By Dave Hodges
December 12, 2010
When do your First Amendment rights to speak out against the emergence of a totalitarian form of American government conflict with your rights to maintain custody of your children? It depends on whether your diet includes a red or blue pill. If your collective blue pill diets continue unabated, then none of you will feel the need to speak out. Everything is fine, just go back to sleep. However, when one changes the color of their diet to red, their protective parental instincts surface in order to defend their beloved children from an oppressive government who views all children as their personal property.
Sherrie Wilcox is the poster child who serves to portray the victimization of middle class American parents by big government. At first glance, Sherry Wilcox appears to be an unassuming mom who would frequent her child's soccer matches and accompany her sister to the local shopping mall. However, there is nothing average about Wilcox's ability to research a topic and draw cogent conclusions as I have found her to be a courageous and gifted researcher whose blog contains some amazing information and photographs of The Georgia Guidestones, pictures of thousands of FEMA coffins stored in her home state of Georgia as well as a stunning analysis of last year's deadly Ukrainian pneumonia with information that was largely unavailable in the main stream media. [See Sherrie Wilcox's blog.]
Yet, for daring to exercise her First Amendment right to question the unconstitutional and illegal practices of the current federal government (e.g., mortgage fraud), Sherrie Wilcox received a visit from visit from Homeland Security, err….. The Georgia Child Protective Services (CPSS). In the assumed defense of her child, the CPS officials accused Wilcox of mental abuse and the neglect of her child.
When I hear stories of abuse and neglect, I think of extreme physical discipline, starving children and the face of a child who is left alone to fend for themselves for long periods of time. Certainly, the investigation of Sherrie Wilcox's fitness as a mother would have begun with an examination of these variables wouldn't they? Well, not in this case. The Wilcox family ordeal began just prior to Halloween when Sherrie's child was questioned at school without being advised that she had the right to have an advocate in the room with her at the time questioning. Further, the interrogation questions had nothing to with Sherrie Wilcox's fitness as a mother as her child was asked the following questions:
(1) Does your mother take you camping?
(2) Where do you go camping?
(3) Who else goes camping with you?
(4) Does your mother store food?
(5) Does your mother have any guns?
(6) Has your mother remodeled your home?
(7) Does your mother have a safe room or a bomb shelter?
(8) Has your mother talked to you about the end of the world?
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