An unsung hero, Patrick Colbeck, comes to Fremont on Thursday, February 9 (6:30 PM) – speaking to what I anticipate will be a packed house at American Decency Association’s headquarters. We can only seat about 125 attendees. Therefore, if you want to guarantee a seat click here to register.
Why do I expect a full house? Because Pat Colbeck’s concern regarding massive voter fraud remains real and he as well as untold numbers nationwide have documentation. Patrick Colbeck is the author of the book “The 2020 Coup: What Happened. What We Can Do.” For more information about Patrick Colbeck and his efforts combatting election fraud, check out his website: www.letsfixstuff.org.
Are there many of us who rationally, spiritually, caringly are concerned about fraud in our elections? Yes! There are many – and we recognize that unless and until we are able to, by God’s grace, reclaim a legitimate electoral process and take it back from the leaders of the “insatiable culture of death” we will no longer be a free people. This is not hyperbole. This is our new reality.
Many of you who receive our newsletters, our regular emails or hear our Decency Minute aired regularly on American Family Radio have been to one or more of our events. We are a ministry of faithfulness as we look to the Lord for His guidance and direction, including whom we invite to speak and what we write about, as we daily seek to bring glory and honor to His name.
Yet, here we are on the precipice of losing our ability to have fair and honorable elections
and we dare not take this concern lightly.
Registering soon will ensure your seat for Thursday night, February 9 at 6:30 p.m., at our American Decency headquarters, 203 E. Main St, Fremont MI 49412. Click here to register.
We encourage you invite others and pray for this event and for those such as Patrick Colbeck seeking to expose and combat election fraud.
This February 9 event will be broadcast live on Facebook and will be recorded for distribution.
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