The Spirit of ’76 Posterazzi The Spirit Of '76 Archibald M. Willard Poster Print,  (8 x 10): Posters & Prints

When I was a boy, you saw this painting in a lot of different places: The Spirit of ’76. It celebrates the birth of our country. We, the American people, rebelled against the most powerful empire in the world–and won. We lost our share of battles, we knew our share of heartache, but we won.

Today our country is in danger. Wealthy, powerful enemies, unrestrained by anything even approaching morality, have attacked us from within. They have spent decades undermining our culture, taking control of our institutions and turning them against us, even turning our children against us, by teaching them, in the schools that we pay for, that America is a sick and evil country that needs to be “transformed.” By them.

We must not suck it up anymore. We must not tolerate it. We want our country back, and we must do whatever it takes to get it. We must not be governed anymore by thieves, liars, traitors, sell-out artists, and reprobates. We don’t want their Great Re-set. We don’t want them.

The Democrat Party is working to destroy America. It has stolen the 2020 presidential election. It has injured us, abused us, insulted us, and hated us more than King George and his Parliament ever dreamed of doing.

It’s time for this to stop. No more compromise, no more “reach across the aisle,” no more anything except a resolve to stamp out the Democrat Party once and for all.

Their arrogance, their boasting about their crime, their lofty words about all the things they’re going to do to us once they’ve settled into power–

They will re-awaken the Spirit of ’76… which has slept too long.

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