Captain America Award for Michigan Election Officials
We are blessed in this country of ours to have more heroes than we can ever know or recall. They have been ordinary people, who when extraordinary circumstances demanded it, exercised extraordinary courage and grit at great personal risk, rising to the call in a way that turned the tide of history. John Basilone at Guadalcanal comes to mind. The 101st Airborne holding at Bastogne comes to mind.
We are seeing more heroes rise to the call in the war for the future of American liberty being waged right now as the communists and Deep State try to steal the presidency.
Two heroes that are standing in the breach right now are two Republican members of the Wayne County, Michigan Board of Canvassers. Wayne County's biggest city is Detroit. Their names are Monica Palmer and William Hartmann.
They initially refused to certify the county's election results because there are more votes being counted than voters that voted. Because there are 2 Democrats and 2 Republicans on the board, that means that their refusal stops the certification. Which means that if the refusal holds at the state level, the Michigan state legislature will have to step in and remedy the situation. (See this article for more.)
After their initial refusal to certify, they suffered threats, doxxing, and immense social pressure. As the onslaught washed over them, they reversed course and certified.
But then their spines stiffened.
They realized that their actions could very well be "outcome determinative" for the future of liberty in our nation, and they switched back to doing the right thing. They refused to certify an election that had evidence of being stolen.
There are more heroes fighting in the trenches right now for our future. I salute them all.
Maybe Monica Palmer and William Hartmann they should be nominated for a presidential medal of freedom.
Or maybe, we should award them the Captain America Award.
You know what Captain America said:
Doesn’t matter what the press says. Doesn’t matter what the politicians or the mobs say. Doesn’t matter if the whole country decides that something wrong is something right.
This nation was founded on one principle above all else: the requirement that we stand up for what we believe, no matter the odds or the consequences.
When the mob and the press and the whole world tell you to move, your job is to plant yourself like a tree beside the river of truth and tell the whole world . . .
‘No! You move.’
Tom Glass lives in Northwest Harris County. Click here to reach his email. He is also on Facebook as Tom G Glass. He leads a group called Texas Constitutional Enforcement which can be explored at its website or Facebook group. And given the recent Facebook censorship, there are now Texas Constitutional Enforcement groups on Texan owned and operated Freedom Lake and Blabbook, as well as MeWe and Wimkin.