Proverbs 28:4 – “They that forsake the law praise the wicked: but such as keep the law contend with them.”
The bias nature of news reporters, anchors and networks has become so obvious it is time for the American public to dismiss the polls and take with a grain of salt their effort to sway and conform public opinion to the narrative they would have us believe the majority of Americans share.
I am weary of imbecilic politicians, including the self-identified conservatives, telling us that Donald Trump’s call for a temporary ban on Muslim immigration is unconstitutional. I have no interest in endorsing a candidate and am not a constitutional lawyer; however, there is nowhere in the United States Constitution that it states we have to give up our sovereignty as a nation and do not have the right to secure our borders and determine who can come into our country.
Newscasters and politicians cite the fears and anxieties that are festering in American society; however, the problem is not a perceived threat, but a very real one. We, the American people, do not trust our leaders to put national interests above petty partisan politics. We do not want our sons and daughters to fight an enemy when our leaders are either too naive or gutless to even name the adversary.
Proverbs 29:2 – “When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn.”
Mr. President, Mr. Senator, and Mr. Representative–you have not earned our trust; instead, you have betrayed the national trust and us. You have failed to put the defense of our nation first. You have refused to address the reality that you, our elected leaders, allowed enemies of our nation to imbed themselves into our cities and communities and the security and peace of our loved ones is threatened.
Let’s stop blaming inanimate firearms that cannot take a life and affix the blame for bloodshed and lives lost on the politicians and journalistic hacks that have failed us.
Proverbs 28:1 – “The wicked flee when no man pursueth: but the righteous are bold as a lion.”
Copyright 2015 – Travis D. Smith