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A matter came to my attention about Sarvis campaign.  There was a tweet from @SarvisPress that accused Donna Holt of peddling “conspiracy theories” which is of course Agenda 21.

This tweet understandably upset many people including me and I brought it to the attention of the Sarvis campaign.  So did my other hero of the day, a liberty activist from Chesterfield named Kirby Harris.  Here is the full account of the Harris matter at

I am pleased to report that Sarvis has repudiated the idea that Agenda 21 is a conspiracy theory.

Robert Sarvis Hi Kirby. I haven’t actually seen the tweet but have heard there’s quite a reaction to it. I certainly wasn’t involved in the tweet and have already raked him over the coals for injecting his own editorial comments. I previously answered a question about Agenda 21 in this video at 2:10

This is not a smear as the campaign did this blunder but it shows how tensions are high right now.  I propose after the election we have a liberty event that we can celebrate victories and plan where we go form here.  I volunteer to help with it.

About Elwood Sanders

Elwood "Sandy" Sanders is a Hanover attorney who is an Appellate Procedure Consultant for Lantagne Legal Printing and has written ten scholarly legal articles. Sandy was also Virginia's first Appellate Defender and also helped bring curling in VA! (None of these titles imply any endorsement of Sanders’ views)

7 Responses to “SARVIS does NOT believe AGENDA 21 is a CONSPIRACY THEORY!”

  1. GSF says:

    Agenda 21 is going on all over the country via HUD federal grants. In NH it’s called granite state future. Please learn more here and

  2. John Christopher Sunol says:

    I do not beleive thsi either. I know it to be real as I have done study on this from the net (research) and to many credible sources back the reality of this agenda. All need to listn tot he You Tube concderning this as you will find them online

  3. Gene Lefty says:

    The Far Right continues to fertilize and cultivate paranoia in their political Party base. They do this because it allows them to attach a life support line, or umbilical cord, to your checkbook, and your vote.

    They use hate radio and TV as a vehicle to enrich their life styles, by continuously spinning a web of mostly non-consequential topics, with just enough lies added to ensnare the natural paranoia that exists in their target audience.

    Yes, they zero in on one personality type. The uninformed type who make little or no effort to validate anyone’s claims about anything. The National Enquirer is at the very top of their reading list. The UFO and Roswell crowd may be somewhat of a partial but accurate description of their base.

    Don’t believe it? See this link, $129 blue jeans anyone?

    And then, the real leader of the Republican Party, and his constant attempts to get people to pay a monthly or yearly fee to sign up for more of his lies, and hate propaganda.

    He supposedly makes over a million dollars a week, and is worth hundreds of millions, and yet, he wants more. More of your money, and more control of your thoughts. How much is enough?

    “They”, the hate radio bunch, despise and hate,
    1) Truth, or anyone who loves the Truth.
    2) Independent thinkers, who challenge them.
    3)Women who are willing to stand up to them.
    4) Anyone not Caucasian.

    The Symptoms?
    1) Almost without exception, they deny being an enthusiastic listener, or watcher, of hate radio/TV.

    Actually, they spend much of their time sucking up every word that comes out of the microphone of their idols, as if it were water, and they had been stranded in the desert for weeks with nothing to drink.

    Why? What are they ashamed off?

    2) False accusations. You almost always know what they are up to, because they accuse others of doing exactly what they themselves are guilty of!

    These are but a few of the many symptoms that they are indeed hooked by their puppet masters, and being reeled in.

    Don’t believe me? Do you own research. Do not take my word for anything.

    • kirby harris - the liberty activist

      Sandy thanks for the props .

      And Gene Lefty, I agree there is a lot of that on what I call the establishment or ‘phony’ right. But everything you argue about them is true of the Phony left aka the Obamas and Rachel Mad does. Smear and fear merchants.

  4. Gene Lefty says:

    I do not disagree with you.

    However, who owns the media? An example? Richmond’s own WRVA, owned by Clear Channel? Now, who owns Clear Channel? Well, Bain Capitol, yes, the same Bain that Mitt Romney was attached with. 1200 radio stations. You see, the right owns the media, not the left as they would like for you to believe.

    The right owns and controls hate radio, thanks to Regan doing away with the FCC Fairness Act in the late 80’s.

    It is no coincidence that this is exactly when the real leader of the Republican Party started his hate radio regime.

  5. Gene Lefty says:

    Well Sandy, let’s have Reagan answer this one for us. Was middle-class American better off with the Fairness Act in place, or, since 1988, without it?

    Was middle-class America better off before January 2001, or after January 2001?

    Is Virginia better off now, or before McDonnell, Howell, and Norment, spearheaded the largest tax increase in Virginia history?



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Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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