The Bible school student/interim pastor said this to Alex at the end of the interview, excited and relieved, having taken the brave step to go public with this important-for-us-all story.
“It’s been very liberating talking to you, Mr. Jones.”
“I feel like I’m ready to preach, and I feel like my preaching will be more powerful than it has been.”
It’s liberating to step out of the boat and walk on the water!
Jeff Fenske : )
Feds Accuse Student Of “Terror and Espionage” For Talking About Constitution
East Texas pastor threatened by anonymous men in dark suits for giving talk to Boy Scouts about bill of rights
A student of a large bible college in east Texas was accused by federal agents of committing an “act of terror and espionage” after he gave a talk to a group of Boy Scouts in which he encouraged them to educate themselves about the U.S. constitution.
Jeff, who wishes to remain anonymous at present, is a student of the college and an interim pastor of a small church in Mount Vernon, Texas. He appeared today as a guest on the Alex Jones Show to relate what took place.
As part of his duties as an advisor in the college office, Jeff was tasked with the role of giving a short speech and a tour to a group of Boy Scouts that were visiting the college, with a focus on how patriotism and liberty are emphasized in the teaching style of the university.
Jeff said he told the boys, “It’s going to be you who is going to take this country and either make or break it – you need to get back to your constitution, you need to get to know your bill of rights and you need to stand up for them.”
Jeff also mentioned that the freedoms enumerated in the bill of rights were fast being usurped by the government and he briefly talked about the USA Patriot Act.
“I said they’re stripping us of what we know to be America, what you need to do is re-orient yourself to the constitution because that is the very founding basis of our government and it is the supreme law of the land,” he added.
The next day Jeff was called into the main administrative office of the university where he was met by college officials and two men wearing dark suits and sunglasses who did not identify themselves. A state trooper was also guarding the door to make sure everyone stayed inside the office.
Jeff was asked by the men if he talked to the Boy Scouts about the constitution the previous day. Jeff was then shown a transcript of what he said and asked to fill in the blanks.
“I saw the transcript of what I said and every word that those boys had said,” stated Jeff.
Jeff speculated that the recording of his talk with the Boy Scouts may have been made by a scout master who looked like a Marine that was taking the tour with Jeff.
After asking the men where they were from, Jeff was told he was committing “acts of terror and espionage” by talking to the Boy Scouts about the constitution and the bill of rights.
Jeff was unable to ascertain exactly where the feds were from but university officials later indicated that DHS (Department of Homeland Security) and the FBI were involved.
Jeff said that the two men told him, “If you say anything, do anything, continue to talk about these kind of things, we can have your head on a silver platter and the University’s head on a silver platter and all the programs they’ve got going on.”
Jeff said that a high level college official who was present during the meeting, himself an ex-Marine Vietnam veteran, was extremely nervous and “shaking” as Jeff was being lectured by the two men.
“I went to my room and I broke down in tears,” said Jeff after the meeting was finished, “That’s it – our country’s gone,” he added.
Click here to listen to Jeff’s interview with Alex Jones.
To have secret police threatening bible college students for talking about the constitution is the most disturbing and un-American scenario one can possibly imagine, but it’s not a new phenomenon.
On the Alex Jones Show today, a bible student at a large Christian college in Mount Vernon, Texas, related a story of intimidation as Department of Homeland Security goons dressed in black accused him of engaging in terrorism for teaching a group of Boy Scouts about the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
The student and interim pastor, going by the name “Jeff,” told Alex Jones he was assigned last September the task of talking to a group of Boy Scouts, specifically concerning “Americanism” in higher education. Jeff told the boys they need to “reorient” themselves to the Constitution because such knowledge will “make or break the country.”
After tutoring the boys, Jeff was called into the university president’s office. There he was confronted by a “man in black” wearing sunglasses from the Department of Homeland Security who was accompanied by another federal official in a gray suit. In addition, state police were present during the interrogation and Jeff was told the FBI were also involved. Jeff was informed “every word” of his conversation with the Boy Scouts was recorded and he had a transcript of the conversation. Jeff’s talk was, the DHS official in a gray suit declared, “terror and espionage” and if he continued to engage in such behavior he would be arrested and “we can have your head on a silver platter.” Moreover, the feds threatened to intervene in the process of the college’s accreditation, a threat that apparently disturbed a “high level university official,” who was so “agitated” he was shaking.