Always Bold, Never Brash

By Charlie Johnston

The last week and a half has been frantically busy – but frantically fruitful as well. In 10 days I drove over 2,000 miles, did four public meetings, three times as many private meetings, and a host of phone calls. Sadly, it is writing here that got pushed to the back burner amid all this. I hope to be fully back on track. The main segment here today is embarrassingly self-referential, but several people have brought up some legitimate concerns that I think I need to address.


I am in Pittsburgh right now. The University of Pittsburgh has done some of the most horrific experiments with fetal tissue of any place in the world. It is truly a center of evil in the world. It has maintained under oath that it does not procure the tissue and organs of dead babies from Planned Parenthood. A couple of weeks ago pro-life activists caught the university’s procurement staff picking up sample bags from Planned Parenthood. If these are organs and tissues from aborted babies, there are several laws violated here, not to mention lying under oath. Of course, even juries in modern America have become corrupted and politicized. In Washington, D.C. juries have apparently decided actual crimes are not crimes at all if they are committed with the intent to stick it to Donald Trump. But no one in my lifetime has been more effective at tattering the noxious narrative of Planned Parenthood and the abortion culture of death as David Daleiden has been.


I pray that everyone has been following the continued developments regarding the Covid shots. The left-wing establishment media has been doing its best to fortify the levies preventing the data from this deadly shot and the deadly practices of our public health establishment and government from flooding into public awareness. But every revelation that comes out shows that this is the biggest medical disaster in history – and it was never justified. Please, in the name of all that is holy and true, do NOT force the shot on your children.


A few years back I was attending a dinner that we often have with volunteers the night before I do a talk. It was in the Midwest – and boy, was it a stormy night, with several tornadoes swirling in the general area. As we gathered I told everyone not to worry – that when I was on my pilgrimage, disasters swirled right around me – massive tornadoes, wildfires, and floods – but never touched where I was at. (Only three people noticed this phenomenon while I was walking. One of them, my brother, Steve, wryly told me they were glad to have me spend the holidays in San Diego with him and his family, but they were not going to let me leave). The dinner went on while the winds howled relentlessly outside, knocking down huge branches and more than one tree. As we finished up, the host husband looked at me and asked, “So…you want to stay the night?” Everyone laughed – but I think he was kidding on the square.

My visitations may just be the way my peculiar mind processes and analyzes input. I don’t find that credible because, if it were so, I would have to be an intuitive genius for the ages. I’m smart enough, but I do not think I am an intuitive genius. I’m perfectly content for others to believe as they will on the subject.

That said, from the beginning there have been curious rules attached to what I do. A lot of things that are perfectly innocuous and legitimate for others are forbidden to me. Frankly, it is why I never had a real career. I was directed that I must never commit to anything in a way that would prevent me from answering the call with dispatch. Oh, I had a lot of fun and a very interesting life, but I honored that rule. It is also why I never filtered any water I drank from streams or rivers on my pilgrimage or carried any protection from violence. My understanding was that my protection on this journey was from God – and if I made any special provisions of my own I would forfeit that protection. I sure wasn’t going to do that. The father in a family I met and visited with in Jasper, Alabama, tried to give me a .22 pistol for protection as I was leaving – and actually started crying when I would not give in to his pleas.

I may be nuts, but my nuttiness is internally coherent. Last year when I got a really rough case of Covid, more than a few people were shocked that I absolutely refused to go to a hospital. I was shocked that they were shocked, for I had been saying for a long time that I would have nothing to do with hospitals anymore because they had become the primary infrastructure for the culture of death after Obamacare. I realize that a lot of people are prone to bold statements that they abandon when the going gets rough enough. That is not my way. If I make a seemingly bold statement, I mean it. I don’t make a bold statement until I have thought it through and examined all potential contingencies. Once I make it, I mean it. We are all in the hands of God. I certainly don’t want to die a painful death, but I trust that when I abandon myself to Him, whatever He allows to happen to me will be for the good of many souls – and I am content with that.

Ha! Several decades ago a woman I was seeing took an adult course at a community college. She told me one evening that in one assignment they were tasked with describing the person they know who has the most rigorous moral code. She startled me when she told me I was her subject in the paper. I was more…um…playful in those days. I asked her why, given that, she chose me. She replied that I was the most inflexible of anyone she knew about my personal moral code. “Nobody understands it but you – and you are easy to get along with – but you are absolutely adamant about it. Anyone who tries to reason with you about a piece of it is going to hit the wall.” From that perspective, I agreed with her.

There are certain things that I believe to be directions from above. On those I am inflexible. It is almost as much fear as it is obedience. I get out on a limb a lot…and am terrified of forfeiting the divine protection that I rely on.

What I do I must do boldly and publicly. That does not mean I cannot do anything confidentially to accomplish my stated aims. But it does mean I must never leave any public doubt about where I stand and what I intend.

Some have rightly pointed out to me that the government no longer arrests you for what you do but based on what you think. Oh, it goes through the motions of trying to find some statute it can use as a fig leaf over its otherwise nakedly political oppression but it is all become ideological enforcement – particularly under the Biden-Garland regime. I know.

I push for nothing illegal or dishonorable. As I often say, I have no interest in overthrowing the government. It is doing that perfectly fine on its own and I do not want to interrupt this corrupted and deeply mutated federal government in its self-destruction. Rather, I want to encourage and enable people to find ways to live and work with each other when the government reaches its terminal self-immolation. I HAVE withdrawn my consent and loyalty from a government that has forfeited its legitimacy in its death throes. But that is as much a practical as a philosophical matter: devoting myself to the far more important matters of how people can rebuild a social fabric with each other to survive and thrive the thrashings of a dying government.

There is another historically practical aspect. The reality is that the only “crimes” the feds are seriously concerned with are political dissent. When a regime has taken absolute power it is, indeed, prudent to act clandestinely, like the French Resistance in World War II. But while it has not achieved that status but is trying, the most effective strategy to prevent it is to stand and shout publicly in resistance. If you keep your head down while it is trying to solidify its power, you help grease the skids for its success. Once it succeeds, neither you nor your children have any hope except for the catacombs. I know very well that even a striving authoritarian society has the power to cull the herd – and that by shouting about their abusive offenses I make myself a target for culling. But if they are not stopped they will have the power to pen the herd. I will not willingly be penned.

I have always considered the abuse of power to persecute someone the most heinous crime imaginable except for murder. It outrages me. Look at the politicized FBI. They have betrayed their oaths, betrayed their duty as citizens of a free republic, and abandoned all sense of honor and decency they ever had. They are despicable, contemptible lowlifes. I have always thought that prosecutors and other law enforcement caught intentionally persecuting someone for political or personal reasons should not just lose their jobs but be sent to prison. It outrages me that they rarely are. If I were king, they would be.

My situation is enviable. My children are grown and are not dependent on me. I know very well that what is a prudent decision for me may not be a prudent decision for someone else, depending on their station in life. In fact, on more that a few occasions I have counselled people not to risk what I risk because of their situation. When each of us stand before God, we will be responsible to Him for the decisions we made for ourselves and our dependents. For me, I believe I have my marching orders and I follow them to my understanding. I can’t say it is terribly courageous because, as I said, I deeply fear forfeiting divine protection if I give counsel to earthly fears.

It does not offend me in the least when others decide their situation calls for a different response than what mine is. On a few occasions I have publicly defended people who were receiving criticism for choosing differently than I did. I once declined to take a staff role with what I became convinced was going to become a corrupted administration. When I declined, an honorable woman chose to accept the spot so that there would be a conservative voice at the table. Later, when it turned out that the administration had been badly corrupted, this good woman was getting a lot of grief over her decision. Though her decision was the opposite of mine, she did it for honorable reasons and lived her integrity well. So I spoke up in her defense. We both acted honorably according to our own situation and according to our understanding of the situation – and I was glad that there was an authentic conservative voice at the table.

I am sorry that this item has been so self-referential to my interior reasoning. More than a few people have expressed concern that I am too bold and, so, making myself a target. The fact is I am very willing to look at even diametrically opposing viewpoints on things that are solely within our prudential judgment. Shoot, I was saved from becoming a never-Trumper early on because a friend I much respect was such a powerful advocate for him. It is only when someone encroaches on what I believe to be the divine rules for my call and activity that the wall goes up. Even then, I do not get bent out of shape if they choose a different approach than the one I believe I must take – only if they try to impose their choice on me.

So yes, I believe I live under a certain divine protection so long as I act within certain key rules set for me. I also believe that those who freely make common cause with me share in that protection. But I believe that protection does NOT guarantee that nothing bad will happen to me. Heaven knows I have had many trials and expect many more before my life is ended. Rather, I believe that having submitted fully to God as best I know how, that whatever He allows to happen to me will advance His kingdom on earth and win more souls to heaven. On that score, I am willing.

In this evil age, I know very well the risks inherent in what I say. I will sometimes err, but I do not act lightly. I have prayerfully thought through everything I do. And that is how I will continue. And I am not offended if someone decides to step back for a time because their prudential judgment differs from mine. If forced to the catacombs I will work from there. But while the issue is still in doubt I will fight with every bit of vigor I have to keep any of us from being forced into the catacombs.


I will speak this Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Hyatt-Regency in Morristown, New Jersey at 11 a.m. If you are in the area and can make it, I sure would like to visit with you.

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62 thoughts on “Always Bold, Never Brash

  1. Oh Charlie, as I observe things, you ARE fully on track. You MUST tend to the needs – meetings (public and private), phone calls, duties which most will never know, etc. – when they rise to your attention. As this Storm has progressed, the figurative “to do pile” has, naturally, become higher and deeper for you. Aware of this, as managing editor here, rare would be the occasion when I would consider pushing you to get crackin’. If we cannot be patient with that, well then, let the complainer walk a mile in your shoes.

    Thank you for taking on the burden of writing in a self-referential way which clearly was not motivated by pride, but by the desire to clarify why you have and will continue to write and act as you do. Hear Hear, Charlie!

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    1. Beckita,
      I agree with you on this. I, as you know, have felt compelled to step back and “mind my own patch,” for the time being. Although I’m not exactly certain what this should look like, I gaze expectantly at the cross for my answers. Oh, and listen to my husband. 😍 I find myself unable to be on top of anything, but just listen and take that next right step.
      The good news for me, for us, is that we are feeling well. I confess to all here that I resorted to praying to Our Lady for myself. A novel idea that has turned out well. Turned out so well that I prayed for Steve, too. We are feeling stronger every day. ~ My goodness Charlie! How you can keep going with all your traveling is certainly supernatural. Your faith is well-placed. ✝️
      Thank-you for this essay on your calling. It is evident that we each must listen to hear our own call.
      Daily prayers for all here, katey in OR ✝️🙏🏽🍂🍁🎃

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  2. Personally, Charlie, I have only ever seen you as a man who does his best to do God’s will. And that is one of the reasons I follow you –it’s inspiring and a constant reminder for me to keep my eyes on Heaven rather than earth. Thank you for that constancy and direction!

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  3. Re bold vs. brash, I’m amazed David D. hasn’t become belligerent with all the abhorrent matters he has dealt with and legal mazes that entangle him.

    Charlie, (on anyone can chime in), need some new angles/retorts to respond when extended family sends the ubiquitous election time mass email re argument against becoming a ‘narrow-minded’ one issue voter meaning pro-life.

    On a positive note, virologists say this amino acid is a CV attacker:

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    1. Standing for life is not a “single” issue for me; it is a threshold issue. If I can’t trust a candidate to protect the most vulnerable among us I won’t trust him on anything else. In the 1850’s voting pro-abolition was not a single issue; it was a threshold issue. Opposing Hitler because of the Holocaust was not a single issue; it was a threshold issue. Some things are so basic to liberty and honor that if you won’t defend them, I am not interested in anything else you say.

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      1. Oh I like that term-threshold issue. If they are willing to kill an infant what would they stop at concerning our welfare. Pretty much nothing.

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        1. Absolutely, Handtotheplow. For many years now, but even more so since this country “legalised” (hah!) child-killing in 2018, that has been the defining issue for me in terms of voting, at national and local level. To me, it just seems so blindingly obvious that there should be no question whatsoever about such an issue, and that those who have willingly enabled and supported it just cannot be trusted, but the fog of deception is very thick. Very.

          Still, better to light a candle than curse the darkness, as ’tis said, and we were once again able to have our full Rally for Life in the capital this past summer, with thousands taking part. May that witness have helped to lift the fog, in some way, for at least some people who saw it. J.

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      2. “If you do not live what you believe, you end up believing what you live.”
        (Fulton Sheen).
        No man can say he “believes” in something and then does something else. “You Will Know Them by Their Fruits” (Matt 17:15). Here Scripture says we will “know them” by the results of their lives/actions.
        Bishop Sheen goes so far as to say even if you believe the opposite you instead succome to what you do. Obviously you will be judged by God accordingly since being created to fulfill ones role is to: “love and Serve God in this world and to be with Him in the next” cannot be met with actions contrary to this as a “reason of servitude” outside oneself.
          “It is the soul which is made after the image and likeness of God… No man may with impunity outrage that human dignity that God Himself treats with great reverence, nor stand in the way of that higher life which is the preparation of the eternal life of heaven. Nay, more; no man has in this matter power over himself. To consent to any treatment which is calculated to defeat the end and purpose of his being is beyond his right; he cannot give up his soul to servitude, for it is not man’s own rights which are here in question, but the rights of God, the most sacred and inviolable of rights.”
        (Pope Leo XIII;Rerum Novarum).

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  4. Those skulls though. I went searching and discovered the catacombs of Paris which – even after having spent days in this city on two different journeys to Europe – I did not know existed. Hmmm… considering the ever subtle Charlie brought to mind Ezekiel and The Valley of Dry Bones

    “The hand of the Lord was on me, and he brought me out by the Spirit of the Lord and set me in the middle of a valley; it was full of bones. He led me back and forth among them, and I saw a great many bones on the floor of the valley, bones that were very dry. He asked me, ‘Son of man, can these bones live?’

    I said, ‘Sovereign Lord, you alone know.’

    Then he said to me, ‘Prophesy to these bones and say to them, ‘Dry bones, hear the word of the Lord! This is what the Sovereign Lord says to these bones: I will make breath enter you, and you will come to life. I will attach tendons to you and make flesh come upon you and cover you with skin; I will put breath in you, and you will come to life. Then you will know that I am the Lord.’

    So I prophesied as I was commanded. And as I was prophesying, there was a noise, a rattling sound, and the bones came together, bone to bone. I looked, and tendons and flesh appeared on them and skin covered them, but there was no breath in them.

    Then he said to me, ‘Prophesy to the breath; prophesy, son of man, and say to it, ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: Come, breath, from the four winds and breathe into these slain, that they may live.’ So I prophesied as he commanded me, and breath entered them; they came to life and stood up on their feet—a vast army.

    Then he said to me: ‘Son of man, these bones are the people of Israel. They say, ‘Our bones are dried up and our hope is gone; we are cut off.’ Therefore prophesy and say to them: ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: My people, I am going to open your graves and bring you up from them; I will bring you back to the land of Israel. Then you, my people, will know that I am the Lord, when I open your graves and bring you up from them. I will put my Spirit in you and you will live, and I will settle you in your own land. Then you will know that I the Lord have spoken, and I have done it, declares the Lord.’” ( Ezekiel 37: 1-14)

    Welcome, O Breath of God!!

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    1. When I first read the post I didn’t realize the photo was of bones! When I realized it was !bones! I got the heebee-jeebees!

      TY for the beautiful passage. Amen, Amen!

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  5. Ha, Charlie, we have had such a different kind of life! Whenever I have gone out in a very public way any number of times, I’ve been pushed or told to step back into a more private life. Like you, I know that I have been protected every time I have gone out and gotten involved. However, my highest protections come from quietness. For example, as I could have moved out to be more active in all of the efforts here, God has given my mother into my care, and that has kept me quiet, yet from that quietness, I have been able to do research on at least one of our great crises and provide some assistance.

    Another thing that has always struck me is how you and I took very different paths yet have ended up valuing the same thing, the Magisterium (etc). You went through all the protestant churches and faiths and ended up in the Church. I went through all the non-Christian faiths and the New Age and ended up coming back in the same Great Arc to the Church.

    Why? I think we are the same in realizing that when our world adheres to the teachings of Jesus and the hard-earned wisdom of the Magisterium, the world thrives and grows better over time. When corruption enters the Church and the world turns back toward paganism, death rises and reigns, freedom and human rights fall by the wayside, and our society and world become … less, in every way.

    Two very different paths, near polar opposites, it seems. Yet here we are, together with so many good people doing everything we all can do to help the world through this Storm.

    Kinda cool. 🙂

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    1. Bravo, Charlie, thank you.
      I hear you, Steve, and had a similar experience. After a radical conversion and other experiences, I was on fire. It seemed for a while that I was to do certain things, which happened for a short time. Then the Lord spoke that Scripture to me that “I will call her into the desert and speak to her heart”. So here I am, waiting and praying. 😁

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        1. Bless your heart, Katey, thank you for that reminder! I love hummingbirds! I think that’s a photo one of the kids sent from the feeder.

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  6. Dear Charlie: This line (among others) rings true: “Standing for life is not a ‘single’ issue for me; it is a threshold issue.” Indeed, it is a threshold issue for me and has been since the mid-1980s, when I first dove deep into the realities of abortion.

    Along these lines, here’s what I posted yesterday on the FB page of one of our candidates for governor in Oregon. Truly, I really like Betsy and many of her positions. I deeply regret that, on this “threshold issue,” I simply cannot vote for her. My post:

    “Betsy, I like you and have known your family for my whole life. However, you have thrown under the bus people like you and me and three of my four siblings who were conceived in Oregon. We were people all along, from conception. Yet, in your campaign statements, you disenfranchise people who are not yet born and many of their parents or friends who might otherwise vote for you except for your so-called ‘pro-choice’ stance. I am not an ‘extremist.’ I am simply the eldest of five who knew that, when Mom was pregnant, she was carrying my little brothers or sister. I would welcome a conversation with you about these things, including my experience with women and their other family members who have moved through deep grief, regret, and ultimately healing (which first requires full acknowledgement of the reality of what abortion actually does to people). Blessings, neighbor.”

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    1. This is well done, Sr. Bear: courageous, truthful, sincere yet kind. Tough to accomplish all those elements but you did it. TY for doing this and your example of how to do it. God bless you & yours!

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    Hello. DOJ? ….Antbody there? … Hello!!!?

    YUP! Stop the Insanity




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  8. Will there even BE midterms for us to win? With all these polls, if I were Brandon, we would be attacked on Nov 7 and all elections cancelled in the aftermath. Maybe we should stop the polling NOW! Ummm

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    1. I think that even without the polling, Nance, the handwriting has been on the wall for all to see. Puppet Brandon and his power broker handlers are well aware of this AND of the reality that this is crunch time for their goals to be realized. These things must play out. Evil ever overplays its hand and exhausts itself. There’s no turning back from the destiny of this contemporary Tower of Babel to collapse, for the lies and corruption upon which it has been built cannot sustain it. Maranatha!

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  9. Charlie, I can’t help but think of the seen in Braveheart, when the English arrows are raining down and Stephen, the Irishman, says something like; “God says he can get us out of this, but you, you’re…..” Let’s just say that I probably wouldn’t be within your zone of protection if you were nearby. 🤪

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    St. John Paul II Warned Us!

    Yep! THEY are very Evil/Sick Kamikaze People

    China’s Military Advantage Over US in Indo-Pacific Is ‘Alarming’: Defense Expert
    China Can Sneak-Attack Taiwan–GORDON G. CHANG


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  11. Charlie: Thank for your words which help us to realize where we are in the midst of the storm:

    I live in a town in northern Rhode Island where many Quakers, fleeing the hangman’s noose in Puritan Massachusetts, settled in the late 1600’s and early 1700’s. Less than a mile from my home one of their meeting houses built in the mid 1700’s still exists and is still used for Quaker services.

    Leading up to the Civil War the local Quakers were participants in the underground railroad. The great abolitionists were rightfully out campaigning, protesting, writing tracts and attracting public support and outrage. At the same time the quite local folks were living their lives as farmers, factory workers, teachers and merchants. In the course of their daily affairs, they also opened their hearts and minds to God’s call to assist their oppressed brothers and sisters. With a knock on the door in the night they were ready. They offered a meal, a loaf of bread, a change of clean clothes, a bed for the night. They used their basements, attics, haylofts or hidieholes to protect the escapees from the federal marshals who patrolled the area seeking to capture the runners and return them to slavery.

    These folks are no longer individually known or really documented anywhere. But their attention to God’s will and their simple acts of kindness were part of God’s great plan to end the diabolical system of slavery. I am sure their names and deeds are recorded in the glorious annals of heaven.

    For better or worse, we are now engaged in a similar battle. There are those, like Charlie, who put themselves in the public light. There are also those most quiet of us, sitting at home, attending to what God has put around us, raising up our prayers and maintaining a willingness to be open to act when called (To take the next right step). We are all part of the struggle, part of the plan.

    I hope and pray to see the present powers and principalities overthrown.

    JT Brannigan

    PS Thanks again for all the prayers and words of support. By God’s grace my recovery is progressing well.


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    1. Amen, JT. Always good to hear from you. How are you feeling these days after the rallying cal for prayer from your good friend, Frank? Prayers anew for you and yours as we sail on in the tempestuous Storm.

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      1. Beckita: I am doing well. Still recovering but light years better than three months ago. Each day seems like a brand new beginning. God is good. I had some deep trust issues to work out and He decided to make me confront them in a very dramatic and profound way.
        Lots of commotion as the storm rolls over family and friends but we are taking everything one step at a time and trusting (and meaning it now) God to work out what we cannot control.
        When I am up to it, I will recount my experiences. Our lady’s intercession was a large factor in my survival and recovery.


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        1. SO happy to hear that you’re doing well, JT. May this continue. What’s amazing to me are the varied ways God is using to strengthen each of us in the unshakeable trust department. 🙂

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    2. Small world. My father is a Sayles. He was born in Providence, but grew up in Newport, where I was born. In his family tree are a few early Quakers. Among them are William and Mary Dyer along with Richard Scott and Katherine Marbury Scott.

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      1. William: You have a very noble Rhode Island lineage. The names of the Sayles and Dyers still grace one of our villages and streets in several cities and towns.



  12. Very interesting piece you wrote here, Charlie! Thanks for giving us all a bit of insight into your visitations. May God bless and protect you always and forever into the kingdom! 🙏🙏🙏

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    Go Pastor!! … but Check Six!!!

    Anybody want to bet that the ChinaPlague THEY are not shreding docs, lawyering-up and getting stories “straight”?
    I’m still expecting THEM to orchestrate some nasty events to distract us from THEIR Global Genocidal Misdeeds!

    YUP! .. & with the same Usual Suspects Defund the Polce Op THEY are getting citizens killed!! Where is The Civil Rights Div. of The DOJ? … Eh!!??

    Naughty Word Guy tells us what most here have figured out ;-(

    Not long ago I would have rated this as nonsense …. These-Days ;-(


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  14. “There is no place for selfishness-and no place for fear. Do not be afraid, then, when love makes demands. Do not be afraid when love requires sacrifice.”
    — St. John Paul II pray for us.

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    Let’s Face It. The Democrats and THEIR “Mouth Organs, like NYT, subsist on division, double standards and an ignorant/angry voter base.
    THEIR AGENDA is all that counts … By Hook or Crook!

    What do Chinese Catholics get in this deal? … Exactly!!???

    SIGNS …Below!?

    HullyGee! Anyone else wondering what % of children admitted to hospital are VAXXed to Max? …. CDC (Democrat Party) = Child Death Cult?

    Nothing to see here! MOVE ALONG!!

    Yep! Not too long ago I would have written-off Alex Jones, Dave Hodges, NewsTarget & etc … but …. NOW!! We are, or should be, FULLY aware that we are being lied to CONSTANTLY by Feral/State Gubermint Officialdom, THEIR Alphabet Agencies, THEIR BigTech and LeftMedia Masters …. and it IS all part of THEIR AGENDA to divide, confuse, enrage and Conquer! …. US!!!! ….. even in Red States ’cause the Capitols are usually Blue controlled Cities filled with The Usual Suspects who man Gubermint Agencies ;-(

    ….THEY are in FULL Chaff, Jamming & Cover-Up Mode over this BosU Scandal.


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      1. Jewels,
        RSV is considered a “common cold virus” with relatively mild symptoms.
        It usually only effects the very young (or very old) who have no immunity to it.
        At the beginning of the pandemic, virologist warned that the lockdowns would open up a Pandora’s box of common viral infections from the “suppression” of our immune systems lack of “exercise” which weakens our bodies responce to infection. This also would lead to viral escape where more contagious and virulent strains morphs escape the “herd immunity” factor.
        This combination of escape and immune system suppression leads to infections with greater impacts on those with little immunity- like babies and toddlers who’s immune systems are just starting out. Also, the choice of new mothers to NOT breastfeed has reduced infant immunity that they would have gained from the colostrum which contains part of the mother’s mature immunity and is passed on to the infant protecting it from these infections that it’s new immune system does not have.
        The Governments are basically creating the same scenario that you see in a movie where the overly-protective mother’s child is skinny, weak and sickly, mostly due to the fact that she never lets the kid just be a kid.
        Our immune systems have become that weak, skinny kid from lack of exposure which exercises it and keeps our immune T and B cells roaming our blood stream ready to take on any invaders.

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    Of Course THEY would. The VATICAN is In On It! ;-(

    Why wouldn’t China consider a Taiwan attack soon with the DC Swap Disaster,
    Ukraine Distraction, depleted US War Stockpiles, WOKE Military …..& US Divisive Election?

    ByeBye PetroDollar & US $$ as Reserve Currency. I can’t say I blame these people considering the America Last Clown Show running Our USA …. into the ground ;-(

    Something to Celebrate? …… a Merry Christmas? ….;-(


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  18. PS:
    HullyGee! I wonder what the PuppetMaster & Spin Artists who control the Top2 Corruptocrats in the Dept. of Just-Us are up to today?
    The DC Swamp & Global Uni-Party (THEY) is apoplectic that The Red Wave Cometh 😉 …….. 15 Days out and we know that THEY must act Bigly & Do Something!
    ….. &101st deployed to Ukraine Border and False Flag Warnings are Flying ;-(

    ….. Ya think THEY may spill de Beans on de ChiComs? …?! …. Nah!


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  19. So nice to have you in for Pittsburgh visit. Yes U of Pitt is acting with great evil, but there is also great holiness here too!

    Yours in Christ…r


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