OPINION: Veteran Encourages Fellow Americans To Stand Outside And Stand Up For Fair Elections

Part of the plan from the left in order to force Joe Biden into the White House is to batter people with misinformation, while censoring the truth. Then, people will eventually get tired, and that fatigue will lead to a surrender. Sadly, these tactics are working on some Americans. There are many patriots however who know full well that the 2020 presidential election was not legitimate and they’re willing to fight for President Trump. The problem is, many of those people just don’t know what to do.

With fake news bombarding us daily, many Trump voters think the election is over. Cheating or not, they have been convinced Biden will be sworn in next month. RINO governors like Doug Ducey and Brian Kemp seem to be proudly waving the white flag. This discourages people.

Others continue to fight. They’re speaking out on social media, attending rallies, and demonstrating in front of state houses nationwide. Rallies and visits to government offices however, are not daily occurrences. Many Americans want to know what they can do in the course of a regular day. One veteran may just have that answer.

Steve Becker is a commercial fisherman in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Before that, Becker served our country as a U.S. Marine for 26 years. He loves America and he won’t sit idly by while our precious right to vote is being destroyed. He’s come up with some out of the box thinking to spread the word on liberty.

“My idea is for people to peacefully go out between the hour of noon and 1pm, to simply show unity that we demand a fair vote count,” Becker told Sarah Palin dot com. “The mainstream media is making it sound like nobody cares. I feel all Americans need to show their support for our democracy and this is one way of doing so. Setting up a rally requires permits and people need to drive sometimes great distances to participate. This simple practice of just going to the end of your drive way, or out on your side walk, will show your neighbors, local media, and your local politicians our support for the constitution and our democracy.”

People can wear a MAGA hat and hold an American flag to be noticed. Balloons, Gadsden flags, Trump signs, or anything that will draw attention can start a meaningful conversation. Other citizens who have been disenfranchised need to know there are people out there who will not accept a rigged election.

“Trump got cheated, yes, but more importantly, I strongly believe that the American people are being robbed of a fair election,” Becker said. “Ultimately, I want to see voter signature comparisons between the ballot and the voter registration form. Just because a piece of paper was delivered to a polling station, does not constitute a valid ballot.”

Becker is right. President Trump is willing to fight for this, as are millions of Americans. Some just need to be pointed in the right direction.

Whether Becker’s idea takes off in the exact form he mapped out with the noon-1pm timeframe, or if people just engage with their neighbors casually, these conversations have to happen. They have to happen for our exceptional America to continue to exist.

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Becker fought for all us for decades as a Marine. Now, he’s asking his fellow Americans to fight for our precious right to vote. It’s worth a shot. Stand outside tomorrow at noon and tell someone how you feel about this election. Perhaps that display of passion will inspire an elected official to take action.

At the very least, you will be sending the clear message that you care about free and fair elections. Unity can lead to big things. Our nation is worth the effort. Trump and Becker are certainly doing their part.


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