NER: There has always been a political divide in America but it stumbled along regardless. For me, what has changed is an additional religious divide. Many, if not most Democrats are clearly on a satanic path, hence their agenda inevitably follows a destructive route. The Conservatives are not Christian, but there are some, and their agenda tends to follow the Christian moral code. This is not unexpected, as any TRUE Christian will know that there are only followers of Christ or followers of the kingdom of darkness. There is actually no middle road as Christ made clear. This will not change, as we are clearly on a path leading to the rule of the Antichrist. Democrat “Christians” like Pelosi will hardly notice a change, but indeed real change will come.
As Joe Biden’s Blunders Pile Up, A New Poll Shows He’s Failed Miserably In One Area Especially
More than half of all voters who backed Donald Trump in last year’s presidential election say they “somewhat agree” with the proposition that red states should break away from the US, while, 41 percent of Biden voters “somewhat agree” with the idea of blue states doing the same thing, according to a new poll
The shocking survey from the University of Virginia’s Centre for Politics found a quarter of Trump voters say they “strongly agree” with the idea of red-state succession, while 18 percent of Biden voters back a blue state breakaway.
“The divide between Trump and Biden voters is deep, wide, and dangerous,” Centre for Politics Director Larry Sabato said in a statement. “The scope is unprecedented, and it will not be easily fixed.”
The survey, which was taken in late July and early August and surveyed more than 1,000 Trump supporters and 1,000 Biden backers, makes for alarming reading for those concerned about political differences in America.
“It will not be easily fixed” is an understatement. I can’t tell you how many folks around here think that traveling to states like South Carolina is akin to a journey to Mars. The city folk freaks out when they see gas stations in rural America selling ammunition. It’s not new. These figures mean that elections will be challenged no matter who wins, that civil unrest will probably erupt in close races, and that we’re inching ever so closer to civil war. It’s not just a debate topic or an academic exercise. It’s real. It’s not entered the realm of possibility.