top of page

Spittin' Righteous Fire

'We don't answer to the bureaucrats in Washington — we answer to God in Heaven'

If you appreciate articles like this, sign up for our daily email newsletter and support us with a donation.

Just four-and-a-half months out from the tectonic US presidential election, Christians are urging other Christians to vote as if their very life and faith depend on it — because they do.

They see the anti-Christian writing on the wall should Biden take office a second term — the warning signs of persecution are clear for whoever has eyes to see and ears to hear.

President Trump himself, speaking at the Faith and Freedom Conference in Washington DC this past weekend, rallied Evangelical patriots to focus on that consequential date — and to vote.

"November 5th is going to go down as the most important day in the history of our country," he predicted.

"They're counting on you not voting because if you vote, we cannot lose. They don't want you to vote but Christians cannot afford to sit on the sidelines. If Joe Biden gets back in, Christianity will not be safe in a nation with no borders, no laws, no freedom, no future. … You're not going to be safe as a person and your religion certainly will be … in tatters."

"As you know, the radical Left has tried to shame Christians, silence you, demoralize you, and they want to keep you out of politics. They don't want you to vote, that's why you have to vote," Trump enjoined.

Trump said the reason leftists attack religious believers is because they know, "[W]e do not answer to the bureaucrats in Washington — we answer to God in Heaven."

Dr. Ben Carson, a vocal Christian, neurosurgeon, and possible Trump vice-presidential pick, also spoke at the Faith and Freedom Conference.

"There's a lot of us [Christians] out there, but we have to be more visible," Carson exhorted his brothers and sisters in faith. "You see a lot of people when the conversation starts, instead of talking about what they believe, they stand at the corner and stare at the floor because they don't want someone to call them a nasty name or try to cancel them."

"But you know … I have had a lot of people try to cancel me. I don't care about those people. I only care about God."

Carson explained how even God Himself is being cancelled in America as Communists ratchet up their efforts to take over the country.

The native Detroiter cited Edward L. Schempp, whose lawsuit against the required reading of Bible verses in public schools led to the Supreme Court decision in 1963 – banning the civic practice.

Carson said this represented an early step in the calculated process of Communists to remove God from US public life, ultimately ensuring their takeover.

The same year Schempp won his lawsuit, Carson pointed out, a Florida lawmaker read into the Congressional record a warning about the Communists' long-term strategy to destroy the United States. The lawmaker noted a number of the 45 goals of Communism, culled from the book, The Naked Communist (1958), written by W. Cleon Skousen.

Among the Communist goals to take over the US from within, "without firing a single shot" as Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev said in 1956, are —

  • Capture one or both of the political parties in the United States.

  • Get control of the schools and teachers’ associations.

  • Gain control of all student newspapers.

  • Gain control of key positions in radio, TV and pictures.

  • Eliminate all laws governing obscenity by calling them "censorship" and a violation of free speech and press.

  • Break down cultural standards of morality by promoting pornography and obscenity in the media.

  • Present homosexuality, degeneracy and promiscuity as "normal, natural, and healthy."

  • Infiltrate the churches and replace revealed religion with "social" religion.

  • Eliminate prayer or any phase of religious expression in the schools on the grounds that it violates the principal of "separation of church and state."

"The Communists want to fundamentally change us. They can't bring us down militarily so they go inside." — Ben Carson

Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson (R-NC), running for Governor of North Carolina, revved up the Faith and Freedom audience with what has been described as his "on-fire-for-the-Lord-and-on-fire-for-the-country" oratorial style.

He charged the attendees, as Christians, to be forthright and stand up for Trump. Reminding them of what the president is up against, he rattled off a litany of the president's battles:

"He's fighting almost the entire news media. He's fighting all the Democrats. He's fighting all the Communists. He's fighting all the Socialists. He's fighting all of our enemies across the ocean, and sadly he's fighting half the Republicans."

Robinson said he's so worked up about supporting Trump, he's "spittin' fire." Instead of being lukewarm or afraid to support Trump, he proclaimed, "you should run and go tell the good news of why you're a Republican." 

"As Christian voters, we bear a unique responsibility to elect individuals who align with Christian values." — Bill Carraway


Catholic Patriot Bill Carraway, author of the newly released, Voting for Your Faith. Are You Doing It?, is also rallying Christians to vote as if their life depends on it.

The author told Souls and Liberty that too many Christians "undermine the faith and vote against their own religious interests." He said they do not realize — under the sway of the mainstream media — that they are actually "voting to restrict freedom of religion," if they vote for the Communist-Democrats.

He underscored that establishing freedom of religion was one of the reasons the Founding Fathers formed the US government — and risked their lives to do it.

Carraway, who spent much of his early life in the DC area, also emphasized that even with a Trump victory, Christians will have to keeping pushing against those who hate this country for many more terms. "You can't change in one term what is deeply embedded in DC," he said. "It will require ongoing battle for righteousness."

In his book, Carraway — echoing Carson's warning of "the enemies within" — writes:

"While terrorism and envy pose threats, I argue that the most significant challenges arise from within our nation. Numerous leaders within the country oppose our level of freedom and Christian values. They endeavor to dismantle the foundation we've built over the past 230-plus years and replace it with a socialist model that has repeatedly failed worldwide."

"Our current President is a radical leftist who, with the aid of the liberal socialist media, concealed his true agenda during his campaign," the author added.

I implore you American [Christians] to wake up. The world depends on us to safeguard the rights bestowed upon us and shield people from tyranny and oppression. The responsibility rests upon us! — Bill Carraway


Scott Presler, who is being called THE man who is single-handedly saving the 2024 election from the Democrats, sees people of faith in this election as "a very important coalition for Donald Trump."

Speaking recently at "The People's Convention" in Detroit, the GOP dynamo, who travels the country registering voters, stressed the need for every Christian in America to register.

"People really need to understand if every Christian in America actually voted, we would never lose another presidential election," he said.

But, he lamented that "30 percent of evangelicals — it's not that they don't even vote — 30 percent are not registered to vote!"

The conservative activist also mentioned that "the Muslim community is ripe to come over to the Republican Party."

He said he is seeing "big moves" from the Muslim community to the GOP. "They don't like Biden's anti-peace in the Middle East policies," and they don't like "the Democrats waging a war against children by pushing pornographic materials in schools."


The words of an early Soviet leader could not make the intentions of the Communist Democrats toward Christians more clear. Cited in Skousen's book referenced above, the first Soviet Commissar of Education declared in the early 1900s:

"We hate Christians and Christianity. Even the best of them must be considered our worst enemies. They preach love of one's neighbor and mercy, which is contrary to our principles. Christian love is an obstacle to the development of the Revolution. Down with love of our neighbor! What we want is hate. … Only then can we conquer the universe."

Somehow the rousing old hymn "Onward, Christian Soldiers" is rising above the fray this election cycle: "Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war, With the cross of Jesus going on before ...."

Many are hoping the march of Christian voters to the ballot box this November 5 will serve as a counterpunch to Communism's long and devastating march through American institutions.

Dr. Barbara Toth has a doctorate in rhetoric and composition from Bowling Green State University. She has taught at universities in the US, China and Saudi Arabia. Her work in setting up a writing center at Princess Nourah bint Abdulrahmen University, an all-women's university in Riyadh, has been cited in American journals. Toth has published academic and non-academic articles and poems internationally.

To support articles like this, please consider a donation to Souls and Liberty.

348 views1 comment

Recent Posts

See All

1 commentaire

26 juin

Actually that valuerottening agenda is way older than Hrutshev times. It is cultural marxist agenda from 1920ies. The long march through the institutions are completed now in the white western countries. And churches involved! 🤔😬😈

bottom of page