2020 ELECTION RECAP: NATIONAL LEVEL

Another big election took place. It has been another long and anticipating road. Many of us were getting tired of the ads that were on the TV in between segments of our favorite shows or program.

As of now, the presidency is still being decided as the Democrats continue to cheat with the fake ballots sent in days after the election. Maybe Chick Fil A should start the count in 2024 a week in advance and have it all completed by 8PM election night.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Sadly, the Democrats continue to hold the House of Representatives. This will mean that they’ll do everything in their power to push abortion or even defeat pro-life bills.

13 NEW PRO-LIFE WOMEN IN CONGRESS

While 11 current pro-life women won re-election, the house has even added 13 more to the fray.

In the history of American politics, North Carolina voted for the youngest member of congress in Madison Cawthorn. Cawthorn, age 25, gave a moving and powerful speech during the Republican National Convention. View it here. He is the youngest member of Congress in American History. Take that, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

U.S. Senate: You win some, you lose some

The good news is that the Republicans maintain the senate with a 53-47 margin. They did lose seats in the process in some states.

Alabama- Tommy Tuberville unseats Doug Jones who succeded Jeff Sessions, former Attorney General of the U.S.

Arizona- Mark Kelly, former astronaut and wife of Gabrielle Gifford, unseats Martha McSally

Arkansas- Tom Cotton wins his bid for re-election for the U.S. senate in the state of Arkansas.

Colorado- Cory Gardner loses his seat to former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper.

Delaware- Chris Coons wins re-election for senate in the 1st state.

Georgia- There will be a runoff election January 5th to determine the seat between Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Democrat Raphael Warnock after neither candidate got 50% or more of the votes.

Iowa- Joni Ernst wins re-election for senate

Kentucky- Mitch McConnell wins re-election over Amy McGrath

Michigan- John James loses yet another bid to the U.S. Senate representing the Wolverine State.

Mississippi- Cindy Hyde-Smith wins re-election despite being outspent by George Soros backed challenger Mike Espy.

North Carolina- Thom Tillis wins re-election

South Carolina- Lindsay Graham wins his re-election bid

Texas- John Coryn wins his re-election bid

Takeaways

We must continue to defend the unborn with our prayers, presence, talents, and time. An election may have come and gone, but the slaughtering of innocent babies will continue until every heart is changed, every life is saved, every abortion worker walks away, and every door to the abortion facility is closed.

Be sure to participate in a vigil near you. Give an hour or two in front of the places of despair and agony. Write letters to the editor. Share the pro-life message on the digital platform, no matter what Mark Zuckenberg and his big tech peers do to silence you. You are meant to find the good in the worth and fight for it.

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