Stopping Stupid

The six-part Daily Jot series on the threats to freedom posed by the World Economic Forum caused a lot of people to ask “What should we do to stop this?” It became a topic of conversation in my church last Sunday. Quite frankly, stopping the WEF and its Democratic Party, corporate, media, and even religious unholy partnership will take each of us stepping out of our comfort zones. Christian conservatives really just want to mind their own business, live their lives in peace, and do not want to be bothered with things they consider stupid. And what we have right now in this country is a whole lot of stupid going on. To stop this stupid, we need to step up right where we are and start resisting stupid.

People looking how to stand against the tyranny of local, state and federal government need look no further than the courageous parents and teachers who engaged the Loudoun County, Va., school board for their anti-American, anti-student, and anti-education actions. Two Christian teachers stood before the school board and exposed these policies. One was fired. The other resigned. The brouhaha began over a policy trampling religious rights requiring teachers to use LGBTQ promoted pronouns and students using bathrooms of the sex they “identified with.” Then a young lady was raped by a boy in the girls’ restroom, the school board cover up and denial of it, the Biden Administration saying it would sic the FBI on dissenting parents for being domestic terrorists, and a former president saying it’s much ado about nothing.

Loudoun County then became an issue in the state’s governor’s race. Democrat Terry McAuliffe said in a debate that parents should not tell schools what they can teach. His opponent, Glenn Younkin disagreed. Enter former president Barak Obama campaigning for McAuliffe. Obama, instead of empathizing with the girl who was raped, referred generally to the Loudoun County controversy, saying, “We don’t have time to be wasted on these phony trumped-up culture wars, this fake outrage, the right-wing media’s pedals to juice their ratings.” The boy was convicted but sentencing was delayed because he was charged with sexually assaulting another student at another Loudoun County school. Then the National School Boards Association asked the Biden Administration to treat dissenting parents the same as domestic terrorists.

Biden Attorney General Merrick Garland immediately demanded the FBI discourage, identify and prosecute threatening and dissenting parents. When it was exposed, all was embarrassingly recanted. Now, in Loudoun County, a George Soros-funded prosecutor was removed by a judge for deliberately misleading the court to reduce a criminal’s sentence. This is an example of how when people stand in the gap, the Lord can expose the treachery of a school board, a gubernatorial candidate, a former president, a national association, the court system, the Attorney General, and the current president. Ephesians 6:13 says, ”…and having done all, to stand.” You can do something. Figure out what it is and do it.

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Bill Wilson