We’ve asked our members to get involved in the Patriot Mail Project and send letters of encouragement to the political prisoners from the January 6 rally. Many of you have sent your own letters, and we as an organization sent a few letters which many of you signed. We wanted you to know that some of these prisoners have responded! We got four letters from three people which we’ve attached at the bottom.
Many Patriots went to the January 6 Rally to peacefully protest an election which was loaded with problems. Even before the counting was stopped on Election Night, we saw unsecured dropboxes left all over many counties, we had signature verification quality intentionally weakened, and we saw last-minute changes to voting and counting procedures. Then after Election Night, the judiciary and state legislatures universally stood down.
We’ve learned since January 6 that the FBI had active sources within the crowd that went into the Capitol that day. We’ve seen people in uniform (Capitol police, DC police, or others) help the crowd to enter the building. And finally we’ve seen the DOJ and entire media culture conflate conservatives with violent offenders with white supremacists and declare all of them the most dangerous threat to America. Hence, the treatment of these January 6 prisoners.
Here are some excerpts:
I want to dispel the myth that we deserve equal breaks as Antifa & BLM were given. Predatory behavior and defending the Constitution are NOT THE SAME!!!
A Patriot is called by duty to protect his country when necessary… so WHEN does that Patriot’s duty begin?P Schwartz
The biggest problem that America faces today is that we as a nation have forgotten about God. Reverence is in short supply. People are saying this or that life matters when they should be saying that SOULS matter.
I hope to be free soon. I have been imprisoned since January 20th. It’s all been a very disgusting experience of excessive injustice. I am trying very hard to not let it corrupt my heart. I want to help and do the right thing, I just wish I knew what that is all the time.G Miller
You opened your missive urging me to “Stay Strong” and today is one I needed to retreat to correspondence over, it is my daughter’s second birthday and it is sad to be away.
I too pray for speedy relief! But I feel resigned to seeing this through, this all must have a purpose… Can we expect fair trials? We have been made monsters. Karl Dresch of MI finished his case but was told by his judge that he was not a patriot, not a political prisoner and that 1776 was fought against men like us.
My eyes have fallen over the books of Peter and Paul the prisoners and came away with a good verse, 2 Corinthians 4:8 — “We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed, we are perplexed, but not in despair, persecuted, but not forgotten, struck down, but not destroyed.” Although this is a dark spot and that it may seem as though we are buried, maybe it is that we have been planted.K Fitzsimmons
Please keep them in your prayers as we try to right an upside-down world. Thank all of you for participating in this project, and continue to plant seeds of truth, honesty, and fair justice so that we can harvest from better soil in this ever-divided country.