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Nikki Haley calls out Andrew McCabe and the real problem in his actions

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Nikki Haley calls Andrew McCabe out for what he did

Anyone following the Andrew McCabe book-selling tour has already formed their opinions about the validity of his claims. Many supporters of President Trump feel has a lying crook who’s out to make a buck at the expense of the President’s reputation. Other supporters think he’s a traitor who attempted to orchestrate a coup from within the White House itself. Critics of the President likely wish McCabe had been successful in taking down the President.

Few are seeing this for what it really is. Among the few is former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley.

This is, at its core, the real issue that should be discussed. It doesn’t matter what the tribes think or how they feel about the actions or intentions. What’s important is that within our system, there is a pathway through which plans to take down an elected public official – in this case the highest in the land – without risk of repercussions. No checks. No balances. If someone doesn’t care for the politics of a President and that someone happens to have access to the White House itself, they have the ability to take actions against the President with no risk to them.

No risk means… why not? That’s not a good thing. The burden of evidence of any assertion must be on the person or people making that assertion. In this instance, a loophole to this logic was clearly exposed.

 


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Proverbs 4:18 – ‘path of the just’

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But the path of the just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day. – Proverbs 4:18 (KJV)

The simple but important lessons found in the early parts of Proverbs plays almost like Shakespearean words of wisdom. They are, of course, more inspired and more important. They also have much better advice.

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Exodus 20:8 – ‘the sabbath day’

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Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy. – Exodus 20:8 (KJV)

This is something that should not require a reminder since it happens every seven days, but the Lord knew it would become a challenge for His people. It did, and today the holy sabbath is not honored by the majority of people. Even those who go to church rarely do this simple commandment. We have found that when we remember and honor the sabbath, we are rejuvenated, fulfilled, and prepared for the week ahead.

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Luke 5:31-32 – ‘sinners to repentance’

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Luke 5:31-32 sinners to repentance

31 And Jesus answering said unto them, They that are whole need not a physician; but they that are sick.
32 I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.

Luke 5:31-32 (KJV)

This was such an important statement by Yeshua for us all to understand. The ancient Jewish leaders didn’t get it much in the same way that our leaders, both spiritual and secular, don’t get it. Yeshua brought salvation to the people who deserved it least as long as they would follow Him. Sinners were always going to be more thankful than those who believe they’re righteous.

We are all sinners, therefore Yeshua came for us all.

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