Why I’m Voting For Trump

by Gregg Jackson

Let’s cut to the chase.

Our nation is in a code blue, moral and spiritual crisis.

And, like it or not, Americans have only two viable choices for president.

While I’m well aware that America cannot be made great again until the Church becomes great again, I am also mindful that, as a Christian, I possess a solemn moral obligation to choose the most righteous candidate possible for the office. And while I’m no fan of some of Mr. Trump’s past word choices, attributing moral equivalence to him and Hillary Clinton is utterly absurd.

One of the candidates is a career business man who has risked his own wealth to create hundreds of thousands of jobs and opportunities for others. He is also the candidate who appears that he is not beholden to corporate interests or global organizations. His stated goal is to “make America great again.” He proposes to accomplish this goal by: protecting and defending our sovereign borders, rebuilding and strengthening our military, creating economic growth by lowering taxes and decreasing regulations, protecting and defending the inalienable right to life, and appointing conservative pro-life judges.

On the other hand, the other candidate is a long-time admirer of Saul Alynsky, whose book “Rules for Radicals” was literally dedicated to Lucifer. This candidate is also a Margaret Sanger Award recipient andsays, “I admire Margaret Sanger enormously, her courage, her tenacity, her vision. I am really in awe of her, there are a lot of lessons we can learn from her life”.

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Gregg Jackson is the national best-selling author of Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies: Issue by Issue Responses to the Most Common Claims of the Left from A to Z and We Won’t Get Fooled Again: Where the Christian Right Went Wrong and How to Make America Right Again. His newest book is, 40 Things to Teach Your Children Before You Die: The Simple American Truths about Life, Family & Faith.


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