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Excerpted from Fairfax Free Citizen
Listening to the media, one would believe that chaos rules the land. While there is turmoil, the vast majority of Americans go about their daily affairs unencumbered and seemingly unaffected by current events. Truth is, we are all affected by the anger, the turmoil, and the activities of those on the lunatic fringe.
The obvious questions, “What can be done?” and “Who is going to do it?”, need to be addressed by responsible people if order has any chance of being restored. Continued silence by the majority will only lead to more chaos.
America is in serious trouble. Donald Trump and millions of other Americans know it as well. Voters did their part. Donald Trump is doing his. Shame on those who are not doing theirs. The president is a man alone trying against what seems to be insurmountable odds to restore the greatness of America. He is not alone.
Divine intervention has once again manifested itself in the affairs of men in the last, best hope for freedom in this world. Nature’s God has not yet abandoned what He created. It is time for all to get busy restoring original intent of the founders of this great nation.
Politicians are temporary nuisances dedicated to personal objectives. Freedom is eternal, a gift of the Creator and fragile when left in the care of selfish men.
The president needs help. That help should be coming from the Republican Party and Democrats with a conscience if there are any Democrats with a conscience.
The lunatic fringe is a small minority that should be renounced by all politicians who are not lunatics themselves, ditto for those in the print and electronic media.
The attacks on America are unwarranted but not unprecedented. From their positions of influence, pastors, priests, and rabbis should be calling out the anti-God, anti-American satanic demons doing their master’s work.
Joining clergymen should be millions of voters who reject the wiles of the Prince of Darkness and his attempt to destroy our nation. Defense of righteousness, morality, and law is a noble calling. Life is short. Eternity is forever. In the great beyond, each of us will be called to account for our actions or lack thereof. Let no one be caught short in his duty to God, His creation, or His intent that men live in constant thankfulness for His mercy and His gifts of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.