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UPDATE: Saturday, 14 February 2015; 03:56 PM, EST

I normally leave updates at the end of a column but it is critical for the reader to know that since this was published, Mark Kessler has been embroiled in yet more controversy which finally proves that he is, at best, mentally unstable and, at worst an agent provocateur for the traitors running the United States government. For more, read the column below:

Phony Patriots Rolled by the FBI All Match the Same Profile


When you’re working hard at the success of your own marketing and delivery company, you’ve got to do some grueling jobs, some jobs that are thankless and some that are downright dangerous.

One of those jobs came in helping a local pizza place get their deliveries done. A previous driver had been jumped and subsequently quit. When the call came in for a $74 delivery to be made in a church parking lot, the flags started to go up.

Upon pulling into the parking lot, the four young men sitting on the curb had a 5th comrade hiding off to the side. They repeatedly tried to get behind the driver until he calmly walked back to his car and produced a hand gun. The would-be thugs immediately scattered but not before one of them urinated himself.

Meet Robby Wells. He’s running for President of the United States.


It was a light morning for the Dutch Kitchen in Frackville, Pennsylvania. They apparently didn’t know they were about to host two of the hottest rising stars in the Liberty movement; Presidential hopeful Robby Wells and the Patriot Police Chief, Mark Kessler. Kessler made national news when he took his support of the 2nd Amendment to a new level; not only would he not be enforcing any unconstitutional laws or regulations infringing on the right of the citizens to keep and bear arms, he authored and got passed his own local referendum declaring that intent.

Pretty soon the back of the Kitchen began to fill up with Chief Kessler’s Constitutional Security Force posse—at least one of whom openly wore a firearm. None of the staff seemed in the least bit disturbed. Perhaps because, if they didn’t already know that Mark Kessler (who was not in uniform at the time) was a local law enforcement officer, they knew there was a presence when they saw State Constable Pat Reynolds walk in. Reynolds is running to take the Schuylkill County Sheriff’s seat away from incumbent Democrat Joseph Groody. If Reynolds was running against Groody, he was in the right company. Groody has played his issue cards close to his chest but intrepid bloggers have uncovered some comments that imply a very unfriendly stance towards the Bill of Rights.

The local chapter of Oath Keepers was well represented with Co-Organizer Mike Williams. Another prominent member of Oath Keepers, Stuart Kahl, just happens to be Robby Wells’ Northeast Coordinator.

Oath Keepers is an organization whose stated mission is to encourage serving law enforcement and military personnel to obey their oath to protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic as well as disobeying unlawful or unconstitutional orders.

Are you starting to see a trend here?

If you haven’t heard of Robert “Robby” Wells, it’s probably because you know little of college football.

Wells has been an assistant coach at Benedict College, South Carolina State University, and the University of South Carolina. While he worked at the University of South Carolina, he had the honor of working for the living legend, Lou Holtz…

In 2007, Wells became the first head football coach at “historically black” Savannah State. He stayed on board for two years and then suddenly resigned citing reasons of “family” and “health”.

But in 2010, Wells filed a lawsuit claiming that he was discriminated against. As ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” noted, it wasn’t the first time Savannah State was forced to deal with such an accusation.

Former graduate Jamie Rigdon was the winningest baseball coach in school history until he was suddenly asked to step down. His accusation of “racial discrimination” seemed to receive some merit when he received a settlement from the “historically black” college.

These are the life experiences that Wells will tell you pointed him toward the seemingly impossible goal of attaining the presidency.

Outside of sports aficionados and Tea Party rallies, Wells has received little publicity, but he remains undaunted. He asserts that he’s in it to win and he’s been running since 2012.

Having represented both the Reform and Constitution Parties, Wells made this public statement about his candidacy:

It is time for Americans to move in a new, positive direction. It is time for America to elect a third party candidate for president.

For the middle class Americans that feel as if your American dream has been replaced by an economic nightmare, I have a plan. It requires your help. We need each of you to take ownership in your country and take a stand as I have.

I’ve gone through the unemployment line just like a lot of people. I’ve been under employed. I felt as a middle class American, I was getting squeezed out like everyone else has.

Wells says that his grandfather helped impart to him three rules to live by:

1) Do what’s right.
2) Do your best.
3) Do unto others as you would have them do unto you (this last one you may have heard before).

Wells also feels he was influenced to run for president by family friend Jimmy Carter.

His candidacy can accurately be called a “dark horse” race that is picking up steam. He now has offices in 45 states and has been courted by the Republican Party. However, for the security of the relationship, he will neither commit to the switch nor disclose who in the Party is speaking with him. He is all too familiar with the treatment given to Ron Paul supporters during this last presidential election cycle.

Wells has an interesting platform, to say the least.


Wells 2016On war, Robby Wells says it should be waged against a sovereign nation and not a nebulous descriptor like “terror”. I, for one, agree with him.

A “War on Terror” is one that conceivably has no end, like a “War on Poverty” or a “War on Drugs”. These are institutionalized endeavors that have cost the American taxpayer trillions of dollars and have succeeded only in lining the pockets of an entrenched Elite.

Wells states that American energy dependence is a prime factor in almost every terror attack since 9/11. Independence from foreign oil is a top priority for him. America, the former coach exclaimed, has become an empire and we all know what happens to empires. It’s time to bring the troops home, he said, and employ them only when the interests of American citizens are threatened (in contrast to corporate interests).

Wells was solemn when he discussed with me his very first action after being sworn in as president: to honor the promise he made to the parents of Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, U.S. Army. Bergdahl has been in Taliban hands for over four years, yet there is little movement from the Obama administration. Wells states that the current Commander in Chief knows exactly where Bergdahl is but refuses to act.


Robby Wells then became impassioned when he explained to me that the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act as well as the Patriot Act had taken away American expectations of privacy. He wants to repeal both.


Wells asserts that a strong economy deters war and he will turn “Free Trade” into “Fair Trade” via the use of tariff penalties on foreign-made goods. He will also look to repeal NAFTA as a source of lost American jobs.

I made the counter-point that trade tariffs would, accordingly, make the cost of goods rise. However, upon looking in to the matter there is a case to be made for companies that pay well and still do well.


Wells sees “Obamacare” as a job-killer that will weigh down a failing economy and would be looking to repeal that as well. But he’s not insensitive to the need for reform, admitting that he doesn’t even have health insurance presently.


The political upstart noted that Executive Orders have taken the place of duly enacted legislation and I, again, agree. EO’s have mutated tyrannically since George Washington first used the mechanism for buying White House dinnerware. Few realize that Executive Orders have been used to intern Japanese Americans or confiscate privately-owned gold (both of those originated from Franklin Roosevelt).

Wells would look to examine each one and rescind the worst offenders.

He also vows to break the government/media blockade erected by the most transparent administration, ever.


One thing that comes across loud and clear from the Wells campaign is his distrust of the Federal Reserve—an institution the coach wants you to know is not “Federal”. According to Wells, the Constitution states it is the job of Congress to print money, not an unaccountable private bank. A top priority for President Wells will be a full audit of the Fed.

most transparent admin ever

Given the results of even partial audits, like the one recently forced by former Congressman Ron Paul, I shudder to think what they will find.

Wells may shock some of his Liberty-minded supporters when he tells you that he will not push to abolish fiat currency (paper money with no valuable collateral like precious metals). His reason is that as soon as gold or silver returns to back the dollar lender nations like China will simply confiscate it.

He’s got a point.


On “gun control” Robby Wells stated unequivocally that the 2nd Amendment is about “tyranny control”, not hunting.

It’s a good thing he did, too. Some of the members of Chief Kessler’s Constitutional Security Force get an odd look when you imply you want their guns.

Wells went further than that, joining the Patriot Police Chief for an afternoon at the range where some heavy-duty firepower was exercised.

He needed a little coaching but wasn’t as out of water as other political figures have been.


On immigration, Wells says that he will take the troops he brings home from abroad and put them on the border until he can get it secure again. He stated that our immigration system is broke and needs to be reformed. Although he didn’t state that he is for “amnesty” of existing illegals he did admit that reforming the process for becoming an American could be seen as a type of “amnesty”.


On the issue of abortion, Wells begins to tell a story of a young girl with a promising future in music who got involved with an older married man. She got pregnant and received tremendous pressure to abort the baby. Miraculously, she denied it all, brought the baby to term and then gave him up for adoption. He ended up in the tender care of a Baptist minister who was told the story. Robby Wells then looks you in the eye and says, “That’s me.” After a pause, he smiles and says firmly, “Life takes place at conception.”

When it comes to the state of kids, families and schools across America Wells asserts that it all started to go downhill shortly after the Supreme Court mandated that prayer leave public schools in Engel v. Vital (1962).


Wells says he’s already gotten his feet wet by spending time with the likes of Jose Cuisia, the Philippine Ambassador to the United States.

But when it comes to the billions of dollars on foreign aid, the coach says he’ll slam the door. In light of stories like the secret deal between Secretary of State John Kerry and the Muslim Brotherhood’s favorite son, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, he might find some support there.

With some sources questioning whether the “Arab Spring” was genuine or fabricated by globalist players, reports of American workers arrested and Egyptian Christians being tortured seem to go unnoticed by the mainstream media.

To be sure, this is an agenda that didn’t start with Obama. When the last Christian church closed in Afghanistan, George W. Bush could take much of the credit.



At one point in our conversation, Wells asserted that only .4% of Americans earned over $1 million. According to Politico, it’s even smaller than that.

That kind of talk perks up the ears of groups you normally wouldn’t associate with a “Liberty” candidate like Occupy Wall Street.

But, in fact, it has been my assertion that Occupy and the Tea Party have far more in common than not, and that much of the in-fighting between these “Left” and “Right” groups is contrived thanks to the money behind the corporate interests they have targeted.

Wells was proud to mention that he recently spoke at a combined Tea Party/Occupy event in Athens, Georgia and I found, sure ‘nuff, that kind of crazy thing happened a lot down there.

This has been a trending surge that I first noticed last year during a protest of the secretive Bilderberg meeting in Chantilly, Virginia. As you read this, the Bilderberg meeting for 2013 is going on in Watford, England. The guest list includes some of the most powerful in the world, names like…

* Jeff Bezos, Founder and CEO,
* Olivier de Bavinchove, Commander, Eurocorps
* Edmund Clark, President and CEO, TD Bank Group
* Bjarne Corydon, Danish Minister of Finance
* Timothy Geithner, Former Secretary of the Treasury
* Stuart Gulliver, Group Chief Executive, HSBC Holdings plc
* Vernon Jordan, Managing Director, Lazard Freres & Co. LLC, former legal counsel to Bill Clinton
* Henry Kissinger
* Richard Perle, Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
* David Petraeus
* Peter Sutherland, Chairman, Goldman Sachs International
* Peter Thiel, President, Thiel Capital
* Baroness Williams of Crosby, Member, House of Lords

—to name a few.

Yet American corporate media refuse to even mention the gathering no less do their job by hounding them to disclose their obviously malignant agenda (if it weren’t they wouldn’t be meeting in secret) and alternative media pretenders like Glenn Beck give them aid and comfort by laughing it off.

Such is the cabal of wealthy and powerful who meet to discuss issues they would be tarred and feathered for should the media do their jobs and lift up the rocks they are hiding under for average citizens to see.

They control and represent banks, governments, royal families, intelligence bureaus, media conglomerates and the military. Their tendrils each into every facet of your life.

Their control is so overwhelming and so complete, there are some who feel that the only hope for throwing it off is Revolution.

If there is any chance for peaceful overthrow of these vampiric Elites it will take a figure that can call together disparate groups who may not even realize they have this need in common.

Could an NCAA Division I football coach be that man…?

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