It’s certainly a strange time in American politics.
The COVID pandemic is so horrible that Democrat lawmakers have shut down businesses, ruined lives, kept kids from school, and forced healthy people to wear masks.
But Democrats like Nancy Pelosi don’t have to follow these rules. She’s not just essential, she’s special. In September Nancy Pelosi was caught getting a blow out at her San Francisco hair salon.
Then yesterday, in her desirous effort to maintain the Speaker’s gavel, Pelosi dragged Rep. Gwen Moore out of quarantine to vote for her as the House leader despite Moore having TESTED POSITIVE for the coronavirus just 6 days ago.
Pelosi needed her vote for speakership so Democrats decided to temporarily break the quarantine.
So much for safeguards against the pandemic.
And then there’s this: quite a few prominent Republicans have been dropping dead lately.
On December 29th, congressman-elect Luke Letlow of Louisiana died as a result of “complications” from COVID-19. Luke was in good shape, 41, and died from “complications” of Covid-19, just days before he was set to be sworn into office. Letlow, a Republican, was elected to represent Louisiana’s 5th Congressional District in a runoff this month.
The 60-year-old Republican died of COVID-19 “complications.”
On January 2nd, Pennsylvania House Republican Caucus chairman Mike Reese suddenly died from “an apparent brain aneurysm”
He was was said to be in great health and an avid outdoorsman. Reese was only 42 years old, and he was one of the most important members of the Pennsylvania General Assembly.
Dick Foley, a former state representative from Oxford who served as chairman of the Connecticut Republican Party and was an adviser to several governors and would-be governors, died Saturday at his home. He was 71.
Of course, a few days ago I reported on the Kelly Loeffler staffer/former David Perdue intern/boyfriend to the Georgia governor’s daughter who was killed in that bizarre car crash which resembled an ISIS car bomb.
And then there’s Jovan Pulitzer, the man who has the ability to determine the validity of millions of ballots in a day. He and members of his team have been shot at! Pulitzer spoke last week in Georgia and offered to review the absentee ballots in Fulton county for free. He said he could go through the 500,000 or so absentee ballots in the Atlanta based county in a couple hours and determine which ones are valid and which ones are frauds. Last Wednesday, the Georgia Senate passed a motion to have Pulitzer and his team go through the ballots there. One of Pulitzer’s team member’s took five shots through his house in a drive-by, right next to his daughter’s window.
Much of what I’ve described is an illustration of the Devil himself caught in a corner. The Bible makes it clear that often when about to lose, Satan gets vile. Just look what happened when King Herod discovered that a child who would be King (Messiah Jesus) was born in Bethlehem:
Then when Herod saw that he had been tricked by the magi, he became very enraged, and sent and slew all the male children who were in Bethlehem and all its vicinity, from two years old and under, according to the time which he had determined from the magi (Matthew 2:16).
I’m not sure exactly what happened to those representatives who suddenly died of late, but I do know dirty deeds occur in politics. I see all of this chaos and tragedy as Satan lashing out because he’s about to lose a big battle.
Given that this is such a monumental week, please take a moment to pray with me.
Lord, please protect the men and women who are fighting for justice. Supernaturally place a hedge of protection around them; and of course that includes President Trump. Give wisdom to those who are working hard to see the truth of this election fraud revealed–wisdom beyond their years and ability. And I pray that there are some–perhaps many–who have opposed this process of electoral discovery to suddenly switch sides and acknowledge the truth. Father, may the votes of millions not be stolen. Give the USA another chance to be a light to the nations.
In the Savior’s Name. Amen.