‘Warrior’ for Constitution giving presentations in Orleans

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 9 May 2018 at 8:27 am

Provided photo: KrisAnne Hall is spending three days in Orleans County this week discussing the Constitution, Second Amendment and religious freedom.

HOLLEY – A Florida woman who spends more than 250 days a year traveling the country as a crusader for the Constitution is in Orleans County for three days this week.

KrisAnne Hall is a radio host, former Florida prosecutor and Army veteran. She travels the country presenting “The Roots of Liberty Seminar.”

Judith Larkin of Ridgeway invited Hall to the county for the presentations. Larkin heard Hall speak during an event at Elma. Larkin said she felt more educated about the Constitution, and more inspired to be an active citizen after hearing Hall.

“She wants people to be more engaged and to get off the couch,” Larkin said.

Hall has been featured in The Washington Post as a popular speaker who blasts federal overreach. In the article, she is described as a warrior for the Constitution. Click here to see “Founding Fervor.”

“She doesn’t encourage rebellion or revolt,” Larkin said. “She talks about the Constitution and liberty – our birthright.”

KrisAnne Hall gave two 2-hour presentations at the Yates Baptist Church on Tuesday. Today she will be at the American Legion in Holley for two sessions, discussing state sovereignty from 2 to 4 p.m. and then the Second Amendment from 6 to 8 p.m.

Thursday she will be at the Orleans County Christian School from 9 to 11 a.m. at 324 Catherine St., discussing the genealogy of the Constitution and then she and her husband JC Hall will be at Harvest Christian Fellowship in Albion 1 to 3 p.m. Mr. Hall will lead “Courage of the Faithful” from 1 to 3 p.m. and then Mrs. Hall will discuss religious liberty from 7 to 9 p.m.

The presentations are open to the community, except for the one at the Orleans County Christian School.

Larkin said schools tend to gloss over the Constitution, and today’s citizens lack a solid understanding of the document and their rights.

“This is just educational,” Larkin said. “She quotes from the Founding Fathers. She shows how far astray we’ve gone from the Constitution.”

For more on Hall, click here.