On January 6, 2021, Barton Shively went to the Capitol to stand up for freedom and election integrity and to give the people a voice. The protest got out of hand, and Bart was arrested and charged with assault, but Bart didn’t hurt anyone and has maintained his innocence. With a radical government, it uses it’s power to lie and frame it’s citizens. Bart hopes and prays for a fair outcome.
Bart has been placed in a Washington, D.C., detention center (or “the Gulag”). He is in a January 6th pod with some really great patriots, whom he respects and admires. Their actions that day sacrificed their freedoms.
Unfortunately, Bart has stage 2 non-Hodgkins lymphoma. He’s finally receiving treatment for it after a couple months of delay. He prays he doesn’t die in jail. Being in jail is very hard mentally and physically. The food is inadequate. Please, if you feel the Spirit of the Lord move you, please pray and support him financially. He was forced to give up everything, including his home and his 2 dogs. Bart has PTSD, and they were his therapy dogs, which he loved very much.
In conclusion, it would be greatly appreciated if you could find it in your heart to give to this patriot of America who gave up everything to stand for “We the People.” Thank you very much, and please keep him in your prayers.
More Background: Barton Shively, 55, served in the USMC for 8 years—4 in active and 4 in reserves. He was stationed at Camp Lejuine, N.C. for 3 years and 1 year in Okinawa, Japan. He was honorably discharged in 1993. He has lived in Mechanicsburg, PA, for 35 years working as a window cleaner. He lived in his family home with his 2 dogs, Nina and Gauge, who he loves very much. He is, and will always be, a good-standing and law-abiding citizen.