Almost arrested for a third time in Red Wing, Minnesota, for not wearing a mask, at a business started in America, but now manufacturing using Vietnamese slave labor, “Red Wing Shoes”

Almost arrested for a third time in Red Wing, Minnesota, for not wearing a mask, at a business started in America, but now manufacturing using Vietnamese slave labor, “Red Wing Shoes”

Almost got arrested again for not wearing a mask in Red Wing, Minnesota. Of all places, it was at the thing most people know Red Wing for, Red Wing Shoes.

They aren’t even made in America, at least they are made in Vietnam not China, but small difference. Both places were ravaged by our elites with communism, and after tens of millions were brutally murdered, our elites use Vietnam and China as slave labor. Now, they are trying to destroy our economy with these masks, and turn us into slaves too, and TENS OF MILLIONS OF USEFUL IDIOT AMERICANS ARE COOPERATING WITH THEM.

The police came, but, really didn’t want to arrest me. I told them be my guest, arrest me, the charges won’t stick anyways. Already got off twice, make it a third time. I told the woman police officer she had no business being a police officer too.

Man proposes, God disposes.

“Duty is ours, the consequences are Gods.”

Stonewall Jackson

I told the police officers if they wanted to solve the problem, go arrest the owners of the Federal Reserve. I told them just because the owners of the federal reserve print out all this fake money and buy businesses, while throwing us in jail if we print out fake money, doesn’t mean they get to make the rules.

When the police arrived, I deliberately had my back to them, and as they approached, I told them in a loud voice, “READ MY SHIRT”!

It said, and I quote verbatim, “I protect my First Amendment rights, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances”, WITH THE SECOND AMENDMENT, “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed.”

After this excitement, I didn’t bring my cell phone, but the views of the Mississippi River from Red Wing are spectacular. Red Wing is named for the chiefs of the Dakota Sioux Indians who the French missionaries first found here, they wore a feather dyed red in their headdress.

Hiked to the top of the spectacular Barn Bluff, which was considered sacred ground by the Dakota Sioux. Right after I left it started thundering and lightning, to the Sioux Indians, this meant the thunder Gods were at work.

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