Sandy's story could be your story. The Patriots of January 6th are standing up for our freedoms and our constitutional rights as American citizens. 

The morning of January 6th Sandy Weyer, along with several friends, traveled to Washington, D.C.  The group witnessed hundreds of flag-waving patriots along the way, all headed to the same destination all with the same goal and there was no doubt that those that traveled to D.C. that cold morning held a deep love for our country and were fiercely patriotic.
The crowds were enormous. Thousands of American flags waved in the wind. Our National Anthem and the Pledge of Allegiance were repeated with immense passion and devotion throughout the day. It was a day like no other!

As the crowds moved towards the Capitol it was if some of the injustices and atrocities that were endured by so many Americans, finally stood a chance at being corrected. We the People were there to redress the grievances we have with our government. The objective was simple. Hear us! Restore our Constitutional Republic to the American people.

On June 28th at 6:33 a.m. the F.B.I. arrived at Sandy's front door. Their weapons were drawn on her. She was leg shackled and hand-cuffed and taken to the Federal Building where she was charged with 2 felonies and 4 misdemeanors. Those charges could hold up to a 42 year prison sentence along with thousands of dollars in fines. Sandy never laid hands on any person that day. She did not deface or damage any property. She carried no weapons. She protested peacefully to redress her grievances with our government.  She has received hate mail and death threats while being stripped of her 2nd amendment right to protect herself in her own home.  

Sandy Weyer, exercising her constitutional first amendment rights on January 6, 2021 was wrongfully arrested and is graciously asking for donations to help with her legal expenses. Please donate to help her right the wrong being perpetrated by the current Administration.