The propaganda media are trying to discourage Trump-supporters by reporting on court losses for the legal team and emphasizing what they characterize as disorganization among the hastily assembled teams of lawyers. Don’t fall for the psy-ops! More>>
The Arizona state legislature will hold a hearing on election integrity on Monday, November 30.
The public hearing will be chaired by Representative Mark Finchem, LD-11 with a number of House and Senate members on the hearing panel. More>>
An MP has described the inhumane treatment that Uyghur women living in China are subjected to which includes forced abortion and sterilisation.
Speaking during a debate on International Development and Gender-based Violence, Conservative MP, Fiona Bruce, described the horror that Uyghur women are forced to endure. More>>
Authorities in Florida think they’ve found the body of a Mashpee teen who went missing in October, the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday.
The body was found around noon Wednesday in a field off Route 95 in Fellsmere, Florida. The body is presumed to be Jalajhia Finklea. The 18-year-old went missing on Oct. 20. The Cape Cod Times reported earlier this month that Finklea was five months pregnant when she disappeared the day before her 18th birthday. More>>
The lawsuit, which names Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State and Chair of the Georgia State Election Board Brad Raffensperger among the defendants, alleges multiple Constitutional violations, citing fact witnesses, expert witnesses and statistical impossibilities within the election results, and says tens of thousands of votes were impacted — enough to sway the state in favor of projected President-Elect Joe Biden. More>>
“Propelled by hope for a brighter future, these intrepid men and women endured two long months at sea, tired and hungry, to arrive in a new world full of potential,” he wrote.
Trump recalled that the community celebrated the first Thanksgiving in America the following year despite unprecedented hardship in the New World.
“This seminal event in the history of our Nation is a continual reminder of the power of faith, love, perseverance, prayer, and fellowship,” he wrote.
The president recalled that the Mayflower Compact developed by the pilgrims was the beginning of democracy in America.
“Defined by majority rule through elected leaders responsible for creating ‘just and equal laws,’ the Mayflower Compact represents the first chapter in the long tradition of self-determination and rule of law in America,” he wrote, noting that 156 years later, the Founding Fathers enshrined that concept when forming the United States government.
He also recalled that the pilgrims lost nearly half of their community to exposure, disease, and starvation in the winter that followed, but they never lost their faith in God.
“Despite unimaginable hardships, these first Americans nevertheless remained firm in their faith and unwavering in their commitment to their dreams,” he wrote. “They forged friendships with the Wampanoag Tribe, fostered a spirit of common purpose among themselves, and trusted in God to provide for them.”
He cited the pilgrims’ struggle while acknowledging the challenge of the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the world in 2020.
“In the midst of suffering and loss, we are witnessing the remarkable courage and boundless generosity of the American people as they come to the aid of those in need, reflecting the spirit of those first settlers who worked together to meet the needs of their community,” he wrote.
He thanked first responders, medical professionals, essential workers who fought and sacrificed during the pandemic.
“Despite unprecedented challenges, we have not faltered in the face of adversity,” he wrote, noting that the country had rebuilt medical stockpiles and developed vaccines and therapeutics in record time.
The president also thanked members of the Armed Forces, law enforcement, and first responders for their sacrifices during the holiday season.
“This Thanksgiving, we reaffirm our everlasting gratitude for all that we enjoy, and we commemorate the legacy of generosity bestowed upon us by our forbearers,” he concluded. “Although challenges remain, we will never yield in our quest to live up to the promise of our heritage. As we gather with our loved ones, we resolve with abiding faith and patriotism to celebrate the joys of freedom and cherish the hope and peace of a brighter future ahead.”