BLAIRSVILLE, Ga. – Chris Gaubatz – a national security consultant, speaker, and conservative political activist – is scheduled to address the Towns-Union County Tea Party on Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 7 p.m.
Gaubatz trains law enforcement on strategies and modus operandi of jihadists in order to locate and prosecute the networks, testifying before the U.S. Senate on the importance of minimizing radical Islam in combatting terrorism. Gaubatz works with citizens, legislators, and leaders at the local and state levels to expose and dismantle the networks.
“Muslim terrorists, by whatever name, are all believers in fundamental Islam and have declared war against western civilization, especially America and the Jewish State of Israel,” Gaubatz warned.
The security consultant led an undercover operation in the United States, posing as a Muslim and infiltrating the Muslim community. He gained access to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas-backed organization leadership meetings, preserving 12,000 pages of evidence and 300 hours of audio-video recordings from the Council of American-Islam Relations (CAIR) exposing fraud, sedition, and terrorism.
Gaubatz has been featured on numerous global media networks, including Sean Hannity, Tipping Point with LIz Wheeler, Savage Nation, Breitbart News Daily, and Louder with Crowder.
Towns-Union County Tea Party will host the presentation at the Butternut Creek Golf Club Community Room in Blairsville. The meeting is open to the public.
The event is sponsored by Dr. Dan’s Freedom Forum, Towns-Union County Tea Party, and Joshua’s Warriors.
UPDATE: Towns County GOP Chairman Betsy Young announced that Gaubatz is scheduled to speak in Towns County in March. Follow FYN for the date and location.
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Blairsville, GA – Dan Fisher, an Oklahoma pastor, author, and State Representative, will present the history of the Black Robe Regiment on Thursday, September 21, from 7:00 – 8:00 pm, at the Haralson Civic Center in Blairsville.
The Black Robe Regiment was comprised of patriot preachers during the Revolutionary War. Pastor Fisher believes America will not survive without an “awakening in the pulpit.”
The pamphlet promoting the event reads, “At no other time in American history, except at the start of the Revolutionary War, have we faced such perilous times. Then, our Forefathers were struggling for their freedom. Today, American citizens are in a desperate struggle to save our Country and our God-given Constitutional Rights.”
A question and answer session will follow the presentation.
Haralson Civic Center is located at 165 Wellborn Street in Blairsville, Georgia.
From the Desk of Sheriff Christopher M. Clinton
Towns County, Georgia
September 11, 2001 is a day I will never forget. I had spent the night before on a 12-hour shift as a patrol deputy. My wife woke me up to tell me about the first plane. As we watched in horror, we saw the first footage of flight 175 striking the south tower. I remember feeling like I had to do something. I did what a lot of other law enforcement officers did – I put on my gear and went back to work, without sleeping, in case I was needed. All of us knew that we were facing something we had never dealt with in the past. A lot changed that day.
We must always remember those who lost their lives and keep their families in prayer. American children are growing up without their mom or dad. Families have lost loved ones. We, as Americans, must always remember them and honor that memory.
On September 11, 2012, Ambassador Christopher Stevens, Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods, and Glen Doherty all lost their lives in an attack in Benghazi, Libya.
September 11 is also a day that Towns County Deputy James Taylor lost his life in the line of duty in 1981. Twenty years before the Twin Towers, a Towns County family suffered the loss of a father, husband, brother, and the whole community felt the loss of a local hero. I cannot help but to think of the Taylor family each year on this day. Deputy Taylor gave the ultimate sacrifice protecting and serving the people of this great county and we should remember his family in our prayers. The families of those who serve are affected much harder than the majority of people ever realize. We should all remember to keep these families in our prayers and especially those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
This weekend I attended and had the privilege of speaking to a group of riders at their annual 9-11 memorial ride. My friend, Dr. Dan Eichenbaum, a local ophthalmologist, a Cherokee County, NC commissioner, radio personality (Dr. Dan’s Freedom Forum), public speaker, and all around patriot made a statement that I believe to be profound. He reminded us of the importance of remembering the sacrifices of those who gave all. He said, “A man does not die until he is forgotten.”
Let us never forget.