Clay Clark is hosting the ReAwaken America Tour in Salem, Oregon. It features a host of speakers about freedom, faith, family, health and conservative family values. Here, we present information on ReAwaken America Tour Salem, Oregon Speakers.
The tour, which is slated to invite guest speakers who have spread false conspiracy theories about the 2020 election, is scheduled for April 1-2 at Salem’s River Church. Organizers originally planned an event in Redmond.
Organizers of the far-right Reawaken America Tour moved a conference planned for Redmond to Salem following a conflict with Deschutes County administrators over enforcement of Oregon’s mask requirement.
The conference includes guest speakers who have spread conspiracy theories about Covid and the 2020 election. Among the event’s speakers are vaccine sceptics, including doctors, pastors and conservative politicians and commentators.
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ReAwaken America Tour Salem, Oregon Speakers
The show will be hosted by Clay Clark.
Each of the talks is generally 15-20 minutes. The speakers will include a wide range of conservative voices. Here are the ones that spoke in Phoenix, many of which will speak in San Diego and Canton
Gen. Michael Flynn, the former national security assistant for President Donald Trump who was forgiven after petitioning guilty to lying to the FBI about his information with a Russian politician, is listed as a speaker at the event. Clay Clark, the host of the meeting and the Thrivetime Show podcast, said Flynn wanted to take the tour to Oregon. Also scheduled to speak is Roger Stone, a former Trump adviser who was convicted of witness tampering, hindering an official proceeding and five counts of making false statements related to a special adviser inquiry into Russia’s possible interest in the 2016 election.
Other ReAwaken America Tour Salem, Oregon Speakers include:
Other ReAwaken America Tour Salem, Oregon Speakers include Aiya Kelley, Amanda Grace, Andy Wakefield, Bianca Garcia, Bo Polny, Brendan Witt, Bruce Goodmanson, Bryan Ardis, Chad Prather, Charlie Kirk, Clay Clark, Cordie Williams, David Rodriguez, Dr Fleming, Dr Jane Ruby, Dr Jim Meehan, Dr Mark Sherwood, Dr Ra Ashid Buttar, Dr Stella Immanuel, Dream Church, Emily Peterson, Eric Trump, Floyd Brown, Flyover Conservatives, Gene Ho, General Michael Flynn, Hi-Rez and Jimmy Levy, Ian Smith, Jenna Ellis, Joel Oltman, Joey Gebert, John Chambers, Judy Mikovits, Karen Kingston, Kelli Ward, Kimberly Reicks, Leigh Dundas, Lori Gregory, Pastor Dave Scarlett, Pastor Greg Locke, Pastor Leon Benjamin, Pastor Mark Burns, Pastor Phil Hotsenpiller, Patrick Byrne, Peggy Hall, Professor Toto, Richard Bartlett MD, Roger Stone, Scott Kesterson, Scott McKay Sean Feucht, Seth Holehouse, Seth Keshel, Steve Shultz, Steve Strang, Todd Coconato, Vanessa Clark, Vidar Lingard and Wendy Rogers.
Venue of the ReAwaken America Tour, Salem, Oregon
Initially scheduled at the Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center, it will now be held at The River Church in Salem on 1st and 2nd April.
Organizers moved the conference days after two Deschutes County commissioners raised objections to organizers regarding the statewide mask requirement not being enforced, according to reporting by the Bend Bulletin. County bureaucrats and Commissioner Tony DeBone said they made no such statement, and Commissioner Patti Adair said in a text to the paper that the mask mandate would be enforced.
“I don’t like having events related to the government,” says Clay Clark
Clark told Salem Reporter the event was not moved because Deschutes County officials said they would enforce the mask mandate.
“But I believe that the phrase ‘I’m from the government, and I’m here to help’ is dangerous. I don’t like to have any events at anything related to the government,” Clark said. “I want to be in private venues, particularly churches, which is why every event we’ve had has been organized with a church, and the only one that broke from that pattern was this one in Oregon because I couldn’t find a church that was willing to deal with the controversy. I had a few lines in the water, but this River Church telly wanted to be a part of it.”
The statement comes a month after Eric Coomer, preceding director of product strategy and security for Denver-based Dominion Voting Systems, documented a slander lawsuit against Clark and the Thrivetime Show.
The complaint claims that the Reawaken America Tour and its founder, Clark, regularly circulated lies about him outfitting the 2020 election. It said the lies “all originate with a baseless and repeatedly debunked conspiracy” created by Joe Oltmann, a Colorado podcaster and corruption theorist who also planned to speak at the event.
Clark confined that he started making efforts to churches in Oregon in September, and a recent event in Tampa, Florida, was held at an associate of Salem’s River Church.
He stated that he originally booked the Redmond venue as a “placeholder” because he had not yet found a church to hold it. “We were going to go to Oregon, but I didn’t know where we were going to have it,” he said. “So as a backup plan, we booked the center”
“I’m not an anti-vaxxer, I’m an anti-mandate,” says Lew Wootan
Lew Wootan, the lead priest at The River Church, said event organizers contacted him about hosting the meeting.
“I’m having this event because it isn’t a matter of whether I agree with everybody or not, I think having opposite opinions is healthy for a community,” he said.
Wootan has been a verbal opposition of Covid constraints and vaccination requirements in Salem, occurring at a protest with Salem Health nurses and other health care workers rejected to requirements last year.
“I want to allow people to speak out against certain things that I don’t believe in. I don’t believe in the mandates, and I don’t believe that they should be mandated. I believe that as an American, and then underneath the constitutional rights, we have a right to choose what goes into our body. I’m not an anti-vaxxer, I’m an anti-mandate,” Wootan told Salem Reporter.
Wootan said he has written around 500 religious protection for members of his church, and several have still been fired from jobs in health care, at the state Department of Corrections and restaurants because they were told their security didn’t authorize.
“Having this event here is simple, we have a facility and they want to be able to do something, and I agree with the ministry or the message of freedom,” he said. “It’s not that I necessarily agree with what everybody has to say, the same thing in church. If someone comes in, not everybody agrees with me and what I preach, and I’m okay with that. We all have a diversity of beliefs, and we all have a diversity of opinions. But it doesn’t mean we can’t be civil about it.”
Clark said the tour is “a war against the Great Reset,” a corruption theory – labelled after the meeting of the same name – that global authorities planned the Covid pandemic to take over the world’s economy.
Terms & Conditions for purchasing tickets
Clark said ticket buyers can “name their price.” The average person pays around $50, and the lowest ticket they’ve sold is $6.39. VIP tickets are $200.
Following reports are that Redmond ticket holders would not receive compensation for the rescheduled event, Clark said, “Anyone who wants a refund can have a refund. I’m not going to argue with people but we do tell people going into the events, you buy a ticket, the tickets are non-refundable, but they are transferable”.
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