Joyanna Adams

Nobody's Opinion

January 6th: A Patriotic Day. Sorry Joe.

Nobody Remembers

After listening to Joe Biden’s remarks last night on how our “democracy” is under attack from the MOB that attacked the Capitol on January the 6th, and how those Americans are more dangerous than…anything else happening, I’m more convinced than ever that we truly NEED to resist Joe Biden, and all those tyrants in Washington D.C. who are acting just like King George. We might as well be living under a King.

Have we finally come full circle? Let’s look at January 6th from THEIR point of view.

Joe might as well be the reincarnation of King George. That “mob” that was outside the Capitol on January the 6th was there to protest a fraudulent election. A blatant “coup” by the democrats and their corporate sponsors. While Joe keeps suggesting that the crowd was a “minority” all reports indicted that over a million people were there that day. And for that many to show up in this poor economy was nothing short of a miracle. To this day, all video’s of the REST of the crowd has been demolished. It was a lie that so many were killed. In fact that only one killed that day was a Trump supporter woman who was just standing there. Joe keeps lying about that.

When the fence and the National Gurad went up so quickly, there was only one reason for it: The crooks in D.C. FEAR the American people. They KNOW what they did, and they are bound to shut us all down. AND, let’s not forget, I’m sure they get daily updates from the NSA telling them just HOW pissed off the American people are. I’m surprised any of them come out of their mansions.

As we all know, history in America has been rewritten mostly, and if you want to know the truth, you must get it from the very words of the founders.

So, let’s remember shall we? Let’s remember how the people of America reacted when King George and Parliament passed the Stamp Act:

Below is a remembrance from John Quincy Adams own words, on the REASON so many people in America were pissed off at their government : It started with the Stamp Act.

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It was known that Andrew Oliver, the secretary of the province, had solicited the office of distributor of the stamps when they should arrive. The person appointed as distributor for the colony of Connecticut arrived, in the beginning of August, from England. The government party received him with an affectation of distinction, and, when he left Boston to proceed to Connecticut, his colleague, the distributor for Massachusetts Bay, accompanied him out of town. In the expectation of a press of official duties, Oliver had erected, near the custom-house, a building for a stamp office. Early in the morning of the 14th of August an effigy of Oliver was found hanging high in air, suspended to a branch of an old tree at the south part of the Main Street of Boston.

By whom it had been placed there never was known, but it soon gathered a crowd of persons round the tree. Hutchinson, as chief justice of the province, ordered the sheriff to remove the effigy, and, if opposition should be made, to report the names of the opposers, that he might issue warrants for their arrest. The sheriff sent some of his deputies to execute their order, but they were overawed by the determination manifested by the people assembled, not to suffer the image to be taken away. The governor convened the council, but they were in consternation, and declined interfering in the affair. He called the council a second time in the afternoon. Still, nothing was done. A crowd of people continued assembled around the tree till late in the afternoon, when the effigy was taken down, placed on a bier, carried in solemn procession amidst the acclamations of a large concourse of people through the long Main Street, and over the floor of the town-house, while the governor and council were in session in a chamber overhead. It was thence taken down to Oliver’s projected stamp office, which, in a few minutes, was levelled with the ground. They next proceeded to Fort Hill, upon which they kindled a fire, and burnt the obnoxious effigy to ashes. Oliver’s house was not far off, and was not spared by the enraged populace. He and his family betook themselves to flight. The fence before the house was broken down, sundry windows demolished and the furniture of the house was roughly handled. Hutchinson undertook to disperse the rioters, not only without success, but to the imminent danger of his own person. He finally effected his retreat—of which he says not one world in his “history.”

The next day, Oliver resigned his office of distributor of stamps: and gave a declaration in writing, and under his signature, to be communicated to the inhabitants of the town, pledging himself to transmit his resignation immediately to England and promising, with earnest asseveration, that he never would act in that capacity. In the evening of the same day the house of the Lieutenant-Governor and Chief Justice, Hutchinson, was surround and threatened. The multitude clamorously called for his appearance in the balcony, to make a declaration that he had NOT been in favor of the Stamp Act. One of his friends expostulated with the people in his favor, and finally assured them that he was not in the house, but had been seen going to his country seat at Milton: upon which they dispersed, without doing much damage to the house.

But twelve days afterwards, on the 26th of August, on the night of the day upon which he had returned to town, his house was again attacked, and destroyed. He and his family having scarcely time to effect their escape from the fury of the populace. The Houses of the register of the admiralty and of the comptroller of the customs without being absolutely destroyed was plundered, and rifled, and robbed by “That worst of tyrants, an usurping crowds.”

That these proceedings were sincerely disapproved and deeply lamented by Mr. Adams, there is evidence more unequivocal that that of attendance at a town meeting. He saw that the end of all popular movements of violence was destruction, and that they were ill adapted, under any circumstances whatever, to the furtherance of justice.

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It’s this Nobody’s Opinion that the American people had had enough of the criminals that overtook the election with massive fraud, weaponizing all departments of justice, and destroying any trust at all in them. There were criminals of BOTH parties, who gleefully prosecuted innocent men all throughout the four years (and before) in President Trump’s four years in office. We were just fed up. Like their ancestors before them. The crowds that President Trump drew all over the United States were more than anybody in history could remember.

For years Americans watched a black President let mobs of Antifa and BLM roam through tout the cities and burn them. Cops were attacked. Killed. And the American people were told they deserved it. And now there is reverse discrimination against all whites.

How could this happen after so many Jews were gassed in the Holocaust? We were made to be silence when Obama insisted that Muslims helped found our country. Did you hear ANYBODY say: “PROVE IT!” No. Me Neither.

That was…insidious.

What happened in the Capitol was simple American people who wanted justice. The “mob” was instigated by a carefully planned ‘false flag” because the people in power MEAN to destroy and control the whole country. And they needed an excuse to further their plans to come down hard on all Patriots. There were many CIA false flags planted that day. Pelosi controlled the police, and they LET people in.

So, Joe Biden AND president George W. Bush are trying to make out January 6 as treason to the country. One of the most horrible days in American History.

Excuse my language but…Bullshit.

Over 300 people have been arrested from that day, for what? For the crime of just being there. Hutchinson didn’t have drones poor guy.

All the while, while, night after night, blacks and liberal whites are paid to go out and destroy and kill.

The elites at the top….are scared.

They are scared of what the American people might to…to THEM.

And when they control the courts, and elections can be stolen, and even Presidents don’t get a fair trial, Americans know, there IS no justice.

And THEY know, many have been buying guns.

You think they aren’t scared?

So, they keep saying that January 6, will be remember as an “insurrection,” They think if they just keep repeating it, it will go down in history as such.

Frankly, if those people had wanted to go in and kill those people, they would have.

What they wanted was justice, and they wanted Mike Pence to do the right thing,

He didn’t.

So, how will January the 6th be remembered?

As a day of patriots trying to plead with their government, and their government told them to go to hell.

Don’t let them rewrite it as anything else but that.. While it was a sad day for our country, which was betrayed by a Vice President, it was GOOD day for America. Let’s not let them rewrite it as anything but…what it was.

Patriotic Americans wanting justice.

We are STILL …out here. And they…know it.

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