Skagit Peers nominates Kevin Ewing for constitutional Sheriff of Skagit County.
Tuesday night June 29, 2021, the Skagit Peers of Skagit county convened to establish a nonpartisan group of neighbors, friends and relatives committed to restoring Skagit county back to a constitutional governed county.
Skagit Peers are Skagit voters that believe,
“If the constitution was good enough 234 years ago, Then it is a requirement from now on!”
It was 52 years, after the group identified as “We the People” signed the constitution, before the first political party was formed. The 39 founding fathers were just friends, relatives and neighbors that are identified as “We the People”.
Skagit Peers are comprised of these same “We the People” today. The Skagit Peers are determined to restore Skagit county to a constitutional county as a gift to their children and the millions of heirs yet to be born.
The preservation of our rights to Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness for our children is the number one goal of Skagit Peers.
Tuesday night the Skagit Peers were polled and recorded for the record, with the question, “Does anyone present have a constitutional objection to Kevin Ewing running for the office of Constitutional Sheriff of Skagit County?”
The record shows there was not one objection.
The Skagit Peers then asked for a public show of hands, of all attending the convention, that were in favor of nominating Kevin Ewing as a constitutional candidate for Sheriff of Skagit county. The record shows that majority those present consented with raised hands. Kevin Ewing’s nomination was confirmed with the full support of Skagit Peers. There were none opposed.
The record further shows that the constitutionally recognized number of affirmations in the vote exceeded 35.
Mr. Ewing was then asked what his plans were for the next year and a half while waiting for the sheriff election.
He announced his plan is simple. Raise the awareness for the eight oath taking elected official positions in this county need to be held by constitutional believing and officiating officials. Mr. Ewing announced that his entire efforts will be to promote the growth and propitiation of Skagit Peers.
The first Skagit Peers meeting was recorded as the story of .
“Saving Skagit county for Our Children’s Future” and can be heard here.”
Kevin Ewing announced that our children are our hope for tomorrow and our DUTY is to allow them to inherit the same rights and privileges that we did.
Mr. Ewing claims the local, state and federal officials continue to abuse their authority, violate their oaths of office, infringing and threatening the loss of some of our rights that are guaranteed by the state and National constitutions.
Mr. Ewing said many of his acquaintances said, “Why you Kevin?
His answer was simple, “If not me, then Who? Somebody has to say I’m willing to stand up for what I believe. And I do. Until anyone can convince me there is someone else, more dedicated, qualified and committed than me, then “I volunteer for this job of Sheriff!”
Mr. Ewing promised another meeting in about two weeks to announce the “Skagit Peers’ Plan:”
• To grow the movement,
• To restore the way we vote,
• To preserve our second amendment,
• To prevent oath taking officials from illegally legislating laws,
• To educate our children and parents in our historical guarantee of rights and privileges.
The biggest question of the night was, “Is this the start of a movement that is going to do more than talk?”
Kevin Ewing answered with a resounding, “YES!” He pointed out that our actions started moments ago, and here is what you can expect;
1. We started tonight by nominating a sheriff we trust.
2. Tell a child you believe in them for Freedom’s sake,
3. We ask for your support, starting at home, embrace the family,
4. Volunteer: We need; ideas, places to meet, speakers, writers, phone operators, oath takers to run for office, we need your support, we need you!
5. Tell a friend, tell a neighbor that Skagit Peers is growing in numbers to preserve our children’s Rights. Join with us to fulfill our duty of saving our children’s inheritance for them. That inheritance is the guarantee to live free from oppression in Skagit county.
6. We meet in 10 days to learn this plan that Skagit Peers has outlined for us to succeed in our goals.
7. Skagit peers will fill those needs of the movement and spring into action immediately, by donating time and substance.
8. Study the Constitution. Educate ourselves in the constitution and our rights,
9. If you need a copy of the Constitution, contact us through the email, phone, or on the website on the business card you received.
Tell a friend to go to the website, read the blog, listen to the story, “Saving Skagit county for our Children’s Future.” Leave their email and consider what their gifts are that they have that will help this movement grow to start Restoring Skagit county by 2022.
10. Give the ”card” with the web address, email and phone number to 5 people in the next 10 days and invite them to the next Skagit Peers meeting.
11. We start today, vetting candidates, to replace EVERY oath taking position in our county.
12. Make donation checks out to “Skagit Peers”. Donations can also be taken by credit card online.
13. Kevin Ewing will be in the Sedro Woolley 4th of July parade. Give a shout and a thumbs up as he goes by to show you want our children’s inheritance of Freedom and ALL their rights available for their future and the posterity of Skagit County, Support Skagit Peers, THE DO SOMETHING MOVEMENT!