The soul of this nation is lost. We allowed our education, health care, religions, media, entertainment, and sports to be taken over by radical socialists that in turn indoctrinated our children and young adults. The Gen Zs vote is a reflection of that.
The only way to get that back is repeat what they did. Build a group of like minded people and get yourselves involved in the local events and organizations that help influence and develop our youth. Immerse yourselves. I’m talking about local sports clubs, festivals, committees, etc. Whatever you can find that will have an impact.
Next, we must systematically take back local boards and committees and develop statesmen. Then move into commissions, councils, and state legislatures. From there we can then move towards federal seats.
Too many times conservatives want to jump right to the big time and they are clearly not ready.
Now is not the time to feel sorry for ourselves and blame this or that. Now is the time to take back our country from the bottom up.
Things might look bleak, but I know this all can turn around. With that being said, I leave you with a famous story and quote from Keith Bishop, former Offensive Lineman for the Denver Broncos.
What the Broncos did on Jan. 11, 1987, was take over on their own 2-yard line on a frigid day in Cleveland, with 5 minutes, 32 seconds to play, trailing the Browns 20-13 in the AFC Championship Game. The team’s current vice president of security, Keith Bishop, was in the huddle, and his former teammates always say that Bishop simply said, “We’ve got them right where we want them,” with the 98 yards of expanse in front of the Broncos.John Elway’s shining moment: ‘The Drive’ turns 30: Jeff Legwald, ESPN Senior Writer
Let’s get to work!!!