The Word From the Trenches – July 3, 2019

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14 thoughts on “The Word From the Trenches – July 3, 2019

  1. Henry, thank you for continuing to clearly lay out why and what we will be fighting for. I’m of the same opinion that this invasion should be the top priority of anyone that is “truth telling.”

    Have a nice day off and hit the target.

  2. Don’t be talking bout old, and eyes aint as good!
    That’s what scopes are for!
    If you need one, I’ll find a way to get you one!

    i wanted to swear a lot! 🙂

    1. When I decided not to have a Talmudvision any more, my favorite part was when Paul Teutel from the Orange County Chopper said….. “don’t be stupid”

      No offense intended…

      I’m half Irish…

      My last name don’t show it but, I’m of the Murray clan…

      We are on the same page,brother!

    2. My big gun has a scope on it.
      What I’m talking about is random shots in random places in random light, shooting strictly off-handed with open iron sights on purpose.
      Now, I’m sure you know that when you reach the point when you can hit something moving at 100 yards with open sights, when you throw that 3 x 9 scope into the equation, you can hit something at 400 yards six inches around off-handed and even moving with a degree of proficiency.
      Man, give me a tree to lean against, and I’ll do the same at 700 yards, give me a bi-pod and some sandbags, which I have, and I’ll hit the same pie plate at 800 to 900 yards with the same consistency. Just the wiggle factor when you crank the scope up.
      As a child I was taught to shoot strictly off-handed, so if I missed and I actually had a rest, I got my shirt tail cut off.
      I’m just trying to get as good as I can and I know the best route there.
      Check this out brother. I’m wearing glasses that are 8 years old on account of the newest pair from a few years ago snapped in half, and still, I’m hitting shit the size of a tennis ball off-handed with open iron sights. The final phase of my plan is a new pair of glasses. That way the guns I purposely have with open sights will be just as deadly.
      I’m just telling everybody as far as I’m concerned it is time to be as sharp as we can.
      Have a Happy Hijacking of the Uprising Day. 🙂

  3. Today on the broadcast I heard Henry say that the real day that should be celebrated as Independence Day is, “April 18th, 1775,” when the people, as INDIVIDUALS, at Lexington-Concord fought for a whole year for “INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM and LIBERTY.”

    So beyond the traitorous aristocracy that stayed cozied up to the king of England, we know there was a real fight for freedom, a fight by some of the bravest men who ever lived, most of whom remain nameless.

    I bet inaccuracy can be found in this song, but I decided to post it just because the “so-called” holiday is something of an emotional event for me. I still want to love my country and this song helps me remember those who really did try to make it the land of the free:


    1. I erred when I said April 18th, 1775.
      The Battles of Lexington and Concord were fought on the 19th of April, 1775.

  4. people have their bellies full their comfort area and their job to successfully proceed in this world do I see things changing well it’s up to the people to change it each individual on their own Freedom doesn’t come easy.

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