The Great Reset, COVID-19 protocols, prophecy, political persecution and calls to take action to save the country.
For two full days last week, Spooky Nook Sports complex in East Hempfield Township was transformed into an educational and religious meeting place as more than 5,000 people from around the country filled the indoor field house to listen to dozens of nationally and internationally known speakers as part of The ReAwaken America Tour.
The event, hosted by Oklahoma-based businessman and podcaster Clay Clark, featured everyone from former Trump political advisor Roger Stone who has faced constant threats from the U.S. Department of Justice for several years to Dr. Simone Gold, a founder of America’s Frontline Doctors that took on governments regarding COVID-19 lockdowns and treatments and who was recently released from federal prison for entering the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
Christian overtones of the event were palpable as more than 400 people waited in line Friday night to be baptized in the venue as Dr. Stella Immanuel, a Cameroonian-American physician and pastor who gained prominence in a viral video of her speaking in front of the U.S Supreme Court building about the use of Hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19, led a prayer meeting in the adjacent hall.
Former National Security Advisor Gen. Michael Flynn, a co-founder of the tour that has gone to 16 different locales across the country, said the event is about providing education on controversial topics while motivating attendees to take action politically and socially. Flynn, who has faced his own political persecution after serving in the early days of the Trump Administration, said the U.S. is in a “crucible moment” and that its people “face a battle” against seen and unseen enemies.
“Christianity is under attack,” Flynn said. “Honestly, it feels like everything is under attack.”
Flynn spoke from the stage several times during the two-day event, highlighting the importance of the crowd getting involved in politics and government at the local level. Flynn said he regularly uses the phrase, “Local action equals national impact” to emphasize people taking control of their own lives in their own communities.
Since the tour first started in Tulsa, Ok. in April of 2021, Flynn said one of the things he has learned is the hopeless feeling many people have around the country. He said people are frightened by their government, which is unsustainable in a Constitutional Republic where the government is supposed to be working for the people.
Flynn said his role for the event was not to serve as a cheerleader for the movement but instead to serve more as a coach and a mentor.
“I was in the military, so I always knew what I work for – the Constitution,” Flynn said. “We have been apathetic, and we’ve been complacent about our entire way of life,” Flynn said. “We sort of let the politicians just take us for granted. And they come around every election and ask us for that handout and that hand up to them, and then they go back to wherever – their state capital or to Washington, D.C. And then we feel screwed.”
Trump Calls In
In one of the biggest show-stopping moments of the event, Eric Trump, son of former President Donald Trump and executive vice president of The Trump Organization, called his father in the middle of his speech. The call on Friday came on the same day the president was formally subpoenaed by the House Jan. 6 Committee to testify before the committee for which Eric labeled it as the “hoax committee.”
“I told him a minute ago, ‘You have to go testify because it will be the greatest entertainment,’” Eric Trump said. “Who wants to pop a beer, make some popcorn and watch Donald Trump talk about election fraud in the United States of America?”
On the phone, the younger Trump told his father that he has an “amazing crowd” in Pennsylvania.
“I hope my wonderful son is treating everybody fantastically,” Trump said over the phone. “We work so hard, and he’s such a great guy. And we love you all, and we’ll be back doing things. We’re going to bring this country back because our country has never been in such bad shape as it is now.”
Eric Trump said there are “thousands of people who love you to death” in the crowd and that “know the election was totally rigged.”
“They’re on to it – they saw it happen in Pennsylvania,” Eric Trump said. “But there’s so much support and love in this room.”
After hanging up the call, Trump went on to talk about the Pennsylvania election, encouraging people to vote for Dr. Mehmet Oz over Lt. Gov. John Fetterman for U.S. Senate, asking the crowd how Fetterman is “even remotely electable.”
Trump also spoke out against censorship of his father on social media, including Twitter permanently banning his account while still allowing accounts from the Taliban and the Ayatollah in Iran to remain online. He said organizations like the FBI and the U.S. Department of Justice has gone after his family, targeting them for more than six years, along with threatening ordinary citizens.
“Christianity is under attack,” Trump said. “Religion is under attack. Education is under attack. Our kids are under attack. They weaponized every single industry, every single institution in this country. And they do it for their own power. And it is deeply, deeply scary.”
One of the most dramatic and high-energy speeches during the event came from the “My Pillow Guy” Mike Lindell in a nearly hour-long discussion about his fight for election integrity across the country. Lindell has been on a crusade since the General Election on Nov. 3, 2020 to talk about the vulnerabilities of electronic voting machines.
“The Democrat Party warned us about the machines for 18 years,” Lindell said. “They just enjoy being on the side of a fixed game.”
In his speech, Lindell talked about everything from Dominion Voting Systems and election whistleblower Dennis Montgomery to losing almost all retailers who sold his My Pillow line of goods for questioning the results of the presidential election.
Lindell encouraged Pennsylvanian’s to be hyper vigilant on election day on Nov. 8 to look for any irregularities in the voting system and to immediately notify a local sheriff’s office for any problems. Lindell also encouraged the crowd to vote for Sen. Doug Mastriano for Governor of Pennsylvania, eliciting a large cheer from the audience.
“There’s so much going on and so much hope out there that you can’t believe it,” Lindell said. “God’s had his hand in all of this, and we’re the greatest revival for Jesus in history. I mean, people are pouring into the Lord.”