I was inclined to delete some of my media, so...what better way to respond, then another video. God Bless!
This is a short (1m, 14s) call to action.
Viewer Discretion is Advised.
This podcast was filmed after the Patriot Rally. Lee Keltner was tragically murdered that day.
Post Patriot Muster Rally. Supporting law enforcement.
This is a “we” thing, not a “me” thing...I’m just the vessel.
Together we can make history and a massive difference in our community.
Don’t wait till chaos is on your doorstep...from experience, I can tell you...it doesn't end well.
I’m headed to November...come with me.
Denver is not right, we all know that...
Jonathan Woodley has been a part of this community for 20 years, working tirelessly to make it a better place.
15 years of Business Management
(Food and Beverage Industry)
7+ years Colorado National Guard and Veteran
B.S. in Business Administration
University of Denver - Masters Degree
University of Denver - Graduate Certificate
2019 City Council Candidate
Contributing Member of various NGOs
American Legion Member
2020 Leadership of the Rockies
Lincoln Club of Colorado
-Be Free to Be You
-Valuing individual liberties, freedoms, and rights.
-Believing in the Will of People, and not the Will of Government.
-Trust in caring for our own families and communities.
-Fostering values to live our own lives, to build our own American Dream.
It has been a difficult few months for us citizens. The fear of COVID-19 has stalled our economy and our social interaction. I refrain from using the phrase "social distancing" because more than ever, we need emotional support from our friends and family. What we have been doing is "physical distancing".
Now more than ever in our lives, we will need leadership who can jump start small businesses. It's been tough seeing many of our favorite places shut down, many to not open again. We can not depend on a government majority that only knows how to take money from its' citizens.
In response to the recent protests and rioting/vandalism/violence, I 100% support protesting. I do not support the rioting/vandalism/violence. I myself protested for ReOpen Colorado, and #saveourchildren, so I understand the powerful message it sends.
I also empathize for those that have faced injustices. I, in no way, support the disgusting brutality of innocent lives, no matter where that brutality comes from. We as a people need to hold not only ourselves, but others accountable for their actions. This is called courage and bravery. The acts of few do not define the whole.
I support my community, I support those in uniform, I support those that lead with love in their heart. There are still those among us with hate filled in their heart.
Change happens in the household first. I agree the system is broken, the system that the left has created. Culture change of an organization must start at the highest levels. Denver has been run by the left for decades, they had more than enough chances. Let's do something bold! Enough identity politics and put in good leadership.
Location: Lincoln Park
The Ten Commandments Monument was desecrated and defaced, as many of our monuments were. I couldn't just let it be.
The gentlemen I am speaking with is Van. He is one of many displaced individuals, his tent can be seen in the video. I had a good conversation with him as he helped me clean. His faith remains strong.