I am writing to you in regard to the midterm elections. Ashley Hinson represents my district here in Cedar Rapids. She recently voted along with 47 other RINOs to codify homosexual marriage into federal law. I wrote to her and our two Senators to express my displeasure. I received a canned response from all three explaining their support for such a law (leading me to believe that both Senators intend to support the legislation when it comes before the Senate; see attached). Their reasoning is specious. I agree with the learned Justice Thomas that there is no constitutional guarantee for such a form of marriage and that marriage laws are the purview of the states. Obergfell, for the same reasons as Roe, was wrongly decided. I have lobbied Hinson extensively through her campaign and have not received any response.
After listening to Tucker Carlson’s speech at the Family Leader conference I am convinced that it is imperative that any politician that supports anti-family policies must be defeated, especially those that attempt to deceive us into believing that they are conservatives. Such must not be tolerated. We must send a clear message that those who vote with the death cult will not be supported. If conservatives expect our vote they must not support the death cult on the most fundamental issue facing our society which is the preservation of the biblical family.
It does not concern me at all if the Republicans fail to obtain a majority in either chamber of Congress. The Republican party will not save America. Only Jesus can do that. Neither party will have a governing majority after the midterms. Both parties will lack a veto/ filibuster-proof number. Neither party will be able to legislate, which is probably good for America. Even if the Republicans gain a slim majority all we’ll get is endless grandstanding investigations that will never result in de-funding legislation or prosecutions. The death cult has a firm grip on the Justice Department and none of theirs will ever be prosecuted.
- Rick David