Election Eve, Monday, November 5th, in the year of our Lord 2018
By Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldView.com)
Trump: “It’s a Choice Between Jobs and Mobs!”
On Friday, President Donald Trump held a campaign rally in Columbia, Missouri
where he articulated his vision for the mid-term election tomorrow.
TRUMP: “This will be the election of Kavanaugh, the caravans, law and order, tax
cuts and common sense. (Applause) A Republican Congress means more jobs and
less crime. A Democrat Congress means more crime and less jobs. This election is
a choice between Republican results and radical resistance. It’s a choice between
greatness and gridlock. It’s a choice between jobs and mobs. And it’s a choice
between an economy that’s going strong and the Democrats who are going
Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity to Campaign for the GOP with Trump Tonight
In a rare appearance, conservative talk show hosts Rush Limbaugh and Sean
Hannity, both of whom are “strong advocates for the President’s America First
agenda,” will both join President Donald Trump for a rally tonight in Cape
Girardeau, Missouri, reports TheHill.com.
Political Prediction of Blue Wave in Doubt
Dave Wasserman, who is House editor of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report, tweeted Wednesday that their forecast was being updated, predicting that Democrats gain 30-40 seats, up from 25-35 seats, reports the Washington Examiner.
But take it with a grain of salt. It was the Cook Political Report which predicted in
2016 that Hillary Clinton would become president and that the Democrats would
pick up five to seven Senate seats.
Dr. James Dobson: The Difference Between Republicans and Democrats
If you haven’t voted yet, Dr. James Dobson, host of FamilyTalk, urged Christians to remember the distinct differences between the Republican Party and the Democratic Party.
Republicans supports religious liberty, traditional marriage between one man and one woman, the sanctity of human life, and fundamental parental rights. Democrats oppose all four issues.
Republicans oppose government-funded abortions, increased government-controlled healthcare and government-compelled speech over individual freedom of speech and/or free exercise of religion. Democrats support all three.
Republicans support voluntary prayer in public schools, school choice options, and nominations of federal judges who will provide an originalist interpretation of the U.S. Constitution. Democrats oppose all three.
Republicans oppose the homosexual/transgender agenda, restrictions on the right to bear arms and an activist Supreme Court. Democrats support all three.
James 4:17 says, “So whoever knows the right thing to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin.”
Oprah Winfrey Campaigns for Female, African-American Gubernatorial Candidate
In a rare campaign appearance, Oprah Winfrey endorsed Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, a woman who could become the first female, African-American governor in American history.
OPRAH: “I’m here today to support a change-maker. She’s a woman who dared to believe that she could change the state of Georgia. She’s bold and bodacious. She’s a Georgia warrior woman. Ladies and gentleman, Stacey Abrams.”
Abrams, a former Georgia House of Representatives minority leader, leads Georgia’s Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp 48.1 percent to 47.2 percent among likely voters, well within the 4-point margin of error in the Fox 5-Atlanta survey released Tuesday.
Fox News co-host Dagen McDowell said, “If [Oprah] can get folks to eat pizza with a cauliflower crust on it, she is going to get that woman elected the first black female governor.”
Michael Moore: Pope Said Capitalism Is a Sin
Michael Moore, the liberal filmmaker, recounted his visit with the pope two
weeks ago with “Late Night” host Seth Meyers.
MEYERS: “You met the pope. That must have been pretty cool.”
MOORE: “I went to the weekly audience, and then he asked to speak to me privately. It was an amazing moment. I asked him if I could ask him a question. And he said, ‘Yes.’
“And I said, ‘Do you believe that an economic system that benefits the few, the wealthy at the expense of the many is a sin?’ And he said to me, ‘Si’ in Italian. And I said, ‘So you believe capitalism, the kinda — the capitalism we have now is a sin?’ He goes, ‘Yes, it is.’ He said, ‘The poor must always come first.’
“And then he grabbed my hand and he said, ‘Please, pray for me.’ And I said, ‘I will.’”
Any reputable economist would take issue with Moore’s twisted definition of capitalism – that the few, the wealthy get rich at the expense of the many. Instead, capitalism, properly defined, is an economic and political system in which a country’s trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state.
Ann Coulter: 14th Amendment Doesn’t Apply to Children of Illegal Aliens
And finally, conservative columnist Ann Coulter, in a piece entitled “The True History of Millstone babies”, wrote “the Supreme Court has stated — repeatedly! — that the ‘main object’ of the citizenship clause of the 14th Amendment ‘was to settle the question … as to the citizenship of free negroes,’ making them ‘citizens of the United States and of the state in which they reside.’
“Of course, the president can end the citizenship of “anchor babies” by executive order — for the simple reason that no Supreme Court or U.S. Congress has ever conferred such a right.”
And that’s The World View in 5 Minutes on this Election Eve, Monday, November 5th in the year of our Lord 2018. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldView.com. I’m Adam McManus. Seize the day for Jesus Christ.
Trump to Pelosi: Don’t Threaten to Impeach Me
President Donald Trump said Thursday that House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s threat to weaponize committee subpoena power if Democrats win Congress is illegal and grounds for the administration to fight any subpoena all the way to the Supreme Court, reports the Washington Times.
While the president remained optimistic about Republicans retaining their House majority, he fumed about Pelosi’s subpoena threat should her party prevail in the midterm elections Tuesday.
Indiana Rabbi: “Those Who Love God, Hate Evil.”
A week ago Saturday, President Donald Trump invited Rabbi Benjamin Sendrow to pray at the Future Farmers of America convention last Saturday following the mass murder of 11 Jews in The Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
RABBI SENDROW: “Our Father in Heaven, our hearts are heavy today with sorrow. On this day, which from the beginning of time you declared to be holy, the sanctity of the day, the prayers, the praise was shattered by the sound of gunshots.
“We first pray that You should send complete healing speedily to the injured and send strength and comfort to the families of those who did not survive.
“We pray today for moral clarity. Let us not dismiss this as an act of insanity, but let us see it for what it is — an act of evil. As it is written in the Psalms, ‘Those who love God, hate evil.’ And this is a nation that loves its God and this is a nation that hates evil.
“May we continue, under the leadership of our president who works tirelessly to fight evil at home and around the world, may we join him in that fight. And may we always remember that the presence of a few evil people among us does not define this country.
“We are blessed to live in the greatest country on Earth. And for that we thank You. Amen.”
Psalm 97:10 says, “Let those who love the Lord hate evil.”