Shortly after Ring of Fire reported that Reddit users planned to ship glitterbombs to the Oregon militia, one of the leaders Jon Ritzheimer posted a video onto his Facebook page examining various hate mail that the group received before throwing it all on the floor and calling for “real patriots” to join the fight.
Ritzheimer rifles through the various boxes, decrying the senders for choosing to waste their money by shipping the boxes. Ritzheimer pokes at a large phallic object in a package labeled “dong,” and then grabs a package which he identifies as a “bag of dicks.”
Well done, internet.
It’s sad that there are people who would spend this kind of money on this rather than spending it to do good in the world. I’m done living in fear of an oppressing force. I’m going to uphold my oath to the Constitution and sleep great at night knowing that I did everything in my power to ensure what our founding fathers did for us will not be lost. To my family, I love you very much and I am sorry I can’t be there with you. Please look at this as a deployment, only this time I’m actually serving my country rather than being sent over seas to line the pockets of corrupt politicians. It is our sacrifice as a family that will make this country great again, not some election. And we are not alone. I am among some of the most honorable, and selfless people I have ever met. People who are dedicated to making the same sacrifice for this country. Read the constitution people. Get educated and don’t let your rights be taken. If your a Patriot and you feel the calling in your heart then all I can say is follow your heart. Don’t let the fear consume you. We all have lives but if we don’t make the sacrifice what kind of country are we leaving for our children. The status quo can’t go on any longer. We either take a stand against tyranny or we fail. Come be a part of history. And I am so proud that our country has become civilized enough that we can bring about change and right this wrong without any bloodshed. America is blessed.
Posted by Jon Ritzheimer on Monday, January 11, 2016