We're all tired. All of us! I get that.
What I don't get is how demoralized some (part-time?) patriots became after SCOTUS' dismissal of the Texas case on Friday.
Big frickin' deal!
Before November 3rd, we expended an incredible amount of emotional, patriotic and spiritual energy on the pre-election fervor.
Then when the Democrats' steal was revealed on 11/3 and 11/4, we momentarily got the wind knocked out of us. But we ain't no quitters because we know that Donald J. Trump upright, forthright, downright won re-election!
The more the magnitude of the fraud was revealed by courageous whistleblowers like Richard Hopkins, the better we felt. When it reached ridiculous proportions, I got the giggles. The Dems did it so "well" they cooked their own goose! Brilliant!
Then began the court cases. Lots of 'em and only a few went our way. SCOTUS' dismissal of the Texas case on Friday, just before the Jericho March, was for some patriots the last straw.
Hopeless tweets from demoralized patriots irritate me as much as that loathsome word "hopium" implying the MAGA crowd are somehow delusional. Just putting off our inevitable disappointment because we're too fragile to face failure.
In the words of our great naval hero, John Paul Jones, "We have not yet begun to fight!"
Jericho March Challenges Clergy to Lead Their Congregations in Fighting Tyranny Like the Founding Fathers!
On January 21st, 1776, Pastor Peter Muhlenberg of Virginia chose his Sunday sermon text from Ecclesiastes 3: "In the language of the Holy Writ, there is a time for all things. There is a time to preach and a time to fight. And now is the time to fight." Throwing off his black cassock, he revealed his Continental Army uniform complete with saber and flintlock and challenged his congregation: "Who among you is with me?"
As drums beat a military tattoo, three hundred men of Pastor Muhlenberg's flock rose to their feet, kissed their wives and children goodbye and marched down the aisle to follow their pastor into the War of Independence.
At Valley Forge, they starved together as their feet left bloody footprints in the snow. At Brandywine, Monmouth and Stonypoint they fought and died together. And when General Cornwallis surrendered on October 18th, 1781, Major-General Muhlenberg was present at the surrender.
He did what the clergy of America should be doing today: leading their flocks in the fight against tyranny according to Reverend William Cook of the Black Robe Regiment at today's Jericho March. Rev. Cook called out the clergy for cowering behind "separation of Church and State" and scorned their fear of losing their precious 501c3 to the roars of the Washington D. C. crowd.
The pastor rose: the prayer was strong;
The psalm was warrior David's song;
The text, a few short words of might,-
'The Lord of Hosts shall arm the right!'
He spoke of wrongs too long endured,
Of sacred rights to be secured;
Then from his patriot tongue of flame
The startling words for Freedom came....
When God is with our righteous cause:
His holiest places then are ours,
His temples are our forts and towers
That frown upon the tyrant foe:
In this the dawn of Freedom's day
There is a time to fight and pray!
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