Halloween is coming, and there’s nothing spookier than the thought of Hillary Rodham Clinton becoming America’s president.
Red-blooded American males should worry if she becomes Jezebel-in-Chief. Hillary hates you and fears your “toxic masculinity” (the feminist slur for almost any expression of male strength and principle). Her agenda will threaten your livelihood, limit your freedom and faith, endanger your children and misinterpret your motives.
Hillary’s presidency will cast a spell over normal gender expression, the natural family and new human life. Her aura emits decay and rebellion, starting with her hatred of God the Father and Jesus Christ.
We should all feel compassion for this apparently lost soul. But in praying for Hillary’s redemption, let’s also pray she never leads our country as long as she believes evil is good, and good is evil.
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Hillary set the most horrendous wife example in recent presidential history by tolerating Bill’s widely known affairs. Yet by “standing by her (depraved) man” and actively attacking his alleged paramours, Hillary justified millions of American adulteries and modeled for our nation’s women a distorted view of marriage as a useful means-to-an-end for ambitious, otherwise-occupied women.
She doesn’t seem to understand responsible masculinity and reacts with paranoia to its expression. Therefore, men of America, get active and tell your friends, family and co-workers: Don’t vote for Hillary.
Hillary is unsettled simply by a strong male nearby. She spent time on Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show obsessing about what she called Trump’s “stalking” demeanor on stage at the second debate.
Seriously? This woman wants to be the leader of the free world and she squirms beside a tall man onstage? America is in real trouble if this woman becomes POTUS. Her instincts and perception are substantially off-kilter.
Hillary “celebrated” the recent 100th anniversary of Planned Parenthood, whose bloody legacy should be mourned, but she once again stands proudly on the dark side of human history.
Feminist Hillary tweeted her endorsement of Planned Parenthood’s Oct. 16 milestone of denying birth to 7 million children.
She tweeted, “I’m proud to stand with Planned Parenthood. I’ll never stop fighting to protect the ability and right of every woman in this country to make her own health decisions.”
Those “health” decisions often deny health – and life – to other humans. To little girls whose fathers will never snuggle them. To little boys whose moms will never wash their muddy sneakers and whose dads will never cheer at their soccer games.
But in Hillary’s view, these lives may end at the pregnant mom’s discretion. In the third debate, she even defended the gruesome “right” to partial birth abortion. Donald Trump rightly called her out for her support of a practice where you can “rip the baby out of the womb.”
Real men don’t abort their own children nor do they vote for politicians who support this.
Clinton is a threat to our sons and grandsons, enabling them to descend to licentiousness, to delay adulthood, to avoid being husbands and committed fathers, to embrace covetousness, to wallow in ignorance and pursue vengeance.
As she champions destructive movements like “Black Lives Matter,” Hillary adds saltpeter to the simmering stew that suppresses maturity in young black men, encouraging instead a pathological sense of entitlement rather than educational and professional achievement, respect for law enforcement and personal integrity.
You can’t fake sincerity. Many of us see through to Hillary’s corrupt core. And the men of America know that she is not in their corner. Many of us women know she is not our champion, either, despite her feminist pretensions.
Hillary will come between a faithful Christian man and his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. If a man wants to stand on his faith convictions at work, or school, or in the public domain, Hillary may use her DOJ and executive power to mandate what actions and speech by him are acceptable. She said in a 2015 speech (to feminists) that if people have beliefs that don’t line up with the liberal agenda, that “deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed.”
Hillary loves weak, feminized boys and men, not authentically masculine ones as designed by God. So she signed on to Obama’s illegitimate transgender bathroom mandate last spring, which allows males who are pretend girls to invade private female space, and for boys’ restrooms to be invaded by girls who are pretend boys.
As president, it’s certain she would extend and expand Obama’s perverted, lawless bathroom legacy.
One such pretend boy is “Gavin” Grimm in Gloucester County, Virginia, the girl whose insistence to be a “guy” in the boys’ restroom prompted a case that may go before the Supreme Court to decide this contrived question: Can girls ever really be boys?
Let’s hear the answer from all you males out there … “NO!”
Going down this road is the worst possible false affirmation for this Virginia teen girl as well. The males in her life – her lawyers, school officials, and others – who have nodded at her pretense and delusion are doing her no favors. Fifteen years from now, few will remember this dispute, but her gender dysphoria may have vanished as she longs to recapture her youth wasted on a huge lie.
But national gender confusion will be the Hillary standard, and America will be more divided and less secure because of her leadership into darkness.
One strong male does stand up to Hillary Clinton. It’s Donald Trump. Despite his known weaknesses, Trump still displays many strengths important to a presidency. He advocates policies to affirm families, uphold religious freedom, encourage productivity, hold the media accountable and foster national security.
And I am hoping he may have matured as a result of this campaign.
I lean toward giving Donald Trump a chance. If he enacts only half of what he has pledged, America will benefit.
It’s not quite the vision many of us had for the election, but Hillary as president? No way!
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