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The Liberty Pledge

For Liberty’s sake I pledge to know my Rights and to share this knowledge with others, so that together we can exercise and defend our Rights while we work to restore our Republic as our Founders intended it to be.  When this task is complete, no matter the cost, our Pledge of Allegiance will once again be true when we say, ”One Nation, under God, Indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for All.”  We further pledge to work to unite all of our efforts and to never attack any group that values Liberty; for only by being United in Liberty can we accomplish what God intended. 

Welcome Patriots!  This lawful movement is our last chance for a peaceful restoration of our Constitutional Republic.  The conservative majority of America; the Silent Majority, spoke loudly in 2016 putting Donald Trump in the White House the message was clearly delivered by We the People:  ENOUGH!  Trump supporters celebrated, his opposition was shocked. Trump supporters breathed a sigh of relief and went back to sleep; the opposition quickly recovered and resolved to resist in any way possible.  The opposition includes most of the establishment Republicans, surprised?  Trump vowed to "drain the swamp" and as supporters we cheered loudly and cast our votes.  Whew! We did our part, right?  Wrong.  We proved that "the power of the People is GREATER than the people in power" with the election of Trump.  But did the message we sent, the action we took, even slow down the corrupt, power-hungry elitist?  Not a bit.  The "swamp" cannot be drained without the People taking action to drain it efficiently enough to keep it drained.   Our Constitutional Republic can only be restored by drastic action on the part of the People or else this entire nation will surely fail very, very soon.  Election cycles will not work.  Putting new members into the failed, corrupt system is pointless.  Our current system is flawed and too far gone to save.
     Thomas Jefferson wrote in the Declaration of Independence:  "Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just power from the consent of the governed, That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it,"
    How much more destructive does the Federal Government have to become before We the People at the very least alter it to better serve our interests and put it back inside the framework of the Constitution?  Once restrained, we have to ensure it stays restrained.  Our nations current circumstances outline the mission and define the reasons for the proposals of the Liberty Restoration Committee.​