“If the world hate you, know ye, that it hath hated me before you.” –Jesus Christ (John 15:18)
When I found out a few days ago that Vice President Mike Pence had asked that Louie Gohmert’s lawsuit (to give Pence special powers to reject the fraudulent election results) be thrown out, I heard some variation in my head of “Et tu, Brute?” If there’s one thing I learned this year, it’s that many of the people I used to trust and admire are thorough shams when it comes right down to it, but even so, I keep experiencing surprise when yet another “pillar” of populist liberalism (it is time we “conservatives” took the title “liberal” back for ourselves) in America succumbs to Marxist pressure. There is still some hope that Pence may rally at the last moment (although not much—apparently Pence isn’t expected by Sen. Grassley—who, at 87 years old, is hardly the ideal candidate as Pence’s replacement for a tough fight—at the vote certification), but even Trump seems (with reason) unsure now. I don’t blame him. When even the man’s Vice President stabs him in the back, it becomes almost impossible to believe that there is anyone on whom Trump can rely. He stands alone.
Now, in one sense, he is not alone. A large part of the American people are solidly behind Trump—in fact, I cannot remember the last time I was so proud of we, the American people. Despite the avalanche of lies, accusations, charades, attacks, and so on from the media, the Democrats, and Big everything, we were not fooled. Not only were we not fooled, but we’re also openly stating it. The massive rallies, parades, and other shows of support for Trump across the country are a slap in the face of the elites who think they control the minds of the entire American people. And there are journalists and lawyers and many other individuals, like Steve Bannon, Dennis Prager, Lin Wood, and Sidney Powell, who are behind Trump. Some congressmen and senators even finally committed themselves (although how far they are willing to go, and how sincere they are about this fight, is highly questionable).
But when it comes to the biggest “power players,” as it were, practically everyone has deserted Trump. The American people elected Trump in a landslide, but the elites never intended to let the American people choose their leader. Some lawyers, legislators, and journalists are fighting for Trump, but the state supreme courts, state legislatures, and US Supreme Court (with five so-called “conservative” justices and three Trump appointees) seem far more interested in returning to what they perceive to be “status quo” than in what is constitutional or just. VP Pence rejected an excellent opportunity of trying to overturn this blatantly fraudulent election. Have we truly come to the point where a few oligarchs can override the overwhelming will of American voters?
We must pray not. Trump has promised to “fight like hell” to retain the presidency, and such a great man deserves the most loyal and open support we can give him. As all his friends run away from the danger and pressure, let us prove that we, at least, are not cowards, as Trump is not a coward. We must do all that we can to put pressure on those who still have power to set this grave injustice right. Gateway Pundit has provided this link which will send messages to all the important congressmen, the VP, etc. who will be responsible for challenging the election on January 6—with only one signature on your part. Call or write congressmen, senators, and the VP individually, encourage others to take action on social media, or attend a Trump rally. We can’t let the Marxists crush the American spirit. We are a nation of fighters. No matter how many times they try to strike us down, we will rise again. Whatever happens on January 6, we must remember that. As the great Abraham Lincoln said, “As a nation of freemen, we must live through all time, or die by suicide.” Let us resolve that, regardless of our elected officials, we shall not die by suicide, and we shall do everything we can to try and ensure that Trump will not have fought in vain.