ABOUT TRESTIN
Trestin grew up in a small Utah farming community and has lived and traveled to numerous countries around the the globe.  He is veteran of the War on Terror and a former candidate for the Utah State Senate, who still keeps his constitutional oath. 

From December 21st of 2013 to Jan 6th Trestin caught the attention of the world press, and the rage of Cultural Marxists, when he fasted for over 15 days in protest to the Federal Government's unconstitutional actions against traditional marriage in Utah. 

ABOUT THE SITE
This is not about any political party or candidate.  In fact you will see no election coverage at all from this site.  On this site we will talk about how to restore freedom not only in America, but the entire world.  To do this, we will tackle many core issues which are being purposefully ignored by popular media outlets. 

COMMENTS
Due to the large number of Cultural Marxist groups and sympathizers that have targeted Trestin and this site, comments will be moderated.  Comments that are sincere, not abusive, and actually add to the discussion will be approved. 

15 comments:

  1. There is nothing in the Constitution: Amendment 14; Section 3, about a trial or hearings. Except for removing the disabilities.
    All we have to do is be vocal about the Congress's silence on these issues - and demand that they who remain
    silent - giving aid and comfort to these criminally insane actors acting against the Constitution.
    Just be vocal: radio callin - blogs - talking to like minded. Keep saying that these Officials who sit with their mouths shut----
    SHALL NOT TAKE ANOTHER OATH! It Is Just That Simple! But in Large Numbers. One person can't do it for a second time.

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  2. Hey Trestin, I'm an atheist but I support you in your fast. Fasting isn't what people think it is. It's really a solitary journey that no one can go on with you. Perhaps in your time of suffering, you'll come to realize that there are other people suffering as well. I have complete faith that you'll find what that is. Best wishes.

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    1. Thanks for your comment. I am not an atheist, but I respect the right of all to believe or disbelieve as they wish.

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  3. Hi Trestin. I totally support your fast. I think you should stick with it until the very end. Nothing less than that can possibly have an impact on this situation. It's really important that you not lose heart. Please don't let anyone convince you that you should end your fast until you reach your goal.

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    1. I agree, hatootie – 100% support for Trestin's fast! He has riveted the attention of the entire world with his courageous stand against gay people being able to marry in Utah. He cannot - must not - stop now! If he withers and dies without succeeding in his goal, let another take his place. And another, and hundreds, and thousands more! Go Trestin Go!

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    2. Another supporter here and in total agreement that if Trestin does not succeed, other like-minded individuals must follow in his footsteps until this goal is realized!

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  4. Trestin, please feel free to email me if you have any questions. I am a South African, White if that matters, living in South Africa. I spent some time in the US and have the greatest love and respect for your country. I would really love to return and spend the rest of my life there. After the 9/11 attack, I made the pledge to the Union, with my hand over my heart. I have never met a nation with such good people. Sure, like in any country you have the wrotten apples, but I can assure you of my absolute love for your country, the United States of America!

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  5. Cultural Marxists? Please clarify. Do you even know who is reading or commenting? You need to educate yourself a little better, imo.

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    1. You don't know what a cultural Marxist is, and I'm the one who need to educate myself? lol

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  6. Trestin, what religion to belong to? Just curious. Couldn't find a mention of it anywhere on your blog here.

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  7. What I don't understand is why gay marriage is such an issue to you. You aren't getting married to a man, so why does it matter. All LGBT people want is to be protected the same way everyone else is. That's it. We aren't here to ruin your straight marriage party. We just want the same rights? Why? Because, that's how the law works. If my wife was sick in the hospital I would want to be right there by her side, just as everyone else would wish to be if their spouse was sick. We just want to be equal in the eyes of the law.

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    1. Most of the what the homosexual movement is advocating is use of the government to force people into accepting and favoring them. They want laws that restrict religious freedoms of individuals and organizations. They want laws that make freedom of speech a hate crime. They are a key tool of Cultural Marxist movements such as the Frankfurt School. In the grand scheme of things, the homosexual movement seeks to extinguish freedom.

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  8. Just occurred to me ... I never shared MY blog:

    http://maryann-watkins.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-fast-to-secure-discrimination-and.html

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