What is the power of no? Ask a 2-year-old. Little children seem to know more about that word than most adult Americans, especially when it comes to interacting with the state. Of course, little children eventually learn that saying no to mom and dad has consequences. What happens when adults in America say no to government? Family farmer Vernon Hershberger revealed that you could say no and survive. He stood up to the state for food and farm freedom and was found not guilty on 3 of 4 charges. The 4th charge may be overturned based on the first three verdicts determining the state did not have authority to force him to get a license. When will you stand against tyranny, like Vernon Hershberger, in defense of food freedom, farm freedom and health freedom? Are you afraid that the state will stop giving you stuff if you refuse to submit? The stuff they give you has some very toxic strings attached to it. You want health? You want freedom? Say no to those who would subjugate you to their unconstitutional authority. Freedom is not restored at the ballot box; it’s restored by you withdrawing your consent from the usurpers of your divine birthright. It’s the right thing to do. The children shall lead you? A 2-year-old can teach you a lot. The power to heal is yours and so is the power to nullify unconstitutional limitations on your freedom!
Get ready to hear from the courageous farmer who stood against the unconstitutional power of the state. The acquittal of a Wisconsin dairy farmer on the most serious charges for selling raw milk products is a “victory for the food rights movement, his lawyer said.
The case of Vernon Hershberger, 41, has drawn national attention from supporters of the raw, unpasteurized milk movement, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Saturday.
The Sauk County Circuit Court jury in Baraboo deliberated about 4 hours before returning a verdict of guilty on a charge of violating a holding order placed on products on the Hershberger farm following a raid on the farm in the summer of 2010, the Journal Sentinel reported.
Hershberger could be sentenced to as much as a year in jail and fined $10,000.
Hershberger was found not guilty of the other three charges, which included operating an unlicensed retail store selling raw milk and other products and operating a dairy farm and dairy processing facility without licenses.