ARIZONA: Wyoming’s out-going RINO Rep. Liz Cheney’s (R-Wyo.) sponsored an “anti-endorsement” ad against Arizona’s Republican gubernatorial candidate. It led to a YUGE surge in donations for Kari LOL.
BAAL: On November 8, Election Day for our midterms, the full moon will go into total eclipse in front of the constellation Taurus the Bull. It will peak at 5:59 a.m. EST, exactly as the first polls open.
In Christianity, the Sun, which provides illumination, represents God the Father, while the Moon, which reflects the light of the Sun, represents Jesus who shows the Father to us here on Earth in a way we can clearly see.
But on Election Day, the Earth will block the light of the Sun, darkening the Moon and making Taurus the Bull stand out. It’s hard not to wonder if this is a sign that the United States of America is finished as a Christian nation.
COMMONWEALTH GAMES: [20:49] – The opening ceremony on July 28th, 2022, was jam packed with Ba’al worship and references to the Book of Revelation.
GEORGIA: [4:37] – Barack Obama went to Georgia to campaign for Warnock and apparently spent his time throwing mud at the Republican candidate. Walker threw it all right back.
IRAN: Last month, police beat a young woman to death for not wearing her hijab properly. Iranian Christians suffer similar abuse. But rather than make people more compliant, the mullahs’ intolerance is making them more angry and disillusioned with the status quo. And Jesus is moving hearts in ever-increasing numbers. Open Doors estimates there are now more than a million Christians in Iran.
ITALY: Italian health care workers who were suspended from their jobs for rejecting the ‘rona jab will soon be reinstated.
TRANS: The Florida Board of Medicine has voted to ban puberty blockers and hormone therapies for minors under the age of 18, unless those treatments are required for a physical issue. Board members said the decision was made based on the irreversibility of the drugs and the growing number of people choosing to de-transition.
ZUCKERBUCKS: A judge has fined Facebook parent company Meta $24.7M for more than 800 intentional violations of campaign finance disclosure laws.
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