According to Keyes, the foundations of the United States, including its founding documents, are thoroughly Christian — inseparable from the biblical worldview that produced it. He noted that the entire Trinity was mentioned in the Declaration of Independence: God the Father behind nature’s laws, Jesus the Creator of everything, and the Holy Spirit via Divine Providence.
In an interview with the Liberty Sentinel prior to his November 8 speech in Mesquite, Nevada, Keyes said the only hope for America was for the American people to return to God. That means America must recover a proper understanding of the function of government, too, he said. America must end the evils of abortion and must stand firm for the truth, as well.
Check out this interview with Dr. Keyes from RPE:
Keyes was one of almost 20 high-profile speakers including nationally and internationally known leaders, elected officials, health experts, doctors, top activists, and more. Other speakers included cardiologist Dr. Richard Ruhling, SSRI expert Ann Blake Tracy, Freedom Advocates President Michael Shaw, filmmaker and 5G expert Jerry Day, Search for the Cause founder Richard Lear, author John Sneisen, Expo Chairman Dan Happel, radio host Robert Scott Bell, and many more.
Freedom Force International founder G. Edward Griffin, who created the Red Pill Expo, gave an inspiring speech on the importance of being involved in the political sphere. Blasting corruption and tyranny, he said everyone must play a role in fixing it. One of his slogans, which underpins much of Red Pill’s work, is “Don’t fight city hall — Be city hall.” He urged all in attendance to get involved and stay involved to protect individual liberty from the ravishes of collectivism.
VAXXED producer Del Bigtree, a staple at Red Pill Expo events, warned via video about the enormous and largely unstudied dangers of many mandated vaccines. He showed that America, which vaccinates more heavily than any other industrialized country, also has among the worst numbers on infant mortality, child death, and so on — especially compared with other rich countries such as Denmark and Japan that vaccinate far less.
Sheriff Richard Mack, who won a historic case against gun control and federal usurpation at the Supreme Court confirming that sheriff’s are not obligated to enforce federal statutes, spoke out against the growing power of government. Even though he expressed strong disagreement with the use of drugs, as a former undercover narcotics detective, he called for an end to drug prohibition, among other Big Government programs.
There was also good news. Mack talked about a recent conference put on by his organization, the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA), and the successes taking place across America. “Sheriffs are now standing up and realizing that their real job is to protect the rights of the people and the United States Constitution,” he said. “That will preserve liberty. That is what we are after. That to preserve these rights, that is why government is instituted among men. That is why we have sheriffs.”
Another key speaker was Ammon Bundy, the son of Nevada cattle rancher Cliven Bundy of Bundy Ranch fame. He spoke about his family’s incredible story, the danger of allowing government to control land and resources, and the power of brave Americans standing up for their rights. The U.S. Constitution is supposed to protect the rights of the people, but that will only happen if the people themselves stand up for their rights, he warned.
Illustrating the increasing trans-partisan nature of the movement for truth and freedom, Democrats Against UN Agenda 21 founder Rosa Korie spoke on the dangers of “sustainability” and out-of-control government. Korie, author of Behind the Green Mask, called for Americans to be united in their quest for freedom against overbearing and lawless government policies seeking control over America and the world.
Also speaking was the Liberty Sentinel’s own Alex Newman. After explaining the history of the public-education system — basically an institution founded by collectivists, socialists, and humanists to transform society — he urged parents to immediately remove their children from government schools. Among other characters, he discussed Robert Owen, Horace Mann, and John Dewey, all of whom were instrumental in the destruction of education and America.
Montana Public Service Commissioner Randy Pinocci, who helps oversee utilities in the state, talked about the importance of Christians, patriots and individualists running for office. “Instead of fighting city hall, we can be city hall,” he declared. “Be city hall. Run for office.” He urged everyone in the audience to seek elected office, adding that it would do wonders for the cause of freedom.
On Sunday, Pastor Matthew Cummings from Washington State offered an incredible sermon about the fact that contrary to communist claims, Jesus was NOT a communist, but rather, a supporter of liberty. The powerful preacher, who was put in terrorist Bill Ayers’ communist school as a child, proclaimed God’s word in an amazing and moving way that stirred those in attendance.
After the fourth Red Pill Expo, the crowd left energized, returning to their homes across the country determined to step up their efforts on behalf of individual liberty, health, and truth. Griffin told Liberty Sentinel he expects this machine to grow stronger going forward.
The next Red Pill Expo is expected to take place next summer, probably in Georgia, organizers told the Liberty Sentinel. Previous Expos have also been a great success. Stay tuned for details.
Videos from all Red Pill Expos are available through RedPillUniversity.org.