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Now the time has come for this nation to fulfill its promise…

Forgiveness, Redemption, Conversion, Faith…

President Donald Trump loves his country…America…and he loves the American people; he is loyal to his country and its people.

“There is no greater love than to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” John 15:13

Loyalty is more than words; true loyalty will result in actions. Action is what President Trump is giving to ‘We the People,’…he lives, loves and breathes loyalty.

Now the time has come for this nation to fulfill its promise…


“Know ye the truth and the truth will set you free.” John 8:32

My heart and prayers go out to Texas and all of the victims and the families who were and continue to be affected by Hurricane Harvey. All American is united in their love and concern for you. We share your pain, mourn those who have passed away and commensurately sympathize with the injured and affected and through our prayers, hope and faith in the Lord, offer our help and seek ways and means for your speedy recovery.

All Americans are very proud of the way in which our spiritually touched President Donald J. Trump has responded to Texas’ crisis during its hour of need and his ongoing response to this tragedy. President Trump is responding to the crisis with love, empathy, great support and financial aid. God bless the people of Texas for their love and togetherness, their great courage and their fantastic resiliency.

“God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea.” Psalms 46:1-2

Now the time has come for this nation to fulfill its promise…

President Donald J. Trump has been touched by the spirit and works tenaciously; he is dedicated and committed to continually exposing the evil, corrupt, rigged, sexist and racist system of White Supremacy HATE and VIOLENCE to ‘We the People,’ the American people.

Remember Heather Heyer

The 32-year old white American woman and patriot who was murdered in Charlottesville, VA while peacefully protesting against the White Supremacy Hate rally organized by White Supremacists, the KKK, White Nationalist, White neo-Nazis and the White Alt-Right hate groups.

“Equal and exact justice to all men, of whatever state or persuasion, religious or political…” Thomas Jefferson

President Trump is fulfilling his promise: “We are going to create a whole new system and we will take this system apart.” “I want to make America great again.” “America First!”…Even if I, (President Trump), have to become a sacrificial lamb to do so.

“You will keep in perfect peace those whose minds are steadfast, because they trust in you.” Isaiah 26:3

In spite of the Hate Trump Movement and the evil corrupt establishment’s vicious assault of purple propaganda leveled against him, the will of ‘We the People,’ TRUST PRESIDENT TRUMP.

Heather Heyer’s murder by White Supremacy Hate and Violence at a hate filled White Supremacy Hate Rally at Charlottesville, VA evoked a universal outcry of denunciation and condemnation for the hate filled White Supremacists, the KKK, the White Nationalist, the alt-Right and the neo-Nazis whose outrageous and senseless hate killed an American patriot, Heather Heyer. Heather’s untimely death begs the question, the all commanding question America…..Do ‘We the People,’ the American people really want to stop and put an end to White Supremacy Hate and Violence???

YES!!! Then we must establish an anti-White Supremacy Hate and Violence Law. We must transform this universal outcry of denunciation and condemnation of anti-White Supremacy Hate and Violence actions into legislative legal terms and establish anti-White Supremacy Hate and Violence Law not by force or fraud but by LAW.

We must end this hate, murder and violence!

President Trump is committed to doing just that: “We are going to create a whole new system and we will take this system apart.” President Trump cannot be bought, bribed, intimidated or coerced. His fearless dynamic leadership and the unwavering will of ‘We the People,’ together are the winning combination that can and will establish the anti-White Supremacy Hate and Violence Law. Not by force or fraud…but by law as indicated in the GOP Summer Meeting, as reported by POLITICO below:

RNC approves anti-KKK resolution — after White House signoff

By ALEX ISENSTADT | 08/25/2017 03:03 PM EDT

Some GOP officials privately scoffed at the idea that the party felt the need to officially condemn the KKK in 2017

Members said it was important to formally condemn hate groups, but some privately scoffed that Republicans felt it was even necessary.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Republican National Committee on Friday unanimously approved a resolution condemning Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan, a move that comes just two weeks after President Donald Trump was widely criticized for going easy on white supremacist groups involved in the Charlottesville, Virginia, protests.

Some GOP officials privately scoffed at the idea that the party felt the need to officially condemn the KKK in 2017. But the move by the GOP’s official political arm — signed off on by the White House ahead of time — underscores the level of concern within the party over Trump’s comments on the protests and the impact they could have on the party heading into the 2018 midterm election.

The resolution, sponsored by RNC member Bill Palatucci of New Jersey, states that “the racist beliefs of Nazis, the KKK, white supremacists and other likeminded groups are completely inconsistent with the Republican Party’s platform,” and that “the view that the color of one’s skin determines or should determine one’s standing, rights, opportunities, or duties to others is not consistent with the philosophy of the Republican Party.”

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It adds: “The racist beliefs of the Nazis, the KKK, white supremacists and others are repulsive, evil, and have no fruitful place in the United States.”

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The forceful statement contrasts with the approach taken by Trump, who came under widespread criticism for equating white supremacists in Charlottesville with those protesting them. Much of the fire has come from within the president’s own party, with senior GOP leaders arguing that the president needed to be far more forceful in singling out hate groups.

To underscore the peril confronting the party, the RNC’s chairwoman, Ronna Romney McDaniel, used a substantial part of her speech during Friday’s closing session to highlight the GOP’s opposition to extremist groups — even as she avoided any criticism of Trump.

"Last week, I joined the president in speaking out strongly against any group that uses hate or violence," Romney McDaniel said.

Other GOP committee members also defended the need for a formal resolution.

"You can’t emphatically denounce the groups enough. You have to do it by name, you have to do it specifically,” said Virginia GOP Chairman John Whitbeck. “If nothing else, you want some leadership coming out of this. We’re the national party.”

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Whitbeck, who oversees a party in a state with a 2017 governor’s race just months away, said the resolution was intended to be forceful and to call out specific groups that were involved in the Charlottesville violence.

However, the committee was careful to avoid a fight with the White House. Ahead of Friday’s approval, the committee received direct sign-off from the administration on that resolution and the nearly dozen or so other resolutions that were voted on, according to a party official briefed on the matter.

The vote capped a three-day, largely private gathering of party officials, operatives, and party leaders. Much of the agenda was focused on laying out the party’s plans for the 2018 midterms and for laying the groundwork for the 2020 election.

On Thursday, the committee began mapping out how the 2020 nomination process will work. On Friday afternoon, a group of officials were to begin the process of deciding which city will play host to the 2020 Republican National Convention.

Among those making the trek to Nashville were several key members of Trump’s political circle, including strategists Brad Parscale and Michael Glassner. On Thursday evening, the president’s son, Eric Trump, delivered a brief dinnertime speech in which he lavished praise on the committee for its fundraising efforts.

As the committee’s 168 members walked the hallways of the sprawling Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, however, much of the chatter surrounded the troubles confronting the new president and how it could hurt the party in the months to come. Few RNC members were willing to publicly criticize the president, but in private conversations, many expressed dismay about Trump’s remarks on race, his decision to stoke primaries against his Republican critics, and his attacks on ailing GOP Sen. John McCain.

As they shook their heads, some said it had become apparent they were dealing with a president who didn’t seem to understand how politics is conducted.

Yet there also was a sense that, for all their complaints, there was little choice but to stand behind the president. Several noted Trump's fundraising prowess: He has raised more than $20 million for the committee over the course of the year, with more to come.

“We know that he’s doing the best that he can, that it’s a big job, and that he’s got a lot of people that don’t care for him,” said Jonathan Barnett, an RNC member from Arkansas. “But this committee is very supportive and we’re behind him 100 percent, and we’re going to try to help him accomplish the goals and the value system we believe in.”

Gary Cohn says Trump’s White House ‘must do better’ on confronting hate groups By MADELINE CONWAY

At a time when the president finds himself in a fight with congressional GOP leaders, many of the president’s staunchest allies on the committee rushed to his defense. During a closed-door lunch on Thursday afternoon, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross pointedly complained about congressional inaction on Trump’s agenda, a message that drew widespread agreement.

“If you look at polling, Congress’ approval rating is in the teens,” said David Bossie, a Maryland RNC member who served as Trump’s deputy campaign manager, “and it’s in the teens because people are frustrated they don’t do anything.”

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Heather Heyer’s death must not be in vain. Her life personified the Spirit of America. We can pay homage to this great patriot by naming the anti-White Supremacy Hate Law in her name: Heather Heyer anti-White Supremacy Hate and Violence Law.

President Trump is calling out Congress and putting them back to work….America First!!!

May the blessings of St. Francis be upon our president:

Lord, make me an instrument of your peace:

Where there is hatred, let me sow love;

Where there is injury, pardon;

Where there is doubt, faith;

Where there is despair, hope;

Where there is darkness, light;

Where there is sadness, joy.

Almighty God, we Americans humbly pray to you to bless us with a peaceful transition of government and that nobody gets hurt in the process. Heavenly Father, please bless us with the guidance, the direction and the ways and means in which we, as Americans, can unite and become ONE AMERICA…touching the heart of President Donald J. Trump and enabling him to fulfill his promise and commitment to be President to ALL THE PEOPLE, while Making America Great Again. I ask and pray in the name of Jesus Christ, My Lord and Savior….Amen! Don King