As Americans continue voting Tuesday for a 45th president to lead the nation in January 2017, some have already announced their opinions on why they believe Donald J. Trump might be a good choice to succeed Barack Obama in the Office of the President, with one Christian speaker having dubbed the man who clearly shuns political correctness as being God's "wrecking ball."
The "wrecking ball" idea aside for a moment, Lance Wallnau describes himself on Twitter as being a "Catalytic Thought Leader, Speaker, Author, Educator, Entertainer." He seems to encourage people to shine wherever they are in their lives with memes such as this one: "God has put you in the garden of your life."
It's not about how prominent you are in your profession but about how capable you are in moving with God's agenda. pic.twitter.com/RLbqVzKyvqWhether or not voters agree with Wallnau's description of Trump being a "wrecking ball" for God, it seems the Republican candidate's propensity to say exactly what he thinks without any of the political filtering voters have come to expect from our American political class has many believing this rival to Hillary Clinton might resist pressure from special interests.
— Lance Wallnau (@lancewallnau) November 4, 2016
The favoritism revealed for Clinton over her rival Senator Bernie Sanders by the Democratic National Committee has been previously reported here at the Inquisitr. And it is a thing which has been a continuing, festering wound to many voters, with the ongoing "Podesta emails" news as well as the issue of the private server set up for then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The WikiLeaks dumps news about the condition of Clinton's head as well as another Inquisitr article regarding the "quid pro quo" situation between the State Department and the FBI, all stemming from a big request to change the classification for one of ex-Secretary Clinton's emails, has caused concern among Americans, obviously, as some see the rise of Trump over other rivals as evidence.
Reaching a conclusion of being in need of a wrecking ball to take down the corruption has perhaps been on the minds of voters Wallnau meets. In his blog on a meeting with Trump, Wallnau writes this thought from earlier, during this year's primaries.
"Whether he wins the Republican nomination or not one thing is sure, 'Trump is Heavens Miley Cyrus wrecking ball to the spirit of Political Correctness.'"
In fact, Wallnau believes that Trump has "single handedly shaken up" the media and political elites to the joy of the common people, or "the Hobbits in the shire" as he states it. His point, it seems, is that American voters may no longer vote to be ignored for four more years.
"He has single handedly shaken up the establishment media and political elite – the people sitting at the gates of influence who thought they had the undisputed power to prop one up or take down another. Much to their collective horror he has proven to be impervious to their bullets. Even more so, with each blow his base solidifies."Wallnau describes Trump's "personal style" as being "less bombastic than his platform and interviewing style." To Wallnau, Trump seemed "gracious, non confrontational and surprisingly open to 'give and take.'" The example of this situation, which might have become tense, was given.
"A Messianic Rabbi sitting near me said, 'Your comments don't always represent you in the best light. People want to know you have a Presidential temperament. They want to know that you are a person they can trust with a finger on a nuclear button.'"Trump simply nodded thoughtfully and said, "I hear you," according to Wallnau.
Wallnau also described Trump's revelation regarding the more "heated" moments of the campaign.
"You know, people aren't aware of what is coming at me…what I am responding to. Rush Limbaugh calls it 'incoming.' Like the storm that broke out when I took a stand on immigration. It can get pretty vicious. You don't always know the back-story."Trump added another point about himself, according to Wallnau.
"I can say this…I never punch indiscriminately. I'm a counter puncher. If you get hit and do nothing it sends the wrong message… but I fully hear what you are saying. I know where you're coming from."The message of being a "counter puncher" seems clear enough to voters who perhaps are also ruminating over the thought of Trump being named as God's "wrecking ball."
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