Hello Freedom Keepers!!
As the 4th of July is upon us, I wanted to take a moment to send a note of appreciation for all of the donations we have received since the beginning of our giving campaign towards supporting freedom here in South Dakota. We’ve made our first goal, nearly made our second and are excited to get our 3rd campaign started. (This is our giveaway portion where we will be giving away HFSD swag!:) )
But as I am eternally grateful for all of the support up until this point, I also wanted to touch on liberty and the pursuit of it, isn’t a one-time thing. We need to wake up every day with a spirit of freedom within us and know that our daily actions and thoughts will be the only thing that will truly bring about freedom in our lives. Health Freedom South Dakota has been working over the past few years to bring about change through legislation in Pierre. Although we are going to continue to pursue that avenue, moving forward we are going to be creating calls to action in different counties throughout the state to create change locally. We want to see freedom keepers on every school board, sitting on every city council and bringing about change from within. I know what a monumental task this seems, but we’ve already seen parents run for school boards and city council seats this past June and I personally know several school boards and a city council that now have freedom keepers among the ranks! Put one in the win column for Health Freedom!
In these crazy times, I know (all too well) that this fight can become personal. On June 1st I had a family member pass away all too young and with mysterious symptoms 5 weeks after her second round of Moderna. June was a crazy month for me flying back and forth to CO to be with family and to try and make heads or tails of exactly what happened, and honestly, her death affected me on a much deeper level than losing a loved one normally would. You see, I never began speaking out for me, I began speaking out to help those that weren’t getting true informed consent, that were being led astray by and industry that see’s us as dollar signs, not as a sister-in-law, or a mother or father, or children, and to have someone so close succumb to the pressure of the Medical Industrial Complex was devastating, it was like I had failed her. But, I’m so grateful for the people in this movement who remind me this movement is also about taking responsibility for our personal choices, our own health, and of course the FREEDOM to choose what is best for us and our families.
So, while we’re holding sparklers, or catching candy at a parade this weekend (psst! throw it back!), I ask that you take a moment to reflect on what freedom, what Health Freedom, means to you. We have a big goals this year and we can only get there together. Thank you for everything you’ve done and for your continued support.
God’s freedom and blessings,