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Cultivating Life With Courage in a World of Fear
Jamee Anatello is the mother of eight children, and when she and her brood were recently attacked in Oregon by Antifa, she fought back. Anatello joins “After Dark” to share her harrowing story of being assaulted by Antifa, a vigilante group she refers to as the KKK. The longtime resident of Oregon and her children were attending an outside prayer service in early August with her husband. She describes the service as being solemn and peaceful until a loud explosion is heard. The next thing she knew, Antifa was converging on the gathering chanting “hail satan.” Once the group showed up, something went horribly wrong. She said the group was seen throwing water bottles, eggs, paint, and other items. Had it not been for a friend blocking what was being thrown, her eight-month-old daughter would have been hit in the face.
This event galvanized Anatello to speak out and call out Antifa and the media for not reporting the truth. She said the media spent too much time calling out the Proud Boys who weren’t even there. Looking back, she said more people must and should speak out against Antifa and its violent behavior.
Diego Martinez joins “After Dark” for the second half of the show to discuss the results of the California recall election. Martinez was one of the Republican candidates hoping to replace Governor Gavin Newsom.
Jamee Anatello is the mother of eight children living in Oregon with her husband, a street minister, Quincy Anatello. According to their family website, their mission starts with raising and supporting their eight children. “We teach them that the key to success is an earnest dedication to the Lord Jesus first with hard work to follow. The road isn’t easy; we all know it’s filled with trials and obstacles threatening our victory. That has nothing to do with the color of our skin; we all face adversity on the way to our goals.”
Diego Martinez is a native of Uruguay. He came to the United States with his family at the age of six in pursuit of freedom and better opportunities. As a young man, he worked in the restaurant industry and local lumber mill for several years. He also worked in the auto industry for 17 years as a salesman and worked his way to general manager. He describes himself as a hardworking, honest businessman who has always provided for his family with his hard work. “I am thankful to be living the American dream and very proud to be an American.” He is a naturalized citizen and currently owns a bail bond business.
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