Five days ago one of the good ones in the US Senate put the 2016 election in context. All of the other issues combined cannot, do not, override the necessity of making this election about sovereignty and nothing else: For the first time in a long time, this November will give Americans a clear choice on perhaps the most important issue facing our country and our civilization: whether we remain a nation-state that serves its own people, or whether we slide irrevocably toward a soulless globalism that treats humans as interchangeable widgets in the world market. In Donald Trump, we have a forceful advocate for America. Trump has said that our trade, immigration and foreign policies must be changed to protect the interests of American workers and our nation. Sen. Sessions: Election offers a simple choice Jeff Sessions 9:45 p.m. EDT May 12, 2016 Sen. Sessions: Election offers a simple choice In recent years Senator Sessions, and others, warned the country about surrendering America’s independence to globalism, i.e. to a one government world. Since the early 1950s the media imposed a blackout on all opposition to the New World Order. I am certain the blackout was keeping a promise given to traitors by traitors. Global Government Thy Name is Treachery Last night Lou Dobbs interviewed John Bolton. I could not find the video or the transcript of the first, and most important, opposition to globalism I ever heard on television in all of the years I watched news shows. At long last a TV show got the truth to more Americans in five minutes than did all of the print articles and floor speeches in Congress ever achieved. For the first time in television’s long sorry history of war against the American people a spotlight lit up the media blackout. It is not farfetched to relate that spotlight to a WWII song. After all, Americans have been fighting the darkness since 1945: I have to believe that John Bolton and Lou Dobbs opened the door to more television reports opposing globalism as well as passing H.R. 75: Text of H.R. 75 (113th): American Sovereignty Restoration Act of 2013 (Introduced version) - GovTrack.us NOTE: H.R. 75 was first introduced by then-Congressman Ron Paul in 1997 as H.R. 1146. It was reintroduced in every Congress thereafter. It never got out of committee with Democrat or REPUBLICAN majorities —— not even when Republicans controlled Congress and the White House under Bush the Younger. Those who read my messages heard me say that I would not vote for Donald Trump. I still do not trust him on a lot of issues. In light of an opportunity to pass H.R. 75, I have to vote for Trump. No other issue, or combination of issues, could change my mind. In fact, I said I was for then-presidential candidate Ron Paul because of H.R. 1146 and nothing else. Finally, I always had faith in Senator Jeff Sessions; nevertheless, I had serious doubts about where Trump stood on continued membership in the United Nations. Last night John Bolton and Lou Dobbs convinced me that President Trump is on the right side of the issue and history. I now believe that President Trump —— and a Republican Congress spliced together by Tea Party conservatives behind H.R. 75 —— will get it done. It is a dead certainty that neither Hillary Clinton, nor any Democrat, will place America’s sovereignty above the United Nations and everything they have planned for their fellow “Americans.” Just to be on the safe, Tea Party conservatives must continue to work at giving the Republicans super majorities in both Houses irrespective of what they think about Donald Trump. p.s. Trump cannot do better than Vice President Jeff Sessions.