By Investigative Journalist Corey Lynn of Corey’s Digs
One of the greatest weapons one has, is their voice. Whether that voice be heard through a megaphone, across the air waves, or by pen – each and every one of you can make a difference. Bringing awareness and exposing the truth is crucial in this time of perpetual fake news propaganda, put out to create cognitive dissonance and undermine our Republic.
Getting the word out:
This can be done in a number of ways, from building a blog site, alternative news site, podcasts, videos, distributing flyers, talking with folks in your local community, running free ads/letters in local sources such as your church or homeowners association, and of course taking to social media. It’s important to keep people in the loop of corruption being exposed to wake them from their slumber, but it’s equally important to keep them informed on the upcoming election. If you don’t have the time to write or speak out, be sure to follow those who do, and help push the information out, once you have discerned it to be truth.
Do your research first:
It so important to do your own research and validate information before sharing it. Make sure that the information you are reading is citing actual sources. So often, stories are published without a single link to all of the alleged facts they are citing. That’s always a big red flag for me. If you are not sure where to begin, I have a plethora of resources on my website to help you get started. In addition, I have written a 2-part series teaching folks how to dig deeper. Part one is Hunting The Hunters: Inside The Minds of Elite Corrupt. Part two is Hunting The Hunters: Digging Into Foundations. Hopefully these will give you a glimpse as to how nests and webs operate and where you can begin digging up information on them, especially those in your local community. I always begin my digs with this quick background search to get the nutshell information I need to set me on my path, such as criminal history, employment, social media profiles, potential relatives and business associates, current and previous addresses, and other key information. It speeds up the process significantly.
See something say something:
It seems that not enough people speak up when they see something potentially corrupt going down right before their eyes, whether it comes from a place of fear or concern that their peers won’t believe them. It’s so important to stand up to corruption in your local community. A perfect example of this is the case of a convicted child molester pastor in Florida who was hired right after prison to preach at a church, so as to raise money for them. The entire congregation was aware because they had to separate the children from their parents (due to his 3-year probationary period), and take the children to a different building for services, while this man stood and preached to the parents. Yes, this happened. These folks should be ashamed of themselves for not taking a stand and allowing this to happen. In this fast-paced world, it’s important to look into those that are spending time with your children, to stay informed, and make sure someone doesn’t have a criminal background or is a registered sex offender. Know what to look for in child predators as well. This was just one example of numerous folks not speaking up. If you see something happening in your community, please say something.
Motivate your community:
2020 will be one of the most critical times in our history. If you’ve never used your voice before, to stand up for what you believe in – now is the time! Get bold, be brave, and speak loudly. This isn’t the time to care about what others think of you. This is the time to fight side-by-side with all of those who understand the gravity of this situation, and know that if we fail, we have failed this country and future generations. The tools throughout this Guide are invaluable. Use them, and print out the incredible step-by-step handbook by Engage The Right, and the outstanding voter registration guide by Scott Presler, and share them with the world.