Received fom Vermont Liberty.net
During COVID, well-recognized Constitutional rights have been repeatedly compromised, without adequate justification. Four events planned in May are designed to educate and encourage Vermonters to defend our Constitution in the face of government over-reach:
- Saturday, May 1, Main Street Park in Rutland at 12 noon.
- Sunday, May 2, Gardner Park Bandstand in Newport, 2:00 pm.
- Saturday, May 15, Statehouse in Montpelier at 12 noon.
- Sunday, May 16, Burlington, Oakledge Park at 2:00 pm.
Each event will include several speakers on the topics of our rights as citizens to assemble, to our privacy, to have autonomy over our own bodies and to free speech. All Vermonters who are concerned about personal liberty are invited and encouraged to attend. Bring a flag and a neighbor!
There will be several speakers at each event, they include:
- Steve Merrill, NEK-TV host of “It’s News To Us” and the first reporter in Vermont to cast doubt on the Jay Peak fiasco a few years ago.
- Alice Flanders, an Aero-space engineer, Naval Master instructor and language expert who ran for the Vermont House in 2020.
- Ericka Redic is an accountant and small business owner in Burlington who ran for VT Senate in 2020.
These events are organized by the newly formed Vermont Liberty Network, details can be found at vtliberty.net or on Facebook.
For details contact: John Klar: firstname.lastname@example.org 802-673-4852
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