As the fiery sun looked back at me, I started telling Him about the lame politicians, the liberal media, and I mentioned how hard it was getting to keep on going. He seemed to understand because His glow was strong and powerful, yet soft and warm.

“Didn’t He understand how hard it is to read where a politician who is ‘on your side’ votes with the other side?” writes Tucker. “Or how the media portrays a corrupt man as a great guy and portrays a great guy as a weak man? Or how hard it is to trust anyone anymore?”

His glow got stronger and wider and the horizon lit up across the roof tops. His message back to me was “I understand, Billie. I got some bad press too. I was a good guy and they painted me as a bad guy. And, remember I was betrayed too.”

Tucker ends the piece with a prayer to be guided in “fighting against tyranny,” and encourages supporters to pray that “God Save the USA.”

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