The day of decision is quickly approaching and America is in serious crisis!
- A national debt approaching 20 trillion dollars.
- A failing healthcare system thanks to Obamacare.
- Illegal immigrants responsible for over 30% of murders in many states and importing deadly third world diseases.
- The potential danger of increased Muslim immigration into the US.
- Violent racial riots in US cities: Ferguson, Baltimore, Charlotte and Milwaukee funded by George Soros.
- A mainstream media that continues to protect President Obama and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
- The most openly hostile administration toward Israel
- Massive corruption in every area of the Obama administration: Executive, Department of Justice, FBI, IRS, State Department.
- Rampant anti-Semitism on American college campuses
- Documented US voter fraud – here and here
With all the aforementioned in mind, in exactly three weeks US voters will be choosing between two of the most damaged candidates who have ever run for President of the United States. Both have checkered pasts and skeletons in their closets. Unfortunately, to the detriment of the voters, the media is only focusing on the shortcomings of Donald Trump while protecting Hillary Clinton.
In reality this election is not between two candidates, it is between two futures for America. A continuation of the present policies of Obama or perhaps a dramatic change of the status quo. As blogger, Ted Belman stated in his article, Why I am Still Voting for Trump,
Donald Trump is against political correctness, globalization, open-borders, unrestricted immigration, trashing the Constitution, crony capitalism and corruption. Hillary Clinton, the opposite. She wallows in the latter two.
Donald Trump wants to achieve “peace through strength” as President Reagan did. He wants to cancel the Iran Deal, support our friends and allies, stop the growing hegemony of Iran and defeat ISIS. Hillary Clinton, not so much.
Donald Trump names the enemy as “radical Islam” whereas Hillary Clinton refuses to do so. I, on the other hand, see Islam as the enemy. The adjective “radical” adds nothing. There is only one Islam and it is radical. Donald Trump wants to be free to be critical of Islam. Hillary Clinton wants to impose a gag order on criticism of Islam and even to make it a crime.
Donald Trump is a friend of Israel. He wants to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s undivided capital and to move the US Embassy there. He supports settlement construction and is open to alternate solutions to solve the conflict. Hillary Clinton supports the continuation of President Obama’s policies of freezing settlement construction and imposing the two-state solution on Israel along the 1949 ceasefire lines with a division of Jerusalem.
Back in 2008 I expressed great reservations about an Obama presidency because he was never vetted and had strong ties to very questionable individuals such as Rev. Jeremiah Wright and Rashid Khalidi. Today the media is giving Mrs. Clinton the same free pass despite a multitude of evidence proving her culpability while serving as Secretary of State.
Personally I sincerely doubt that America will survive a four-year presidency of Hillary Clinton. It will be past the point of no return. I foresee greater restrictions to freedom of speech and the right to bear arms. I also believe there will be greater persecution of people of faith who support the biblical view of marriage between one man and one woman and the right to life of the unborn.
Can Donald Trump make a difference? Perhaps. Ultimately America desperately needs a revival of faith and repentance toward God. We have seen the moral decline that has been the result of removing God from America’s schools and workplaces. The nation that was once a beacon of hope and light to the world, sadly is no more.
November 8 may very well be America’s last chance for survival.
If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land. – 2 Chr. 7:14