How do you see America? Is there a culture war going on? Are Republicans and Democrats real enemies or are they two sides of the same coin? Are you satisfied with the direction of the country? Is our political system irreparable? Do you know about it, do you care? And if you care, what are you ready to do about it?

Fight for Rally America

4th Congressional District candidate Corey Gibson is organizing the rally against government excesses. Its philosophy is described on its site Send Corey to Congress.

“It’s time to stop playing the defense and reject radical left-wing ideologies specifically designed to divide us. It’s time to reject the historically unsuccessful ideology of communism and its spurious rebranding, ‘democratic socialism.’ is time to take the reins of corrupt “RINO” politicians and restore leadership with the courage to fight for our most precious values: family, individual freedom and a better future for our children’s children. It is time to fight for America. ”

It’s time to find out what you can do locally

Gibson is part of The America First PACT (which stands for Protecting America’s Constitution and Traditions) which is an alliance of congressional candidates dedicated to working together to enact meaningful political change and that begins with uniting the American people and giving hope that real change is possible.

The rally is free from 7 p.m. tonight at the Selah Civic Center, 216 South 1st St, Selah.

Gibson’s website also includes the Treptow’s Promise. (check out the story) Gibson believes the war is on and hopes to rally parents and patriots who feel like Martin Treptow in 1917. Treptow was killed with a personal promise to help save America in his pocket.

“America must win this war. Therefore, I will work, I will save, I will sacrifice, I will endure, I will fight joyfully and do my best as if the outcome of the whole struggle depends on me alone.

Are you? Are you in this depth? Will we see you at the rally tonight?

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