December 4, 2020
We are now one month past Nov. 3rd election day, and still, the mainstream media has refused to give any credible coverage to the very serious accusations of voter fraud laid out by President Trump’s legal team. Hearings have taken place in Michigan and Pennsylvania to unpack eyewitness testimony. Hardly a single media outlet has attended, proving that journalism, a noble profession when exercised prudently, is a shell of its former self.
In case you need more proof of that charge, this week, investigative journalist James O’Keefe released a trove of privately recorded telephone calls between top-level members of CNN’s editorial team, highlighting their intentional effort to install their preferred choice for President, Joe Biden.
The media is supposed to be equitable and neutral, but they have become hyper-partisan. They seem intent on simply ignoring Trump – I guess until Inauguration Day.
So, how will red-state and blue-state America reconcile their divergent visions for America? Is the house so divided that it splits? One anonymous writer at the American Thinker thinks so!
LFF will continue to call for clarity, while encouraging Louisianians to participate in the civic process. This Saturday, Louisiana’s runoff elections will take place across the state. We encourage you to access the FREE Louisiana Voter Guide and Geaux Vote on Saturday!
FYI, the constitutional amendment on Saturday’s ballot that would allow out-of-state residents to serve on our higher education boards is a recipe for disaster. I will be voting NO!
Other stories that deserve attention as you head into your weekend:
Walter E. Williams, a conservative icon, economist, professor, and brilliant thinker has passed away. Rest in peace, Walter!
The U.S. Supreme Court has granted another win to religious liberty, blocking a lower court decision that forced churches into unreasonable capacity restrictions in California. The Court had already rebuked New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for his attempts to restrict religious expression.
The U.S. Senate races in Georgia are heating up, and the outcome will decide whether police will be defunded, the Supreme Court will be expanded, and whether Christian business owners will be forced to bow to the LGBT overlords. Pay close attention to these races and support the candidates who share your values with a contribution.
If you’re in a parish with a runoff election, you can cast your vote tomorrow! Find out more information about this election and locations to vote at Geaux Vote.
Special prayers for Louisiana Treasurer John Schroder who has been hospitalized due to COVID. Send John a note of encouragement HERE.
Thank you, as always, for your loyal support of the culture-shaping work that LFF does in Louisiana.