Courage in the Public Square – 2

In the United States, there is a conflict going on. One of the bloggers whose posts I follow has dared to weigh in on the current battle over who will be our next President. The few responses that I read were extreme in both directions. I laud her courage.

Donald Trump was a well known public figure for years. But no one expected that he would become President. Now that he is President, the reports of what he has done are quite different, depending on who you listen to and what news you read. I was a grant writer for quite a few years and am a capable researcher. I have heard speeches that President Trump gave and later read news reports of those speeches. Interestingly, some news sources carefully edited what he said to make it appear that he said almost the opposite.

I have heard President Trump compared to Hitler. Since I voted for him in 2016, I don’t have to think too long before I can guess what some people think of me. I have had friends of long-standing unfriend me on social platforms because of posts supporting the President.

Right now, we are waiting to hear the outcome of the 2020 Presidential election. As we all know, the contenders are our current President, Donald J. Trump, elected in 2016; and President Obama’s former Vice President, Joseph R. Biden. Although many news sites quickly pronounced Joe Biden the winner, various election irregularities have led to lawsuits to verify that only legitimately legal votes are counted.

When that is work is complete, we will be able to have faith in the election outcome. Whoever is the winner, we can move on as a country.

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4 Responses to Courage in the Public Square – 2

  1. Liz Sieker. says:

    Thank you for this timely post. Like all of us, we have friends and relatives on the other side who I don’t hear from. I’m sure that will change after it’s all over with, but it won’t ever be the same again.
    Keep up your beautiful blogs. Even tho I don’t usually reply, I do read them. Thanks and lots of love and healing to you. Liz

  2. Jan Seibel says:

    I’ll just say, believing in God’s timing!!

  3. AECRM says:

    Thank you, Liz — I really appreciate your comments. Thank you too for the love & kindness to me personally! Ann

  4. AECRM says:

    Thanks for your comment, Jan. I do believe in turning it over to God and trusting God’s timing. I think you are spot on. Thanks again for reading my blog post & commenting. Ann

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