Friday, July 12, 2024
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On Christ, On Trump, On the Weeds Among the Wheat in Washington



Twice in the last two weeks, I have written articles beseeching President Trump to follow through on his promise to reveal incontrovertible evidence of the election steal of 2020.

The truth of the matter is that he already has.

A secondary aspect of these two posts has been the power of the court of public opinion, how Americans are the ones who truly hold sway in this information war. It is something I alluded to most heavily in my disappointment with Trump and his seeming flippancy on abortion. Donald Trump has given us reason and confidence to push back against the government, even when that government is Trump himself. This has been illustrated most clearly when he came out in support of the Covid-19 jab (to avoid Mockingbird media’s certain assaults) all the while pushing it forward precipitously in order to force the vaccination to be voluntary. Had he not done this, we would likely still be in lockdowns and the vaccine would have eventually become mandatory, which would have ultimately sealed America’s (and humanity’s) fate.

I believe Trump wants us to push back against him because, simply put, that is the American way he is fighting to give back to us in the first place. He said it from the very start of his Presidency, on January 20, 2017–Inauguration Day:

“Today’s ceremony, however, has very special meaning. Because today we are not merely transferring power from one administration to another, or from one party to another – but we are transferring power from Washington, D.C. and giving it back to you, the American People.

For too long, a small group in our nation’s Capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have borne the cost. Washington flourished – but the people did not share in its wealth. Politicians prospered – but the jobs left, and the factories closed.

The establishment protected itself, but not the citizens of our country. Their victories have not been your victories; their triumphs have not been your triumphs; and while they celebrated in our nation’s capital, there was little to celebrate for struggling families all across our land.

That all changes – starting right here, and right now, because this moment is your moment: it belongs to you.

It belongs to everyone gathered here today and everyone watching all across America. This is your day. This is your celebration. And this, the United States of America, is your country.”

Note how the military circles Trump just as he is about to say these crucial words to the American people. It is a symbolic move that many Americans missed. This symbol, this public gesture, was maybe the start of it all–the notion that Donald Trump and the US Military were involved in a shadow war that was going to save the Republic against the likes of Obama, Clinton, and Bush.

Or maybe this was the first public gesture, also when he was surrounded by top military leaders:

“Maybe this is the calm before the storm.”

“What storm, Mr President?”

“You’ll find out.”

Christ and Matthew 13

In the Gospel of Matthew, Ch 13: 24-30, Christ speaks the parable of the weeds and the wheat, a teaching that is so often misrepresented and used as an excuse to continue in sin. I digress on that interpretation here in order to present a more important connection to Trump and what is going on in America. Here is the passage, taken from the Douay-Rheims early translation of the Bible, complete with that language. I trust my readers will be able to decode words like “cockle,” given the popularity of this weeds vs wheat story:

Note that the man sowed good seed in his field, but that men fell asleep. From there, the enemy moved in unnoticed and spread the cockle–the weeds–among the fruit–the wheat.

Certainly, given the current infiltration and scandal in the Catholic Church (see yesterday’s news on Bergoglio and Bishop Strickland), this Gospel can be unpacked according to the termites attempting to destroy the Church from within. But today I want to expand that interpretation to include America and Trump. Many conservative commentators have given up on Trump because it is assumed that the passing of so much time and the experiencing of so much pain over the last three years under Obama-Biden III necessarily mean that the Trump tenure was ultimately a failure because it didn’t “Drain the Swamp” as he’d promised.

I see it differently, however. I see it–and thankfully millions of others do as well–as a long-play war that will not just fix America’s issues for four or eight years only to return us to previous corruption when Trump is gone, but instead will truly hand the Republic back over to We the People for good–just as he promised on Inauguration Day seven years ago.

But that means that we American patriots must do our part. We have to first admit and recognize, then resist with Godly perseverance, the simple reality that the Devil has sneaked in while we slumbered. We have to work our way back to the beginning slowly, because a quick fix cannot undo decades and decades of internal rot. We call them Deep State globalists intent on destroying humanity’s freedom from within, but at its root this is all about one thing, and that thing is the Devil.

American Wheat and American Weeds

America was founded with a vision and a chance. There is wheat here. Over the decades, however, it was infiltrated by men intent on ruin. Now there are weeds. Over time, the “Swamp” language has evolved into “Deep State,” and it is precisely this Deep State–these globalist vipers out to tear apart national sovereignty and the right to worship God—that is the Devil within.

It is many Americans’ belief that Donald Trump is a largely flawed and sinful man turned new apostle of sorts, a new Peter or James or John who are rough, rude, and more likely to chop your ear off (Jn 18:10) or call down fire upon your head (Lk 9:54) rather than pray for you as Jesus tries to teach. If you look at both of these bonus verses I present, you’ll notice that in both of them, the disciples do or say these things Jesus rejects precisely because they are trying to defend Jesus himself.

If I am right, Trump is this rough character, this “mean-tweeter,” this wrecking ball storm necessary to stir the evil out into the open.

Even now-political opponent Ron DeSantis was saying as much over and over again once upon a time not that long ago. Such a sudden flip to contrived enemy is why DeSantis has no chance in the 2024 race. Americans recognize that kind of dirty politics now, that kind of flimsy Republican now. Trump was a wrecking ball to them too.

Additionally, I don’t believe Trump wants his supporters to always defend him. I believe he desires loyalty from the people close to him, sure, but from collective, unknown America? I think he wants us to push back. I think he wants the 1770s revolutionary to come out. I think he wants us to be Americans–free and fierce.

As a collective, we are the militia. We have to join this war or risk losing this nation and perhaps our souls forever.

This is why I and so many others are calling on President Trump to provide this evidence of election fraud one final time when his trial commences and is televised in the spring of 2024. He has been showing us this evidence since November 2020, but the court of public opinion has not yet reached critical mass, the tipping point. Other evidence provided by other parties have been right there in our face as well. 2000 Mules was produced. This information from Italy, or at least portions of it, was there for the taking pretty much all along. Everything has been there the entire time, and it is our own fault–as a collective society–if we have chosen not to get angry enough at apathetic, corrupt, and compromised judicial and legislative systems.

This America has been infiltrated on our watch. This America formed while we pursued our circuses, our sports, our demonic music, our vain pleasures, our fleeting pastimes. The enemy dangled pretty things in front of us while it worked in secret to sow seeds of discord and destruction. This has been going on for decades. And now that we are in trouble, now that the cockles are up to our armpits, it is up to the American people to wake up and fight back.

It is what Donald Trump has been inspiring us to believe in since he went down the escalator in 2015. He has shown us the enemy point blank because we didn’t believe anyone when they told us with mere words. If the theory is true, he and the US Military are certainly doing their part. Like militia-men, however, like dogged revolutionaries, we must carry our rifles as well. We must wake up and stay up to make sure this midnight sowing never happens again. And one part of that waking now is to be patient, to realize that the harvest time has not yet come, to accept the fact that there are cockles among the wheat but the time will come for their burning. While we wait, we would be well-served to practice the virtues of prayer, fasting, and long-suffering, for they are some of the few tools we have left at our disposal. We will win–we have already won, in fact–but to manifest means time and suffering. This is a good thing, however, for Christ’s saints are formed in such fire.


May everyone named directly or referenced indirectly ask forgiveness and do penance for their sins against America and God. I fight this information war in the spirit of justice and love for the innocent, but I have been reminded of the need for mercy and prayers for our enemies. I am a sinner in need of redemption as well after all, for my sins are many. In the words of Jesus Christ himself, Lord forgive us all, for we know not what we do.