As the president prepares for his second term with initiatives on religious freedom, protecting life and peace in the Middle East and more, two forces are hindering his efforts.
One hindrance is the RINO, "Republicans in name only."
The name represents shameful Republicans who control the statehouses of Michigan, Arizona, Georgia and Pennsylvania. They are weak, compromised and facing the unabashed anger of the "forgotten men and women" who are sick and tired of their lack of principles. These forgotten Americans meet outside these RINO statehouses, calling upon them to stand up, to represent them.
Another hindrance is referred to as BINO, or "believers in name only." These comfortable, "church-on-Sunday and prophecy-on-Tuesday" people, who are much like the RINOs, have gone silent when the most pro-life, pro-Christian president ever needs them.
President Trump won by a landslide and needs them to be there for him, to have his back as he's had their backs. To the consternation of the president, just like the RINO, the BINO are suddenly unable to speak.
The BINO—in direct contrast to the antifa, Black Lives Matter and other radical groups in the process of taking over America with their passion, dedication and ability to remain on the streets at all times—seem to lack an understanding of the grave, life-or-death need for the "shining light on the hill."
America is facing the greatest existential crisis in its history.
Thankfully, there are a few believers like Kylie Jane Kremer, who, along with her mother, single-handedly organized the largest rally in the history of Washington, D.C., in October. On that Saturday, nearly 1.5 million people showed up to support the president.
Even now, the president and his supporters are on a nationwide bus tour, which will culminate with the "Make America Great Again," or MAGA, rally, at noon Saturday, Dec. 12, at Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C. Throughout the tour, supporters have been organizing events where witnesses can testify of the voter fraud that's attempting to steal the election.
The organized effort has caused such fear within the antifa and BLM groups that, as of today, social media platforms are shutting down claims of fraudulent voting. YouTube has now banned all reference to the massive fraud, almost making its platform an accomplice.
Before the Nov. 3 election, many of the BINO loudly supported the president. As of Nov. 4, they went completely silent, with only the beloved Mike Lindell, the "MyPillow man," and Steve Bannon left to unabashedly support the president when he needs people on the streets to bypass the media censorship that threatens to destroy America.
"For whoever is ashamed of Me and My words, of him will the Son of Man be ashamed when He comes in His own glory and in the glory of His Father and of the holy angels" (Luke 9:26).
"I believe the Left, if given a chance to be in power again, will oppress and persecute their opponents—especially conservative Christians—to such a degree that we might never recover," writes Stephen Strang, bestselling author of God, Trump and Donald Trump.
The RINO are under sustained attack by the 80 million forgotten men and women who gave the president a landslide victory. The BINO need to stand up for the president in a world where the media has been completely shut down.
People from both groups must show up at noon Saturday at Freedom Plaza to break the records again, creating the largest rally in history in Washington, D.C. Such a showing will let the world know that the "shining city on a hill"—the dream of a nation dedicated to the Lord Jesus Christ—will not be defeated.
Amir George is at Parler at Amirgeorge.. For information on upcoming rallies, go to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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