In an interview yesterday, Laura Ingraham questioned whether the country is so “exhausted” by the constant political battle that “maybe it’s time to turn the page if we can get someone who has all Trump’s policies, who’s not Trump.” Ingraham seems to be tired of fighting and thinks the rest of the U.S. is as well, despite the widespread and vocal support of Donald Trump in the wake of the Mar-a-Lago raid.
The dates on the warrant for the Mar-a-Lago raid, released on Friday, show that FBI agents were allowed to seize essentially any presidential document created during the Trump administration. Only a corrupt judge would have approved this outrageously broad warrant against a former president. As part of the broad sweep, the FBI also took Donald Trump’s passports and other privileged documents that were outside the scope of the warrant, which now will be returned—something the mainstream media initially denied, without any evidence.
During an interview with Maria Bartiromo on Sunday, Devin Nunes pointed out that the people who were involved in Fast and Furious, Benghazi and other pre-Russiagate scandals are the same ones trying to frame Trump today. Also, Tucker Carlson presented an interesting thought experiment last night: If what has happened to Donald Trump in the last week happened to a former leader in some other nation, wouldn’t it be seen as a tyrannical act of crushing political dissent?
Society today is saturated with a pervasive spirit of surrender. Spiritually, we must never get tired of fighting! We must go on the offensive and attack the enemy, or we will be defeated. We can’t ever tire of resisting against our adversary the devil; instead, we must continually draw on the power and might of God to keep fighting. As Abraham Lincoln said during the Civil War, “Don’t give me excuses; give me victories!”