Something the Patriot Community Can Support

Final UPDATE:

I want to thank the 1249 people who signed the petition to free the Hammonds. I hope that people understand what we are fighting and how few people care. The “government” has closed this petition.

UPDATE 2:

This petition was made to free the Hammonds. This petition also was started as a means to unite us with a common goal. Feel free to use any or all of this material to promote this goal. There is no need to promote this site or this article to accomplish this.

 

There has been much talk concerning how the Patriot Community will come together when the time is right.

Let’s see if we can get 100,000 people to sign this petition to free Dwight Lincoln Hammond, Jr. and Steven Dwight Hammond from prison. Click here or pick the image below and sign your name. Please share this information if you believe now is that time to come together.

David DeGerolamo

UPDATE 1:

It appears that people are signing the petition but are not being shown on the count. I suppose we should not be surprised that our “votes” are not being counted. If you sign up and do not see your name after a few hours, please add to the comments here or send me an email: David@NCRenegade.com. Time for screenshots?

petition

People have signed this petition from the following states:

AL AK AR AZ CA CO CT DE FL GA ID IA IL IN KS KY LA MA MD ME MI MN MO MS MT NC ND NE NH NJ NM NV NY OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VA VT WA WI WV WY

States with no signatures:

HI

      
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42 Responses to Something the Patriot Community Can Support

  1. Tom Angle says:

    There should be 2 votes now.

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  3. Mark Matis says:

    For some reason, the signatures on that petition are NOT updating, even after one verifies one’s e-mail address.

    Quelle surprise!

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  5. Steve in Ky says:

    It will not allow me to sign. It does not recognize my email address as valid. More quality from the people that consider the USPS effective.

  6. Craig says:

    Signed. Signatures still NOT updating.
    Tom Baugh, thanks for the e-mail…I might have missed this.

  7. mtnforge-Doug says:

    Thanks for getting this started David. I’m with you guys signed up. Showed my vote soon as my email verification went through.

  8. Joe says:

    Signed and verified e-mail. Petition is not updating.

  9. It takes a while to update the count. As a professional programmer I’m not surprised, as there are good reasons for this. Give it a few, I was #144 and it took a little bit but it got there.

  10. Bubba Man says:

    I don’t see OK on ether list. But that’s ok, I just signed.

  11. norseman says:

    #173 here

  12. Grandpa says:

    it is a shame there isn’t an external (read:non-govt.) web offering for this, as it shows all the symptoms of a fedgov “fuster cluck”

  13. Molly P says:

    I hope you folks will let this link stay up on ncrenegade for quite a while. Who knows if the schmuck and his lackeys in the White House will ever hear of it, but it sure is an opportunity for the patriots out there to pile on the signatures in a very just cause. I would love to see hundreds of thousands of signatures by the deadline…stand up and be counted!!

  14. CT77 says:

    just signed from CT.

  15. R. M. says:

    Huh. changed to #250 when I checked @ 10:16 PM CST.

    • David says:

      Another example of how the government works. When you start a petition, the application checks to see if a similar petition exists. The other three “matches” did not deal with the Hammonds. Same programmers as the Obamacare programmers?

  16. Tom Angle says:

    I signed that one also.

  17. James says:

    Folks,signed and was noted at about 20 minutes later,am 314 I believe,said 270 or so signatures when I hit the site,so,sign and then check up,lets flood the damn site!

  18. strnj1 says:

    322, now, after mine…

  19. danielkday says:

    Signed via Wirecutter’s site. Thank you.

  20. Mark Matis says:

    I now show as #45, even though someone else had that number yesterday. But then I have no doubt the people running that petition site are as honest and skilled as many others in government across this country today…

  21. idahobob says:

    Mine shows up.

    Bob
    III

  22. I’m in. Let’s cook FEDGOV’s frog pot a little harder!

  23. C says:

    There’s 464 now

  24. ray hemenway says:

    Not counting my vote from St Louis MO either

  25. LT says:

    Heh, it won’t acknowledge my signature, either…

  26. Subsunk says:

    My signature not showing up after 15 mins. Subsunk

  27. RJ says:

    Done (still waiting for the site to update .. mine should be about 790).

    RJ in NC

  28. Daniel S. says:

    I’m 878, it took a little bit, but showed up.

  29. Michael says:

    I signed it two days ago and I am from MS

  30. David says:

    corrected

  31. Karen Conaty says:

    I signed yesterday & it is not on there yet… Karen C. WPB/RBP FL

  32. At this rate, we’ll be lucky to break 1,200 signatures. Maybe the 1% moniker is more apt (think of it as bikers, NOT Davos / Bilderberg wannabe’s).

  33. David says:

    @ Tony Barley
    Are you signing or are you signing and actively encouraging other people to sign? Have you forwarded the link to the petition to anyone else?

    Don’t think about this being a petition. Think about this as a dry run to see who you can count on in the future to stand up and coordinate with your community.

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