Saturday, January 16, 2016

Letter to U.S. Military From SGM Joseph A. Santoro (Ret), Oath Keepers Operations NCO, Writing from Burns, OR


by Sgt Major Joseph Santoro

Brothers & Sisters in Arms,
My name is  SGM Joseph A. Santoro (Ret) and I served 25 yrs US Army Inf. and EOD, 5yrs Contractor at the 10th SF Group and 3 yrs Contractor at the US Army EOD School.  I have served this great country for 33 yrs. After retiring I volunteered with the Pueblo County Republican Party as the Precinct Coordinator for the 2012 election. I finally realized that a different tact was needed to free our country from tyranny.  I spent many hours, as I believe that many of you have, or are doing, trying to decide what actions to take.  I finally decided to join the Oath Keepers and the 3%ers patriot organizations.  I currently serve on the National Board for the Oath Keepers and with the 3%ers of Colorado and have never looked back.
I want to say to each and every one of you out there that the time for being keyboard warriors is over and we must stand up and step out.  Patriots can no longer sit back and observe without taking action.  Those actions must take into account, and be based on our Constitution, Bill of rights and the “Rule of Law”.  At no time can we surrender the Moral high ground. Every one of us swore an oath to protect the Constitution of the United States from all enemies, foreign and domestic.  We pledged our lives, our fortunes and our Sacred Honor.  To this end I am asking each of you to stand up, step out, and honor your sacred honor pledge.

No More Free Wacos - Oathkeepers warns military and feds not to "Waco" the Bundys

Sgt Major Joseph Santoro, Oathkeepers board member and commander warns the feds and military to keep their oath.

There will be no more Wacos, without a heavy cost to America.

Oath Keepers members are on the ground in Burns, OR as part of the Pacific Patriot Network lead “buffer” operation to try to prevent another Waco type incident, to encourage open dialogue and peaceful resolution, and in support of the release of Dwight and Steven Hammond from prison, pressuring Obama to use his power of clemency to commute their sentences and then pardon them.  While all the groups in this coalition disagreed with what Ammon did, we all agree with the broader cause of respect for the rights of the people in the West, and we agree that there are no more free Wacos.

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