PLEASE DO YOUR PART: Send a Christmas card to the political prisoners in Washington DC and let them know they’re not forgotten …Here’s how
12/25/2021 // News Editors // Views

Here is an easy way to spread some Holiday Cheer to the patriots who are being detained indefinitely in Washington DC and abused by their government.

(Article by Jim Hoft republished from

The US government is going out of its way to hide, disappear and isolate these men in the Washington DC Prison.   These men are being abused and detained without trial – a clear violation of the US Constitution.

Currently, the DC Political Prisoners, who number around 40, are under another isolating lockdown as oppressive government efforts continue to erode their morale.

But we know The Gateway Pundit audience won’t let these men be forgotten.

I am personally asking our readers to take a few minutes this Christmas Week and send a holiday card of support and encouragement to the political prisoners suffering in Washington DC and separated from their families and friends this Christmas.

We are including the address and names of two prisoners in the January 6 Political Prisoner Wing.

They will share these cards with the men and woman in the DC Gulag.

Many of these men thought they would be home by the holidays.  Sadly that is not the case.

Christmas cards addressed to all prisoners can be sent to Jonathan Mellis, Shane Jenkins, or Nathan DeGrave and will be shared by them with the rest of the prisoners.

Prisoner 1:



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Or Prisoner 2:



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Or Prisoner 3:



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You can include a card for them to share with their fellow political prisoners.

We wrote about Nathan DeGraves and Jonathan Mellis here at The Gateway Pundit.  Shane Jenkins leads the Bible Study with fellow prisoners.

Please send a card if you have time.

And please remember these patriots in your prayers this Christmas season.

This is an easy way to uplift a suffering soul this holiday season. Jesus mentioned the corporal act of mercy specifically when he said, “For I was . . . in prison and you visited me” (Mt 25:35, 36).

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