Tuesday, November 17, 2020

The Fighter and The Failer: Why I'm Still Praying for a Trump Miracle

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Rasmussen Reports has found that of all the people who voted for Biden, only 56% of them actually "voted for Biden." Of the remaining 44%,  29% say they were not voting for Biden---they were voting "against" Trump. And 15% were not sure why they voted the way they voted.

Among Trump voters, 90% say they were voting "for" Trump because he is a better leader and they agree with his policies. Only 8% said they were "voting against Biden." And 2% were confused about why they voted as they did.

Choosing a leader based on how much you hate someone else is not a great way to pick the leader of the most powerful nation on earth.

That's why I'm still praying for a Trump miracle.

Be informed, not misled.

Rasmussen said they were surprised at the stark contrast that motivated people's votes.

When hate becomes the motivator, bad decisions always follow.

"The Fighter and The Failer."

Daniel Greenfield wrote an article yesterday with this title. It caught my attention. I wanted to bring part of it to your attention as well.

He says: 

Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. graduated from Syracuse University of Delaware with a C average: the 506th student in a class of 688. When his grades weren't C's, they were usually D's.

He then struggled through a JD from Syracuse University where he was  nearly expelled after being caught plagiarizing a paper, and finally graduated 76th out of a class of 85 students. His academic performance was so miserable that an insecure Biden would spend  much of his political career lying about academic successes that were humiliatingly exposed as frauds.

Biden falsely claimed that he had "graduated with three degrees from college," was "the outstanding student in the political science department," that he "went to law school on a full academic scholarship" and that he was "in the top half' of his class." None of that ever happened.

Greenfield continues, noting that Joe was a bad law student, not a good lawyer---bouncing from one firm to another, working briefly as a public defender without leaving any impression, and ended up managing a swimming pool.

Finally, Greenfield says, Biden, as a young man, got into the Senate but it didn't take him long to become a national laughing stock, confining his career to Delaware for a generation. Finally, Barack Obama plucked him from obscurity, but Biden messed that up as well, getting dumped for Hillary in 2016.

Greenfield says in all his study of Biden, it leads to the fact that he always, in the end, messes it up.

And he says this:

In business you either make money or you don't. In politics all you have to do is steal money. Biden made money for other people, including his crooked family, by wetting his beak in a vast ocean of taxpayer money because it was just there. President Trump had to turn profits using money that people were actually attached to, instead of vast reserves of misappropriated tax revenues.

President Trump has been in tough spots over and over again, and bounced back from them using grit, smarts and determination. Biden has never really learned to bounce back from anything. Politics is just a river that carried him along, and when he failed, as he invariably did, he just spent another decade in politics and then another one after that until an opportunity arrived.

Greenfield says: "Biden still doesn't know how to fight, but he's the greatest coaster in American politics."

His gift for gab and being in the right place at the right time has brought us to this watershed moment in American history.

During the primaries, Biden was forced to pretend he had asked Obama not to endorse him, saying: "I want to do this on my own."

Obama was often quoted this time around as saying with a sneer,  "And you know who really doesn't have it? Joe Biden."

One reason Obama respected Hillary and rejected Biden is that she gave him a better fight for the presidency. Biden isn't a fighter. Greenfield says, "He's still the C student who tries to claim that he had a full scholarship."

When a weak politician is carried into the White House, once inside, he falls apart.

Remember Jimmy Carter?

That's why I'm praying for a Trump miracle.

The far-left radicals are standing by as wolves cuddling a lamb.

Joe Battenfield wrote in the Boston Herald:

"The dirty little secret of this presidential campaign may be that while Joe Biden ran as a moderate, his administration will be run by the the far left, led by running mate Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren and Rep. Alexanderia Ocasio-Cortez and here 'squad'."

The planned far-left takeover is already under way. 

The far-left radicals are lobbying for Cabinet posts. 

A letter was recently sent by Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders to the Biden transition team about becoming the labor secretary in the new administration.

Sanders said that he would be willing to accept the position if President-elect Joe Biden asked, but on CNN's State of the Union, Sanders confirmed that he was seeking the position.

"I talked to the Biden administration," Sanders said. "I want to do my best in whatever capacity, as a senator or in the administration, to protect the working families in this country."

Bernie is a socialist who was rejected by his own party in the primaries but provided several million voters for Biden in the general election. Voters Biden needed. Now Bernie wants to be Labor Sec. so he can advance his socialist agenda just as though he won an election.

Now it's payback time.

As I've said before Biden is a Trojan Horse of sorts---acceptable to voters who hate Trump---that may not hate Trump enough to vote for Bernie or Kamala or Warren or Susan Rice or Jay Inslee, etc., but enough to possibly give Biden the key to the Oval Office so Trump won't be there anymore. 

Washington State's Jay Inslee is begging for the position of Energy Sec. so he can advance Ocasio-Cortez's New Green Deal and call it his own, even though his Democrat Party soundly rejected him in the primaries.

That's why I'm praying for a Trump miracle.


A psychologist will tell you that hate masks personal insecurities. Not all insecure people are haters, but all haters are insecure people. Hate elevates the hater above the hated. Haters cannot stop hating without exposing their personal insecurities. Haters can only stop hating when they face their insecurities.

And it's well known that haters rarely hate alone. They feel compelled, often driven to influence others to hate what they hate---or whom they hate.

Martin Luther King Jr, said, "Hate destroys the very structure of the personality of the hater..."

What could a hate-based election possibly do to the structure of our country?

God says in I John 2:9-11: (nkjv) "He who says he is in the light and hates his brother, is in darkness until now...He who hates his brother is in darkness, and does not know where he is going, because the darkness has blinded his eyes."

An election based on hate could give us Biden's "winter of darkness" that he has predicted.

That's why I'm still praying for a Trump miracle.

Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Faithful. Be Prayerful.