The Capitol Tragedy: A Planned Coup by the Left

I heard the most interesting and revealing interview of Michele Bachmann the other day regarding what happened on January 6th at the Capitol. I’m not 100% convinced of everything she claims, but it seems to make sense to me, and I think it needs further investigation. I organized my notes in 10 points.

Michele Bachmann on the Scene

Michele Bachmann, a former Minnesota Congress woman and a 2012 presidential candidate, was on the scene at the Trump Rally and also in the Capitol. She came to pray and to speak to a few high-ranking government leaders (like Mike Pompeo). While she was in the capitol the riots started, and she said she was so surprised to hear some people say that it was Trump supporters that were the rioters.  According to what she had observed, Trump supporters were “the nicest people.” Many of them came mainly to pray. What she experienced among Trump supporters was an atmosphere of happiness; “like a happy family reunion.” She said, there were no unhappy or mad people; no shouting or swearing.

Rioters were a Professional Group

Bachmann said, the agitators that stormed into the Capitol were not Trump Supporters. They were professional people; the same people who showed up at Minneapolis and Portland to riot.

Identity Theft by Imposters

The premise of the left and the media (and now most people) is that Trump followers, especially Christians, did the rioting. But it was imposters, according to Bachmann, that put on Trump clothing that did the rioting. She said (and I agree) that it is a case of “identity theft.” They stole President Trump’s identity and his follower’s identity. They made them to look like terrorists. But none of that is true. The media, even Fox News, gave a false narrative. Bachmann said, “What they were saying was not what I observed.”

Some Good People Were Swept Up in The Excitement

Bachmann said that besides the destructive and violent agitators, there were also a few good people who came to the Trump rally that got swept into what was happening. They actually went into the Capitol but did not do violence. This was the testimony of one man who said that he went into the capitol but tried to be respectful.

Weeping Trump Supporters

Bachmann witnessed that there were some Trump supporters that were weeping. They were there mainly for the purpose of prayer and fasting for America, and they suddenly were realizing that they were being used. Their identity was being stolen just as their votes were stolen.

A Planned Coup

Leading up to the tragic events, there was nothing but prayer and peacefulness. Then suddenly, out of nowhere, a group of agitators stormed toward the Capitol and broke in. In Bachman’s opinion, it was a planned coup. And there seems to be evidence to prove it: 1) The agitators in some places were let into the Capitol, by Capitol police, and were not stopped. They did nothing to stop them. 2) They even opened the gates to let them in (very odd). 3) They knew how to get to Pelosi’s office. Bachman testified that it is very hard to find places in the Capitol if you have never been there before. It seems obvious that they had it all mapped out. 4) It seems apparent that the agitators had been planning this and that they had help from some people (on the left) who knew their way around.

Purpose of the Coup

It is apparent to me that the left is desperate to try to discourage conservatives to be involved with Trump and in politics. Some supporters are being told by others, “Will you now renounce Trump.” Also, I think the left has been given a poor image because of the riots in Minneapolis and Portland and other cities. And so, this attempt at identity theft is what they dreamt up to even the score—to make conservative Christians look bad. How sad is that?

The Hypocrisy of the Left

The left described the terrible riots in Minneapolis and Portland as “peaceful protests.” But now that conservatives are blamed for what happed at the Capitol, everything is reversed. Nothing was peaceful. And all Trump supporters are now being blamed by the media for the riots—all 75 million of us.

What is Ahead for the Country? None of it is Good.

  • A one-party rule—Democrats
  • Persecution of Christians and conservatives; and a loss of our freedoms
  • An economy that won’t work
  • More taxes
  • Fewer jobs
  • Inflation
  • More viruses and vaccines
  • More of the LGTB agenda
  • An anti-Israel agenda and a return to Iran deal
  • We will probably never have a legitimate election again
  • We are fast headed for a global government: the great reset, etc.

A Word of Encouragement for Christians

Cling to the word of God and be filled with His Spirit. Speak the truth and walk in the truth. We need to find outlets that tell us the truth. Look up and eagerly wait for His coming!

What To Do If You Are Arrested For Being A Conservative Christian?

Since January 6th, since all of the blame for the Capitol break-in was put on Trump followers, we can anticipate a crackdown on all trump followers—many of which are Christians.

If you have listened to the media, especially the left-wing media, you will hear that they are blaming all Trump followers (who are conservatives) for not only the break-in at the Capitol, but for many other things. Yes, we will be blamed for many things, and arrested.

We have already experienced the take-down of Parler, which is a conservative social media company. Hence, conservatives have been stripped of their freedom of speech just because they are conservative, and because they are getting in the way of the left-wing global agenda.

Believe me, it will get worse and worse. The Bible promises it (read 2 Timothy 3:13).

What should we do when we are wrongly arrested and persecuted? How should we act? The Bible tells us exactly what to do, and it insures us of a blessed hope even in persecution.

What to do?

1. We should rejoice and be glad.

Rejoice, and be glad, for your reward in heaven is great, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you (Matthew 5:12).

2. We should love and pray for our persecutors.

But I say to you, love your enemies, and pray for those who persecute you 45 in order that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven; for He causes His sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous (Matt. 5:44-45).

3. We should not worry about what to say in our defense.

But when they deliver you up, do not become anxious about how or what you will speak; for it shall be given you in that hour what you are to speak. 20 “For it is not you who speak, but it is the Spirit of your Father who speaks in you (Matt. 10:19-20).

4. We should reach out and bless our persecutors.

Bless those who persecute you; bless and curse not (Rom. 12:14).

What will be our reward?

1. Blessing.

Blessed are you when men cast insults at you, and persecute you, and say all kinds of evil against you falsely, on account of Me. 12 “Rejoice, and be glad, for your reward in heaven is great, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you (Matt. 5:11-12).

But to the degree that you share the sufferings of Christ, keep on rejoicing; so that also at the revelation of His glory, you may rejoice with exultation. 14 If you are reviled for the name of Christ, you are blessed, because the Spirit of glory and of God rests upon you (1 Peter 4:13-14).

2. We will be rewarded in Heaven.

Rejoice, and be glad, for your reward in heaven is great, for so they persecuted the prophets who were before you (Matta. 5:12).

Update: Bahrain, Mice, Racism, and more

Bahrain is a very small Island/ Country just west of Qatar.

Work. It’s Monday, not a lot going on as far as work. I have a small job on Wednesday; I just have to paint three doors, Tarrytown green. Fun.

Mice. Following up on my latest article about my mouse problem: I haven’t seen any mice for a few days. But I am convinced that I did have one or two mice—and I was not hallucinating. My evidence, besides seeing them, was finding a few black, small droppings under the stove, in back of the juicer, and on the bathroom floor in the corner. Gross! I am more motivated now to clean and make sure I have nothing laying around where they can nest. I would be mortified if I found a nest with baby mice in it. And I asked around to all the other apartments in my building, and no one has seen any mice. Why is it just me?

Bahrain. Just too days ago, Bahrain came on board with UAE. Now we have two nations at peace with Israel, which confirms my previous article on the fact that bible prophecy is now happening; and so, the Ezekiel Invasion (Ezek. 38, 39) is coming soon—which also means that the Rapture is coming soon. It is so exciting to see these things falling into place.

My church looking at racism. I tend not to want to talk about or hear anyone talk about racism. I think that is mainly in our past. And for the most part I think it was dealt with back in the 60’s. But our pastor has chosen to tackle it. Well, so far, I think he is doing a great job. His main motivation is evangelism in our community, which has a mixed race. So, we figure that our church should really have a mixed race of people. And, for the most part, we do.

His text was from Revelation 7:9: “After these things I looked, and behold a great multitude which no one could count, from every nation and all tribes and peoples and tongues, standing before the throne and before the Lamb…”

So, he got from that verse that in heaven there will be a mixed race of people: all nations, tribes, and languages. It is a beautiful picture. We should not see heaven as a blend of the races, say all brown people. No. It will be multi-colored. Very colorful! And we will love and accept each other as we are. So, the main message is that we need to humble ourselves, face up to, and talk about where we are concerning how we feel about each other—people of other races. Sin wants to hide; but redemption demands honesty, humility and transparency.

But we also need to be careful and wise. Riots are not the way to deal with anything. Anger will not solve anything. And we know now that there are anarchists that want to take advantage of any hurtful situation in order to destroy our country. We don’t need another civil war. We need prayer and revival, and we need law and order to go along with it.

My reading. I just started reading Live Free Or Die, by Sean Hannity. Good grief. I had no idea that the book would be so deep. I mean, it is like a text book with tons of research. It’s a book I could definitely read more than once. There is so much in it. It is not that hard to read, just so much in it. Oh well, I will just read it slow, a little at a time. It is good. A lot of good information about our great country.

Slavery: How does God View Slavery?

When I read in the bible about how God deals with slavery and polygamy, and other sins, I have to stop and think. I sometimes wonder why He hasn’t spent more time condemning those things. It almost seems like He has just gone along with it—tolerated it. From the beginning of time it seems that slavery has occurred, and all through the Old Testament most men have had more than one wife. And divorce was also rampant. It wasn’t until Jesus came along in the New Testament that polygamy and divorce were dealt with. But even in the New Testament slavery was still an issue—still something that seemed to be excepted as normal (Eph. 6:5-9; Philemon).

Well, I don’t know what to say, except that from the beginning God gave man free will—the freedom to do as he wished. And God rarely intervened, except in the flood, and also when He directed Israel to wipe out the evil nations (by Joshua’s leadership).

But it is interesting how God has worked within the evil world system to bring testing on His people in order to discipline us. And we are commanded to live in this world without complaining so that we may appear as shinning light in the world (Phil. 2:14-15), and be a pleasure to God.

In regard to slavery, it has seemed that God hasn’t said much about it, except how masters ought to treat slaves and how slaves ought to please their masters (Eph. 6:5-9). So, even after Christ, slavery seemed to be excepted, but something that should be regulated or made acceptable —more like a boss and an employee.

But that certainly wasn’t how it has been—all the way into the 60’s in our country (USA). And it has taken a long time to change it. Even now there is still so much tension between whites and blacks. And what’s going on now with this Black Lives Matter movement is not helping. It seems to be just stirring up more bitterness.

I sometimes wonder why God didn’t put a stop to slavery from the start. Surely, He saw what would happen and the racism. But, like I said, that’s not how God chose to work. He gave us free will; and He also gave us the ability to ask for His help. We should do that. We should be constantly praying and asking Him to help us with our tendency toward racism. Instead of all the riots and the terrible BLM speeches (with awful language), made to stir people up to do horrible things, Christians should meet together to pray, and then be obedient in however He directs.