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To pray or not to pray


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The way you continue to insult President-elect Joe Biden is damning for you who, by the way, claims to be a Christian. This is not the way for any Christian to be acting. You claim you pray for the President. Are you going to pray for President-elect Biden and his family when he takes the oath of office on January 20 and continue praying after?

Hold on, let me rewrite all of that.

You make fun of Joe Biden, the former Vice President and now President-elect. As a Christian, you were taught not to make fun of others. If your mother found out, you would be disciplined, more than likely.

Yet, here you are making fun of someone will has earned the near-future title of President of the United States. He has a history of fighting for the people. He loves this country and he loves God.

And if you have any question, he is in church every week attending mass and adhering to his beliefs in God. Where’s Trump? He is out golfing or sitting on Twitter complaining about everything and spreading lies and conspiracies that people like you will believe even though it’s not true.

You’re ignorant to think that Trump could still win when, in fact, he has lost.

You’re ignorant to believe that all your decisions don’t have consequences when, in fact, they do.

Maybe, just maybe, you might change and become a human again. Maybe you might end up caring for others the way you used to. Maybe one day you might not make fun of someone because you know what it’s like.

Just maybe.

Our country can’t move on without you. We all have to be in this together. This is the moment that our nation needs to stand together.

Our country is still facing the most horrific pandemic to ever hit the planet. People are dying everyday from this virus. The President-elect has, on multiple occasions in the last week, urged President to adopt new mandates to help curb this pandemic in the United States. Trump has continued to refuse giving help to stop this virus in its tracks.

As the American people, we still have the opportunity to hold the Trump administration accountable for its failure in fighting this pandemic.

We must have hope. We must be able to come together for the good of this country.

Thomas Lineweaver
Thomas Lineweaverhttps://tommyclineweaver.com
Thomas Lineweaver is a real likable guy with a passion for technology, design, music, and helping mankind. He is an accomplished journalist, writer, and podcaster since 2012. He currently resides in Nashville, TN with his husband Michael.


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