Political involvement is in the people's best interest

Tuesday, January 12, 2021
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Chad Groening (OneNewsNow.com)

Trump and Mitch McConnellA political analyst says conservative patriots must be willing to challenge RINOs during the next round of primaries if they ever hope to return power to the American people.

Many of the 74 million Americans who supported Donald Trump's re-election effort have been devastated by the political system's complete failure to provide a remedy to what they believe was an egregious theft of the election through massive fraud. And many Republican voters are angry that all but six Republican senators voted to certify the results of the Electoral College, despite calls to give state legislatures the opportunity to reevaluate their results.

Rob Chambers, vice president of AFA Action, says these solid conservatives must step up to the plate and run for office.

"People of character, people that really believe in the principles of God first, country, [and] limited government -- that's how these so-called RINOs get beat," Chambers submits.

He also adds that Christians need to be involved in the political process.

Chambers

"God has us here, so we are first and foremost Christians in this land," Chambers asserts. "How is it that we use our influence to shape this nation? One way to do that is in the primary elections at the local level, the state level, and federal level. So, people must get engaged in the primary," he concludes.

Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas), Sen. Josh Hawley (Missouri), Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith (Mississippi), Sen. Roger Marshall (Kansas), Sen. John Kennedy (Louisiana), and Sen. Tommy Tuberville (Alabama) are the six senators who voted against certifying the contested election results.


Editor's Note: AFA Action is a division of the American Family Association, the parent organization of the American Family News Network, which operates OneNewsNow.com.

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