Tuesday, May 17, 2016

The Left Strikes Again —NEC Conference Call TUE 5/17/2016 @ 12:00 PM ET

NEC Concall TUE 05/17/2016 Marty Williams
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Marty Williams was born in the Hampton Roads area and grew up in Chesapeake.

Marty enrolled in college and earned a degree in Police Science. Following graduation, he joined the Chesapeake Police Department where he served 25 years before an injury incurred in the line of duty forced him into retirement. Marty is now running for Congress.



Dear Friends,

As you know, STAND is a nonprofit organization. We do not endorse candidates and we are not partisan but principled. Tomorrow we planned to have State Police Captain Steve Lambert talk about the threats to our law enforcement officers, the hateful anti-police rhetoric, propaganda being spewed by the likes of Black Lives Matter and the ongoing threat of Islamic terrorism. These issues are not Republican, Democrat or Independent. They are American issues. That doesn't stop the George Soros funded left from from attacking us as "controversial" and "partisan."

That's what the left wing rag euphemistically named "Think Progress" alleged when they contacted the Virginia State Police under the guise of making a press inquiry. It would be more aptly named "Think Propaganda." Actually the problem with these folks is that the don't think at all.

Think Progress wrote to the Virginia State Police about Captain Steve Lambert appearing on my weekly conference call tomorrow. Here is what they said:

Ms. Geller,

My name is Josh Israel and I'm a reporter with ThinkProgress in

Washington, DC.

I see that Captain Lambert, commander of the Criminal Intelligence

Division in the Bureau of Criminal Investigation, is participating in a

conference call - in that capacity - with Bishop E.W. Jackson's STAND

tomorrow. According to the announcement, he will be speaking about the

threat of "Islamic terrorism" and the Black Lives Matter movement's

criticism of police violence. Jackson is a highly controversial

political figure and a partisan - indeed he was the 2013 Republican

nominee for Lt. Governor.


Captain Lambert was forced to withdraw. Since when is support for police a partisan issue? Since the left made hating police one of their key doctrines. Think Progress is not press. They are nothing more than cop hating surrogates for George Soros. To buttress their claim, they cited Blue Virginia, another leftist tool.

There is no better proof of the impact STAND is having than that we live rent free in their warped minds. We don't normally read anything they write because any truth in it is by accident. However, they apparently are watching everything we put out. The truth must hurt, but they keep coming back for more.

Help us to continue bringing you important and accurate information. Make a generous donation to STAND today. That will hit them where it hurts.


We are still going on with the Conference call, and our replacement guest is a 25 year veteran of law enforcement, Marty Williams.

This is important. Please join us. Police officers deserve our support, and we're not going to allow anti-cop sentiment from the left to stop us from doing all we can to uphold the good law enforcement officers of this nation.

For God & Country,

E.W. Jackson Sr.

Founder & National President

P.S. Send an email to tips@ThinkProgress.org, and tell them to THINK about the upsurge in the number of police officers being assaulted and murdered instead of attacking the people who want to do something about it.


More on Marty Williams:

Marty Williams was born in the Hampton Roads area and grew up in Chesapeake.

During WWII, his father was a merchant marine, and his mother served in the nurse's cadet corp. Their shared experiences during one of the toughest times in our Nation's history left a lasting impact on Marty and his family.

Marty and his siblings were taught the value of hard work, the importance of upholding moral ideals, and to never give up during difficult times. They were also taught to have pride in our country and to appreciate the liberties and opportunities that come with being an American.

It is those closely held values that Marty will bring to the US Congress.

Just two weeks after graduating from high school, Marty and his friends were hit head-on by a drunk driver. The tragic accident took the life of one of Marty's closest friends, and Marty suffered severe injuries. The harrowing experience motivated Marty to ensure that others were not victimized by those who act recklessly without regard to the rights of others.

Marty enrolled in college and earned a degree in Police Science. Following graduation, he joined the Chesapeake Police Department where he served 25 years before an injury incurred in the line of duty forced him into retirement.

Law enforcement not only forged Marty into a 'law and order' person, but also into one that sincerely cares about the needs of others.

During his career, he earned several distinguished awards and was named "Police Officer of the Year". He has also been featured on several crime-related television shows about the cases he has helped solved.

Marty has seen how some members of our society are not treated fairly. He's worked in difficult neighborhoods where he has witnessed hunger, despair and social suffering. Having a deep compassion for others, he has and will continue to help those in need.

Marty takes an active interest in the community. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Chesapeake Planning Commission—a role that requires long hours of hard work. While the job can be challenging, Marty finds it rewarding to participate in decisions and formulate ideas that help shape the physical, social, and economic future of his community. He is recognized as a skilled organizer and one who brings people together to get things done.

Marty enjoys being an active member in his many social and fraternal organizations. He loves nature and being outdoors and especially enjoys winter sports, hunting and watching the Norfolk Tides play baseball. But, his greatest joy comes from spending time with his family and friends.

He and his wife Kathy are active members at Aldersgate United Methodist Church. They live in the Western Branch area of Chesapeake with their adorable and precocious dog, Steinway.

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The vision of STAND is an America where families raise their children with Judeo-Christian values in an affirming society; where public schools, higher education, entertainment, media, medicine and government respect and encourage those values rather than attacking and opposing them.

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