The left seems to put great effort into spitting in the face of God. They do this by promoting and defending abortions and same sex marriages, or by persuading children that they can choose to change their sex by mutilating their bodies. They also try to make us believe that they, not God, control the earth’s climate.
Left-wing elites also seem to consider themselves more powerful than God. They actively oppose many of our important God-given rights, including free speech and religious liberty, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, and parental school choice. This is especially true in their dealings with black Americans.
Marxist liberals seem convinced that blacks cannot think or provide for themselves and need masters to rule and feed them. In their aristocratic arrogance they seem to believe their "instruction" and "social benevolence" can best improve the condition of black people instead of giving them liberty.
Their confidence in such control of black Americans was evident when then-presidential candidate Joe Biden condescendingly stated, during his May 2020 interview with black radio host Charlamagne tha God, “If you have a problem figuring out if you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”
Our nation was primarily founded to secure the God-given freedom and rights of all Americans, and pass those blessings of liberty on to future generations. Our nation’s founders believed their first duty was to follow the limits they placed on government power through the U.S. Constitution.
America’s greatest liberty messenger, Frederick Douglass, who taught himself to read and write against the will of his master, became our nation’s foremost thinker, speaker, and writer in U.S. history on liberty and human rights.
Douglass read and studied our founding documents and the notes from the U.S. constitutional convention, making sure he understood our founders. He agreed with the founders’ arguments, a fact which “triggers” and angers those on the Marxist left who are unable to counter Douglass’ admiration for the founders and our Constitution, and they never will.
There is no perfect political party. Both the Republican and Democratic parties have room for improvement. That is why we should agitate all parties to make the pain and plight of the poor and working poor a priority. They must sponsor legislation that values the most vulnerable in society, elevating the poor by ensuring equal access to a decent education and employment and entrepreneurship opportunities. When the most vulnerable and the least of these are empowered, all of us will be elevated.
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