What took place at our nation’s capitol on January 6th was a deliberate (and successful) attempt to silence the people in their calls for the obvious wrongdoing in our elections to be investigated. As they have done so many times before, the left used fear and threats to silence people, with those at the head of our government labeling anyone who dared to question the election as "anti-government." I have spent every day since last November (actually even before then, as I saw where we were headed with mask mandates) trying to get people to use their voices to fight back against the tyranny.
Our voices are the greatest weapon we have in this fight, and THAT is the very reason that the left sought to cut out our tongues. Even prior to the November election, the voices of conservatives were suppressed. Many even proudly considered themselves to be part of "the silent majority."
*But a silent majority holds no power.*
The majority can be controlled by only a few when the power of their voices is suppressed. When it comes to election fraud, we are fighting a tyrannical government who does not wish to address the problem because they know that an investigation into it would reveal that many of them are at the very root of it.
I believe that if we are to have any hope of winning against a government that has been usurped, then we must—through the use of our voices—demonstrate to those who are in positions to effect real change that they are not alone and that they do have the support of a VOCAL majority. I believe that many good people have remained silent out of fear and outright threats. But many more would stand up and fight if they knew that they were not alone and that they had the support of the majority behind them. And quite honestly, if I'm wrong about this and there are not enough good people still willing to speak up and fight back, then I think we have perhaps slipped past the point of any return. But I don't believe we have!
I am willing to do whatever it takes to find out, though. And to that end, I have decided to run for the office of Attorney General. I believe that we must not allow any incumbent office to go unchallenged, and I believe that if people like me will find the courage to put themselves onto playing field as candidates, then we give ourselves a platform to be an example to others and to amplify voices that are not currently being heard.