This morning’s Twitter hits …

I don’t wish anyone harm. I’ll just say that karma wins. All of the excess bile generated by hatred and meanness builds up.

Whaaat??

The struggle to protect the unborn continues.

Sounds logical, considering what we know now.

Good advice.

Charlie’s morning prayer.

Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend!

 

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4 Responses to This morning’s Twitter hits …

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    All good one, especially Charlie Daniels’ prayer.

    Liked by 5 people

  2. lovely says:

    Nadler has soaked himself in evil, he is an enemy of humanity. May he make a full repentance and humble himself before God. My compassion is for his humanity not his person.

    ***

    The struggle to protect the unborn continues.

    These new laws that are being signed are being brilliantly done. They are a direct legal challenge to Roe v Wade.

    Thurgood Marshall one of the strongest proponents of abortion said that if science proved humanity of the unvorn then the decision of Roe V Wade would have to be revisited.

    Science beyond the reasonable man’s doubt has proven the humanity of the unborn.

    ****
    I wonder what Obama found when he was spying on Mitt?

    Never ever forget this image.

    ***

    Dan Bongino is a fearless street fighter, I like him.

    ****

    Jon Voight is awesome. He must be so sad about the way his daughter lives her life.

    ****
    And Amen, Charlie.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      One of my Bible readings last night said everything that need be said re: Nadler. imo
      “Have you not brought this upon yourself
      by forsaking the Lord your God,
      when He led you in the way?” Jer 2:17
      How miserable people like Nadler, Romney, and Crooked Clinton must be. Sad

      Liked by 1 person

      • lovely says:

        How miserable people like Nadler, Romney, and Crooked Clinton must be. Sad

        I agree 100% that they are miserable people. Imagine they can never lay down their heads in peace. Ever. That is draining for the body, mind, heart and soul and it shows in the face particularly with Romney and Clinton.

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