articles are:

  • Do We Even Have A Republic Anymore?

  • Essential Republicans and Conservatives: This Isn’t an Ideological Debate - This Is a Political War

Both accurately capture the sense of what we Conservatives are facing under the Biden regime.  And now for some news you might find interesting….

TEA Party / Nationalism Movement

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Taxes / Taxed Enough Already

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  • "This tax hike 'adds a significant burden to gig economy and small business workers at the worst possible time,' according to TechNet spokesman Steve Kidera. One tax expert warned Roll Call that many struggling gig economy workers won’t be able to pay the higher taxes, and that IRS penalties 'can destroy a person’s life.'"

  • Democrats Just Snuck a $1 Billion Tax Hike on Workers Into Their COVID Bill


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National Debt / Its the Spending, Stupid!

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First Amendment / Freedom of Speech / Freedom of Religion

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Second Amendment / Right to Keep and Bear Arms

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Fourth Amendment / Right to Privacy

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  • "We have gone from praising the importance of anonymity during the Arab Spring to banning accounts for undermining faith in the NATO alliance in less than a decade, and that 180 too scares the heck out of me. The dramatic change is what makes me distrust these institutions, even more than the proposals themselves."

  • Total Information Provenance, A 180 From Big Tech's Values A Decade Ago

Abortion / Right to Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness

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Corruption / Rule of Law

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National Sovereignty / Border Security / Illegal Alien Invasion

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Conservatism / Capitalism

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Tyranny / Communism / Socialism / Creeping Socialism

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Information Denial / Censorship / Social Media Censorship

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Deception / Propaganda / Social Engineering

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Attacks Against Conservatives

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Elections / Vote Integrity

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As always, I welcome any questions or comments you may have.

King George TEA Party
King George, Virginia