Tomorrow is Election Day. It’s your last chance to have a say in whether we continue President Trump’s policies (projecting strength in the world and prioritizing America’s interests over other nations’ in trade deals; securing the borders; deporting violent criminals; protecting Constitutional rights; and creating jobs, economic growth and rising wages) or we return to what we had for eight years (“leading from behind” and projecting weakness; open borders and “sanctuary cities;” treating the Constitution as an easily-ignored suggestion; trampling on the rights of people of faith; and having to work three part-time jobs to put food on the table.)
America has enjoyed an almost miraculous turnaround in the past two years, despite President Trump being hampered in every way possible, from groundless partisan “investigations” to political leaders trying to gin up violence against their opponents to an absolutely unhinged entertainment and news media churning out anti-Trump propaganda and ridicule 24/7. Yet here is what he’s managed to accomplish so far, even with all those hounds baying at him:
Even some of his biggest detractors on both the right and left have started to admit that they were wrong about Trump not intending to keep his campaign promises. He’s kept an astonishing number of them, and made major headway in his vow to “Make America Great Again.” Those he hasn’t kept were because he didn’t have the cooperation of Congress. Imagine what he’ll get from Congress if Democrats take over one or both Houses.
And a special reminder to faith voters: There are 90 million committed Christians registered to vote in the US. If they all voted, there is virtually no election they could not decide. Yet in 2012, when President Obama was reelected by about 5 million votes (and went on to target religious freedom rights in numerous ways), 25 million Christian registered voters didn't bother to go to the polls. If you don't vote, then you have no say in what happens to you, nor any room to complain about it. Remember, the Lord helps those who help themselves, and the #1 way you can help protect your rights and your values is to rise from the couch and go to the polls. And take at least three fellow Christians with you.