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Democrats ignore the economy, consistently the top issue among voters, at their own peril, the entirety of their messaging seems to be taking aim at half the country with their ‘MAGA Republicans’ demonization and focusing on abortion, an issue they are on the wrong side of as polling shows most Americans oppose elective abortion in the second and third trimesters.
We read the Christmas story to remember it’s not about the gifts, it's about the savior, and now, more than ever, I know that looking at my young little one … Christmas symbolizes that Jesus Christ, the savior of the universe, came down in the humblest of ways, in a manger, and came to die. And essentially, that's what it is. We have Christmas and it's joyous, but we know Easter is around the corner where He gave his life for all and saved the world in doing so.
It's easy to kind of settle in and say, these are the problems, but one young woman said to me, ‘we want optimism. We want to know when we do feel discouraged, where do we have cause for hope?’ So for me, that's looking at least [to] the political landscape to 2022, where I think Republicans will do quite well. And ultimately in a much bigger fashion, looking to Christ and knowing he's leading the way. So, you know, there is room for hope and optimism.
The radical left has taken symbols of national unity and turned them into divisive flash points, the left continues to attack the very symbols that unite us as a country. The good news, however, is that the American people are much wiser than the small number of far-leftists that seek to divide us.
Found on FOX News 2 years ago
We're commending the people who have put feelings aside and done what's for the betterment of the country and that's President Barack Obama, who put out a statement when this all was going on saying,' Look, we believe the vote represents the voice of the American people.' And Barack Obama has acted like a gracious, really hero in all of this, the way Barack Obama's accepted this and moved on.
The United States receives thousands of intelligence reports a day and they are subject to strict scrutiny. While the White House does not routinely comment on alleged intelligence or internal deliberations, the CIA Director, National Security Advisor, and the Chief of Staff can all confirm that neither the President nor the Vice President were briefed on the alleged Russian bounty intelligence, this does not speak to the merit of the alleged intelligence but to the inaccuracy of the New York Times story erroneously suggesting that President Trump was briefed on this matter. The reporting quickly became fodder for the 2020 presidential campaign. During a town hall Saturday, former Vice President Joe Biden brought up the shocking revelation that Trump reportedly knew of the bounties for months and slammed the president for doing worse than nothing. Not only has he failed to sanction or impose any kind of consequences on Russia for this egregious violation of international law, Donald Trump has continued his embarrassing campaign of deference and debasing himself before Vladimir Putin, Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, said. He has had this information according to the Times, and yet he offered to host Putin in the United States and sought to invite Russia to rejoin the G7. His entire presidency has been a gift to Putin. Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., questioned how Trump could hold an amicable relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin -- even welcoming him to a G-7 Summit in America -- while his regime was reportedly trying to kill Americans.
Found on FOX News 3 years ago
Jim Comey literally testified before Congress under oath that a New York Times story about Russian connections was false and in the main, not true, and the Russia reporting was false, and for two years, you've talked about Russia, and now you've moved on to recession -- all lies about this President.
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