This is a perfect case for it because this Biden family was engaging in the business of crime and their commodity – Joe’s public office. And Joe, you will see, shared in the proceeds which is clearly admitted by his co-conspirators.
Rudy Giuliani, Federal Crimes Uncovered in Biden Hard Drive, October 16, 2020 (about 4:25)
The initial part of the evidence covers dealings with foreign interests in Iraq, Russia, Ukraine and China. Listen to the details for yourself. Giuliani states his case very well.
Can one trust Joe Biden to drain the American swamp? Why would he want to? Even if he wanted to, how far could he get being compromised by these foreign interests?
The irrational opposition and hatred that we have all seen thrown at Donald Trump over the past four years is evidence that some very influential people in the swamp know that they can not corrupt Trump. So they have to persistently and repeatedly slander him and sabotage the country hoping that by doing so they can prevent Trump from being re-elected.
They know that Trump is the type of person who would not only be motivated to drain their precious swamp, but he is also the person with the precise personality traits needed to actually do it.
Also linked to Trent P. McDonald’s The Weekly Smile. There is no news on the 3x+1 problem, but the forest preserves have been beautiful. Many, many smiles watching the leaves change and drop in the wind and rain. I think I will go back again today right after posting this.
14 If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
Peter Warren sang some verses from this song at the end of his guest sermon at Calvary Chapel Miami Beach on September 13th, “The Battle Behind the Battle”. He is the author of When the Shooting Stops: Where is God When We Suffer?
I am a registered Democrat in Miami Beach, Florida. I recently mailed in my absentee ballot which has been received and counted. I voted for the President, Donald Trump. The entire process from mailing me the ballot to having it recorded as counted took 14 days.
At The Return a message from President Trump was read expressing his stand for America. I thank God for the protection and leadership that President Trump has provided, and will provide over the next four years, as President of the United States of America.
I offer a prayer of gratitude for Donald Trump’s swift recovery from COVID-19. I also pray for the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett as the next U.S. Supreme Court Justice.
The recent email evidence, confirming what many have suspected, that Hunter Biden enriched his family by providing foreign interests access to his father then Vice-President Joe Biden is one of the main reasons not to vote for Democratic candidates during this election.
There are other reasons, but this should be enough for any American who claims to have any sense of loyalty to the United States. This swamp is deep and wide. And it’s putrid. Joe Biden isn’t the only one in it. Nor will the Democratic Party drain it.
Here is a summary of the crisis from Tucker Carlson:
As disclosure, I am a registered Democrat in Miami Beach, Florida. I have already voted in an absentee ballot for Donald Trump. I also made sure I did not vote for any Democrat on that ballot. I don’t trust any of these candidates.
While raking leaves Bill thought back to the farm his parents had with asparagus, pickles, pumpkins, corn, hay and soybeans. The chores back then were not so bad. He hoed corn from the beans and stacked baled hay. There was the busy time of harvesting, but harvesting had to be done.
The worst were those chickens. He’d reach his hand under a sitting hen to gather eggs only to have it pecked. Sometimes he’d shoo them off the nest. Sometimes they wouldn’t go.
He wouldn’t want some hen doing that to him, but he had to get those eggs.
Ignore the pain. I do not miss
The pleasure out there tempting me.
Such blindness! How I failed to see
That there's a whole world more than this
With righteousness that brings pure bliss.
Manipulators walk around
With advertisements safe and sound.
Beware their busted sugar rush
Deceiving while our morals blush.
It sinks like dust on lifeless ground.
Linked to Ronovan Writes Décima Poetry Challenge where the rhyme word “bliss” is to be used in one of the A lines of a décima having rhyme scheme ABBAACCDDC.
The field was wide, but the path was narrow avoiding the mines. We could sense the shadow of death through the destroyed tanks on each side of us, but this was the only way to get there. Others depended on us and we depended on them to make the right decisions.
We made it through the field before sunset. Thanks to those who came before us and to those who came with us, we all did.
During the battle that continued for three more weeks, and long after that, I was not the only one who felt joy that in spite of being broken we were still found worthy to serve.
Linked to Six Sentence Stories where Denise offers the prompt word “field” for these stories of six sentences.
One of my micro-stories, “Door”, was published in Whispers and Echoes‘ Tiny Terrors theme. I am grateful to the editor Sammi Cox for selecting it.
I’ve been puzzled over the past four years why the Democratic Party has overplayed its hand demonizing President Trump. If you take into account their deceitful impeachment, their slandering through fake news of Trump and his administration, who, by the way, handled the coronavirus very well, and their toxic self-righteousness in the BLM rioting, I don’t see how anyone could shamelessly vote for a Democrat for any office. With their current top candidate most likely compromised by the Chinese Communist Party, and so unable to effectively stand for America, one could say that it would be outright unpatriotic to vote for them.
Green is fading from the leaves.
Yellows, reds surround the trees.
They seem to know that winter nears
Approaching it with trust, not fears.
Linked to Cosmic Photo Challenge where Dale offers the theme of “if you go down in the woods today”. These photos were from Friday in Sunset Ridge Woods Forest Preserve.
Also linked to Trent P. McDonald’s The Weekly Smile. I did nothing this past week with the 3x+1 problem. I don’t know if that is something worth a smile, but it did make me smile. The changing forest preserve was clearly worth a smile. I took so many photos yesterday, I used up the battery on my phone. Perhaps that was a sign that I took enough of them. It amazes me that the trees know winter is coming.