On December 14th the electoral college cast its ballots for Joseph Biden as the next President of the United States. Trump’s lawyers continue to fight the decision in state courts and legislatures, but I believe their prospects of success are about equal to the chance of a snowball surviving in the nethermost regions of Hades.
Time is running out, and baring a miracle, the election is finally decided. The establishment is against Trump, The mainstream press is against him. The Supreme Court appears unwilling to intervene. Even many former supporters are urging Trump to accept what they believe is inevitable. I do not fault Guiilani, Powell and others for continuing the good fight. I admire their tenacity. More power to them, but I believe it is a hopeless enterprise
As we finally concede this Presidential race to Biden, I think we should reflect upon the words of the late Senator S.I. Hiyakawa. When speaking of how the United States seized land to build the Panama Canal, he said “After all, we stole it fair and square.”
As Joseph Biden moves into the White House, I believe his supporters can claim the same.
The Democrats stole the election fair and square because we, the American people, allowed our politicians and election officials to change rules and procedures in a way to make massive cheating possible. And the cheating happened. I have not the slightest doubt that Trump was the legitimate winner of the election. If you want proof, I will share what I know with you. But truth does not always prevail – at least not in the short term.
Over the next four years we patriots must hold the line against the leftist radicals who would forever change the character of our republic. A Republican Senate and the slim Democrat majority in the House will give us that chance. At the same time, we must revise and reform our election laws to minimize opportunities for fraud. We cannot allow this sort of thing to happen again.
And all the while, stand strong and pray for peace in our land.
And pray for our President. Lord, give him the wisdom and courage to do what is right.