Pray Vote Pray: We are not “SO DONE”
Humor me as I discuss the election once more. Early on I suggested the necessity of Pray-Vote-Pray. And for many this last action has been dropped because we are told we should be sooooooo done. The Thanksgiving dinner should be an Election-Free-Zone.
The complexity of this election was solely orchestrated by the media perpetuating and instigating rumors, insinuations, and more. All to incite or waken the very base nature of our personalities while gaining justification to increase the price point for advertising. Furthermore, it all served to exhaust us of any initiative to pay attention afterwards. Not only on November 9th, but all the way through to cabinet and staff selection, electoral vote, and events on January 20th.
During the space between “ELECTION DAY” and the Electoral Vote we have been told to be so DONE. We are told by every avenue of media we are DONE. Paid rioters within hours of election results perpetuated the movement to say DONE. Rants by celebrities, theatrics by thespians, and even images of rampant bullying in play-yards, locker-rooms, and job sites all enforced the DONE movement.
The very people who were aware and affected in down-ballot election fraud, ironically many of them Trump supporters, have neglected any follow-through of those election results. No effective military action would suggest leaving all your ammunition and equipment after winning a battle, on the assumption you won the war. Such a presumptive, arrogant, foolish, and treasonous response would only provide your enemy with an invitation to thwart a complete cease-fire or undermine a win entirely.
A small but effective group of people have worked non-stop for over two years to lay the ground-work to challenge and force municipalities to clean up voter registration and follow through to combat voter fraud on election day. These efforts serve as re-enforcement to expose a calculated effort of not only a rigged election but an entire process. Oddly enough there was never a question, in the early hours of November 9th, of the state-by-state count of Electoral College votes. Instead a voter fraud effort exists solely as an argument, most likely with a lawsuit to be decided by a group of UN-ELECTED permanent court of nine, to rid the less populous states of their voice. Rid the nation of the Electoral College.
Let me repeat my concern: By ignoring the high stake of the Electoral College and the accompanying voter fraud we are blindly ignoring a contemptuous and highly manipulated argument to devoid the 2020 election of any possibility for individual citizens to elect a President. Instead only the people who are tied to the government (aka jobs or income) will select the President. A political class.
The recent expose of government employee salaries in the city of Santa Monica, details a very interesting argument of existence of a Political Class. City officials justified the disproportionate salaries, of a city with less than 100,000 people, as necessary because they want the employees to be able to live within a very expensive city. Meanwhile, long time residents revealed they had two-three jobs in order to continue living in Santa Monica. Similarly, in the area of Woodland Hills and Calabasas, as they work towards creating a very exclusive and expensive community by 2035.
California had FOUR MILLION votes yet to be counted a week after the election.
Media reports confirmed this as normal, but no one questioned this fact: the actual number of people who voted in 2016 was very close to 2012 and 2008. How could this be so? Early voting in a Los Angeles suburb with 1.7 million residents, the San Fernando Valley, had over five-hundred people standing in line AFTER one of four county early voting sites closed on November 5th.
Yet people who voted in person will vouch the polling sites were busy ALL DAY. If you wanted to throw an extra ONE or TWO million votes to make your argument to rid the Nation of the Electoral College which state(s) could you easily and effectively fulfill this agenda. WIth 22,356 precincts in California ( a maximum of 1000 voters per precinct by law) a minor effort of twenty invalid votes per precinct would provide 447,120 votes or conversely if you removed twenty ballots.
- How is it in California only one incumbent lost their seat, a Republican.
- How is it in Southern California the person on the street, the Hispanic restaurant employee, the sixty-year old naturalized citizen who had never voted, how is it all of these whispered I voted Trump AFTER the election.
- How is it California’s Dem vs Rep Presidential candidate actually had a marginal increase of 7% from 2008 elections. How is this possible?
Read these comments from Linda Payne of California’s Election Integrity:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE https://www.electionintegrityproject.com/
Serious voting irregularities being reported across California
Election Day, November 8, 2016 — Phones at Election Integrity Project are ringing off the hook today, with reports of voting irregularities at polling places throughout California. More than 5,000 trained volunteer observers have been deployed to witness the voting process widespread at precincts in almost every county in the state.
By 1 PM, the organization had received hundreds of incident reports, documenting the following types of activity:
• Voters allowed to drop off dozens of vote-by-mail ballots (obviously not from family members).
• Ballots being handed out to people standing in line, without proper check-in procedures.
• Ballots being filled out at community tables instead of in voting booths.
• Broken/non-functional vote-counting machines (especially in Los Angeles County); ballots and absentee ballots being thrown into non-secured boxes or stacking up on tables in public view.
• Voters learning that someone else has already voted in their name.
• Voters learning that someone they don’t know is registered at their address.
• Citizens finding out they’re not on the voting rolls, even though they’ve voted for many years and have not moved their residence.
The 2016 Presidential Election will remain a historical election, no matter the outcome of the Popular Vote and Electoral College. However, the intent of founding fathers in instituting a Republic is best summed up by Benjamin Franklin” “if you can keep it”. The point of electing a President every four years and members of the legislature every two – six years is not a summons to be complacent for 729 days. Rather it is to be diligent and hold our elected officials accountable, and not abdicate this diligence to the media. The last time I check most journalists are not in the habit of bringing to your attention the mandate of I Timothy 2:1-5
I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men;
For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty.
For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour;
Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth.
For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus;