It is too easy these days to fall into a demoralizing spiral with all the news we read about each day. Heading into this Memorial Day weekend we’ve had a few salient pieces of good news to talk about too. The Storm is approaching.
President Trump has given Attorney General Barr authority to declass the documents related to campaign surveillance.
Trump also ordered the intelligence community to cooperate with Barr. The memo read: “The heads of elements of the intelligence community… and the heads of each department or agency that includes an element of the intelligence community shall promptly provide such assistance and information as the Attorney General may request in connection with that review.”
“Today, at the request and recommendation of the Attorney General of the United States, President Donald J. Trump directed the intelligence community to quickly and fully cooperate with the Attorney General’s investigation into surveillance activities during the 2016 Presidential election,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement.
Knowing what we know about these swamp creatures and the NPCs who support these swamp creatures it won’t turn everyone against them, but it’s the start that is needed. Closer-to-center democrats and anyone with a shred of morality or honesty will see that despite whatever they think of President Trump, the abuse of power to try and remove him in an obvious coup attempt goes far beyond anything attempted before in our history and people need to pay. And hearing President Trump essentially call out Comey, McCabe, and others higher up as traitors, with the penalty of death as a very real possibility, gives some hope that those responsible will not just skate away freely like they assumed they would.
The second huge news story of the day is Theresa May is stepping down as Prime Minister in Britain.
Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation from outside 10 Downing Street Friday morning, stating she would be officially stepping down in two weeks time.
In her remarks outside the Prime Minister’s official residence, Theresa May said she had “done her best”, and “everything I can” to deliver Brexit by negotiating a deal with the European Union, but conceded “sadly I was not able to do so”.
Saying it was time for a new Prime Minister to lead Brexit, Mrs May said she would be resigning as leader of the Conservative Party on Friday 7th of June, so that a successor could be chosen.
The pendulum is swinging back toward nationalism. It has been YEARS since Britain voted to leave the EU and they still haven’t left yet. The European Union, essentially a 2nd attempt to do what the Soviet Union could not, is falling apart. And it can’t die soon enough in my opinion. Its attempt to wreck the nations of Europe has damaged them greatly but many are waking up and pushing back before it is too late. It’s funny to think a lot of people think America has been better off than Europe in this regard when in reality the exact opposite is true. America in its current demographic form will not survive. The European nations still have a chance to stop the inflow before it is too late and preserve their nations. May stepping down is a huge first step. Farage’s Brexit Party is surging. Even Britain remainers see that the vote was made, Brexit won, and they HAVE to leave. Britain will not go the way of other European nations who were forced to keep voting until the EU got the result that they wanted. Funny vid below explaining the frustration of Brexit.
We have a lot to be hopeful about. Evil will not prevail. Demoralization and wizardry are all they have to defeat us. What is hardly ever said is we are still the majority and we really do have the power. Our right to bear arms, and the fact that over 100 million Americans own firearms is one of the reasons we still have control. Let us not forget that.
And let us not forget that the freedoms afforded to this country are only made possible by those men who have died fighting for them. In an ever increasing world of comfort, entertainment, and accessibility to whatever people want whenever they want it, and especially in a country becoming increasingly diverse and disjointed, you will see fewer people willing to put their life on the line to fight and die for these freedoms. Let us not take for granted the ultimate sacrifice these men have made, and let us not waste what they have done because of cowardice, or comfort, or because it’s the easier thing to do.