Tom Jeffries, Chair, Northern Neck Patriots
Guest post by Tom Jeffries, Chair, Northern Neck Patriots
While the mainstream media tries to hide the plight of J6 political prisoners, the nightly “Freedom Corner” vigil is held outside the DC Gulag to share their stories with the world. Although the establishment is trying to silence them, this is a daily opportunity for them to know they are not alone.
The vigil was started in August of 2022 by Ashli Babbitts’ mother, Micki Witthoeft, and continues every night come rain, snow, blazing heat or freezing weather.
David Valentine (Freedom Express Media) and 1791Stormtrooper have been live-streaming the weekly vigils since the very beginning.
** Please support their work here.
They are passionate about helping share J6er’s stories with an even wider national audience. They also provide ways for Americans to support the political prisoners by sending letters of support through patriotmailproject.com and highlighting important issues, including shining a much-needed light on the abuses taking place against J6ers inside prison.
Tom spoke yesterday at a rally and march in protest of political persecution outside of the Department of Justice Building and the FBI Headquarters.
Here are his remarks:
I’m going to talk today about Unintended Consequences. There are many consequences that came out of the events on January 6th three years ago. I’ll focus on just a few.
But first, a definition:
“The law of unintended consequences, often cited but rarely defined, is that… actions of people—and especially of government—always have effects that are unanticipated or unintended.” – Rob Norton; a previous editor at Fortune magazine.
So usually, unintended consequences refer to the negative outcomes from an otherwise well-meaning decision or plan of action.
Often, legislation that was enacted to fix a particular problem ends up creating new problems or worsening others.
We see it all the time. Especially in government. Do they assume no one is watching? Are they too
Source: The Gateway Pundit