It’s disheartening to see how many congressmen and women willing to jump ship just because the sailing isn’t smooth.
Nothing worth fighting for ever came easy. Including the foundation of this country. It was built on blood, sweat, and tears. And fight. That’s the part we tend to leave out. We fought to build this land we love.
Democrats didn’t become the enemy in 2016. It happened long before that. Remember, it was the Republican party that freed the slaves. And the Democrats make no bones about holding back the black community.
Their government run world doesn’t inspire the American spirit. Free housing, free food, subsidized daycare, free education, it’s nothing but penny candy.
What Ever Happened to Penny Candy?
If you’re wondering what I mean by penny candy, I was recently reminded of a speech contest I entered in high school. The topic? Free enterprise, inflation, and where we went so wrong. Like a spoiled child that fails to value her toys, leftists built an America that is free for the grabbing. The problem with that is simple. We turned nearly everything into nothing worth having.
And that’s the world Joe Biden wants to grow, as he sells out to China. Everyone knows it. So why are people giving up the fight?
Even if Trump is left steering the ship, there is a direction we’re meant to go, and then there is the route Biden will follow. I promise you- these two routes don’t become one. They are on an opposite trajectory. We spent eight years trapped in the hell of the Obama/Biden Administration. How is it that millions of people haven’t faced that truth? All I want to see from the people representing me is a commitment to the path of righteousness.
I’d like to know what the hell Nancy Pelosi must have on the many members of Congress that put her back in a seat of power. They know she doesn’t have our best interests at heart. She’s just one of many high-horse hypocrites. And more than that, I’d like Mitch McConnell to stop back peddling and stand his ground. He knows what it right, and it’s time he quit catering to conniving congress members. But that’s exactly what he’s doing.
According to Breitbart:
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reportedly told GOP senators that he “won’t judge anybody for their decision” in regards to objecting to the Electoral College vote, which Congress will count on Wednesday, after previously urging them to refrain from doing so.
“‘I’ve voted twice on declarations of war.’ And he said, ‘This is right up there. But … there’s a lot of noise out there and I won’t judge anybody for their decision,’” Cramer said of McConnell.
I get it. He wants to create an atmosphere of acceptance. But there are times to draw a line in the sand. Times when acceptance is unacceptable.
We have more than enough challenges thrown our way. Just listen to Kevin Jackson explain how Congress is working to undermine our constitution.
Listen to “Ep. 21-004 – Gender In The House” on Spreaker. Luckily, we still have some soldiers willing to fight til the end.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) was the first GOP senator to announce his intention to object to Electoral College votes, formally making the announcement last week:
On Monday, Hawley revealed left-wing activists protested outside of his home, demanding he drop his Electoral College challenge, while his wife and newborn were home alone.
“Tonight while I was in Missouri, Antifa scumbags came to our place in DC and threatened my wife and newborn daughter, who can’t travel,” he announced, adding that they “screamed threats, vandalized, and tried to pound open our door.”
“Let me be clear: My family & I will not be intimidated by leftwing violence,” he added:
And let’s not forget Texas Senator Ted Cruz.
According to Cruz, we’re not done yet. “We will together object to certification in order to force the appointment of an emergency commission to perform an audit of the election results. We have an obligation to the voters and the Constitution to ensure this election was lawful,” said Cruz.
It’s good to know Texas is willing to spearhead the battle until the bitter end. For that, I’ll never live anywhere else. But I’m certainly willing to march to Washington DC, if that’s what it takes to push some sense back in McConnell. And I have a strong feeling I’m not the only one.