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(Natural News) Sheriff Richard Mack urges the American people to make a stand against President Joe Biden’s dictatorship.

“This Biden dictatorship – it’s not a regime, it’s not an administration – this Biden dictatorship is going to be the death of America if we don’t stand and do something,” Mack says in “The Sheriff Mack Show” with his co-host Sam Bushman on Brighteon.TV.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is now serving as Biden’s muscle.

As of the last count, a total of 658 supporters of former President Donald Trump have been arrested and charged for their varying roles in the Capitol riot on Jan. 6. The number of people charged in the so-called insurrection is expected to keep growing as FBI agents continue to pore through video footage, social media posts, phone location data and tips from the public.

“The subterfuge and the downright corruption of the FBI keep raising their heads – now it’s about weekly,” says Mack. (Related: FBI busted again for combing through Americans’ information WITHOUT a warrant: Time to reel in the corrupt FBI deep state, but will Biden allow it?)

FBI thuggery knows no bounds

He relates that people who were just sitting on the lawn outside of the Capitol, and others who never even went close, have also been served with search warrants. “And don’t forget, when they went in to these people’s homes, they handcuffed their children,” says Mack. “The thuggery of the FBI just knows no bounds.”

Stop Hate Awareness Program President and CEO David Sumrall has experience FBI’s thuggery firsthand.

“The FBI is real. They’ve been to my house. They have my employee under house arrest,” Sumrall tells host Dan Happel of “Connecting the Dots” on Brighteon.TV.

FBI agents come in with guns blazing, ready to shoot somebody. They’re trying to get someone to snap. I have a story of one of the men that they arrested. They laid hands on his wife, trying to get to him, to incite him to do something so they can say ‘see we got one of those crazy Trumpers.'”

The FBI is pursuing virtually every person who took part in the riot that left five people dead, including a Capitol police officer, and more than 100 other officers injured. Prosecutors have said that the riot also caused at least $1.5 million in damages to the historic building.

Psychological warfare and torture

Sumrall says one of the people arrested by the FBI has cancer and can’t get treatment inside prison. There’s also a pregnant woman under house arrest. Some of the people arrested are being moved from state to state without informing their families and relatives.

“This is psychological warfare. This is torture,” Sumrall says. “This is the system that we live in. This is nothing the people need to suffer through for standing up for their president.”

Prosecutors are expected to bring more serious charges against some defendants who have already been charged, according to FBI Director Christopher Wray.

“This is far from over. And with each arrest and each case we bring, not only are we driving toward accountability for the attack but we’re also learning more about what was out there beforehand so we can use that to get better moving forward,” Wray said.

Sumrall has figured that out a long time ago. “They want the optics. They don’t want this to go away,” he said.

Interestingly, only a few of the rioters facing federal charges have come from pro-Trump strongholds. Based on the George Washington University extremism tracker, most of them came from districts that voted for Biden in last year’s election.

New York governor: Vaccine is from God

Newly installed New York Gov. Kathy Hochul is acting like a dictator herself.

Preaching from a pulpit in Brooklyn, Hochul says that citizens should be thankful to God for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines. Hochul, who assumed office in August after Andrew Cuomo resigned amid allegations of sexual misconduct, urges her audience to be her “apostles” by convincing their friends to get vaccinated.

“We are not through this pandemic,” Hochul says during her homily at the Christian Cultural Center, a non-denominational megachurch. “I prayed a lot to God during this time and you know what, God did answer our prayers. He made the smartest men and women, the scientists, the doctors, the researchers. He made them come up with a vaccine. That is from God to us and we must say, ‘Thank you, God. Thank you.'”

Hochul says those who refuse the COVID-19 vaccine “aren’t listening to God and what God wants.”

God does not promote corruption and politics

Mack doesn’t even think that Hochul believes in God. (Related: NY governor appoints herself God’s messenger, egging congregation to get vaccinated because God told her so.)

“She strikes me as a communist, so how could she be listening to God. God doesn’t promote communism. He also doesn’t promote corruption and politics. And He doesn’t support lies and dishonesty about anything, let alone COVID-19 scams,” Mack says.

“My first impression of her is that this has to be another Communist-Atheist trying to run the great state of New York. She’s a self-appointed dictator, let’s just call it as it is, and she’s using propaganda and brainwashing to reach out to the Christians because that’s the biggest group that isn’t going to be vaccinated.”

Using God’s name to push agenda

A lawyer for a group trying to preserve a religious exemption for health care workers says Hochul is unjustly using God’s name to try to nudge employers into ignoring court orders allowing the exemption.

Cameron Lee Atkinson, an attorney with We The Patriots USA Inc., a group challenging New York’s vaccine mandate, argues that Hochul’s comments about God are discouraging healthcare employers from granting religious exemptions.

Healthcare institutions across New York have started suspending workers who failed to meet a state deadline to get a COVID-19 vaccine. The state’s vaccine mandate for healthcare workers doesn’t include a religious exemption, but courts have temporarily barred employers from enforcing the mandate against people with a sincerely held religious belief against vaccination.

Watch the Sept. 28 episode of “The Sheriff Mack Show” here:

You can catch new episodes of “The Sheriff Mack Show” with Sheriff Richard Mack every Tuesday at 10-11 a.m. on Brighteon.TV.

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