Was it coincidence? When he obeyed the biblical admonition to bless Israel with friendly cooperation and negotiated peace agreements with Arab states, our country was blessed with reasonable taxes, relaxed regulations, and full employment. We achieved energy independence. We prospered.

President Donald Trump values human life from conception. He recognizes but one race, human. He controlled our borders. He led an extraordinarily rapid development of vaccines. He correctly predicted that the human cost of a COVID-19 shutdown would outweigh the benefits. Principled, yet unpredictable, he is rightly feared and respected by our enemies, foreign and domestic.

In President Joe Biden, we see a cognitively failing puppet of the political left, easily played by foreign despots. He presides over a party of race-baiters who seek to divide us by skin color. It’s the party of immorality that encourages homosexual behavior and gender confusion. It’s the party that calls the abortion of innocents good and justified capital punishment evil. It’s the party of false accusations, transparent lies, and political-show trials. It’s the party of lawlessness, who look away while their cities burn. It’s the party of meaningless borders and indifference to human misery, who anticipate that illegals will become wards of the state and Democratic voters. It’s the party that seeks to institutionalize election fraud. It’s the party traumatized by natural climate variation, who worship and serve the creation, and who ignore the creator. It’s the party that sent pallets of cash to Iran, a terrorist nation committed to the destruction of Israel.

We just handed Democrats the keys to the kingdom. What an unnecessary, destructive mess.

Wayne C. Anderson

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