I was doing a lot of thinking over the weekend, and maybe we should pray for one another. Don’t change to fit a mold.
The crazy billionaires that want to ruin our lives with complicated NEW “Wokeness” that was made up to turn us away from God to become something we were never intended to be, It’s the fight of our lives, the battle for decent human existence.
I know many don’t want to listen and carry on as it’s too complicated for their brains to comprehend, Lalala I can’t hear you. When watching TV, you can listen to this propaganda in the scrips, “not very woke of me,” she chose dolls instead of gender-neutral toys (whatever that means), Blacklist, FBI – chastising the way the FBI investigates Muslims. Hollywood is using the George Soros/Hillary Clinton woke speak, groupthink. It’s insanity! Don’t buy into this bullshit narrative.
When you exclude it causes resentment when you preach against the word of God it will cause a holy war and maybe that’s what George wants. His Open society muck is just that, crap! George spend your money babe, all of it! We will defeat all of you, I’ll pray for you.
As we make our rally cry to kool-aid drinkers in peaceful manners, make sure you tell them I’ll pray for you.
I remember when the Marines drafted my uncle for the Vietnam war. He was a teenager, and he thought I was a motormouth five-year-old.
Our family traveled to Paris Island South Carolina to watch him, graduate. They made him a man, and he was so handsome in his uniform as he took us on tour.
My family baked cookies and filled boxes with a taste of home. He shared with other soldiers who never received anything. We even sent a decorated Christmas tree.
One day he called on the radio to home, and they taught me how to say over for my uncle to talk back to me. The conversation was recorded. I was no longer that bratty kid, and he said it was so good to hear my voice. He was grateful for his family.
We still have many abroad, don’t forget them, they are our family too. A Patriot isn’t racist. We love our country.
— 💫Emmy💫 (@Serremmy) August 7, 2019
Thank you for your service to keep us free!
This song was my very first 45. I had a pink record player my sister gave me, because she was too busy beating ass, and I would play this song day and night. I love Dolly!