Joan of Kansas? A Young Girl Will Lead Us


Victoria Sharp is in the midst of her 15 minutes of fame.  She’s an 18-year-old girl from Kansas who went to Oregon to be at the standoff.  She was near the vehicle that plowed through a roadblock when an occupier was killed by police.

The occupier wasn’t a black thug and he wasn’t raping women in a New York City park, so you probably haven’t heard much about it.

That’s Victoria and her family in Oregon.

In one of dozens of YouTube videos posted this past month featuring teenager Victoria Sharp, who is from these parts, she flashes a wide smile when an online broadcaster offers to produce “The Victoria Sharp Show.”

It would play to a patriot movement audience.

“Will you please be the spokesman for our youth concerning our Constitution and our freedoms?” asked the broadcaster.

“Yes,” she said.

As for hosting a show, Sharp, 18, said she needed time to rest after her harrowing afternoon near the occupied Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon.

On Jan. 26 she witnessed authorities shoot dead one of the occupiers whose pickup truck had plowed past a roadblock.

Will Victoria get her own TV show?  Stranger things have happened.  The major media is certainly going to ignore Victoria, her family, and her cause.
Will that matter?
Only time will tell.

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Nancy Hayes

Nancy Hayes is a Digital Media Specialist and Conservative, Grassroots Activist. Over the past 6 years - she has worked on 31 campaigns nationwide. She has been involved in several key elections, including Ted Cruz for President and Herman Cain for President. She has served in such positions as Social Media Specialist, Phone Bank Director, State Director of Volunteers, and Grassroots Activist. Stay involved! Stay inspired! Stay educated! #TeamJoe #PJNET #CruzCrew #GOHTeam


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