To ban or not to ban assault rifles; victory for Dr. Oz in Pennsylvania; acquittal of Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann; military control of Hollywood productions; and the controversial arrest of Peter Navarro—what do all these events have in common? Do they show by example the incredible corruption in our political and legal systems? If so, what is a true Christian supposed to do? Is it too far-fetched to say that our eternal salvation may be at stake?
In the morning of November 7, just prior to a press conference by President Trump’s attorneys, the mass media and most networks declared Joe Biden to be the President-elect. However, Newsmax refuses to call Biden the winner. Why is that? Newsmax explains that the votes are still being counted, recounts are certain, and accusations of fraud and irregularities in several states are going to be brought before the courts. In addition, President Trump is not conceding and has no intention of doing so anytime soon. What are some of the specific allegations which the courts will be asked to decide?
Many priests, bishops and cardinals within the Vatican seem to be collaborating with Italian politicians, the judiciary and the mass media in their attempt to ignore and cover up the terrible sexual abuse of children. Pope Francis has vowed to put an end to this, calling those predators “tools of Satan” who are to face the “wrath of God,” but even if he was serious, could he succeed against the powerful resistance of “those with most to lose”? The record of mounting despicable sexual abuse and destruction of documents by high-ranking Catholic priests all over the world suggests otherwise.