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Friday, July 19, 2024

A Reason God Sparred Trump's Life

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We live in a time when politics in America are becoming more violent by the day, and it is incumbent upon every one of us to pray for our elected officials and work toward uniting Americans around the principles that have built and made our nation so great.

What we witnessed in Butler, Pennsylvania, was horrific. 

What we witnessed last night as former and future President Trump took the podium was remarkable.

God's ways are higher than our ways. His thoughts are above our thoughts.

I'll be talking more about Trump's speech last night on the radio this morning. Please join me.

Be informed, not misled.

Thursday, July 18, 2024

RE J.D. Vance

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Last night Senator---now Trump's pick for Vice President--JD Vance introduced himself to America and the world.

The New York Times said late yesterday afternoon: "J.D. Vance is 39 years old and has spent just 18 months as the junior senator from Ohio; he had never even attended a national political convention before this year. But tonight, the newly minted Republican vice-presidential nominee will introduce himself to millions of Americans as one of the party’s most powerful figures."

Indeed he did.

Be informed, not misled.

Wednesday, July 17, 2024

Why Does The Biden Admin Have ‘100 Percent Confidence’ In Secret Service After Assassination Attempt?

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John Daniel Davidson writes, "No failure, regardless of how monumental or catastrophic, is ever so bad that President Joe Biden and his lieutenants won’t try to spin it into some kind of success. Because no Democrat will ever admit failure, there’s never any accountability when things go unimaginably bad."

He's talking about the spectacle of Biden’s Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

On Monday, he was defending U.S. Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle, who is facing a growing chorus of calls to resign, and declaring he has “100 percent” confidence in her and her agency in the wake of an assassination attempt against former President Donald Trump on Saturday at his rally. 

DEI ideology and Dr. Jill's friendship put Cheatle in her position as Director of the US Secret Service.

She miserably failed Trump and the nation on Saturday in Pennsylvania.

Be informed, not misled.

Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Trump: "It Was God Alone Who Prevented The Unthinkable From Happening”

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A resolute Republican Party convened its national convention last night, less than 48 hours after an assassination attempt against presumptive presidential nominee Donald J. Trump.

Amid uncertainty about the motivation for the attack and escalating political tension in the country, party leaders and others have also called for calm as the party nominates former President Trump as its candidate for the nation’s highest office.

Trump has set the tone for the event with a personal statement posted on social media: 

"It was God alone who prevented the unthinkable from happening."

Be informed, not misled.

Monday, July 15, 2024

"Less Than An Inch" Would Have Rewritten History

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A split-second decision could have saved former President Trump's life during the shocking assassination attempt at his outdoor campaign rally in Butler, Pennsylvania on Saturday, according to Israeli Special Operations veteran Aaron Cohen.

Abraham Lincoln, JFK, Reagan, and now Trump.

The world now knows that a 20-year-old named Thomas Matthew Crooks was able to position himself on top of a building within easy target range of Trump's podium.

As Crooks touched the trigger, something happened that changed the course of human events and our American history.

He missed. By less than an inch.

Here's why he missed.

Be informed, not misled.