Like you, I got angry and frustrated by the lies Biden has told about MAGA and Trump supporters. I want to respond, but how do you respond when you are up against the President, the DOJ, the FBI, the liberal media, and big tech? Say or do the wrong thing and it will be used to try to confirm their lies, possibly hurting our cause instead of helping it.
What I would like to suggest is a grassroots, national day of action – The MAGA October Surprise! An honest display of just who Conservatives are and what we stand for.
The inspiration comes from John 3:17-18
But if anyone has the world’s goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God’s love abide in him? Little children, let us not love in word or talk but in deed and in truth.
Nationwide MAGA Food Drive on October 22, 2022
Neighbor Helping Neighbor
Inflation, high food and gas prices, shortage of fertilizer, drought, even the bird flu, etc. have caused food prices to skyrocket, and this problem isn’t going away any time soon. Food banks are already running low and the holidays are rapidly approaching.
Let’s Fill Up our Local Food Banks!
As Conservatives, we believe in helping our families, our friends, and our communities, or really anyone in need. We believe problems are better solved at the local level than in Washington, DC. We don’t want to see anyone go hungry because of the incompetence of the federal government. We can make things a little better and we might even show a few on-the-fence voters that we are the good guys.
On Saturday, October 22 (or any date of your choosing), let’s hold food drives all around the country. Do it as an individual or with your family, do it with your church or business, or ask some friends to help. Big or small, it makes no difference. The point is just to share a little of what you have with someone who needs it. Hold a Trump rally or a boat rally. If you are near Florida, maybe you can hold a food drive for Florida.
Contact local radio, TV, and newspapers. Promote on social media. Put up signs. Use Twitter and GETTR to spread the word.
- Call you local Food Bank for guidance and to find out what they need.
- Make sure you find out how to handle cash donations.
- You can also search for food drives and there are several websites with good information.
- If setting up drop off points, make sure you get permission from the business.
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