Trump: the real battle

Donald Trump at a conservative gathering in 2011. Does he truly pass the test? It would appear so--for he is now the voice of the silent American majority. He at least stays grounded in the real world.
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When Donald J. Trump entered the presidential campaign in June of 2015, a new dimension in presidential politics emerged. Frustrated by political parties and career politicians, Americans of all kinds rallied around the man who spoke from his heart. He said things that made sense to them – things that they often spoke about in the privacy of their own homes. And while the media ridiculed his lack of political savvy, it only served to endear him more to the public. The average American didn’t much care about who he insulted. They just cared that this billionaire was more like them than all the other well-polished candidates combined. But there was more to Donald Trump’s appeal.

The real appeal of the Republican nominee cut through the well-crafted semantics that overshadow hidden agendas. His real appeal is visceral and spiritual in nature. Those that are puzzled by how his supporters continue to support him in spite of his gaffs, fail to realize that the people view him as their champion. As such, they don’t expect him to be flawless. They’ve had enough of the eloquent and the politically polished. They want a fighter. They see that fighting spirit in Trump. But there is still more.

Trump fights the real battle

Trump fights the real battle

While perceptually, spiritually, and viscerally We the People support him, there is a reason the establishment (or should I say the “global cabalists”?) have made him their target – and therein is where the true battle lines are drawn. Trump is a nationalist. He loves America and believes in her sovereignty. Not only does he want to make America great again, he wants to put her first: before the interests of world bankers or organizations such as the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bilderbergs, or the Trilateral Commission.

This not only makes him a political outsider, it makes him an unforgivable nationalist and an enemy in their eyes – eyes that control media, news outlets, and all branches of entertainment – not to mention a plethora of foundations too numerous and chameleon to list. To patriotic Americans, it makes him a hero. For those who want a nationalist president and not a globalist – Trump is their man.

Aside from the globalists’ lust for power, their agenda has a strong spiritual component. That component makes this election more than just an election for who will become the next president of the United States. This election is nothing short of a battle between good and evil. While Trump may seem like an unlikely champion for good, we must remember that we are all flawed sinners before a Holy God. In Trump’s case, his flaws are there for all the world to see. But he’s in good company – so were Sampson’s, King David’s, and King Solomon’s flaws evident. Yet God chose to use these flawed men for His purposes.

Globalism: enemy of faith

This belief is based on globalism from a biblical perspective. Globalism is why God destroyed the Tower of Babel, which was the first global government. Understanding the spiritual component of globalism is concerning. It means that Trump’s opposition is not bound by truth or moral principles. It has no qualms about lying, stealing, or even killing to achieve its objectives – nor does election fraud present a moral dilemma for it .

Therefore, if we wish to continue the reprieve from globalist plots that Brexit may have generated, we must do everything within our power to ensure the most honest election possible – with the anticipation that in spite of all of our efforts, the election will be rigged. However, with proper effort, we will have an argument to fall back on – starting with doing something simple like wearing red when casting your vote to having challengers at the polls, and possibly conducting exit polls.

Practical tactics

For the more committed, small teams of two can go to their local Boards of Elections and check the voter rolls against the obituaries. A group in NJ did just that and managed to purge literally tens of thousands of dead voters from the rolls – and to their surprise, the Board of Elections was happy to cooperate. Also, don’t believe the poll numbers. Anyone who can rig elections, can also rig polls. The polls will be the globalists biggest argument to support a rigged election. Obama has already sown those seeds.

To those that can donate, donate. To those that can make telephone calls, make telephone calls. And to those who are willing to knock on doors, knock on doors. But for the sake of God and country – do whatever you can do!

America hangs in the balance. We are literally fighting for our right to remain an independent nation. That fight will demand every God-fearing patriot to once again commit their time, their treasures, and their sacred honor. Together we must preserve what others fought, died, and sacrificed to hand down to us. May we prove worthy of their efforts. And may the God who made His face to shine upon them, shine upon us now in our hour of need.


A reprint from The Daily Rant, copyright 2016 Mychal Massie, with permission.

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RoseAnn Salanitri is a published author and Acquisition Editor for the New Jersey Family Policy Council. She is a community activist who has founded the Sussex County Tea Party in her home state and launched a recall movement against Senator Robert Menendez. RoseAnn is also the founder of Veritas Christian Academy, as well as co-founder of Creation Science Alive, and a national creation science speaker.

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