04-28 Convoy Rally

Adobe Overpass @ I-5 in Red Bluff

The convoy has been in Sacramento the last couple of weeks. A group of them headed to Washington today. They rolled through Red Bluff around 3pm. The video below is about 3 minutes of the convoy. There were so many truckers honking for us today though. Such a cool thing to communicate with fellow patriots with flags & horns.

Learn about The People Convoy and watch the live-feeds to follow where they’re at and what they’re doing. Check out their feeds and support them if you feel so inclined. I’ll be watching today’s playback to see us from their point of view!

Oreo Express pulled off to hang out with us for a bit. Thanks for stopping Oreo! We appreciate you so much!

Us seeing Oreo

Oreo seeing us

The 1st Amendment – Freedom of Speech

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Last night, I watched the People v Larry Flynt (out of curiosity more than anything) and it took me down a rabbit trail.

We know the 1st amendment protects our right to free speech – but did you know there are some exceptions?

At first I thought that had to be wrong. There’s no way we limit what someone can say. Right?

Below are examples of speech, both direct (words) and symbolic (actions), that the US Supreme Court has decided are not entitled to First Amendment protections.

US Supreme Court Free Speech

Watch The Water

In this new documentary, Dr. Ardis shares what he has learned about covid treatment.

WATCH THE WATER

According to Dr. Ardis, Remdesivir is essentially rattlesnake venom.

And get this! Rattlesnake anti-venom is monoclonal antibodies.

Sooo – remember when they started having 2 standards of care?

  1. If a patient had the shot, they were given monoclonal antibodies
  2. If they had not had the shot, they were given remdesivir

Billboard: 30x more likely to die

There are billboards in town that says those who haven’t gotten the shot are 30x more likely to die from covid. Are you taking this information at face value? Or are you doing research to better understand it?

The very small print on the billboard notes that the data came from a 3 day period.

During those 3 days, were they giving the same treatment to everyone or were those who hadn’t gotten the shot being poisoned with snake venom?

Why aren’t more people furious that this is happening?

Early Treatment

Dr. Ardis shares his recommendations for early treatment – nothing we didn’t already know but it’s nice to have resources.


Prescription Treatment: Dr. Ardis has teamed with telemedicine doctors available who will prescribe appropriate medications as needed – see prices below. Contact them below – I will also add them to our list of doctors providing early treatment.

Contact them here: https://www.synergyhealthdpc.com/covid-care/

Synergy Pricing:

  • Long Haul Membership: $99
  • Wellness Visit: $150
  • Sick Consult $250
  • Rapid Consult: $500
  • 5-7 Day Care Pass $500+

Yes – the cost for covid treatment is high. And not covered by insurance. This is common across all telemedicine doctors treating covid and other conditions where doctors are putting their licenses on the line to treat patients outside the CDC guidelines. I learned that with tickborne disease. It’s infuriating.


Natural Remedies: He recommends Zinc, C, Quercetin & N-acetyl l-Cysteine (you can learn more on our Natural Remedy page)

You can order all here: https://thedrardisshow.com/shop-all/

I truly believe in the natural remedies.

I make homemade tonic water (quinine). During times when people are sick (with any virus), we take a Tbsp a day (add it to a cup of tea or take like a shot with a little honey). The people I know who take this regularly don’t get sick! It’s easy and worth a try!

There is also strong evidence showing that people with low D get symptoms. If you think you have lower D, get out into the sun and supplement (especially during the winter).

Tehama County Republican Central Committee

The Republican State Central Committee (RSCC) is the governing body of the California Republican Party.

Each of the 58 California counties have a county central committee – which governs the local Republican Party and appoints delegates to the RSCC.

Committee members represent the county designated district in which they live.

The Tehama County central committee holds meetings once a month. They are looking for citizens to become central committee members.

You do not have to be a Committee member to attend the meetings.

Precinct Strategy

Most of the committees have fewer than 50% of their seats filled. Learn about the power of the committees here: www.precinctstrategy.com

Live Local Field Manual

I got my copy of the Live Local Field Manual (LLFM) a couple days ago and have been flipping through it a little – digging into the first section this morning, which is about individual accountability and seeking God every day.

If you’re not familiar with Live Local – I encourage you to learn a little about the concept.

The main goal is to combat globalism by living local. We do that by getting involved.

“The Declararion of Independence states that the government derives its ‘just powers from the consent of the governed’. Live Local is about ensuring the consent has consequence, so that government is just.”

Jarrin Jackson, LLFM

Living Local isn’t just shopping local or showing up to community events. Where we fail immensely – and trust me, I’m pointing the finger at myself here – is getting involved in our government & schools.

“Consent of the governed” simply means that if we don’t object to the decisions our elected officials make, we consent to them.

But do we even know what decisions they’re making?

Did you know that in 2020, the Tehama County Board of Supervisors we’re drafting a “Penalty Ordinance”? This would allow them to hire enforcement and hearing officers to cite and fine citizens for not wearing a mask and businesses for not enforcing the governors “guidelines”.

How do we know what they’re doing if we don’t read the agendas and go to the meetings?

How do we know what they think if we don’t sit down and talk with them?

Candy Carlson holds a townhall meeting every month to hear from her people. Until recently, the other supervisors were not doing this.

Do you know who your supervisor is? Each county has 5 districts & supervisors.

Learn About Local Government and Find Your Supervisor Here

If they hold townhall meetings, GO. If not, make an appointment to meet with them.

We need to:

  1. stop voting for people who don’t have our best interest at heart
  2. hold our elected officials accountable for the decisions they make – especially when those decisions go against the will of the people

Elections: How Do You Decide?

Every election, I pull out my ballot and fill in the circle next to the name of a person or next to a Yes or No on some issue.

These are HUGE decisions!

But honestly, I usually didn’t give those decisions the time and energy they deserved.

Whose name did I remember from signs around town? Which propositions seemed appropriate? Didn’t I see a commercial or a letter about that? Did my party support it?

We vote people into office to made decisions for us. If they think it’s good – maybe it is.

Or maybe we voted the wrong people into office.

I listened today to interviews of certain candidates running for local office. One says a lot of right things – he is well rehearsed and seems knowledgeable. The other says good things too, but he doesn’t seem to have as much support.

So it would make sense to vote for the first guy right?

But how do you know the smoothe talkin, educated, experienced candidate isn’t just a good actor?

We’ve seen it enough – people sweet talk us during campaign season, they do everything right, they say everything we want to hear – then they take their oath and everything they said during campaign season goes out the window.

If you vote the way I used to – name recognition, and what sounds good – please shift gears this years.

Do your homework. If one person sounds too good to be true, maybe find out why the other candidate is so passionate about running against him.

Read the details of the propositions. Don’t just read the pro and con blurbs – I mean really get into the details.

And if you have questions – ask. If you don’t know someone to ask – reach out to me. I may not always have the answers and I’ll never tell you how to vote – but I’ll certainly tell you why I’m voting the way I am.

Empower Tehama

Empower Tehama’s mission is to promote healthy relationships and social change in our community.

One of the most difficult issues to spot is abuse, especially when the abused is a friend or a member of your family. Empower Tehama is a local organization creating change in our community.

If you or someone you know is in an abusive relationship, Empower Tehama can help.

24-Hour Crisis Hotline: 530-528-0226

Business Center: 1805 Walnut


Empower’s programs include:

  • Domestic Violence Response
  • Children’s Services
  • Intervention
  • Sexual Assault & Trafficking Programs
  • Teen Dating & Violence Prevention
  • Community Awareness & Training

Camp Hope is a week long adventure for children and teens to help break the generational cycle of family violence by offering healing and hope to children and adults who have witnessed and been impacted by family violence”.

You can learn more about Camp Hope and nominate a child or volunteer as a counselor/mentor here: https://empowertehama.org/camp-hope


Consent is an ongoing negotiation. It is not a contract you’re locked into.

Station 19

The above quote came from a TV show – but it is a statement that should be instilled in every person from a young age.

You have the right to say NO. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been flirting or kissing or are naked in bed.

Tehama Search & Rescue

“That Others May Live”

Prior to retiring, my husband was the lieutenant who oversaw the SAR program. Since he retired, he joined SAR as a volunteer. That’s him on the boat.

If you aren’t familiar with Search & Rescue (SAR) – they are an all volunteer sheriffs team that train regular to “search” and “rescue” people who have lost or injured in the various terrains of our large county.

They are ready to get in the river or lakes, they have divers, they have gear for snow, they have dogs and 4wd to get into our remote areas, they are trained to repel down mountainsides and treat severe injuries in the field.

As you can imagine, to do all this right, the team puts a lot of time into training.

They most often get called out late at night – and sometimes during holidays.

They hold regular fundraisers to purchase equipment.

These are some of the most under appreciated people in our county. They won’t ever boast about what they do – so I’m boasting for them.

Thank you to all of the SAR volunteers. We appreciate more than you know.

Get to know the TCSAR:

https://tehamaso.org/operations-division/search-rescue/

No Matter What It Costs

This election year is unlike any other for me. Over the last 2 years, we have learned so much about our world, and in particular, our country.

The covid chaos has taught us how much our government has deceive us.

The 2020 election opened our eyes to election fraud and the great lengths people will go to win.

“There are people willing to stand up for other people no matter what it costs them.”

Johnny – Dirty Dancing

But the biggest thing for me has been seeing how many people have their heads in the sand. And I’ve been one of them for far too long.

There are so many individuals in local office (both elected and appointed), that have gotten there by taking advantage of the system and of the people. They do not have Tehama County citizens best interest at heart.

I never cared before. I just trusted the people running our county were doing the right thing.

But now I can’t unsee what I’ve seen. I can’t I hear what I’ve heard.

So this election, I am much more alert to the people running running for office. I want to know how they’ve conducted themselves in their own lives and in their work.

Some of our candidates have not been known to act with integrity. And yet at the first sign of public information that shows that, people jump in to defend that person.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, —

~from the Declaration Independence

Integrity is important. We have to be willing to get out of our comfort zones and have more detailed discussions about difficult issues. We have to be willing to identify weaknesses in our candidates.

That doesn’t mean we have to condemn them for those weaknesses. But we should expect them to overcome them. We should expect them to learn from their past mistakes and do better in the future.

We are all complaining about the people in office across the country and in our county who are doing bad things. But guess what folks – WE PUT THEM THERE!

It is OUR responsibility as voters to put the right people in office – not the one with the most experience, not the better public speaker, not the more popular person. We have to find the ones who will do what’s right and represent the individuals they govern, even when it’s hard, even when it goes against their own personal interests.

Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed.

~from the Declaration Independence

Listen to what people say – even if it’s hard to hear.

If you know that a candidate has a history of wrong-doing – reach out to me confidentially. Let’s find a way to get that information on the table.

How that person responds will tell us whether he or she is truly acting with integrity.

I want to encourage you to read the Declaration of Independence excerpt below. Our founding fathers understood that people become accustomed to suffering and that we would be more willing to suffer wrongdoings than to fight to correct them.

But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

~from the Declaration Independence

It’s time for change friends. We don’t necessarily need to establish a new government – we just need to get the right people into office and then hold them accountable to the oath they take.

It starts with us. It ends with us.

Integrity in Our Community

When I first started this group, our BOS was considering a penalty ordinance for individuals not wearing masks and businesses not enforcing them.

I was proud of our board for listening to our hearts and not instituting that ordinance. I truly believed we had a largely ethical and moral community leadership overall.

Since then, more and more information has come to light that has completely destroyed that belief – creating a passion in me to work towards educating our community and helping people get involved in our county.

Integrity: the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles

Integrity is a critical component to anyone holding an elected or appointed government office, as well as for being an officer, prosecutor, etc. People aren’t perfect, we all have failings in their lives – we are all just human.

But how do we handle things when we mess up? Do we own it and work towards improving? Or do try to cover it up and act like we didn’t do wrong?

To me – that’s what integrity is all about. It’s not just trying to do the right thing – it’s also having the willingness to acknowledge our failures.

Over the last 2 years, people have brought to my attention concerns they’ve had in the running of our county. Concerns at every level of local government.

Initially, I dismissed most of the complaints because they came from people I thought were being petty or had wrong motives.

But here’s the thing – even if they are petty and have wrong motives, they aren’t necessarily wrong!

The more I learn, the more disappointed I am in how unethical the people are who manage our local lives. We elect people into positions of authority and responsibility – people who represent us in making decisions about our community.

Shouldn’t we be able to ask them anything BEFORE we vote? Shouldn’t we want potential problem areas made public BEFORE we vote? Shouldn’t we be digging into their lives so we know we are voting for the person who will accurately and effectively represent us with integrity and intention?

Yesterday, information was made public about one of the candidates for sheriff. The person who shared this information had an anonymous account. The initial response from the candidate in question was to deny it and accuse the other candidate of dirty politics.

Some people understand the gravity of the issue – others immediately trusted the candidate in question and offered him support – without doing any research into whether the allegation was true and without understanding the weight of the issue.

It was that easy to convince people.

Why? Because we don’t like confrontation. We don’t like hard conversations. We don’t want to be part of the yucky stuff.

Where has this gotten us? We feel bad for the person “being attacked” and so we go vote for them. And we end up with a bunch of people in office who have a history of deceiving us!

Politics are ugly because people have a history. The question isn’t who has more history – the question is who handles their own history with integrity.

There are several positions in Tehama County that have more than 1 candidate. Don’t just watch for who has the better sign – don’t make your decision on who presents him or herself better. Dig in when issues come up and go learn the truth.

Ask questions of everyone! Someone has answers.

Tehama Tomorrow: Petition Drive

Tehama Tomorrow is circulating a petition to add a measure to the November ballot.

The measure would include:

  • Limit BOS to 3 terms (12 years)
  • Establish rules assigning work to BOS members & limit them from serving more than 2 terms on any commission, committee, etc.
  • Require each Supervisor to hold quarterly town meetings in their districts
  • Increase BOS compensation levels to median of nearby counties (currently salary is $12,540 per year)
  • Require county to live stream meetings

I think these are all good things. Read the full document below and let me know if you see any red flags.

shawn@tehamafreedom.org

Sheriff’s Office Salaries & Staffing Issues

More than 40 employees have left the operations & administration divisions of the sheriffs office in the last 4 years. Many of these were long time employees who understood the salary issues. I have personally spoken with or know others who have had direct conversations with a lot of those who have left, as well as several who are still employed at the SO.

As I understand it, salary is not the only, nor even the primary, reason for the exodus. Morale at the SO has been very low for quite a few years and has gotten increasingly worse in recent years. This issue isn’t discussed – IT NEEDS TO BE!

There are a lot of questions we should be asking of the prospective sheriffs and as citizens who have a critical interest in the future management of our county law enforcement, we should not be criticized for asking the hard questions:

  • Why has the SO been giving $1M per year in annual salary savings back to the county? And for how long?
  • How do the SO salaries compare to other county employee salaries?
  • What other options are available to manage the staffing issues?
  • What actions have been taken and why?
  • What would the new sheriff do differently?
  • What is and will be done to address morale issues and identify other reasons for employee retainment challenges?

It would also help to really talk with former employees, each of the BOS members, and other county employees who might be familiar with these issues.

I also encourage those who are concerned about the salaries to do some research. Transparent California is a website that makes government employee salaries available publicly. You can filter by Tehama County and 2021 – then search by “sheriff” to see the salaries. Is it less than other agencies? Yes. Is it not a livable wage in Tehama County?

Below are the Tehama County SO salaries so people can quickly see the 2020 salaries. Please note that if a certain individuals salary seems to be significantly lower, it means they were not paid for the entire year, but you can get a good idea of the salaries being paid. Now – while I do agree that our entire county needs to increase wages, I also understand that we do not live in a rich county.

That MUST be taken into consideration when we address salary issues. We are not going to compete with Shasta County.

The median household income for the US is $65,712.

The median household income for Tehama County is $44,514. Shasta County is $54,667.

I personally believe our BOS and County Administrator can and should do a better job of managing the county budget and finding new ways to increase income for the county. Salary issues will not change until our county budget management changes.

In the meantime, our sheriff and his key management team are going to have to find creative ways to retain staff, hire new staff, and provide necessary services to our community.

The question we as citizens need to answer ourselves is who will be able to best utilize the current staffing and find creative ways to bring in new employees?

Talk to the men running – call them and ask to meet. Talk to ex-employees (seek them out – they’re not hard to find, Chad is one, my husband is one, there are 4 more on Chads campaign, there are several that have gone to work at the RBPD and other county agencies).

1st Batch of Pflzer Comern!ty FDA Approval Docs Has Been Released!

Sept 2021 – Public Health and Medical Professionals for Transparency (PHMPT) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with FDA to obtain the documentation used to approve Pfizer’s Comirnaty (safety and effectiveness data, adverse reaction reports and lists of active and inactive ingredients).

The FDA did not respond.

PHMPT sued.

Pfizer and the FDA asked the judge to release the documents at the rate of 500 pages per month (which would take 75 years!)

The judge ruled that they have to released 55,000 pages per month.

Early Findings:

Jeff Hayes Films

This information needs to be shared! Why do some people not want to know about this?

Cov!d itself is treatable. LEARN MORE HERE

So why would anyone choose to be injected with a potentially life altering and deadly shot?

More About the Document Release:

Article: Newly Released Pfizer Documents Reveal COVID Jab Dangers

Full Release (1st 10,000 pages)

Military flights 3-3-22

390 MIL AIRCRAFT UP✈️ U.S.A. 11AM EST

Grumman E-2D advanced Hawkeye is an American all-weather, carrier-capable tactical airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft. Learn more: https://www.northropgrumman.com/what-we-do/air/e-2d-advanced-hawkeye/


Boeing P-8 Poseidon operates in the anti-submarine warfare (ASW), anti-surface warfare (ASUW), and shipping interdiction roles. It is armed with torpedoes, Harpoon anti-ship missiles, and other weapons, can drop and monitor sonobuoys, and can operate in conjunction with other assets, including the Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton maritime surveillance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).


Boeing E-6 Mercury is an airborne command post and communications relay The E-6B conveys instructions from the National Command Authority to fleet ballistic missile submarines (see communication with submarines), a mission known as TACAMO (“Take Charge And Move Out”).


Military Presence – Ukraine 02-26-22

Normally I don’t spend much time looking across the ocean – but I was curious about flights near Ukraine today.

Monkeywerx has more detailed info and stays up to date on the situation.

This is the USAF Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Global Hawk is a high-altitude, remotely-piloted, surveillance aircraft. The Global Hawk performs duties similar to that of the Lockheed U-2. The RQ-4 provides a broad overview and systematic surveillance using high-resolution synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and long-range electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) sensors with long loiter times over target areas. It can survey as much as 40,000 square miles (100,000 km2) of terrain a day, an area the size of South Korea or Iceland.


These are air refuelers – which usually means there are fighter jets in the area.

We also have our west coast covered


Royal Air Force – Airbus KC2 Voyager (their air-to-air refueler) – with 2 fighters.


Italy Air Force – 767-2EY is also a refueler


Russian Air Force – Ilyushin II-76MD (Military cargo planes)


BTW – take a look at these 2 maps showing 1. Russian missile strike locations and 2. US Biolabs in Ukraine. Turn of the news. This isn’t Russia against Ukraine. This is good against evil.

02-21 Adobe Overpass Rally

We wanted truckers going to Barstow to know we appreciate them, so we gathered on the I-5 Adobe overpass with a big “Thank You Truckers” sign and lots of flags. The response was amazing.

We also had 2 pick ups there collecting supplies to send down to the truckers. Huge thanks to both Walker family & Steve Greunwald for supporting the convoy!

With their own contributions and our supplies, the walkers filled 12 hefty tubs.

With their own contributions and our supplies, the walkers filled 12 hefty tubs.

Steve planned to go with the convoy all the way to Texas. The Walkers planned to drop supplies in Barstow on Tuesday and return home the next day. They just couldn’t come home – they went on to Arizona and now they’re going all the way to Texas too!

Natalie is sharing videos and pics along the way. The photos below are from Adobe.

California Mask Mandate – Again

Here we go again!

Starting Wednesday (Dec 15), Newsom is requiring masks be worn indoors (through Jan 15).

The state is also ordering unvaccinated people who are attending events with over 1,000 people get a negative test within 1-2 days of the event.

Learn more about what the state thinks we should be doing: https://covid19.ca.gov/masks-and-ppe/

BTW – more than half of California counties already have strict indoor mask mandates. I would think those counties (which likely have high shot rates too) would be free and clear by now.

Current Data (Dec 13, 2021):

(Normal flu is typically 2 deaths per million per day)

Military flights – 11-30

Times are PST

E-3 Sentry is an American airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) aircraft developed by Boeing. E-3s are commonly known as AWACS (Airborne Warning and Control System). It provides all-weather surveillance, command, control, and communications.


E-6 Mercury is an airborne command post and communications relay The E-6B conveys instructions from the National Command Authority to fleet ballistic missile submarines (see communication with submarines), a mission known as TACAMO (“Take Charge And Move Out”).


E-8 Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (Joint STARS) is a United States Air Force airborne ground surveillance, battle management and command and control aircraft. It tracks ground vehicles and some aircraft, collects imagery, and relays tactical pictures to ground and air theater commanders.


RC-135V/W Rivet Joint reconnaissance aircraft supports theater and national level consumers with near real time on-scene intelligence collection, analysis and dissemination capabilities. The aircraft is an extensively modified C-135. The Rivet Joint’s modifications are primarily related to its on-board sensor suite, which allows the mission crew to detect, identify and geolocate signals throughout the electromagnetic spectrum.


Refuelers (generally for fighters)


Fighters & Helicopters