Luke Rawlings
Artist/freedom fighter

I’ve spent most of my life in and out of hospitals constantly waiting for the next tragedy to befall me. I saw myself as limited, as someone that didn’t matter. I thought the best I could hope for was to find a job that worked around my disabilities. I viewed celebrities, politicians, big business owners, etc. as if they weren’t real people. As though they were made of something different.

About 2 years ago that all changed. After a major eye opening event I realized the only thing holding me down was myself. I spent a year traveling around the world going to seminar after seminar, doing everything I could think of to learn how to become something more.

Once I started to figure things out, covid hit. Shortly after that my wife was diagnosed with cancer, and I was forced to watch as the American dream dies.

I now see that all the things in my life have led me to this. I now see that the only way America can be saved is by getting enough people to realize that they too matter. That they too can make a difference.

I don’t have all the answers, but I’m convinced that, together, we can find them.