After nearly $25 million, two volatile years and unrelenting accusations by the media, the report from special counsel Robert Mueller, the attorney appointed by the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the Trump campaign in the 2016 presidential election, finally concluded in late March.
Much to the dismay of the progressive left, the liberal-dominated major media and the disappointed throng who simply still can’t accept the results of the last election, the report found that there was no collusion on behalf of the Trump campaign with the Russian government or operatives.
Mueller wrote: “The investigation did not establish that the members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.”
For those who hate the conservative agenda of President Trump, which has defended religious liberty, protected the unborn and facilitated the appointment of two well-known conservative judges to the U.S. Supreme Court-—an accomplishment that will bear fruit for decades—the news was quite a shock.
The Bible says that a “kingdom divided against itself cannot stand” (Cf. Mark 3:24), and a nation that is in the constant throes of partisan bickering will never make real, sustained progress on the many pressing issues that we now face at home and abroad.
Dr. Dobson was grateful for the outcome, but he warned us to keep up our guard. “We have won the battle, and give God all the glory in it, but the forces arrayed against us are still fighting an ongoing war. There will be more battles. Now, more than ever, we stand together with those defending life and the freedom of religion in the public square.”
How right he is.
There are some who say to me, “Franklin, don’t you know we have lost the culture war? Why are you fighting so hard?”
Well, first of all, I don’t think we have lost the culture war. It’s true that many in society have abandoned God, but He hasn’t abandoned His people. We are standing on the power of His Word as we fight for religious liberty, the lives of the innocent unborn, and seek to protect our children and grandchildren—trusting that He will fight for us even as the culture becomes more and more hostile.