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We Are Fighting Back - Day 77

Our Rights Are Not For Sale

Monday, January 27, 2020

Today is Day 77. When great tragedies and horrific crimes against humanity occur, survivors and onlookers commit to never forget what happened to victims and to prevent such acts of hatred, cruelty, and nightmares from ever happening again. Millions lost their homes to wrongful foreclosure during the Great Foreclosure Holocaust. For many, like our family, their homes were attacked when they made their payments, fulfilled their obligations, and fought to save them. Many, like us, are still fighting to keep from losing their homes today. Wrongful foreclosure is not an isolated inconvenience, unfortunate occurrence, frustrating hassle, or short-lived crime. It is not a record keeping accident, computer glitch, or procedural malfunction. Wrongful foreclosure is the persecution, imprisonment, and execution of the American dream. It is judicial tyranny and unchecked acute regulatory failure being allowed to destroy the chosen and earned lives of innocent, hard-working American families. Research demonstrates many wrongful foreclosure victims are never able to recover from this malicious theft of their financial status quo. Unlawful dispossession adversely affects multiple generations and negatively impacts far beyond the innocent homeowner’s property boundaries. Wrongful foreclosure defiles land records, strips safety and security from our American homeland, and disenchants any claims of America being a land where its citizens can roam free. Wrongful foreclosure revokes God-given, Constitutionally guaranteed rights to due process and property ownership. Is caving to the big banks because of campaign indebtedness, to protect pension funds, out of fear of reprisal, and in cowering to other blackmail coercion worth this high a price? Are we the people willing to allow our freedoms to be put up for sale at public auction blocks and sold to the highest bidder? Our American family is not. We did nothing wrong. We have committed no act or inaction to warrant or justify our home being taken from us. On a hillside in Idaho, and from our Montana home, our family is fighting to preserve what is ours, to clear our good name, and to hold those who have attacked us and others accountable for all they have done. We ask you to pray, share our story, never forget, help us stop what is happening, and exert proactive efforts to never allow it to happen again. It happened to us. It has happened to others. It could happen to you.


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