April 14, 2021

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Rush, the Champion of Good Was Despised by Those Who Are Evil

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Rush, the Champion of Good Was Despised

by Those Who Are Evil

COMMON SENSE: Lest we forget, our struggle is not only with flesh and blood. We are in a cosmic struggle between Good and Evil, between the Progressive Children of Darkness and the patriotic Children of Light. Whether you like it or not, you are also a participant in this struggle.

Choose your side but choose it wisely. It will determine who you will be for the rest of your life. Do you want to be aligned with the Progressives, those who champion the New World Order, along with its corrupt leaders who engage in depraved sexual perversions, or do you want to be counted among those who are unabashedly patriotic, those who place the USA first? You can be on God’s side or Satan’s, but you can’t be in both. Straddling the fence has ceased to be an option.

Yesterday, a champion for the Children of Light passed away after a long illness. Once the death of Rush Limbaugh was announced by his wife, Catherine, a spontaneous outpouring of love and affection for this pillar of strength poured forth on social media. Once announced, millions began the grief process for a man who was their daily friend for over thirty years. At the same time, as a counterbalance, the Children of Darkness let their views about Rush be known, choosing their favorite weapon to do so, malice. Here are some of the quotes posted by Progressive academics:

—Rush is dead and his shame is eternal. Save your mourning energy for activism to dismantle the evil world he helped build. May his name be an instructive curse forever—Stephen L. Young

—When a terrible piece of scum who caused immeasurable harm to millions dies, there is no sympathy. Only a desire that they suffered until their last breath—Dr. Sarah Parcak

—V grateful that from today forward I will live in a world without Rush Limbaugh in it—Dr. James McMaster

—Rush Limbaugh is almost singularly responsible for making my childhood home more hostile, more anti-intellectual, and more oppositional. He was the worst of us . . .—Nick Mariner

—I wouldn’t say I was happy Rush Limbaugh died. It’s more like euphoria—Scott Shapiro

There were others, many others, but I believe my point has been made. If you choose the darkness, the character qualities associated with it will become part of you. It will become who you are. Is this what you want for yourself? Do you want to be hateful? Do you want to become a venomous person? Venom comes from snakes, from serpents, and from the Prince of Darkness, Satan. Do you want to be in the same camp as people like these? I sure don’t.

Although none of the fools quoted above realize it, terrible consequences are associated with being the kind of people they have chosen to be. Their mocking, scoffing malevolence may be temporarily rewarded in the Kingdom of Darkness, but they will be held accountable for their actions eventually. Sadly, for them, they don’t know what the Children of Light do. “There is no creature hidden from His sight, but all things are open and laid bare to the eyes of Him to whom we must answer (Hebrews 4:13, NAS).

Although they do not believe this is true and scoff at the notion, the struggle between the Children of Darkness and the Children of Light is real, and it will end badly for the proponents of evil. They may smirk contemptuously now, but their day is coming. There will be a reckoning. When there is, let me assure you, you don’t want to be counted among them.


—Jack Watts