A union was formed in July to fight for rights in Utah. They call themselves the Liberty Action Coalition. Let's learn more about what they're fighting for below.
The Continuous Fight for Rights in Utah
Although much of the country is supportive of both President Trump and our Second Amendment, it’s not often reported on that way by the mainstream media.
And despite consistent efforts of grassroots organizations to take on the tyrannical state governments stifling economic recovery across the country, it’s hard to find news reports on them.
Far-left Progressive and Socialist groups are much more popular on the nightly news.
What Is the Liberty Action Coalition?
The Liberty Action Coalition was created in July. It defines itself as “a union of individuals and groups committed to the U.S. Constitution and its principles.”
They have organized a rally protesting mandated masks for K-12 school children in Utah, counter-protested Black Lives Matter demonstrations, and now organized a Tactical Parade on September 17.
About 75 vehicles participated in the parade, traveling roughly 10 miles throughout St. George, Utah. They honked their horns, waved American flags, displayed their firearms, and showed support for President Trump’s reelection.
The parade began at Washington City's Veterans Park at 6 p.m., with a planned trip across St. George to Canyon View Park in Santa Clara.
Upon arrival in Santa Clara, several members of the group spoke to a crowd of 120 attendees about the importance and the meaning of the United States Constitution.
Larry Meyers, the group's treasurer, described the Constitution as being written by “some of the greatest men who ever lived on this earth.”
Their Involvement with Schools
The topic then shifted to the public school mask requirement, with encouragement to email Utah Governor Gary Herbert on the subject.
The Coalition is also vocal about opposing mandatory vaccines for school children.
Earlier this month, the group officially endorsed three write-in candidates for the Washington County School Board.
The candidates, Sadie Lee Pulsipher in District 1, Larry Meyers in District 2, and Dave Shaw in District 3, have all promised to fight Gov. Herbert's mask mandate.
The Coalition Reminding Citizens About Their Rights
In 2004, September 17 was federally designated as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day to commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787.
We continue to celebrate Constitution Day because the historic document, along with its bill of Rights, is the legal means by which “We the People” ensure that the government serves its vital purposes without violating our rights.
Constitution Day was the perfect symbolic day for the Liberty Action Coalition. It was an opportunity to meet and remind citizens that our modern-day government has violated our rights in 2020.
Before we concede any more of our God-given rights, let us be reminded that America has our Constitution to thank for all that we have become.
As Calvin Coolidge once said, “To live under the American Constitution is the greatest political privilege that was ever accorded to the human race.”
“The American dream comes from opportunity. The opportunity comes from our founding principles, our core values that are held together and protected by the Constitution. Those ideas are neither Republican, Democrat, conservative, liberal, white, or black. Those are American ideologies.” – Ted Yoho, Florida Representative
What do you think of the Liberty Action Coalition? Do you agree or disagree with the way they fight for rights in Utah? We'd love to hear from you in the comments section!
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