Here’s a little gift to help you celebrate Labor Day this year…

My friends at Patriot Wholesale Club are giving you this space-age Emergency Sleeping Bag FREE today.

This amazing tool stops the #1 killer in any crisis: death by exposure.

And they want to give it to you FREE today for a simple reason:

Sadly, as we celebrate Labor Day this year…

America has become unrecognizable from the great nation we grew up in.

With liberals fighting to defund our police and turn our country into a socialist cesspool…

And as violent “activists” breed destruction and death in our streets…

The writing is on the wall.

Our country is becoming more and more dangerous by the day -- especially for conservatives.

That’s why they’re handing out a small number of these priceless survival tools FREE…

To give Americans a guaranteed way to protect themselves in any crisis.

Normally, $30

Today it’s yours for nothing but the cost of stamps.

Keep in mind, this is a limited Labor Day giveaway.

And inventory is limited.

Right now, they’re promising FREE Emergency Sleeping Bags to the next 34 people.

After that, you might be out of luck.

So HURRY and grab your FREE Emergency Sleeping Bag now, before they’re gone.


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