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What to do When the First Amendment Free Speech is on the Line? - with Rebecca Lavrenz

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When the gavel fell on Rebecca Lavrenz's trial, the echo rang through the hearts of many who hold the Constitution dear. We peel back the layers of a courtroom that felt more like a political stage than a beacon of justice, as we recount the gripping trial of a praying grandmother and Constitution coach. Rebecca's conviction has sparked a national conversation, now fueled by figures like Donald Trump and Elon Musk, about the bedrock principles of our republic and the First Amendment. We take you inside the trial to dissect the troubling nuances and share the palpable frustration over a verdict that seems to stand at odds with the ideals we cherish.
With Rebecca's faith and fighting spirit as the undercurrent, this episode explores the potential for her conviction to reach the highest court in the land. We're not just commenting from the sidelines; we're in the thick of it, discussing how political leanings of judges may weigh upon the scales of justice and the constitutional arguments poised to form the bulwark of an appeal. As we draw parallels to historical figures who've faced the furnace for their convictions, we ponder the ironic possibility that Rebecca's case may amplify the very freedoms it sought to silence and stir public debate over the justice system's impartiality.
Our conversation shifts from outrage to action, as we hear her impassioned call for a cultural renaissance rooted in civic responsibility and godly values. Through tales of resilience and the rallying cry to 'Make America Godly Again,' Rebecca inspires listeners to become catalysts of change in their communities. This is more than a podcast—it's a clarion call. And for those seeking the full, unfiltered account, the entire exchange awaits at PatriotU on the Tavern show, a testament to the unwavering support for Rebecca and the restoration of the values we hold dear.

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Chapters

1. Praying Grandma Convicted for Capitol Prayer (00:00:07)

2. Discussing J6 Conviction Appeal Process (00:11:23)

3. Inspiring Joy and Action in America (00:19:21)

4. Supporting Rebecca (00:26:25)

120 episodes

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When the gavel fell on Rebecca Lavrenz's trial, the echo rang through the hearts of many who hold the Constitution dear. We peel back the layers of a courtroom that felt more like a political stage than a beacon of justice, as we recount the gripping trial of a praying grandmother and Constitution coach. Rebecca's conviction has sparked a national conversation, now fueled by figures like Donald Trump and Elon Musk, about the bedrock principles of our republic and the First Amendment. We take you inside the trial to dissect the troubling nuances and share the palpable frustration over a verdict that seems to stand at odds with the ideals we cherish.
With Rebecca's faith and fighting spirit as the undercurrent, this episode explores the potential for her conviction to reach the highest court in the land. We're not just commenting from the sidelines; we're in the thick of it, discussing how political leanings of judges may weigh upon the scales of justice and the constitutional arguments poised to form the bulwark of an appeal. As we draw parallels to historical figures who've faced the furnace for their convictions, we ponder the ironic possibility that Rebecca's case may amplify the very freedoms it sought to silence and stir public debate over the justice system's impartiality.
Our conversation shifts from outrage to action, as we hear her impassioned call for a cultural renaissance rooted in civic responsibility and godly values. Through tales of resilience and the rallying cry to 'Make America Godly Again,' Rebecca inspires listeners to become catalysts of change in their communities. This is more than a podcast—it's a clarion call. And for those seeking the full, unfiltered account, the entire exchange awaits at PatriotU on the Tavern show, a testament to the unwavering support for Rebecca and the restoration of the values we hold dear.

Support the Show.

  continue reading

Chapters

1. Praying Grandma Convicted for Capitol Prayer (00:00:07)

2. Discussing J6 Conviction Appeal Process (00:11:23)

3. Inspiring Joy and Action in America (00:19:21)

4. Supporting Rebecca (00:26:25)

120 episodes

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