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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