Washington Times Ad

Tom Z discusses the reason for the WTPC Ad in Washington Times and what must happen on January 6th.

New WTPC Ad Warns Congress to Respect the Sacrifices of our Korean and Vietnam War Vets and all our Military when Deciding the Legitimate Electors on January 6th by Not Surrendering to Communism

Akron, OH: Today, Tom Zawistowski, President of the TEA Party affiliated We the People Convention (WTPC) and Executive Director of the Portage County TEA Party, announced that his organization has published its second full page ad in the Washington Times newspaper this month this time demanding that members of Congress respect the sacrifices of our Korean War and Vietnam Veterans, and all of our military who have defended our nation against communism over the past 80 years, when Deciding the Legitimate Electors on January 6, 2021 and not surrender to Communism. The purpose of the Ad is to make it clear to members of Congress, that to the American people, their actions on January 6th are about much more than a fraudulent election, they are about the very survival of our Republic and freedom around the world.

Zawistowski said, “The goal of our Ad is to bring out into the open and finally talk about the elephant in the room, that many in Washington will not acknowledge, and of which many Americans are uninformed, thanks to media and big tech censorship, and that is the existential threat from Communist China to our Republic and the World. While the debate rages about voter fraud and international interference in this election, those are just the results of a decades long effort by China and its allies in the U.S. and around the world to destroy our nation so that it can rule the world by 2040. Our goal is to make sure that members of Congress understand their duty to our Nation and that they fulfill their Oath of Office on January 6th and not surrender to Communism.”

Zawistowski continued, “The Ad reminds everyone that tens of thousands of brave Americans died, and hundreds of thousands of more veterans were wounded, fighting the Communist Chinese in Korea and Vietnam. Those men and women died to protect our nation and the world from domination and enslavement by global Communism. Many more of our military continued that fight during the cold war. Despite that massive sacrifice, we are at a point today where, if our representatives do not act to protect our Republic by choosing ONLY legitimate electors on January 6th, the Communist Chinese will achieve their goal. They are doing that, not just with biological attacks, cyber attacks, espionage, economic warfare and propaganda, but with bribery, threats and intimidation of the American political and business elites and by interfering in our elections. Congress must not allow the Communist Chinese to steal our votes, let alone allow them to steal our Country!”

Zawistowski concluded, “We call upon all Americans and all veterans, particularly Vietnam vets and Korean War vets and the members of their families who paid such a high price for our freedom, to download and read our Ad and Share it and the Press Release with family and friends. Then contact their U.S. Senators and U.S. House Members before January 6, 2021 and remind them that they cannot forsake the sacrifices of our veterans and hand over our nation and the world to the Chinese Communists. Citizens can get the contact information for their members of Congress by clicking on this link.”

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CALL TO ACTION:

MAKE CALLS and EMAILS
Start with the RED State Senators

SAMPLE

 
December 30, 2020

Dear Senators/Representatives
Subject: Election Fraud and Irregularities/2020 Election

I encourage you to join with other patriotic representation from this great nation on January 6 to challenge the electors from states that are in question of committing voting fraud, breaking their own election laws and/or voting irregularities. These states are Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Nevada and Arizona; electors from these states should be challenged and voted down until election results can be investigated and verified or a free and fair election conducted.

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