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Monday, December 9, 2019

IN THE NAME OF JESUS: Remnant TV Video Tops 1,000,000 Views

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"As the Bible tells us, when the Wise Men 'had come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary, his mother, and fell down and worshipped him.' Christians give thanks that the Son of God came into the world to save humanity.  Jesus Christ inspires us to love one another with hearts full of generosity and grace.” - President Donald Trump, Christmas Tree Ceremony, 2019.

Ever hear the President of France say anything even remotely like this? How about the Chancellor of Germany? Spain? Portugal? Just presidential lip service? In that case, what the world really needs is more lip service! 


One can only imagine the gallic shock that would quake the earth of ‘Catholic’ France, for example, if the insufferable President Emmanuel Macron were to even mention Christmas, much less relay the story of the birth of Jesus Christ to the citizens of France. The man can barely muster a New Year's greeting each year, and has no official Christmas greeting at all...ever.

Last time I checked, in fact, France’s State Council – the highest administrative court in land – ruled that “Christmas cribs could only be allowed in town halls and other public buildings” if they had a “cultural, artistic or festive purpose” and did not “demonstrate a public recognition or preference for a given religion”.

And here’s Trump out there telling Bible stories on international television!

I realize some traditional Catholic never-Trumpers will jump to judge: "He doesn't mean a word he's saying"; "He's a fake!"; Or my personal favorite: "He's a one-worlder himself, and everyone from Soros to Bergoglio to Pelosi is just PRETENDING to hate Trump." (Good to know and call us when the shuttle lands.)

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I would like to posit a more plausible scenario: President Trump is exactly what he says he is – a businessman living in a post-Christian world, the son of immigrants, a person who does, in fact, love this country and is actually intrigued by the challenge to make her great again.

One needn’t make the man into Saint Donald to see this as not only plausible but actually the one scenario that makes the most sense.

Here’s the thing: Trump is not a Catholic. Trump is divorced and remarried. Trump didn’t just jump off a holy card. We get it! But in his own unconventional way, Trump actually believes in God and, what’s more, he does want to give something back to the country that gave his family so much.

As the grandson of immigrants myself, I can readily appreciate this attitude. Despite a pretty keen awareness of my country’s fundamental flaws, America is my home, patriotism is a natural virtue, and I thank God for the hearth and home that God in His goodness has provided for me and my family. And if I were a billionaire, I too would want to give something back to the country that played host to my family’s prosperous success.

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That said, Trump’s strongest suit is probably not his humility. He does everything big, which is why it’s consistent with his personality that he would also want to make his country the best in the world. And this, where his George Soros-backed critics are concerned, is both garment-rending heresy and flat-out treason against the New World Order.

You want to know why they all hate Trump? Here's why: Because he might just succeed...and the New World Order can't compete with that. 

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As an aside, traditional Catholics need to put Trump the man in proper context. Throughout his entire life, the Catholic Church—the world’s only moral authority—has been in chaos and revolution, wherein examples of virtue and fidelity to moral law came few and far between.

So, yes, Trump struggled in his personal life…along with millions of other people who struggled with their personal lives since the Catholic Church went insane and the protestant sects autodestructed. But Trump remembers a better time in America, and so why should we be surprised when he sees that as a superior model on which to ‘make America great again” than the moral chaos and cultural rot he sees all around him now, compliments of the anti-Christians?

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Trump has retained a basic belief in God, along with a vague and rudimentary appreciation of the massive social and political contributions of Christianity. He doesn’t hate Jesus Christ or want to essentially lock up all those who follow Him, as his critics seem to want to do.

Trump doesn't fit in. He believes in personal responsivity and hard work. And he’s just old school enough to figure that religion is good for this country.  Basic stuff, to be sure, but also “hateful” stuff the New World Orderians thought they’d stomped out decades ago. 

Maybe this is why practicing Catholics are going to vote for him in 2020. In fact, according to a new nationwide poll from RealClear and EWTN News, “Catholics who say they accept all Church teachings are more likely than other Americans to say they are planning to vote for Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election.”

Praise God, the Catholics are finally waking up. 

Despite Trump’s sins and flaws, he’s challenging millions all around the world to dare to hope again and even to consider the possibility that resistance might not be futile after all. And THAT's why the Masters of the Swamp hate him so much. That’s why they’ll do anything—even risk their own political future in a desperate attempt to impeach him where there is neither cause nor case—to see to it that something like Donald Trump never happens again.

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Why? Because they can't live in a country where folks like us get to breathe the same air they do. They can’t tolerate a society where people still believe that God, Country and Family are more important to the common good than the socialist and Christophobic sewage Trump's powerful enemies have been pumping out of the swamp and into the streets of America for fifty years. 

At the end of the day, the impeachment of Trump has much more to do with us than with him. They want to brand us as political liabilities for which no future president will ever vouch again. Between now and November 2020, they want to put deplorables like us back in the basket once and for all.  

And as the globalists come out of the closet with even the pope on their leash -- proudly flying the flags of their Orwellian agenda -- well, buying wake-up time is crucial right now, which is why The Remnant will again endorse Trump/Pence in 2020.

On that note, just a quick word about little Remnant TV's very first 1,000,000-view video. It's called "MERRY CHRISTMAS! Trump Praises 'Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ," and it includes the following message in its introductory text:

“In a world at war with Jesus Christ, where His Holy Name is taken in vain a million times every day, it is significant when the leader of the most powerful nation on earth not only says His Name, but refers to Him as ‘Our Lord and Savior’ while opening the national celebration of His birth.”

I wrote these words two Christmases ago, and I’m convinced they’re more apropos now than ever. If we as a nation do not wake up now, a day is coming when speaking the Name of Jesus Christ in public will be the sort of hate speech being banned in countries like France right now.

I wonder—will the never-Trumpers be happy then? They tell me Trump is only offering presidential lip service to Jesus at Christmastime, and I wonder how they know this. But even if it’s true, would they rather the U.S. president ignore Jesus Christ completely on Christmas? Do they really want America to become the European Union?

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So, Trump is just throwing out a little Christmastime lip service. Okay, but do you know what? Even if that’s true, please God may we always be blessed to live in a country where the President feels obligated to offer lip service to Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on His birthday. Let’s make sure we never settle for anything less, in fact.

And this Christmas, let’s thank God we’ve still got a president willing to stand in front of the whole Christophobic world and honor Christmas by speaking the "Name above all names"—the Name at which, the Bible tells us, “every knee in heaven, on earth, and under the earth shall bow”— the Name that “every tongue should confess” – the Name of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the “glory of God the Father." 

Blessed be the Name of Jesus Christ now and forever.

God bless you, Mr. President, and Merry Christmas.

Trump 2020

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Michael J. Matt | Editor

Michael J. Matt has been an editor of The Remnant since 1990. Since 1994, he has been the newspaper's editor. A graduate of Christendom College, Michael Matt has written hundreds of articles on the state of the Church and the modern world. He is the host of The Remnant Underground and Remnant TV's The Remnant Forum. He's been U.S. Coordinator for Notre Dame de Chrétienté in Paris--the organization responsible for the Pentecost Pilgrimage to Chartres, France--since 2000.  Mr. Matt has led the U.S. contingent on the Pilgrimage to Chartres for the last 24 years. He is a lecturer for the Roman Forum's Summer Symposium in Gardone Riviera, Italy. He is the author of Christian Fables, Legends of Christmas and Gods of Wasteland (Fifty Years of Rock ‘n’ Roll) and regularly delivers addresses and conferences to Catholic groups about the Mass, home-schooling, and the culture question. Together with his wife, Carol Lynn and their seven children, Mr. Matt currently resides in St. Paul, Minnesota.