You need to know that a vote for Hillary Clinton is a vote to swing the balance of the Supreme Court, virtually irrevocably, against us.
A vote for Hillary Clinton is a vote to not only permit, but bring in federal subsidies for abortion.
A vote for Hillary is a vote to put religious freedom, already precarious, into a much more endangered position, because the checks and balances of what would normally block the government are themselves being eroded.
And you are voting for a regime in which justice becomes increasingly discretionary, as I saw terrifyingly in my own case.
In Hillary’s America, I think it is an illusion to think that we as conservatives, as Christians, can retreat into our private spaces, drive our pickup truck to school or work, pray in church, and they will leave us unmolested.
They will not do that. They have no intention of doing that. In a democratic society, as Christians—think about it, how did we lose the media? Not enough of us got involved. How did we lose academia? Not enough of us went to those schools. How did we lose Hollywood?
Not enough of us make movies. We gave up that territory, and then we pretend to be shocked when they use their power to beat the heck out of us.
We’ve seen the latest WikiLeaks emails. In them, you see the kind of bigotry that the Democrats will indulge in privately against evangelicals, against Catholics. When you listen to it, you ask yourself this question: ‘Will they ever say that about a Muslim?’ Never.