NWE is interviewed on why he is dressed as CM.

Jan 7, 2021
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Nathan Wayne Entrekin

Mother American Night, "Stop The Steal Rally - Jan 6, 2021," YouTube Video, 32:22, Jan 7, 2021, accessed July 6, 2021

Mother American Night, Nathan Wayne Entrekin, Captain Moroni
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I’m Captain Moroni. I’m the William Wallace of the Book of Mormon. In the cha—in the cha—in the uh, Book of Alma in the Book of Mormon, uh, a freedom fighter named Captain Moroni fought for his freedom against the king-men. He was a freem—part of the freed-men movement. In, around—I—I like to say 76 BC, because 1776 sounds so—is so popular. But before Christ came to Jerusalem, in this land—the Book of Mormon is about this land, right—and, the same fight for freedom, this land, the same land, right here—upon which we stand—the Native American Indians, they have Jewish D—DNA descent, I can tell you about—you can google that—the Algonquian Indians have Native American . . . uh-uh have uh, Jewish descent in their, in their DNA. There’s evidence of the Book of Mormon—I don’t wanna get too much into that. I’m here for freedom, you’re here for freedom. Um, Captain Moroni ripped his coat and he wrote this message right here. And if I can get it open . . . it says . . . it says, ‘in memory of our God, and our religion, and our freedom, and our peace, our wives, and our children. And it was called the Title of Liberty and he held it up high when he fought against the king-men. And they slayed the ki—[video cuts] Babylon was gonna destroy Jerusalem. The prophecy—Isaiah, everybody was saying, ‘Jerusalem’s gonna get destroyed’—I, uh, I—I take it back, it might not be Isaiah. So Lehi and his family, Nephi and Laman and Lemuel and Sam, came to the Americas and about the time before Jesus came—again, in about 50 to 100 BC—about 50 to 100 BC, that fight happened that I just spoke of. And I’m here to represent that, the Mormon element. [video cuts] —at because a lot of people are like, ‘oh, Mitt Romney,’ you know, and—I—it—there’s a lot of infiltrators in our nation, in our capitol, in our churches. I think Mitt Romney might be one of those people that have sold out to the system and um, I just want to say, you know what—I—I’m here for freedom and peace, and liberty and love and happiness.

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