There's only one thing worse than grief and that's discouragement. I've been dismayed to see my fellow MAGA patriots slipping into discouragement this week courtesy of the Devil's own Mainstream Media.
Hey, you! Snap out of it! There are more "checks and balances" on the Electoral College Vote than you can shake a stick at so take heart! (Scroll down to Section 3 to read the encouraging details!!!)
We're Americans, dammit. Even better than that, we're Christians and God did not gives us a spirit of fear, but of Power! Of Love! And of a Sound Mind! (2 Timothy 1:7)
We are the people of John Paul Jones' famous quote: "I have not yet begun to fight."
We are the people of General McAuliffe who responded "NUTS" to a Nazi surrender demand.
We are the people of Valley Forge who left bloody footprints in the snow.
We Americans "can beat the world at anything from war to tiddlywinks." (Meet John Doe)
Compared to all the adversity we've faced since the 1700s and all we've overcome, the pathetic blatant, in-your-face, well documented ballot box Benedict Arnolds are well within our perview to conquer as well.
C'mon man! Buck up, me buckos! President Trump is still feeding rope to the traitors who are still counting phony ballots. He's still building his arsenal of ammunition for winning this election legally and fairly. His legal team has an embarrassment of riches in their quiver. And the Senate is Republican.
President Trump wouldn't have done fourteen (14!!!) rallies in three days at the age of seventy-four if he hadn't spent the last four years quietly shoring up the election process for just this moment! He kept us in the dark because he never shows his hand. Yes it hurt, but surely we can bear these labor pains necessary for our Glorious Republic to drain the election process swamp.
President Trump has not yet begun to fight and neither have we.
As it turns out, even after casting our ballots there's something we can do to protect the accuracy of the Electoral College. There are a lot of steps, a lot of "checks and balances," a lot of flexibility to protect the integrity of the Electoral College Vote from fraud with precedents already in place! Representative Mo Brooks (R-AL) explained it to Breibart on Thursday while I was researching another angle, but we concur.
So read on, Patriots! Onward Christian Soldiers!
Pictured: Donald Trump burning widow Annabelle Hill's mortgage. In 1986, the Hill family were in danger of losing their ancestral farm. Mr. Hill killed himself believing his life insurance would pay off the mortgage. Unbeknownst to him, his insurance policy had a suicide clause so his widow didn't receive a penny, lost her husband and was still on the cusp of losing their farm. When Donald Trump heard the story, it touched his heart. Trump and a partner each paid $78,000 to pay off her mortgage in full and burned it in effigy at Trump Tower! https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3449920/That-time-Donald-Trump-saved-family-farm-Widow-s-daughter-campaign-rally-recall-Donald-paid-mom-s-300-000-mortgage-father-committed-suicide.html#v-2421761637381487343
In a 2016 interview with Lisa Stahl, Trump did something only two presidents in history have ever done. He affirmed he would be serving without pay. By accepting only $1 each year (as required by law), he joins Herbert Hoover and John F. Kennedy as the only two presidents who served and defended solely from Love of Country.
Actually, when he made the promise, Trump had no idea how much the President is paid. (Isn't that adorable!?! Runs for the job. Has no idea what it pays!)
By serving for free, he proves yet again that America is his sole motivation. As he just said in Fayetteville, NC, "As God is my witness, I will never let you down" and he never has.
This is the story the Mainstream Media has tried very hard to throw shade on but never managed to debunk because duh! It's true!
Here's where President Donald J. Trump has donated his paychecks, each quarter, for the past four years.
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