Friday January 15, 2021 8:15 AM
An essay published on Wednesday in the Nation calls for Kamala Harris to avoid attending the presidential inauguration on January 20 so as to spare her life in the event of an “armed attack by a rabble of white people” aided by law enforcement compromised by “Trump sympathizers” and “white supremacists” within their ranks.
The essay, penned by the magazine’s justice correspondent Elie Mystal, is titled “I No Longer Trust Law Enforcement to Keep Biden and Harris Safe on Inauguration Day” with a caption reading “The siege of the Capitol revealed what most Black people already knew: Law enforcement is in league with Trumpism.”
Saturday January 16, 2021 7:57 AM
Between May 15, 2014 and Feb. 12, 2016, Burisma sent another 48 wires to Rosemont Seneca Bohai, totaling $3,489,490.78.283 Of the 48 transactions, 39 are described as “Consulting Services” and 39 of the 48 are in the amount of $83,333.33, with the last of the payments occurring on Feb. 12, 2016.284 Between June 5, 2014, and Oct. 5, 2015, Rosemont Seneca Bohai sent 38 wires totaling $701,979 to three of Hunter Biden’s bank accounts.285 These transfers may represent the final step in the flow of funds from Burisma to Rosemont Seneca Bohai to Biden during this period.- Page 67.
The thing that is upsetting is how many Christians have thrown in the towel and say there is absolutely no way to still win. Instead of us focusing on the “how’s” can’t we still believe that God can do a miracle on our behalf? I know in the natural it’s a long shot and looks impossible. But I have also seen many miracles in my life.
I mean what’s the point of praying if we don’t believe our prayers are even heard? Our prayers are not like our votes. Our prayers actually count! President Trump won in a landslide! We need to pray for justice and for the lies and false narrative of the deepstate and the enemy to be exposed in the name of Jesus!
A church without faith is a dead church. I’m not giving false hope, I am simply saying what we still can be praying and that God could still respond. I have faith. What’s the crime if He doesn’t answer this prayer? That we had too much faith?
If He decides not to answer, then so be it. I will still serve Him regardless! But I am going to #praythisthrough