Everyone knows I don't have much love for Alex, but what we accomplished for the cause back then was awesome. And, Waco played a BIG part of that.
This video is a sample of what we did as an alliance of media, and the information that was birthed by the creation of Texas Best Seminars and later, the America's Media Alliance - of which I was president for awhile.
Freedom is not free. (As Daniel New, father of Michael New who refused to wear a United Nations Uniform as a U.S. Soldier, autographed to me in a book that he wrote about the incident).
I worked with these people, and a whole multitude of others across the U.S.A. At one time, someone in Congress exclaimed in frustration that we were doing our job "too well".
Our purpose - our mission - was simple: Ask questions. Wake people up to the fact that things are not as they seem to be. The mainstream media is not to be trusted. And to get "We the People" to start asking their own questions.
Among the people I worked with back then was Rush Limbaugh, and founder of World Net Daily, Joseph Farah, and one of the very first black men to show his face publicly as a staunch conservative, J.J. Johnson (who has since gone on to a more "private life", just as I have). The Hodge Twins and Candace have nothing on him!
I praise God for the experience, and today, with the Trump crowd, I am pleased with how those seeds have grown!
I went to the cleanup in Waco, as the survivors were getting ready to rebuild. My children and I walked around the property, picking up shells and bullet casings that were everywhere. There were hundreds of them! Everywhere!
I was a bartender at The Bottom Line Club on April 19th, when they attacked. We saw it on TV that was on in the bar. Many of the local bikers were there that night, and when the scene played itself off on the screen, you could have heard a pin drop in the bar. One of the patrons slammed his bottle of beer on the bar and simply exclaimed, "WHAT THE H*** DO THEY THINK THEY ARE DOING?!"
That was the moment my life changed. That was the moment that lead me to be who I am today. (Even though, I didn't know it at the time).
Maybe David Koresh was crazy. But, there was NO excuse for what they did to those people. NONE. This was not the America I wanted for my children.
It was several years later that I found myself on the property, picking up shells, attending rallies, sending off press releases, networking with others who were trying to get out other stories to stop what was happening to our country.
We did not succeed in stopping them, but we slowed them down long enough to wake a whole lot of people up.
I am proud of all of those I worked with. I am honored to have known them all.
Many of us have gone on to other things in life. We all still love our freedom, but we have passed the baton to a new generation. I am seeing us slowly be divided and scattered. We should not let that happen. We need to build a united front, as we did back then. We need a strong network like we used to have of all of us, across the U.S.A. And we need participation and support to make it happen. Money was a big problem with me and my contribution. Life doesn't stop, and bills don't either. I just didn't have the time. I needed to rest. Had I had the support, I might still be out there doing it.
Steve Lane saw all that way before I did...
This is why Donald Trump has put so much hope into our hearts. He has the monetary support, the know-how, and the ability to get done what needs to be done. Many of us were skeptical at first, but he far out-did all of our expectations, even for just a "good" leader. That is why it is imperative for us to support him and the cause of freedom right now.
And that is why we need to mobilize ourselves to his defense, much as we have done in the past for the cause of freedom and liberty.