The only thing making life bearable on this cockeyed planet is the assurance that "I know that my Reedemer liveth." Without that, life would be insufferable.
Maybe that's why the Bad People running the world's governments are so darn cranky. They have no hope. Without hope, life is about just one thing: go for the gusto.
I know, I know, I know. I said Saturday's Covid rant would be my last Covid article ever, but hey! Woman's prerogative. There is one last tiny loophole to close before leaving the subject forever (hopefully.)
Strangely, even in the midst of sickness, horror and death, blessings have come from Covid in the strangest of ways. Fauci & Co. may've meant it for Evil but God used it for some good. So, just in case I decide to embrace a Covid-free website, we should really count those blessings first.
Maybe I just wasn't paying attention. Maybe it happened...and they're trying to erase history à la the Mandela Effect. Maybe all-of-the-above.
"If only President Trump's overwhelming re-election win had been honored," I often think, "we'd be living in Camelot now."
But then I look back and think, "But it didn't seem like Camelot during his first four years in office."
Partly, it's my fault. Maybe it was Camelot-ish and I just wasn't paying attention, wasn't enjoying his Administration to the fullest.
But mostly it's the fault of the Loony Left and RINOs who fought him so viciously, that it became painful to watch him, always so embattled, always on the defensive, always stonkered at every turn. The political drama obscured so many of the glorious moments of the Camelot that President Trump and Melania were painstakingly trying to create.
All those beautiful moments of White House pageantry...the holidays, state dinners, etc. How did I miss so many of them? Was anyone reporting on them or was I watching the wrong news venues or...or...or?
President Trump and Melania are high-class-on-steroids. Always impeccably dressed, fulfilling White House protocol and traditions with the utmost in good taste and dignity with reverence for our history and veneration for the White House which a former President described as "the best house, because you go there to serve."
Here are a collection of videos of the glory days from President and Mrs. Trump's Camelot. Beautiful moments for us to cherish and relive as we wait patiently for the goodness, grace and glory of Trump's Camelot to return and finally be fulfilled.
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