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Below are closing thoughts on the 2020 presidential election.

People like President Trump because he is not a career politician:

This New Yorker, who emigrated to the United States 47 years ago — just when Joe Biden was first elected as US Senator for Delaware — gets it. He warns everyone against voting for Biden because of the Chinese influence on his family. He says that only Donald Trump actually does what he says he’ll do. Promises made, promises kept:

Nigel Farage discussed President Trump’s achievements and character in three minutes. Judging from the people behind them, it seems this took place at the Goodyear rally near Phoenix, Arizona, last week:

Elsewhere, a man heckled Joe Biden last week, reminding him of the scandals he and his family are covering up:

Should Joe Biden be elected, heaven forfend, he would not be in the White House for long. Kamala Harris would become president. In this video from the Democrat primary season, Tulsi Gabbard enumerates the injustices that Kamala Harris did to black Californians when she was that state’s attorney general:

Google algorithms haven’t helped voters looking for an alternative. Ashwin Agrawal explains that Google has been pushing Democrats on people. At the end, he says that if he were ever to say that he were a Trump supporter, he’d lose his job:

Despite Google, this year, countless Democrats walked away from their party. Brandon Straka, a New York hairdresser, left a few years ago. Founder of the #WalkAway movement, he has been galvanising more dissatisfied Democrats across America to vote Republican. This is a great five-minute video:

In closing, this is a very powerful two-minute video about why people, particularly in the Midwest and Pennsylvania, are voting for President Trump:

This truly is the election of a lifetime.

Many of us thought that 2016’s was, but, since then, things have crescendoed further.

The 2020 election will be the decider of America’s fate, perhaps not only for the next four years but well beyond that.

May the Holy Trinity — Father, Son and Holy Spirit — guide all Americans who vote on Tuesday and all who work at the polling stations.

Amen.

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