Dear Respected Patriot,
Let me start by saying to all the racist scum at the New York Times,
To mark the of emergence of the Tea Party Movement, the New York Times published an article attempting to blame the acrimony which is all too common in civic life today as having started with the Tea Party Movement. As if that was not enough of a stab in the back of the true patriots in America, the New York Times goes on to denigrate and condemn our movement and finally pronounce it dead and buried.
But even that was not enough for the “Old Gray Lady.” On Twitter many Antifa Activists squealed that the article forgot to call the Tea Party Movement “Racist.” Those intrepid Democrat Stenographers of the New York Times dutifully (…slavishly…) responded with a “correction:”
Our intent with the story was to look at the spending and deficit policy failures of the Tea Party 10 years after its rise, especially those failures under a Republican president and Republican Senate. The federal budget deficit is growing faster than expected because of President Trump’s spending and tax cut policies; this month the CBO projected that the deficit will widen to $1 trillion for the 2020 fiscal year.
After publishing, we heard from readers who made the point that in a story about the Tea Party and history, race and racism within the Tea Party movement needed to be addressed. While our story was chiefly about deficits and spending, we decided to add context about the Tea Party attacks on President Obama and the racist displays at some Tea Party rallies. We updated the story and sent out a tweet about that update.
For ten years the Tea Party has been struggling to clean up the mess made by the socialist and racist policies that the keyboard commissars of the New York Times have advocated. For all that time editors throughout the main stream media, including the New York Times, contrived stories to smear the Tea Party, because we were doing the right thing by standing up against the policies that brought poverty and death across the world and throughout history.
Nevertheless we have allowed the Tea Party brand to be spoiled by unfounded ad hominem attacks. Some of us have moved on to other good government organizations. Some of us have given up. All of us, even myself at times, have had our own crisis of faith.
The grim lessons of where Utopian promises lead to are left unlearned. In fact newspapers, television, schools, and colleges, are working to hide those lessons. We have many in our country that actively advocate for socialism. Too many of our fellow citizens don’t understand how close we are to the precipice, and how far we have to fall.
We will continue, not without hope, but knowing the unacceptability of the alternative. Not because we have any superior skills or genius plans but because we can’t just wait for Superman to show up and save us. We will continue because we owe it to our parents and our children, and ourselves.
After years of fighting, we scored a major victory over the Establishment with the election of Donald Trump and it has driven them insane. Those who wish to rule over you from birth to death are on the ropes. The knockout cannot happen without sustained resistance.
I ask for all of you to rededicate yourself to this movement, prove the anti-American tools of the New York Times wrong, and to do what you can to save our Republic. Now is the time for All good citizens to join the Worcester Tea Party.
Join or Die!
President Worcester Tea Party