The initial tally is concluded and according to the figures at hand, Blacks voted in near unanimity (96%) against the Christian candidate Roy Moore and for Doug Jones, who can only be called a secular satanist.
Rather than acknowledge this as conclusive evidence of the apostasy of the Black church, and a profound occasion for sackcloth and ashes, both the GOP leadership and supposed Christian outlets have erupted in perverse glee. I mean, really, the title alone “How #BlackWomen Saved Evangelicalism” is not just an inversion of reality and a spectacle of obscene schadenfreude; it’s overt blasphemy.
Despite two thirds of the White votes going to Moore (a landslide by any measure), half of his White base apparently stayed home. He literally got half the votes as Trump and Sessions in the elections preceding. This means, outside the instances of Soros operatives destroying and discarding validly cast ballots, the totally transparent smear campaign of the culture vultures worked on the White Christian electorate.
Worse than this, though, and no doubt responsible for that abdication in large measure, the enemy-occupied pulpits uniformly broke against Moore too, in favor of Jones. The Christian clerisy somehow concluded that the sudden barrage of allegations against Moore, which coincidentally all came from Democrat women (some actually employed by the DNC), were more credible than Moore’s sterling reputation and testimony.
We needn’t go into detail of how the first claimant — the one with the “Can I talk to a manager?” haircut — now admits to having forged her only bit of evidence, or how the second claimant’s allegation that Moore locked her in a car using childproof locks which would not exist till a decade hence. Neither need we delve into the fact that the friends who confirm each other’s stories, Corfman and Rutenberg-Davis, are liberal Jews (what are the odds, right?) courting the stereotypical hatred of all things Christian.
Neither do we need additional confirmation of the Leftist penchant for voter fraud, but Project Veritas has confessions of Democrat officials on film: the DNC and assorted community organizer groups like ACORN bus people around the country to vote fraudulently in local elections all the time. And what do we find in the run-up to this Alabama special election? Online postings by the DNC calling out Black voters from other states to subvert elections. And the evidence shows, of course, that it is (((the usual suspects))) behind it.
Did I mention that even those not yet proven to be hoaxers have zero proof of their stories? Stories which they sat on for decades throughout all Moore’s battles against the Feds, all his high-profile stands for the law of God, and his public floggings by the Bar? Really?
Folks, this is ridiculous. Roy Moore is the most Christian — and dare I say theonomic — candidate for high office we’ve seen in our lifetimes. And knowing our enemies’ M.O., there is no way not to side with him.
Then there are those who’ve taken up the incomprehensible stance of David Bahnsen that the real moral case against Moore is that he is a theonomist! Yes, the heir of Greg Bahnsen, champion of God’s law for society, says Moore’s fealty to God’s law is the precise grounds for shunning him! Think of what sort of G forces are being generated as his father spins in his grave!
Alas, though he spurn the higher law and declare himself to have no god but Caesar, Bahnsen the Lesser is not lacking for company. Eight out of ten American ministers profess a similar sentiment.
This is the penultimate tragedy here — that the church has been commandeered by hard-left humanists. The American pulpit preaches alien gods and alien ethics, and the result is a scattered flock. Whether it’s the #MeToo feminist feinting couch theatrics, the atavistic predilection of Blacks against anything reminiscent of traditional Christian America (not to mention White people), or the revanchism of the Mestizo horde, our people could weather them all. But if the Church is subjugated to the worldview of her enemies, we are undone before every one of these threats.
Nothing threatens the life of the nation more than this. And this election proved it: if those claiming Christ are aligned with all the forces of hell against His dominion, overwhelm by aliens is assured. So warns the Scripture, as well as the amnesty question upon which this election largely hung. It is taking shape before our very eyes now — if the Church can be shamed out of the polling booth, or (God forbid) shamed into voting against their own folk and faith, it has become salt without savor and shall be trampled under the feet of strangers. If herded by wolves, the sheep go only to the slaughter.
Yes, demographics is destiny. Whereby this election affirms anew the verity of the vengeance of the covenant (Lev. 26:25). Our people will see no renewal and no return to normalcy apart from reclaiming the soul of the Church in America. Moore’s entire legacy represents fealty to God over the arbitrary tyranny of men. And this is the question upon which the fate of our race shall be decided. The central battle rages not at the polls but prior, in the hearts of our people. That is where the battle must be foremost met. It is not foremost a political battle, but a theological one.