In some ways, I have to blame Donald Trump for this angst. Had we had a typical election of a chosen establishment, globalist shill for the Republican Party I would have merely rolled my eyes at the corruption and gone about my business. You see, I gave up on us after the 2012 reelection of Barack Hussein Obama; I wrote about it in The Destruction of America Right Before Our Eyes.
"About 2 am on Election Day 2012, I crawled out of bed praying fervently that the news was better than it had been when I went to bed. I opened my laptop and on the screen was a picture of the Obamas, walking on stage as a family with the headline, "Four More Years." I wept bitterly, as you would over a terminal cancer diagnosis for a loved one. It was in that moment that I realized that we were not going to remain the shining city on the hill, the beacon of light and hope for the world - we were going to fall away (2 Thessalonians 3)."
I remained in a state of , "Oh, well. Jesus is coming back soon and we are doomed." Until two years of highly anticipated Fall Feasts came and went; we are still here. I paid very little attention to politics during this time, instead focusing on telling people about Jesus. I figured if I was going to put myself out there and take a stand for something, it may as well have eternal implications. So I disengaged... until a brash New Yorker wormed his way into my house.
A flawed man in every sense of the word, he never the less earned my admiration for his fearlessness. One of the first speeches I actually listened to he said something that resonated with me, "We don't win anymore." Something deep inside broke; I had given up. I had become disengaged, I had stopped having hope. A glimmer of something fluttered in my heart, a spark, a small little flame burning in a forgotten corner.
Since then, I've become a Trump Warrior on social media but lately, I have been preoccupied with exposing all of the lawless corruption of the Clinton Machine. Every story, every email, every disgusting revelation has been met with a proverbial sigh from the Main Stream Media and moral outrage by me. In some ways, Trump is to blame because for the first time in many years I have hope and the thought of this election being stolen by a morally corrupt woman freaks me out.