Democratic Leaders are scared.
Recent events across the country have sparked a wave of political awareness and discontent among those who once considered the Democratic Party to be the party of the people.
From the Kavanaugh fiasco to the current #Walkaway movement, it seems everywhere we look, more people are leaving what Black Conservatives call the "Democratic Plantation" in order to join the Republican Party or to be known simply as Independents.
This, my Dear Reader, is good news for America.
I've often shared with my audience the importance of not becoming blindly loyal to one political party over another.
Time and again, Conservatives like myself have highlighted the historical and current debauchery of the Democratic Party, revealing that while their methods and faces have changed over the years, the agenda remains the same.
Democrats have worked tirelessly to control the masses, to indoctrinate the public with socialism, and to remove the basic rule of law that helps keep our nation together.
They've done it since the days of Lincoln, and we are witnessing their underhandedness today.
To say that Democrats are confident about their current standing during the Trump Era would be erroneous.
They have little to hold onto, and they know it.
When they tried earnestly to smear Justice Kavanaugh's good name and reputation, all to avoid appointing another Conservative judge to the Supreme Court, America watched.
Americans everywhere were appalled by the Democratic Senators willingness to pull an "eleventh hour" trick to delay Kavanaugh's confirmation.
For a moment, we witnessed what it would be like to give great power to people who believed not in the rule of law, in due process, and the presumption of innocent until proven guilty.
We watched as these same leaders praised a lying woman without carefully scrutinizing her testimony the way good lawyers should.
We watched, we waited, we prayed, and then we witnessed what could only be described as a monumental occasion in American history when Justice Kavanaugh was sworn into the Supreme Court.
Once again, under the Trump Era, we are witnessing what our nation was founded upon: principles that guide our behavior and that call for the rights of everyone to be upheld.
And now, as it stands, Democratic Leaders are viewed as the enemy of the people...
...as the culprits behind the lies and deceit...
...as the very Party many of us knew all along...
...as a Party that will do anything in its power to strip people of their individual rights by any means necessary.
What we are witnessing today, Dear Readers, is the beginning of a massive exodus from the Democratic Party and an establishment of a new way in which Americans vote.
We are on the brink of revival and reformation.
For decades now, this is all American voters have known.
The two-party system has been marked by such divisiveness that it's hard to remember a time when Americans simply voted based on American values of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
We are divided along the lines of legalized abortions, school choice, the right to bear arms, and so much more.
We've come to a place where we are now voting on the rights of illegal immigrants in this country, whether or not men should be allowed in girls' restrooms, or if tax payers should finance contraceptives for pornographic actors. (Yes, I remember having to vote for this during the 2016 election for California!)
We have lost our way; and unfortunately, Democratic Leaders, who have wholly embraced a government absent moral, religious standards, have brought our nation to its knees.
It's as if America has forgotten what it means to simply be human and to do what's in the best interest of mankind.
This is our folly, because we elected these individuals without making them responsible for upholding their promises which they made to us during election time.
But we on the verge of a revival and reformation. It's not something that will only be felt within our churches. We will see the evidence of it in the nation and in politics.
Make them earn our votes!
There's something that happens to us psychologically when we identify with a particular party or organization.
We feel obligated to it, even if we see the organization's actions as working against the common good.
This happens all too often among American voters who self-identify as Republican or Democrat.
For example, Black voters for decades have been blindly loyal to the political party that has direct ties to slavery, Jim Crowism, and modern-day Black Genocide, aka the abortion industry.
We see that, and so do most Black Americans.
Yet, their loyalty to the Party is almost sickening, especially when we know that Democratic ideology works directly against individual freedom and economic success.
Republicans are no different in acquiring bling loyalty from its constituents.
Although Americans know Republicans represent Lincoln's Party, have ties to abolitionism, and were crucial in helping Black Americans secure our basic, inalienable rights, the current Party lacks the ability to reach Black voters, and we have to wonder why.
Is it that the Republican Party doesn't care about the poor, the helpless, or the disenfranchised?
Or is it something else altogether?
At what point did the Republican Party become associated with racism, because there is no direct, historical evidence to prove this?
Yet, time and again, Conservatives struggle to reach this population because the cloud of racism hangs over their head.
A change must come, and we are witnessing this right now, especially as more people are questioning their allegiance to the parties who have shown time again that they do not work in the best interest of the people.
I've said this statement to my audience repeatedly: "Don't become blindly loyal to any Party." I urge my following to make these politicians earn our votes!
No longer should Republicans feel comfortable in easily securing the Christian vote or the White vote.
They need to be working in the best interest of Americans, developing policies that match with our vision of a nation under God, because this is what America's forefathers established.
Democrats need a shaking as well. No longer can they feel blasé (pronounced "blah-zay") about the Black vote simply because they acquired it without conflict for nearly 50 years.
Make these politicians earn your votes by forcing them to address specific issues that will help improve our communities!
If a Republican candidate, for example, decides that late-term abortions should be the new right for all American women, then Believers especially should denounce such a candidate, no matter their political affiliation.
If a Democratic leader decides that school choice should be afforded to all American children, then Conservatives should support that leader because he espouses a policy we agree with.
If we all remain so focused on throwing our allegiance to political parties rather than examining the policies each one supports, then we are no better than the various ethnic groups who refuse to leave their political plantations.
We must do better, and it starts by making these career politicians work for our votes.
Government is not our god, but our government is responsible to the people.
Too many Americans are looking to government for the answers instead of recognizing that we have the power to be the change we want to see in our homes, our communities, and our nation.
God established government for one reason: "to be a terror to evil works" (read Romans 13). Rulers and leaders have an obligation to provide protection to people who do what's right and who live according to the rule of law.
When a nation's government begins to create policies and laws that go contrary to the wisdom of God, the people must stop and think about the repercussions of those actions.
Furthermore, we must remember that government works for us, the people.
It is a service agent with responsibilities to create laws and policies that provide protection against anyone who threatens our freedom.
Asking the government to solve the homeless problem, the healthcare problem, the unemployment problem...such power should rest squarely with the people and the communities.
It's no wonder why the Church has been inept in its efforts to be the light of this nation, the salt of the earth.
Why? Because the Church has allowed itself to remain powerless when it comes to these issues.
The Church has allowed the government to dictate what She can and cannot say behind the pulpits.
At some point, we must make a conscious decision to obey God rather than government. We must learn to vote our conscience and not our color, to vote policies and not personalities.
People are leaving the Democratic Party, but where are they going?
As more and more people choose to leave the Democratic Party, we must give them the wisdom and knowledge they need so they don't return to its godless ideology based on emotionalism and sensationalism.
In October 2018, FKMinistries is launching its new movement called #TheFifteen20. Our mission is to work with Conservative Leaders and Voices to help them reach Black voters with our messages.
We want to work within our neediest communities to help them see the value in voting for politicians who espouse conservative values, which are American values.
Over the years, we have witnessed the effects of allowing Democrats to control our predominantly Black neighborhoods.
Therefore, we aim to provide a better communication system that will help bridge the gap between what Black voters know about policies and what they assume Democrats will do for them.
We believe in bringing such awareness to this population, not so they become blindly loyal to the Republican Party; instead, we want them to accurately evaluate which policies will work in the best interests of their communities. And this can't be done when one Party holds a political monopoly over them.
But #TheFifteen20 is not the only movement that is moving forward.
We are all familiar with the #Walkaway and #Walkwith movement. We've seen this catch fire over the last several months, and there seems to be no end in sight.
We are watching as Americans are leaving the Democratic Party in droves because they are bothered by the recent attacks against a fellow American and his family, which were based on uncorroborated, unfounded allegations.
For these Americans, the behavior of Democratic Leaders was enough for them to say, "I want nothing to do with them."
But is this enough to keep the Conservative movement alive and thriving?
Not in my opinion.
Americans should never be focused on just the emotionalism and sensationalism perpetrated by media and politicians.
Americans must remain focused on policies.
If Conservatives are about to witness what may be the largest Democratic exodus of modern time, then we must ask ourselves, "What will we do with the masses?"
Will we re-condition them to be loyal to Republicans, who, for the last several years, have shown themselves to be inept and incapable of supporting and enforcing the values we desire?
Will we expect them to always vote based on someone's personality or the color of one's skin?
What will Conservatives do with this new rise in values being adopted by a new generation that is seeking for a better America?
Until we answer these questions, we run the risk of losing this momentum that we have been graciously provided at this hour.
We will see an end to the two-party system, because the people will demand it.
I predict we will see the end of the Republican-Democrat fiasco in American politics.
I see in its place politicians who will simply identify as Conservative or Liberal, politicians who will be forced to discuss policies with the public in great details.
I predict Americans will demand more transparency when it comes to what leaders will legislate if we put them in office.
I predict more Americans will identify as Independent, refusing to be labeled as either Republican or Democrat.
I predict more Americans will place a demand on politicians to uphold the rule of law so that we never see instances like what happened to Justice Kavanaugh.
I predict more Americans will give ear to what spiritual leaders have to say concerning politics, especially those of us who have had our prophecies validated and confirmed.
I predict that as more Americans return to our basic understanding of right and wrong, we will see a decrease in the overt attacks made against religious leaders, their businesses and organizations, and the attacks against churches that discuss political issues...at least for the time being.
What we are witnessing is a period of grace and mercy, which has come from Heaven. If we want this momentum to last, we must keep our faces before the Lord regarding this nation. We simply cannot afford to relax our hand while it is at the plow.
But this isn't to say we won't see these manifestations without a fight.
For Believers, we understand there is a war for the souls of mankind. We are dealing with principalities and rulers in high places that are preparing the nations for an attack against the Kingdom of God.
Satan is relentless, and he will not stop in his mission until the final battle.
We know this.
As such, Believers must constantly be on the alert, ever ready to engage in the warfare using our spiritual, godly weapons (our words) to cast down imaginations that rise against the knowledge of God.
We must never be so foolish into thinking the enemy will not use his own army of men and women who will work to legislate sin.
We have seen their power and the consequences of us standing on the sideline while they work to overthrow this nation, which was established on godly principles.
This is the fight we are in today, but to those who endure, we will see great victory.
I am sure of this, because the Holy Spirit has already released His power to make us witnesses in the earth.
Our job is not to sit on the pews or on the sidelines while we let other people dictate how our nation will operate.
We must be engaged, because God will do nothing in the earth without His servants, His people...you and me.
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