The word for today is USURP - another that may be archaic, but definitely serves a purpose when applied to the political chicanery and shenanigans coming at us from six different directions. We are citizens, not subjects.
verb: take ( a position of power or importance ) illegally or by force.
take the place of ( someone in a position of power) illegally; supplant Archaic encroach or infringe upon ( someone’s rights ).
The USURPER is in the White House and the USURPRESS is hovering in the background waiting for him to die
so she can USURP the Presidency.
Je·sus | \ ˈjē-zəs , -zəz also -ˌzəs and -ˌzəz \
(Entry 1 of 2)
1 : the Jewish religious teacher whose life, death, and resurrection as reported by the Evangelists are the basis of the Christian message of salvation
— called also Jesus Christ
2 Christian Science : the highest human corporeal concept of the divine idea rebuking and destroying error and bringing to light man’s immortality
AMEN on all of the above, hallelujah.
I usetocould walk into a gun store and buy ammo. Wait a little longer, I mightcould again.
@45IPAC shouldacoulda but didn’t!
Brought your dog wityadiga?
Word of the day:
What is the definition of courage.
: mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty.
It’s what we all need to have during these tough times. And that’s exactly what the USCCA has, a lot of courage.