The State of Affairs

My husband and I left a democratic-run state 25 years ago. We relocated here in Alabama, where my family originally is from. We knew this state believed and was run “by the people and for the people’s” freedoms.
Those freedoms now are under siege right now by a tyrannical, bordering on communism, illegitimate regime. It's time for U.S. citizens to save our great country.
The current debt total in our country is heading toward 29 TRILLION dollars. Google that amount to visually see it. That's 86 thousand dollars per citizen; $228,000 per taxpayer, but only 38 percent actually pay taxes (source: US Debt Clock).
Here in Alabama, we spend approximately 434 million per year on illegal immigration (source:  Taxes paid cannot sustain this overhead.
Currently, we have stranded Americans being held hostage in Afghanistan while Afghan refugees stream into the country unvetted from a wasted war!
When there is no border, there is no country!
The Washington regime has now armed the Taliban and ISIS terrorists to the teeth at the cost of 85 billion dollars, but our own government is referring to those who choose not to get the jab, or who support President Trump, as the terrorists!! Sickening and treasonous!
Besides the debt and border crisis, our First and Second Amendments are being attacked. This regime trying to mandate everyone to be vaccinated before you can work, eat at restaurants, attend school or enter a store!This is medical tyranny!
Even though our representatives here are on the right side, it's not the time to be timid.
It's voters obligation to keep them in check. Don't be bashful about calling other states’ representatives.
Don't forget, they work for us! The regime has lied and people have died!!

Patricia Lambert

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