Becky Gerritson Rocks the Ways and Means!

Tuesday impassioned testimonies of IRS-targeted patriots rang out before the Ways and Means Committee.

Testifying before the Committee were:

Mr. John Eastman
Chairman, National Organization for Marriage

Ms. Diane Belsom
Laurens County Tea Party

Ms. Becky Gerritson
Wetumpka Tea Party

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Ms. Karen Kenny
San Fernando Valley Patriots

Mr. Kevin Kookogey
Founder and President, Linchpins of Liberty

Ms. Sue Martinek
Coalition for Life of Iowa

But one woman, Becky Gerritson, stunned the chamber with her heart-rending, stirring statement.

Listen to a new Patrick Henry’s clarion call:

“And I’m telling my government that you’ve forgotten your place. It’s not your responsibility to look out for my well-being and to monitor my speech. It’s not your right to assert an agenda. Your post, the post that you occupy exists to preserve American liberty. You’ve sworn to perform that duty. And you have faltered”

Bravo Becky Gerritson! You spoke forth-rightly and exposed the IRS as a thuggish Goliath. The highlight of this moving monologue:

“I’m not interested in scoring political points, I want to protect and preserve the America I grew up in — the America that people crossed oceans and risked their lives to become a part of. And I’m terrified it is slipping away.”

Patriots across the nation applauded through tears and said amen.

 

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