Updated: Mar 6
Convoy leads shared that Ted Cruz was en route to come talk to us.
Funky Father shares stage with Ted Cruz?
It'd be more accurate to say that we stood on the same stage, er, in this case a flat bed truck. But fun all the same.
While we waited for him to arrive, they invited folks up to come up to sing or share a poem. A guy read a poem about leaves, trees, roots, and connection to God.
When my turn came, I introduced myself, that I'd been waiting for this moment (standing up to tyranny) for a long time, and then recited some versus from my 2019 song, "We Do Not Consent," a protest against SB-276 and the medical tyranny that I saw coming, which we're in now. When I exited the stage, a guy from the crowd Said, “I heard what you said,”and gave me a big bear hug! What an honor.
Then, Ted Cruz was introduced and spoke to us. Appreciate him coming out, and him saying something to the effect of…when did it become anyone else's business what you put in your body...no one should tell you what you put in your body.
Singing to the truckers as they go, Ted Cruz in lead truck
Hoping Cruz and the convoy can get medical mandates eliminated forever. Can’t believe they’re even something we have to deal with.
Thank you truckers, coordinators, supporters, those who are aligned with truth, those waking up, and those who will get those unlawful medical mandates cast down for good.
Interviewed Brooke Twisdale, from CA.
She shared about Beatrix Potter, the author of The Tale of Peter Rabbit and others children's books. Potter was a naturalist painter who painted mushrooms.
As she painted, she'd noticed and painted discovered lichen that the natives of our continent had used as an antibiotic (two organisms). Potter realized that the two organisms worked symbiotically together, not always fighting like scientists insisted as "survival of the fittest." She, like the natives knew nature participated in symbiotic relationships.
When Potter tried to share her discoveries with the head professor of the science department, he dismissed her as someone of inferior intellect, turned his back on her, and looked out of the window. 100 years later the school apologized to her.
Brooke went on to talk about the Eugenics Program at Stanford University. She's currently studying the lady who gave money to start Stanford, explaining how doctors got quiet after Hitler's reign.