Agee told Shroyer that he and his wife Jaime, who co-founded Banners4Freedom, were inspired to make a difference after attending Clark's ReAwaken America Tour in Tampa, Florida, last year.
"We were really inspired by what was taking place. And when we got back here to Texas, we decided we were going to get involved in our county commissioner meetings, where there was some mask-wearing, some encouragement of getting the vaccine, there were some COVID agenda items that they were discussing. And for 17 weeks, we began to educate them on the truth behind this vaccine. And we had some successes, the masks dropped off, they stopped encouraging getting the vaccine, they actually adopted Governor [Greg] Abbott's resolution adopting his vaccine mandate," Agee said.
"And when we had that success, we asked ourselves what else can we do? How can we make a difference? We took out an ad in the local paper called Vaxx Facts where we had the VAERS [Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System] numbers listed in there. And then my wife had this bright idea of putting up a billboard in our local town here to further educate the people on the truth of the adverse reaction to the vaccine." (Related: Banners4Freedom putting up billboards raising awareness about Covid vaccine dangers.)
Agee added that after getting encouraging words from his wife, he was able to throw together an ad and put up a local billboard in their hometown of Bonham, Texas. Clark picked up Agee's initiative and immediately conducted an interview.
"And at that moment, we raised $30,000, almost overnight just from that. And we weren't even planning on raising any money, we just have a GiveSendGo just because there's some local people in our community that wanted to help fund this billboard that we put up. And then Stew Peters picked us up. Next thing I know we're at the Clay Clark ReAwaken America Tour," Agee said.
"And we had raised $100,000 in San Antonio and then we were at the Dallas conference, in Phoenix. And so far today, we've raised over $250,000 to get these billboards up all across the nation, which we have currently about 112. I believe, give or take, in over 25 states we have 30 bus benches put up all around CVS and Walgreens, hospitals, schools around downtown Omaha, Nebraska. We have 500 indoor billboards throughout Iowa and Minnesota. And we just went live in Times Square this week."
Agee added that they have also done interviews with local news stations. He also took note of the amazing and encouraging responses that they received from people who had the same idea.
"This wasn't just an idea that we had. I think the Lord has just kind of put together and facilitated something where we can make this happen. It does take quite a bit of time, my wife and I have fully dedicated our lives to this since November 1," Agee said.
"I've put my general contracting business on hold to make all this happen. And we're honored to be a part of this and do what we can with our time, with our treasure to help awaken the nation to the horror of what is happening with this vaccine."
The Banners4Freedom founder noted that what they have started has turned into a massive crowdfunding campaign of the American people. According to Agee, they already have a crowdfunding campaign on GiveSendGo and their goal is to put up billboards all across the country to tell the real story about vaccine side effects.
"We don't have the funds to make all this happen. But the people do and everybody gives a little bit, then we can expand this even further. Matter of fact, we just put on our website this week, the ability to order yard signs and vinyl banners and flyers so that you can raise your own banner, we had several requests for something like that. And it's just a great opportunity to get this message out in front of the people," Agee explained.
Agee also lauded the smaller, independent billboard organizations, whom he called patriots of the nation, that are more than happy to put out the Banners4Freedom billboard ads.
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