Editor's Note: This article first appeared in The Remnant back in July of 2020. I am reproducing it here as a sort of kickoff piece for the New Year. As I see it, this call for Eucharistic crusade may be the most important thing we could do to help prepare our readers for the challenges of the New Year.
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Addressing the nation for the last time as president, Donald Trump took his leave with the grace and honor befitting a true statesman.
And the question to ask as a nation is: Now, what? The Democrats have the ball, so what are they going to do with it?
RECENTLY, A SERIES of special health alerts and reports have come out with important warnings. Sadly, little of that information has reached the public.
American people are crying out for help and dying − not from a virus with an “infection fatality rate” of 0.15-0.2% across all age groups, and 0.03 to 0.04% in those under 70 years old. (This means, 99.96% of nearly everyone who gets the virus lives.) No, the desperation and distress are in response to the government’s unprecedented mandates and lockdowns.
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In this special report on the impeachment, Michael J. Matt takes a hard look at the disastrous attack on the U.S. Capitol building—an event which could have been financed by George Soros, so useful was it in the service of his globalist agenda.
In any case, January 6, 2021 will surely live on in infamy if patriotic Americans do not denounce what happened without hesitation. And now they’re going to impeach Donald Trump again.
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A RTV Special Report: Impeaching Trump In this first episode of The Editor's Desk of 2021, Michael dives into what happened on Wednesday January 6, 2021 in Washington, D.C. -- a day which will live in infamy.
Do you believe the CNN narrative on what really happened? Neither does Michael. But now the Democrats are exploiting this crisis to impeach the most successful president in 50 years.
President Trump releases a statement and video message on Twitter:
Even though I totally disagree with the outcome of the election, and the facts bear me out, nevertheless there will be an orderly transition on January 20th. I have always said we would continue our fight to ensure that only legal votes were counted. While this represents the end of the greatest first term in presidential history, it's only the beginning of our fight to Make America Great Again!" -President Donald Trump
Are we really happy here / With this lonely game we play? / Looking for words to say / Searching but not finding understanding anywhere / We’re lost in a masquerade.
Remember me? I used to write regularly for this newspaper until the advent of COVID-19 and the overnight installation of police states by Democrat governors (and their counterparts throughout the Western world) on the pretext of “containing the spread of the virus”—an effort that has proven about as successful as containing the spread of malicious gossip.
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Michael Matt's New Year's greeting. There is hope for 2021, with a little heavenly assistance. But we’re going to need to fight like hell.
In this episode of The Editor's Desk, Michael Matt takes a hard look at the state of our country, the Church and the coming global conflicts of 2021.
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Some forty years ago, at a time when Catholic seminaries had been fully infiltrated by homosexuals and modernists, I attended a Christmas pageant hosted by seminarians. Anticipating something sacred I was shocked instead to be a witness to a horrific sacrilege. In a blasphemous parody on the Nativity of our Lord, one seminarian dressed as Mary was riding upon another seminarian pretending to be a donkey. I dare not put in print the sexual innuendoes that were spoken and acted out in this parody but suffice it to share that after the birth of the Christ Child, three seminarians dressed as the Magi presented a naked plastic doll representing Jesus with three gifts: a bottle of booze, a case of beer, and a carton of cigarettes.
Readers might remember the “phishing” scheme that replaced telemarketing as the World’s Most Annoying Thing back in the aughts. The way the scam usually works is that a con artist sends out e-mails designed to look exactly like notifications from real banks, corporations, or government agencies. The e-mail asks the recipient—who believes he or she is communicating with a legitimate entity—to update passwords or provide other personal information. It’s a variety of the old bait-and-switch operation: an unsuspecting victim thinks one thing is going on, all above board and on the level, when in reality he or she is being had.
Since the first Pentecost, there have been few years that have seen worldwide transformations of the scale and magnitude we have seen since last Christmas. Almost all aspects of our lives have been upended, and many things that seemed most stable have now seemingly changed forever.