While a segment of the patriot community are thrilled to hear the announcement of presidential candidacy from President Trump last night, others are disappointed and upset. Given the hype leading up to the Mar-a-Lago event, many were expecting something more definitive concerning his unseen role in the war against the Deep State. Even Trump himself seemed somber and somewhat disheartened as he gave his speech. Though far from a concession of 2020, his demeanor and language seem to reveal other considerations that may have gone into this announcement.
Watch my (40 min) video below as I share some observations and possible interpretation of this event that goes counter to the mainstream narrative. Remember, optics are a powerful tool in this Information War and we can’t assume anything.
And for those looking for other perspectives, take the time to read the hundreds of comments – not only on this video – but all my other videos on YouTube. For those who prefer Rumble, CLICK HERE for the video on my Rumble channel. (Subscribe to either channel if you want to get first access to the videos I post!)
Join me on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17 at 4:40 p.m. (EST) for a radio interview on The Chris Ayotte Show. This will be live on WMUZ (103.5 FM) from Detroit, Michigan.
No doubt he’ll be asking me questions about the midterms and President Trump’s announcement, in addition to other issues facing the church during this season.
2 Peter 2:9-10a
“If this is so, then the Lord knows how to rescue the godly from trials and to hold the unrighteous for punishment on the day of judgment. This is especially true of those who follow the corrupt desire of the flesh and despise authority.”
(Prayer) You say You will deliver the godly from trials and rescue them from their distress. Thank You for the plans You made ahead of time to redeem Your own. I will not give in to any idea that the wicked will win or that their destruction will last. You have already determined their judgment. Thank You for Your sovereign plan that assures us our victory and our validation. (From WORDS TO PRAY BY)