We are Getting to Know Portland Oregon
By Shari Dovale
This week has been very hectic. The trial has taken it’s toll on many Patriots. They continue their support through rally’s and more. This week showed the true colors of someone that many considered to be one of their own. It is hard on a person to have it revealed that they fell for the lies from the government.
I can only hope that they do not let it tear down their resolve. The intention was to do just that, but we can stay strong and not let it fulfill the liberal wish. Do not aim attacks on anyone. Keep focused on the deed at hand and let no one change you from your course.
Staying at Patriot Camp was fun and informative, but it was also cold. Miss Aubrie has gone home for the time being to recover and get her health back. We are praying daily that she feels better soon.
I, also, developed bronchitis from the changing weather, so I am home this weekend filling myself with herbs and more. I swear by Oil of Oregano and Bret found it in capsules for me. The drops are fantastic, but they taste nasty!
I intend to be back in a few days to cover the defense case in the Malheur Protest Trial. This is expected to begin about Wednesday.
We met some wonderful Patriots during our time in deep Occupied Territory. A terrific group of Columbia County Oathkeepers invited us to their meeting, and we enjoyed the discussion. I hope to see more of these great people during the coming weeks.
They are very active in their community and I encourage everyone to contact them for more information on rallys, etc in the area. Contact Chris Brumbles, Columbia County Coordinator, Oath Keepers and Oregon Firearms Federation, email@example.com
Black Lives Matter has protested a couple of times, on the weekends. The OSP and FBI have seemed to go on ‘High Alert’ during these times. They even came over to warn our Patriots about what was expected.
The LEOs in Portland understand that our Patriots are nonviolent and peaceful. They are treated as such, with many of the LEOs checking on them throughout the days. There have even been small indications that several of the LEOs sympathize with the defendants.
But not all. Do not forget Oregon State Police Trooper Jeremiah Beckert, who testified with the Nuremberg defense,“It is not my job to understand the laws. It is my job to do what my supervisor tells me.”
That is the truth of what this country is now facing.