"We are in a fight. We are in a situation right now where you do not get to sit on your couch. You do not get to sit there and look at your kids and say 'somebody else will take care of this.' This is a time in our history that will be remembered forever. This is a time where we have a chance to stand against the very evil that is in front of us," said the former Horry County firefighter in South Carolina.
"You have to stand up. You have to stand there along with other patriots. Look at what is real and focus on what's in front of you."
Caton warned that Americans are at war against immorality, lamenting the fact that people are trying to fight under the idea of what is right and wrong with abortion. He stressed that this is the kind of war that people cannot ignore and everyone should take a stand.
The former firefighter added that people have to start being honest with their journalism and that leadership is needed.
Leadership, of course, is essential in times of war. And Caton talked about the importance of having amazing leaders who could guide you in life.
According to Caton, motivation is just as important. He said more voices are going to get involved in the fight and more people who are trying to do good are going to be out there to give their message.
The Brighteon.TV host also talked with Treniss Evans, who was among those charged in the January 6 Capitol Hill riot.
"We are going after the truth, honesty, oath and due process – everybody has the right to due process. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) illegally abducted and kidnapped people from their homes. Check your state constitution, check your United States Constitution. Look how they intermingle," said Evans, who called out the and the Department of Justice for illegally abducting him from his home.
"Get somebody that knows what they're talking about to clearly provide you the information, not some interpretation by a bar attorney that doesn't get it or chooses not to look at it. Find somebody with some courage and talk to them. And you'll find out really fast that those are illegal abductions that were carried out."
According to Evans, the state should have been notified and that the arrest should have been carried out by the county sheriff.
Evans urged the attorneys general (AGs) to do their job and protect the people of their states. He said the federal government is overreaching and violating state laws by marching into territories that it does not have control of.
But even without the help of AGs, Evans vowed to continue fighting for the men and women that are still languishing in the D.C. gulag. He also asked for the support of people by visiting the CondemnedUSA.com website and donating through his GiveSendGo account. (Related: January 6 riot defendant acquitted by court on all charges; federal judge convinced defendant was let in freely by police.)
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Watch the full May 5 episode of the "I’m Fired Up with Chad Caton" below. "I'm Fired Up with Chad Caton" airs every Thursday at 10-10:30 a.m. on Brighteon.TV.
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