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It Is What It Is

“It is what it is” is an often-battered-about phrase today. If you think about it, it’s because the individual stated it is what it is. However, it doesn’t have to be. You can change it to what it is now because you make a change. So, if you do nothing, you are right, “It is what it is,” but if you do something about it, it becomes what it used to be.

If you take the United States as an example, it is what it is because we made it that way, but we have the power to change that. A few years ago, we were sold a bill of goods of Hope and Change, which sounded cool at the time. We were told we were a few days away from fundamentally changing into it. Well, we did that; we changed from what it used to be into what it is now. We are on the cusp of permanently, fundamentally changing America, but we do not have to. All we have to do is change course, or as I like to say, “righten the course of the ship USA” to Restore Americans' Values.

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In the upcoming months, we will exercise our right to vote.

It's crucial to remember that the deceased doesn’t possess this right, nor does anyone have the authority to vote on your behalf by manipulating your ballot. We must insist on voter verification, ensuring that every vote is cast by a verified United States citizen. Too many have fought and died for this right to allow it to be undermined.

It's time to take action and change “It is what it is” to what you desire. Exercise your right to vote and demand that every vote is cast by a person with those rights. Our forefathers fought for this; let's not let their sacrifices be in vain. “Vote to Restore in 2024”.