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Political Theology – 20210114

Political Theology – 20210114

As this equation was coming together in my mind, I saw parts and pieces scattered amongst a sea of people, who picked these raw materials up. Working together, they began to build. The items each person brought, became tools in their hands for some, but for others became parts for structures or machinery, and in some cases, even art. They came forward and gathered above  those corn rows, atop that great platform. And emblazoned across the front of that platform, I could see the word, “MAGA,” glowing brightly like neon. The people on the platform were those who would Make American Great Again; the workers, inventors, builders, parents raising children, and teachers, all these with Scriptures in hand which were, for each of them, a word or directive from God. I could see the countenance and determination on their faces; that they were strong,willing, and ready for the harvest. The Kid by the side of the road 

 

 

 

 

Return to the Republic; Ends of the US Incorporated

Return to the Republic; Ends of the US incorporated

We have never lived in a time when the whole world has been censored from seeking the truth. When Censorship  occurs we know truth  is being hidden from the masses.

In the coming days, weeks and months we will be receiving  information that may be seem unbelievable. Use your God Given Gift of discernment to assist you in determine the value.  We have to remember the world we have been living is and was not as it seemed and the physical and metaphysical worlds are inseparable.   Take what resonates with you and let the rest drop away. Much is going to be revealed that is why we are getting small doses at a time. The truth is being revealed. Keep an open heart and mind.  See the source image

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Trump Committed to Challenging Election Beyond Joint Session on Jan. 6

Not so Fast Mitch

Trump Committed to Challenging Election Beyond Joint Session on Jan. 6

January 5, 2021 Updated: January 5, 2021

President Donald Trump intends to continue pursuing challenges to the outcome of the 2020 election in as many as eight states regardless of the result of the joint session of Congress on Jan. 6, when lawmakers will vet and count Electoral College votes.

During a Jan. 4 rally at an airfield in Dalton, Georgia, the president told a crowd of thousands of supporters to expect more news about the challenges to the election over the next two weeks.

“You watch what happens over the next couple of weeks. You watch what’s going to come out. Watch what’s going to be revealed,” the president said.

“That was a rigged election, but we’re still fighting it and you’ll see what’s going to happen.

“You can lose and that’s acceptable. You lose, you lose … but when you win in a landslide and they steal it and it’s rigged, it’s not acceptable.”

Trump later said he’ll be in Georgia to campaign against Republican Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger “in about a year and a half,” which suggests that the president views the post-election challenge as a long-term battle. Kemp and Raffensperger, who certified former Vice President Joe Biden as the winner of the election in the Peach State, both have been largely uncooperative with Trump’s requests to audit the election.

Most recently, they objected to a signature audit in Fulton County, the state’s most populous county, according to Trump.

The president was in Georgia to drum up support for Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Senate candidate David Perdue for the runoff election set to conclude on Jan. 5. While Loeffler and Perdue have both committed to objecting to slates of Biden electors from disputed states during the joint congressional session on Jan. 6, it’s unclear if either will participate, since the results of the runoff elections may not be known for days.

The importance of the joint session has continued to grow as dozens of lawsuits by Trump’s legal team and a handful of third parties have been dismissed by courts in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Nevada. Only a handful of the cases featured evidentiary hearings, while the vast majority were dismissed on procedural grounds.

Trump added a layer of significance to the events on Jan. 6 by issuing an unprecedented call for supporters to descend on Washington that day for a “big” and “wild” protest. Some of the organizers believe the event may turn into the biggest Trump rally in history.

More than 100 members of the U.S. House of Representatives have committed to objecting to slates of Biden electors on Jan. 6, according to White House chief of staff Mark Meadows. At least 74 have done so publicly, according to a tally by The Epoch Times. A group of 13 senators has committed to adding their names to the objections.

The objection plan appears to have split the GOP, with 27 Republicans in the Senate and at least 10 Republicans in the House opposing the idea.

An objection to each slate of electors will trigger two hours of debate followed by a vote by each chamber on which slate should be counted. Republican electors in seven states have sent procedural electoral votes to Congress. Democrats have the majority in the House and enough Republican support in the Senate to certify the Biden electors.

‘I Hope Mike Pence Comes Through for Us’

Vice President Mike Pence, in his capacity as the president of the Senate, will lead the joint session set to begin at 1 p.m. on Jan. 6. While the Electoral Count Act restricts Pence’s role to the opening of the envelopes containing the Electoral College votes, some experts argue Pence has more options because the act could be unconstitutional.

Fellow Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) attempted to force a court to clarify Pence’s role by suing the vice president. The lawsuit was tossed, and Pence’s options remain unclear.

“The Vice President has the power to reject fraudulently chosen electors,” Trump wrote on Twitter on Jan. 5.

“I hope Mike Pence comes through for us,” Trump said at the rally in Georgia the night before. “If he doesn’t come through, I won’t like him quite as much. No, Mike is a great guy. He’s a wonderful man and a smart man and a man that I like a lot. But he’s going to have a lot to say about it. You know one thing with him: you’re going to get straight shots. He’s going to call it straight.”

Pence has spent hours huddling with Trump, staff, and the Senate parliamentarian ahead of the Jan. 6 proceedings. People close to the vice president have stressed his respect for institutions and said they expect him to act in accordance with the law and follow the Constitution.

David McIntosh, president of the conservative Club for Growth and a friend of Pence, told The Associated Press: “I think he will approach this as a constitutionalist, basically, and say, ‘What’s my role in the Constitution as president of the Senate?’

“What he’ll do is allow anybody who is going to move to object to be heard, but then abide by what the majority of the Senate makes the outcome.”

Pence was in Georgia on Jan. 4 campaigning for Loeffler and Perdue. In a speech at Rock Springs Church in Milner, the vice president told the crowd that “we’ll have our day in Congress.” The vice president subsequently made an extensive appeal to faith, suggesting that he doesn’t view himself as being in a position to take an election-altering stand on Jan. 6.

“Even when things don’t seem like they’re going the way we expected, they’re going the way He expected,” Pence said, urging the audience to pray.

‘He’s Just Such a Fighter’

Trump supporters who attended the rally in Dalton, Georgia, appreciated Trump’s relentless push to challenge the election results.

“I think he’s just such a fighter,” Amy Hicks, a homemaker from Muscle Shoals, Alabama, told The Epoch Times. “While most Republican candidates, if they lost they wouldn’t fight for it, he’s not the typical person or politician, and he never has been in his four years in office.

“If they certify [Biden] tomorrow, Trump, I don’t think he’ll ever concede. He’ll just move on.”

Thousands of supporters walked for half an hour on a pitch dark rural road from the police checkpoint to the rally on the airfield at the Dalton Municipal Airport. The crowd broke into chants of “Four more years,” “Fight for Trump,” and “Stop the steal” throughout the president’s speech, suggesting that his supporters view the election as a done deal.

“It’s within his right to fight as long and hard as he can, based on our Constitution,” Glen Ruggiero, of Canton, Georgia, told The Epoch Times. “To just give up because you don’t want to divide a country, we’re already divided. To give up because you want a smooth transition, they can make a transition anytime.

“As long as he is following what’s been provided for him within the constitution from our founding fathers, I believe he should fight to the very end.”

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Dr Corsi NEWS 01-02-21: The Strategy for Pelosi to Lose Her Job as Speaker of the House

Dr Corsi NEWS 01-02-21: The Strategy for Pelosi to Lose Her Job as Speaker of the House

 

Vice President Mike Pence in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, on Nov. 13, 2020. (Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images)

Pence Welcomes Efforts by Lawmakers to Object to Electoral College Votes on Jan. 6: Report

January 2, 2021 Updated: January 2, 2021

Vice President Mike Pence said he welcomes efforts by lawmakers to challenge Electoral College results in the upcoming congressional joint session on Jan. 6, when the votes are formally counted, according to a statement sent by his chief of staff to reporters.

Vice President Chief of Staff Marc Short issued the statement on Saturday saying that Pence, who will be presiding over the Jan. 6 session as president of the senate, is open to considering planned objections by Republican House members and senators to Electoral College votes cast for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

Short added that the vice president also welcomes efforts by lawmakers to present evidence of election irregularities and alleged voter fraud before Congress during that session.

“Vice President Pence shares the concerns of millions of Americans about voter fraud and irregularities in the last election,” Short said in the statement sent to media outlets.

This comes after a group of 11 Republican senators announced their intention to challenge the electoral college votes from contested states earlier on Saturday. The group, led by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), said the 2020 election “featured unprecedented allegations of voter fraud, violations, and lax enforcement of election law, and other voting irregularities.”

The allegations of fraud and irregularities in the 2020 election “exceed any in our lifetimes,” they said, adding that this “deep distrust” of U.S. democratic processes “will not magically disappear” and “should concern us all,” whether or not elected officials or journalist believe the allegations.

“It poses an ongoing threat to the legitimacy of any subsequent administrations,” the senators wrote in their statement, while calling on Congress to appoint an electoral commission to conduct an emergency 10-day audit of the election results.

They added that they intend to object to the votes unless and until the emergency 10-day audit is completed.

The group includes Sens. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), James Lankford (R-Okla.), Steve Daines (R-Mont.), John Kennedy (R-La.), Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), and Mike Braun (R-Ind.). Meanwhile, Sens.-elect Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.), Roger Marshall (R-Kan.), Bill Hagerty (R-Tenn.), and Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) also plan on joining. They’ll be sworn in on Sunday, several days before the joint session.

Their announcement means 12 senators intend to object to the contested electoral votes on Jan. 6.

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) was the first senator to announce his plans to object earlier this week. Forty House members plan on objecting to electoral votes, according to a tally by The Epoch Times.

Objections during the joint session must be made in writing by at least one House member and one senator. If the objection for any state meets this requirements, the joint session pauses and each house withdraws to its own chamber to debate the question for a maximum of two hours. The House and the Senate then vote separately to accept or reject the objection, which requires a majority vote from both chambers.

If both candidates receive less than 270 electoral votes on Jan. 6, then a contingent election is triggered in which each state’s delegation in the U.S. House of Representatives casts one en bloc vote to determine the president, while the vice president is decided by a vote in the U.S. Senate.

Democrats and several Republican senators have opposed the plans to challenge the electoral college results. Republican Sens. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) issued statements on Saturday to reaffirm their support that they would back the electoral college votes that were cast for Biden.

Similarly, Senate Democrats rebuked efforts by their Republican colleagues.

“Joe Biden will be inaugurated on January 20th, and no publicity stunt will change that,” Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) said in a statement.

“This pathetic, opportunistic stunt is an attack on our democracy. It’s un-American & unconscionable. Votes have been counted, recounted, certified, & all challenges totally discredited. Time to govern & get things done,” Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) said in a separate statement.

The Republican senators acknowledged in their statement on Saturday that they expect Democrats and a few Republicans to vote against them but they added that “support for election integrity should not be a partisan issue.”

“A fair and credible audit-conducted expeditiously and completed well before January 20 would dramatically improve Americans’ faith in our electoral process and would significantly enhance the legitimacy of whoever becomes our next President. We owe that to the People,” the Republican senators said.

This comes after many President Donald Trump allies called on Pence to reject electoral votes from disputed states. A judge on Friday rejected a lawsuit filed by Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) and other Republicans against Pence requesting that the court grant the vice president “the exclusive authority and sole discretion in determining which electoral votes to count for a given State” on Jan. 6.

Zachary Stieber contributed to this report.

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Eric Swalwell and the Chinese Spy

Eric Swalwell and the Chinese Spy

Rep. Chris Stewart: Chinese Spies Targeted Multiple Members of Congress

December 15, 2020 Updated: December 15, 2020

Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah) revealed on Tuesday that Chinese Communist Party (CCP) spies targeted several members of Congress—other than Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.), who was the subject of reports that he was compromised by a Chinese spy.

“We know that members of Congress, especially those who serve in very sensitive positions are targeted. That’s just a matter of course that we know that from our own experience, and that shouldn’t surprise anyone,” Stewart told Fox News. “We know the Chinese Communist Party is targeting businesses, academics, they’re targeting members of Congress, members of the Senate, members of the administration. That shouldn’t surprise anyone.”

Stewart said that the suspected CCP spy, known as Christine Fang, or Fang Fang, was a Chinese student who reportedly was able to get close to Swalwell, a California Democrat.

“She had just barely come to the United States. She was so aggressive in developing relationships with politicians. She helped him raise money. For heaven’s sakes, how does a college student have the capacity to help a member of Congress raise money? All sorts of red flags on this,” he said. “The FBI and others have said a thousand times to members of Congress, be careful. You’re going to be targeted,” he added.

It’s not clear which other members of the House or Senate were targeted by the CCP.

But Stewart said that Swalwell has “questions that he absolutely has to answer” about his relationship with Fang Fang.

Later in the interview, Stewart denied House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) recent assertion that all members of the House were briefed by intelligence agencies about Fang Fang. Regarding whether any other Congress members knew about the situation, Pelosi has to answer that question, he added.

Swalwell told CNN last week that he didn’t do anything wrong.

“I was told about this individual and I offered to help,” he told CNN. “All I did was cooperate, and the FBI said that yesterday.” Swalwell then accused Republicans of trying to weaponize the original Axios report.

Swalwell only made a brief statement to media outlets about the Axios report detailing his relationship with Fang Fang, who was also reportedly able to get close to several other politicians, including mayors.

Since then, there have been growing calls for Swalwell to step down from the House Intelligence Committee. Several House Republican leaders sent a letter to Pelosi demanding that she remove Swalwell from the House Intelligence Committee.

“Rep. Swalwell withheld information for five years from the House Intelligence Committee about an ongoing Chinese espionage operation targeted at him and his own colleagues,” the House Republicans told Pelosi.

“Obviously, Rep. Swalwell’s interactions with a Chinese spy were more dangerous and unusual than AG [Jeff] Sessions’ meetings with a Russian diplomat. But to make matters worse, Rep. Swalwell kept this information to himself while repeatedly using his position on [House Intelligence panel] to peddle damaging and baseless conspiracies about President Donald Trump’s unproven ties to Russia for years and still refuses to comment fully on the extent and nature of his relationship with the Chinese Communist Party spy exposed in Axios’s bombshell report.”

The Epoch Times reached out to Swalwell’s office for comment about the Axios report. Pelosi’s office has not responded to a request for comment.

 

From Epoch Times: Did you know that our documentary on the irregularities of the 2020 election. Who’s Stealing America? was produced in only 40 days? We  started investigating after allegations of voter fraud and irregularities began to emerge on the night of the election. And what we found alarmed us. We knew right away that the results of our research had implications for the outcome of the 2020 election.

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