No time for speeches. No time for analysis. No time to do anything but execute our agenda on the ground and get voters to the polls next Tuesday.
President-elect Joe Biden will preside over a national memorial ceremony on Tuesday to honor the nearly 400,000 Americans who have died of the coronavirus. It will kick off “a national moment of unity” with similar memorials across the country.https://t.co/ZbvuY1epdD— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 18, 2021
“Part of this reckoning is: How did we get here? How were we so easily fooled by conspiracy theories?” he tells NPR’s Martin. “We need to make clear who we are. And our allegiance is to King Jesus, not to what boasting political leader might come next.”https://t.co/EyHFl98rv7— Frank Schaeffer (@Frank_Schaeffer) January 19, 2021