On Wednesday night, members of the Portage County TEA Party marked the 911 Anniversary with a special prayer by Larry Stewart and by showing a video compilation of news video from that day 18 years ago which included the attacks in New York City as well as on the Pentagon and the heroic effort by citizens to stop the Islamic terrorist hijackers in Somerset, PA.

In the second half of the meeting, attendees were the first to see the Premier of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) produced documentary film "Targeting U.S." which documents the fight by TEA Party groups against the illegal targeting by the Obama Administration's Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Since the Portage County TEA Party was part of the  successful ACLJ lawsuit against the US Government and the IRS, our group was given the honor of being one of the first in the nation to view the film.

After the movie, Tom Zawistowski, Executive Director of the Portage County TEA Party, who appeared in the movie multiple times to help tell the story, said that the reason this movie is important was because it shows that regular American's can fight our government, when it does wrong, and win that fight. He noted that today, we face a severe threat to the very survival of our Republic because of the lawlessness in our FBI, DOJ, NSA, CIA, DIA and Federal Government in general and that we must prepare to take on the Federal Government AGAIN to DEMAND Equal Justice Under the Law.

Zawistowski noted that without equal justice for ALL that we are not a Nation at ALL. Pointing out that what made the United States of America unique at its founding was the fact that we are a nation ruled by law and not men. Unfortunately, the evidence strongly demonstrates that in the past 50 years we have been ruled by men who have ignored and broken our laws. Zawistowski said, if the criminals who tried to rig the 2016 election, and attempted a coup attempt against President Donald Trump after his election, are not prosecuted then they will be free to continue to break the law and will steal the 2020 election.

Zawistowski concluded the meeting by telling members that he believes that Attorney General William Barr will not be able to prosecute those who are clearly guilty without public pressure to do so. He asked PCTEA Members to prepare to protest outside the FBI Building in Downtown Cleveland if AG Barr does not start to bring criminal charges outlined in the book "Ball of Collusion" - which Zawistowski called an indictment by former Federal Prosecutor Andrew McCarthy.

Zawistowski, said that he would be working with the ACLJ to make the documentary "Targeting U.S." available for everyone to see and would let members know in the coming days how they can get DVD's or where they can watch the film.