Star Parker: Manufactured Votes

Here are the facts: President Trump increased his share of the vote so dramatically that, if this had been the 2016 election, he would have carried the popular vote by 12 million — an unparalleled landslide. More significantly, he would have done so with real voters and not manufactured votes.

That’s why I know that no matter what happens with the Presidential election, this isn’t the time to give up. We must continue our work. In fact, we need to double our efforts because what we’re doing works. And the Left is terrified. That’s why, through the art of deception, they want us to quit.

We must not fall for their lies.

Here’s what truly works to change minds about big government through our efforts at CURE, the non-profit policy organization that I founded 25 years ago:

— Our Clergy Center now has 500 pastors who discover and spread our message about self-government to millions of Americans in their communities.

— Our TV show, where we examine topics with a critical lens, is now on its 24th episode and in millions of homes.

— And we’re about to launch a major policy initiative to show policy makers how to end the cycle of poverty and the welfare state through tried and tested methods.

Can I depend on you during this unusual time?

I promise you I will not quit. And I hope you won’t either.

If you understand what is at stake like me — and I know you do — you know how critical our work is at this moment.

When Jesus knew His hour had come that He would depart from this world, he comforted his disciples:

“Do not let your heart be troubled; believe in God, believe also in Me.” (John 14:1)

In these troubling times, I am inspired by God to act.

My team and I can only do the work to spread the truth with the financial support from you and freedom-lovers like you.

Photo credit: By Tom Arthur from Orange, CA, United States – vote for better tape, CC BY-SA 2.0

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2 comments

  1. Geren Clifton Ambrose

    Starr, you are respected, let that dead dog lay and be buried.