I got an email addressed to “Calling all Christians.” Ooo, I’m a Christian! I had better read this!
“Right now, we must pour every ounce of our energy into Georgia’s runoff election on December 6th.” Okay, the GA runoff is important.
“A 50-50 Senate is very different from a 51-49 Senate because, as we’ve seen time and again, just a single vote can be the deciding factor on issues that matter deeply to Christians.” Sure!
“And that includes stacking our federal courts with far-Left radicals who will serve for life…” Wait, what?
“Over these next couple weeks, My Faith Votes will be mobilizing pastors and their congregations to vote, blanketing all 159 counties with handwritten letters to Christian voters, covering the entire state of Georgia with prayer from across the nation, and more.”
Oh, “Christians” are supposed to vote for the guy who lies about his position on abortion and his status as a law enforcement officer, among many other things. And muse when he rambles, “I don’t want to be a vampire anymore. I want to be a werewolf.” I can see praying for him, though.
And Christian voters are NOT supposed to choose the actual Georgia pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church, once home to the great civil rights leader Martin Luther King.
But there is more of the email I TOTALLY agree with. “Our country is in a different place than it was just a few years ago, and we can no longer laugh off such radicalism.”
Another email notes: “Roger — Raphael Warnock DESPERATELY needs your help to win the Georgia Runoff Election and protect the Senate Majority.”
Wow, what a dilemma. Should I support the candidate that My Faith Votes supports, even though the football player’s bona fides in the areas of character and competence are…. somewhat lacking? Or should I back the minister who has, in his two years, “served the Peach State with integrity, honor, and dignity”?
How to decide… how to decide…