Virginia’s governor and his secular allies are furious with the citizens of Virginia.
They’re angry because voters elected a General Assembly who rejected the governor’s scheme to expand taxpayer-funded healthcare.
The Governor declared to the media that, one way or another, he will find a trick to pass his progressive agenda without approval from the voters!
This is an extremist agenda that forces taxpayers to pay for abortions.
Robert, nearly 250 years ago, a king thought he also didn't need approval from citizens to pass new laws.
We know the rest of the story.
But what some may not realize, the heart of this rebellion was the pastors who spoke like thunder from the pulpits. They organized the colonists to protect their God-given freedom.
We need pastors to speak like thunder, once again, to unite pro-family Virginians to secure a pro-family majority!
I know you agree, Robert. But I need to share something with you that might come as a surprise.
Church leaders believe all their church members vote on election day. But we've run the numbers and this is, unfortunately, not true.
Right now, races are so close across Virginia, that we need every Christian to vote.
Take a look at these figures from the last election where pro-family candidates lost to secular progressives:
Senate Seat: lost by 11 votes House Seat: lost by 223 votes House Seat: lost by 1,038 votes Governor: lost by only 2.5 percent Attorney General: lost by less than 1,000 votes out of 2.2 million!
Plain and simple, if more Christians had voted on election day, we wouldn't have to deal with a governor who will subvert the rule of law to pass his secular agenda.
But we have a plan to change that.
Right now, my team is organizing training for pastors across Virginia, with your financial sponsorship, so they can be sure every one of their church members is registered to vote and actually votes on election day.