Some eight years ago Americans were duped into believing they needed hope and change. Taking the bait, and swallowing the hook, line and sinker, America’s hope turned out to be a Marxist Islamic revolutionary that put the country on the path to destruction.
Millions dropped out of the workforce for no hope of ever having a job. Millions more could no longer afford health insurance; terror attacks on American soil increased and continued and millions of impoverished illegals stormed our unsecured borders bringing crime and disease.
Laws were not followed nor enforced; race relations deteriorated. And now, on her way out, the “first lady” says America is feeling what not having hope is like. How ironic.
In her last interview from the White House and her first direct response to the November 9 election result, the “first lady” told Oprah Winfrey, “Now we’re feeling what not having hope feels like. Hope is necessary.”
These remarks underscore the epitaph of a failed presidency. To be so narcissistic to think that you are the only one that can bring hope to America and that when you are gone, Americans will no longer know what hope feels like is a sad statement.
The hope the current “president” brought to America was the hope of Marxists and Islamists that the nation would be remade into a totalitarian regime-not the hope of improving a free Republic.
Now, rejected by the American public, these impostors are incredulous that their revolution was not allowed unabated. They are making up stories of fake news and state actors influencing the election.
They try to blame others for bringing their dirty deeds to the light, trying to shift responsibility of their failure to secure sensitive data—instead of taking responsibility for the horrible underhanded, unethical, and possibly illegal actions that were exposed because of their failures.
In reality, it was their fake news narrative that their revolution was so supported and so popular that those opposing it shouldn’t even bother to vote. They are paper lions roaring squeaks of failed propaganda.
The hope and change “president” ends his reign with his wife saying, “America has no hope” That pretty much sums up the last eight years, although she was speaking of the future.
For me and my house, we have hope. While the election results were encouraging, our hope rests not on a politician, but on the Messiah. As Jesus said in John 8:12:
“I am the light of the world: he that follows me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.”
It is in Christ that our hope should rest, not in some godless politician. Hope and faith are intrinsically wound together. As in Hebrews 11:1, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.”
If you have faith, you have hope. That speaks volumes about the “first lady’s” comments.
Have a blessed and powerful day!