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I’ve been warning about a “civil war” for over a year now. In many ways it’s already happening. Antifa scumbags attacking conservatives, the brazen attacks by lunatic fringe “progressives” on Trump supporters, etc.
Today I gave my wife a card, and in the card was the donations you had all sent her. She's battling stage 3 breast cancer, Double mastec tomy, Chemo, radiation, the whole bit. So, I created a cookbook of our recipes and placed them on line. I suggested that anyone that wanted to donate a couple bucks for it, I would present the donations to my wife as a gift from my wonderful readers.
She was overwhelmed. She didn't know I was doing it, and she broke down in tears.
Thank you again from the bottom of my heart!
In the letter, I discuss the coming civil war. You know it's brewing. Conservatives against liberals, straights against trans, liberals against Christians, etc. It's getting ugly out there and now, in Virginia the Democratic leadership wants to confiscate citizens guns. This is not going to go over very well and we discuss the "2nd amendment" sanctuary counties that have been created.
I hope this doesn't lead to bloodshed, but we proved in the real civil war that Americans can indeed kill Americans. At antietam alone, in one day, 23,000 med were killed or wounded. That was with 1860 weapons. If things get crazy in 2019 or 2020, it could be worse.
So, we take a look at all that and more. Please give it a read, because it could end up in your backyard.
The Coming War?
In 1861, Americans showed the world just how vicious we can be. It was the civil war, and with it came a carnage rarely seen. In one particularly horrifying clash at Antietam, we saw more US casualties in one day, than has ever been witnessed before.
Fought on September 17, 1862, Antietam was the bloodiest single-day battle in American history with over 23,000 casualties (men listed as killed, wounded, captured or missing) in roughly 12 hours. The battle ended the Confederate invasion of Maryland in 1862 and resulted in a Union victory.