Do you hear it?

As we celebrate our independence from tyranny, others mock us.

Laura Loomer for Congress

Happy Independence Day!

I hope you’re enjoying this day with friends and family and honoring the history of our nation.

As we celebrate our independence from tyranny, others mock us.

As we remember the sacrifice of the patriots of the Revolution who freed us from the chains of despotism, others are working to enslave us with communism.

As President Trump delivered his remarks from Mt. Rushmore last night, we should take a look at what is happening around our country at this moment.

Historic statues and monuments are being toppled. Schools and streets are being renamed. History is literally being wiped out under the guise of racism.

The Left isn’t organizing this out of ignorance, they’re doing it as a means of control.

When we erase the memories and words of our heroes like the great men carved into stone at Mt. Rushmore, we erase their influence.

That’s what this is all about.

The Cancel Culture that is attempting to ban Conservative voices like mine on social media, is being extended to the past as a way to eliminate the influence of our Forefathers.

They want these words by George Washington long forgotten, “If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.”

The Left wants young Americans to never hear the words of Benjamin Franklin who said, “Whoever would overthrow the liberty of a nation must begin by subduing the freeness of speech.”

The radical Left believes it can subdue our patriotism by violently erasing our history while silencing the patriots among us who dare to speak out.

That will never happen.

I know you can feel it.

That rumble is the Silent Majority beginning to stand up.

I know you can sense it as American patriots around the country are waking up to their obligation to defend our communities from the growing threat of communism.

That rumble that you hear now will grow.

And in November, WE WILL ROAR!

Happy Fourth of July and thank you again for all that you do.

Respectfully,


Laura Loomer