The 2020 election has become about something much bigger than Trump vs. Biden.
It is now about a choice of what kind of country America will be. Do we want to retain our national identity, our freedoms and our Constitution? Or do we want to be ruled by a mob, made up of a tiny radical minority?
General Michael Flynn has written an excellent column on this subject.
Here’s an excerpt from The Western Journal:
Exclusive from Gen. Flynn: If We Don’t Act, 2% of the People Are About To Control the Other 98%
I was once told if we’re not careful, 2 percent of the passionate will control 98 percent of the indifferent 100 percent of the time.
The more I’ve thought about this phrase, the more I believe it. There is now a small group of passionate people working hard to destroy our American way of life. Treason and treachery are rampant and our rule of law and those law enforcement professionals who uphold our laws are under the gun more than at any time in our nation’s history. These passionate 2 percent appear to be winning.
Despite there being countless good people trying to come to grips with everything else on their plates, our silent majority (the indifferent) can no longer be silent.
If the United States wants to survive the onslaught of socialism, if we are to continue to enjoy self-government and the liberty of our hard-fought freedoms, we have to understand there are two opposing forces: One is the “children of light” and the other is the “children of darkness.”
As I recently wrote, the art and exercise of self-governance require active participation by every American. I wasn’t kidding! And voting is only part of that active participation. Time and again, the silent majority have been overwhelmed by the “audacity and resolve” of small, well-organized, passionate groups. It’s now time for us, the silent majority (the indifferent), to demonstrate both.
Flynn tweeted out a link to his column:
2% of the passionate will control 98 % of the indifferent 100 % of the time if we don’t wake up.
— General Flynn (@GenFlynn) June 29, 2020
He is absolutely correct.
This election is even more important than 2016. The stakes are higher.