AMERICA: The Blog
AMERICA: The Blog
Well, that was weird! The past five months of American history have been cuckoo for cocoa puffs.
After record shattering MAGA rally turnouts, the election was blithely called for the can't-draw-a-crowd alleged pedophile "Xiden." The state legislatures, courts, SCOTUS and Electoral College all ignored a little thing called the Will of We the People. So we rallied (again!) like crazy and they False Flagged the "Save America" rally on January 6th. Two weeks later, an unidentified imposter posing as Joe Biden pre-filmed a fake Inauguration and has been blundering, bombing, threatening and signing things ever since while nominating people who approve of Genital Mutilation for children.
Have I missed anything!?!
Where the heck are we? What do we do now? Where do we go from here, America, and where does AMERICA: The Blog go from here!?!
"The world is an evil place," my parents always tried to impress on me. But twenty years ago, as a young woman with my eyes full of stars and my heart full of dreams, I found that hard to believe. I tried to take their warnings to heart and see a would-be attacker or rapist around every corner, lurking down every alley but as time went on, I learned that your normal, every day, garden variety American is a pretty nice, good person.
Oh, I knew bad things happened but I believed that, for example, child molestation was rare. A now-and-then occurrence when that weird Uncle Bob lured his niece or nephew into the back shed with candy.
Then middle-aged men began coming forward with horrible stories of Catholic priests who had abused them decades ago. Middle-aged women began to talk openly about being sexually abused by nuns at Catholic orphanages. Lots of priests and nuns at lots of parishes.
And I figured the Catholic church had a problem.
Then I heard that the pastors and PK's at my strict, IFB school groomed and raped students.
And I figured there was a problem amongst some protestant clergy too.
Then I heard about orphans from Boys Town in Nebraska trafficked to the White House under George H. W. Bush's reign. And I figured GHWB had a problem.
But I was wrong. My rosy view of the world was wrong. In fact, my look-on-the-dark side parents were wrong too. The whole cockeyed world is wrong.
Pedophilia isn't isolated to that weird uncle with the perpetual Epstein smirk or that creepy pastor. Don't get me wrong, they're bad but they're garden variety pedophiles. Isolated. Working alone. Small potatoes. And so, for a long time, we thought they were the only pedophiles because they were the only ones getting prosecuted while the Global Pedophilia and Sex Trafficking Ringleaders said how horrible it all was, gave generously to charities to help victims of sexual abuse and swam away unseen, unprosecuted, unfettered.
We're just beginning to get it. Pedophilia is rampant. It's not isolated, it's not rare, it's not secretive. No! It's massive!!! It's everywhere!!! It's systemic in the fabric of every system, every culture, every religion, every industry, every nation. It's how the world works now.
It's like Charlie Chaplin said in his movie Monsier Verdoux: "Kill one person and you're a murderer; kill a thousand and you're a hero."
Rape one child and you're a horrible pedophile. Rape, traffick and murder thousands of children and you're an influential Prince of Industry. You're a respected Politician. You're the leader of a Religion. You're a past President.
Pedophilia is a culture. It's a network. It's an entertainment. It's a hierarchy. It's a currency. It's a religion. It's how the world has worked for years...and only the good people did not know it. The good people who could've tried to do something to stop it if only they'd known it was going on.
I've finally got it through my thick skull that pedophilia is the underlying structure of how the globe functions. Thank God Donald Trump is taking it down!
Never have so many swear words been shouted on the floor of the Senate. Never!
Maryland's Democratic Senator Jamie Raskin left all the profanity unbleeped in the January 6th "evidence" video he presented to the Senate today as he kicked off the so-called "impeachment trial" of our duly re-elected and beloved President Trump. As Senator Raskin made a mockery of all things just, lawful and Constitutional, he left me so infuriated I was muttering some of those same words myself.
Thankfully, Jason Chaffetz kept his cool and tweeted this:
Hearing the false narrative, the concocted fake reality spewed by the Democrats was so painful and infuriating, in all honesty, I only listened to bits and pieces of today's Senate proceedings. But it was enough. Heck! It was way too much.
Yesterday morning, Michael and I were sitting around in our PJs chatting over coffee.
Not thinking very much, I said idly, "What if all the jokes about Joe Biden playing President in his basement while Kamala sticks pieces of paper under his nose for signature are true? What if Joe's 'presidency' consists solely of an office, a pen, a website and the media pushing the narrative?"
Michael's ears visibly perked up. "Tell me more," he said.
That's the problem. It's just a hunch, much like my hunch that Joe would take the Oath of Office before Inauguration Day.
When a hunch is proven right as that one was, the feeling is amazing! Addictive!
When the hunch is wrong, you crawl under a rock and apply thumbscrews.
Fools rush in where angels fear to tread...so here we go!
We live in ironic times. In his "farewell" address yesterday, President Trump basically said, "Hello!" which he reiterated in a short statement to the press this morning stating, "...hopefully it's not a long-term goodbye."
And in Joe Biden's recent pre-"inauguration" speech shared by Dinesh D'Souza, he talked of his own death and wept throughout the speech. Nancy Pelosi and Mrs. Pence also wept during speeches last week.
If you listen very closely, you'll hear President Trump's voice shaking with emotion in this video.
Can you feel it? Fatigue. While many patriots are still gun-ho, many are plumb bone weary. After the surge of enthusiastic patriotism on Election Day followed by the gut punch of massive fraud on 11/4 and the stiff-upper-lip rallying-yet-afraid-to-hope-too-much during the month of November, many patriots are exhausted from the emotional roller-coaster.
Exhausted and impatient. "C'mon! Let's do this already," is a tweet I often see. "Isn't the storm upon us yet!?! I'm sick of stashing away canned goods and bottled water."
Don't get me wrong: We all still support President Trump 150% but headlines come, headlines go. Tweets come, tweets go. Hopes are raised only to be dashed. Trump's inner circle swirls, sometimes supporting him, sometimes seeming to stab him in the back. Promises of "booms coming" fleet by while the the Swamp still appears to be footloose, fancy free and powerful, running thither and yon, passing bills, giving interviews, threatening lawsuits and ignoring subpoenas. It's maddening!
Through it all, the horrible, gnawing mystery hangs over the nation: Will Trump remain in the Presidency for four more years as the People want?
We know he won the election in a landslide. We know the Left blatantly cheated their a$$e$ off. We know he'll never quit until the Will of the People is carried out. We know he's going to have to win the election all over again via the Electoral College, the Supreme Court and/or the Military. It's the not knowing what will ultimately happen that is gnawing at us.
How can we keep our spirits high and our prayers winging Heavenward when our souls are so tired?
I suggest we take a leaf from the Left's book. After all, they've been fighting Trump for over four years and they're not tired of losing yet! C'mon! We can't let Them have more sticktoitiveness than us!
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!
"One if by land, and two if by sea;
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