Oklahomans Want Justice, Not Political Correctness

PolitiChicks.comAs an Oklahoman who is still in shock over the insanity happening in my home state, first things first.  The funeral of a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother Colleen Hufford will be held Thursday, October 1, after she was attacked and beheaded at work. Her family has made a statement, via Kristen Ventura of Fox25:

“Losing our mom, wife and grandmother has been one of the most difficult challenges any of us have faced in our lives. For her life to have been taken in such a tragic act of violence adds a depth of grief we are trying to comprehend. We want to thank the wonderful family and friends who have come to our aid during this very difficult time with messages of hope and prayer. We will miss her dearly.”

A memorial fund has been set up in Colleen Hufford’s name. Those interested in helping the family with funeral and other associated expenses can donate by going to Fundme.com and searching for Colleen Hufford Memorial.

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Secondly, will Oklahoma let this go as “workplace violence?” I don’t think so. Our Attorney General was on Cavuto Wednesday explaining that we as a state have our own laws in place to deal with terrorists. In other words, even if the Feds call it “workplace violence” the State of Oklahoma may still prosecute it as terrorism. We wisely put those laws into place after the April 19 bombing.

NewsOK confirms this:  “Oklahoma House caucus claims Moore beheading was terrorism, not workplace violence.”

On Monday, October 13, 7:30 – 9:00 p.m., Oklahoma House caucus members Dan Fisher and John Bennett will present a virtual town hall meeting with Frank Gaffney, Paul Blair and Claire Lopez.  I recommend everyone across the nation tune in to if you want the facts in this case. Spread the word! We want to see as much earthly justice as is humanly possible. We want the light shining on this matter!

Julia Seay

Julia Seay was instrumental in eliminating Common Core from the state of Oklahoma via Restore Oklahoma Public Education. She is a Christian wife and mother who worked in courtrooms and conference rooms, until motherhood gave me a love for home-based business. Julia became involved in her local public school system and was formerly on the board of Restore Oklahoma Public Education, dedicated to affect education legislation. Julia is currently on the board of Gateway Women's Resource Center, a non-profit ministryW. Both of Julia's organizations can be found on Facebook. Follow Julia on Twitter: @juliaseay

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