The Christian News Journal Endorses President Trump for a Second Term

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With the Democratic Party welcoming socialists, not condemning riots in our cities, protecting the lives of the unborn, our historic way of life is threatened.

President Trump has been one of the most effective pro-life president in history, following in the footsteps of Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush to protect the sanctity of life. Life is winning in America once again because of his actions to limit the abhorrent activities of Planned Parenthood and politicians supporting late-term abortions. Just one example: an executive order that would require medical care to be given to infants who survive abortions and are born alive.

Trump has gotten two historic peace deals done as well as started conversations to pursue a lasting peace with North Korea. He has put pressure on China and helped defeat the ISIS caliphate. He was nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize after brokering the historic Israel-UAE peace accords. A nomination that was accompanied by not one, but two additional nominations. And in Jerusalem, there is now an embassy where there were only promises before. Trump followed through on that pledge.

The award-winning Christian News Journal is endorsing President Trump for a second term because he is a promise-keeping, pro-life president who pays attention to those forgotten by career politicians.

“God wants people in this nation to no longer step aside and be shoved out of the way. He wants our voices not only to be heard but to be filled with wisdom when they are heard,” said CNJ Publisher Elaine Beck.

President Donald. J. Trump and CNJ Publisher Elaine Beck in 2020.

“We are so blessed, as a country and as believers. To show our thanks for those blessings, we must take action. We must work together,” said Beck, the founder of Proverbs Media and who has dedicated more than two decades to advocating and innovating on behalf of men and women of faith in the U.S.

As Christians, we need to be heard and united on Main Street and in the voting booths across the nation, shining a light in the darkness. We must build up our communities and our schools. We must continue to honor and build this wondrous gift that is America.

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