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A Backwoods Militia Prepares For War - Fighting Muslims And Protecting The Constitution

Armed militias, which are generally a collection of like-minded folks that feel the need to prepare themselves in case things really hit the fan, remain prevalent across the country. As a general rule of thumb, it’s believed that activities of these groups ramp up when there’s a Democratic president in office, but they tend to trail off when a Republican occupies the Oval Office. That’s not the case right now, as reports indicate that activity remains strong in spite of the election of President Donald Trump.

As the Daily Mail shares, one such group is located in Georgia, and it’s known as the Georgia Security Force militia. The group gathers one weekend a month to train in the event that they need to defend themselves against enemies - whether those enemies are foreign or domestic.

“I started to realize that I got very angry because the system has been so abused over and over and over again, making rights out of thin air for people who don't deserve to get anything,” shared John DeMaria in reference to what inspires him to be part of a militia.

James Corcoran, a professor at Simmons College in Boston, has been a keen observer of militia activity for some time now, and he’s concerned that it’s a powder keg type of thing that may eventually explode.

“What would concern me is that nobody gets more angry than a fan spurned,” he said.

Corcoran is referring to a scenario in which a militia becomes upset with a decision handed down by a sitting president or members of Congress, and subsequently decides to take matters into their own hands. That’s a pretty scary thought, and we’ll hope that’s a scenario that’s only relegated to Corcoran’s worst fears.

“Even if President Trump is able to do the things that he wants to do, he's still got Congress to contend with. Congress is the same old dog-and-pony show. All they do is fight. They're never going to grant us more freedom,” said militia member Chris Hill. “A lot of people have let their guard down because he was elected, and I would wholeheartedly say that is a big mistake. ... If anything we should use this time wisely. Like the Good Book says, a wise man prepares, a fool takes his chances.”

Member Yvette DeMaria holds a similar position, and she feels better knowing that she’s surrounded by like-minded folks.

“We cannot be silent anymore. We have voices. We need to rise up. We need to speak up. We need to find like minds,” she said. “We're going to church every Sunday – but Monday through Saturday, what are we doing?”

Fair enough, but what’s to stop other militias from rising up that may not have the best intention in mind? The end result of that is anarchy and massive loss of life, and that’s not something any country needs to be dealing with.

“We're being called Trump militia. It's something I'm probably going to wear as a badge now,” Hill continued. “I feel a connection to President Trump.”

Source: Daily Mail
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