Here is why I disagree.
"President Trump won by a landslide, and we are going to prove it."
The debacle began when Rubio joined other Republicans in criticizing Georgia Senate candidate and pastor Raphael Warnock for 2011 comments that included, "America, nobody can serve God and the military."
The legal team, led by Mayor Rudy Guliani, announced Sunday that legal restoration lawsuits are being launched in 10 states.
The good news is that if a massive fraud has been perpetrated and if such a grand theft took place on this kind of scale, it will be uncovered.
"The mass corruption and voter fraud will be exposed."
In January, at least 14 new pro-life GOP women will take the oath in the House. That number will include seven congresswomen who defeated Democrats in last week's election.
We all recognize the president has more growth to experience. But so do I. And so do you.
"The imposition of the vaccination will be accompanied by the requirement of a health passport and a digital ID, with the consequent contact tracing of the population of the entire world."
As they drew near to him, a supernatural rush of wind enabled them to lift the president and inch him ever so slightly across the finish line.
For us to defend his every tweet is to make ourselves into stooges more than supporters, helping no one in the end.
Sadly, the Democrat Party has rejected the God of the Bible and America's founders.
"The church is not at the mercy of political decrees of destruction. Jesus is the Lord of history."
He is "leading so many people astray" and is "not a practicing Catholic."
While I personally hold him in high esteem, I cannot concur with these conclusions.
If 650,000 men died on the Civil War battlefields because of the offense and bloodshed of slavery, what will that day of reckoning be for the blood of 62 million unborn babies?
Larry Tomczak warns the consequences of a Democratic win Tuesday would be more than dire for the U.S.
"And through fasting and praying, I believe this word for you and for this nation."
No, and here's why.
So why aren't more Christians involved in our governmental process?