Today (19 April) is a uniquely special day.
I’m often asked why I always write the numbers “419” after my signature. Here is why.
419 stands for April 19th—a date upon which occurred several important events associated with the fight against tyranny.
The first was the “shot heard ‘round the world” at Concord Bridge in 1775. It used to be a national holiday called “patriots day.”
The final assault on the Jewish Warsaw ghetto occurred April 19, 1943
Also, the coup d’etat in Laos (1964) occurred on this day.
More recently April 19, 1993 was the date when the final assault on, and murder of, the Branch Dividians in Waco, Texas occurred.
It was also the date in 1995 of the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City.
Then during the month of 2016 the Sagebrush Rebellion flared up again, this time resulting in the cold blooded murder of Arizona Rancher, Lavoy Finicum, by…
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