As I write this the mid-term elections are about 20 hours away. I feel the need to reach millions of conservatives but I need your help.
This is crunch time. No excuses tonight folks.
Every conservative must share every single conservative article, that has value, of course, on FACEBOOK.
The evil Mark Zuckerberg must receive the message loud and clear.
Mark knows agendas.
We know people.
We must all strive to reach more people tonight. It’s time for conservatives to get a little bit unhinged. Not in a violent way, but we must fight to get the conservative message out tonight.
If we are to truly achieve the RED WAVE that I believe is coming, then we can not get lazy. We can not assume anything. Tonight we must fight for every single vote.
Share everything you see that helps the cause today, tonight, and tomorrow morning.
Share it on every social network you frequent.
Send good articles to your friends by email. Tell them to do the same.
Ask for retweets on Twitter.
Share in every Facebook group you can.
Send private messages, post on your profiles, and share, share, share.
Tonight and tomorrow morning are crucial.
We must dominate Twitter and Pinterest and Google+.
No nook or cranny can be overlooked.
I want them to know that their best efforts to silence us did not work and we dominated the mid-term elections in spite of them.
I challenge all of my conservative brothers and sisters to make this happen.
There is no time to wait.
Share. Share. And Share Again.
Every vote counts.
Please help get the word out. My websites are so heavily censored that it’s nearly impossible for us to go viral these days. So I’m asking you to share this challenge as well. If you have a blog, repost this or write your own challenge. Whatever it takes to win…
There is no time to wait and no choice. Leading up to mid-terms Facebook must be overrun by the conservatives still there. This must happen with all social networks.
We have elections to win.
We will fight for every last vote as we help Make America Great Again.
Article posted with permission from Dean Garrison