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1775

If 1775 were now…

Breaking- February 9. The President ruled that Domestic Violent Extremists were in a state of rebellion.

In response, a group of these extremists calling themselves “The Provincial Congress” released the following statement:

In Provincial congress, Cambridge, February 14. Whereas it appears necessary for the defense of the lives, liberties, and properties of the inhabitants of this nation, that this Congress on the first day of their next session, should be made fully acquainted with the number and military equipment of the militia, and men in this province; and also the town stock of ammunition in each town and district.”

The statement was signed by a man calling himself “John Hancock,” whose name has been associated with a known violent extremist group calling themselves “minute men.”