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October 5, 2020

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Secret Service agents criticize Trump car ride: 'This should never have happened'
President Trump will be leaving Walter Reed Hospital a few days after testing positive for COVID-19. While his physician, Sean Conley, told reporters that Trump will be monitored while at the White House, Trump tweeted this morning, “Feeling really good! Don’t be afraid of Covid. Don't let it dominate your life.” –via The Washington Post
Meanwhile, several secret service agents have criticized the president for riding in an SUV with agents yesterday evening outside the hospital to greet supporters. – via The Hill
“To fear the LORD is to hate evil; I hate pride and arrogance, evil behavior and perverse speech.” – Proverbs 8:13
Regarding the President’s actual state of health, there have been contradictory stories leaving the public uncertain of the truth. The White House and its spokespersons simply don’t have a track record of honesty and transparency so when they contradict other information it leaves us in the dark and confused about the truth in this situation.
Nevertheless, we’ve seen in the past few days that his COVID diagnosis hasn’t affected his pride and egotistical behavior as he recklessly risked those who are sworn to protect him.
We are 29 days away from Election Day, and he obviously hasn’t changed from COVID. Let’s vote him out.
Vote. Encourage your friends and family to either vote on Election Day, vote early, or register for mail-in voting, but do it quickly because the deadlines for voter registration are getting closer, depending on each state.
“Let nothing disturb you,
nothing frighten you,
all things are passing,
God is unchanging.
Patience gains all;
nothing is lacking to those who have God:
God alone is sufficient.”
St. Teresa of Ávila
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