All Lives Matter.
Editorial by Kenny Brownlee (U.S. Patriot)
The Bill of Rights (Amendments I–X)
Congress sent twelve amendments to the states for ratification on September 25, 1789. Ten of these were officially ratified on December 15, 1791: two years, two months, and 20 days after Congress proposed them. Here is a summary
of what those amendments say.
Information from: List of amendments to the United States Constitution - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Let us take a deeper look at the 1st two Amendments:
Do you think any of the 1st two amendments have been under fire in recent years?
I consider myself to be a Christian that worships God the Father of my lord and savior Jesus Christ, the God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob. I voted for then President Donald Trump
because I am Pro-Life, I knew that Joe Biden was pro-abortion and would call for federal funded abortion which he has. I am a US born citizen and have the right
to VOTE which I did, now I am being persecuted by those who insist that I am wrong and should be silenced because I supported President Donald Trump.
“Come on man give me a break”, my faith compels me to be Pro-Life.
You know people will persecute and try to silence those whom they cannot control. It is basically the same thing that white supremacy groups did to Martin Luther King!