October 9th, 2018 11:03 PM

Dear Friends,

Most adults acquire a basic understanding that life is not fair. There are times in one's life when circumstances by chance or design conspire against you. The expression 'when it rains its pours' comes to mind. During the past several weeks, Americans have witnessed and have been emotionally engaged in a situation that has created a tremendous amount of distress, as a man of genuine character was accused of sexual misconduct by three separate women on three separate occasions. These allegations were made without corroboration, and were unsubstantiated by the persons the accusers mentioned were in close proximity to the assault or the event itself. The incidents in question occurred during high school and college parties during the first half of the 1980's. All of the allegations have been reviewed by impartial authorities and were found to have no credence. The stories portrayed by the accusers with the assistance of their legal counsel, has come under intense scrutiny due to its graphic contents and the public timing of the allegations.

By now, you are cognizant this situation interrupted the confirmation hearings in which the Senate Judiciary Committee evaluated the qualifications of Judge Brett Kavanaugh in becoming an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. The disruption of the confirmation hearings can only be construed as an attempt to deny the Judge his elevation to the Supreme Court. His 'originalist' approach in the interpretation of the Constitution as manifested by the Founding Fathers, has caused havoc by powerful leftist activists, the Democratic party, the main street media and entities that disavow the framework in which the establishment of a constitutional democratic republic is recognized and accepted by educated Americans.

Americans by and large appreciate living in a nation that espouses liberty and freedom and the respect for the rule of law. The security that is granted to live in peace is augmented by a practical understanding of law and order. We also are privy to due process in which there is a presumption of innocence when one is accused of a crime or an impropriety. These concepts are readily recognized by logic and the discerning personal attestations of law abiding citizens.

Last Friday, many Americans heard the momentous speech given by Maine Senator Susan Collins. Her methodical detailed approach in reviewing the impeccable qualifications of Judge Kavanaugh and the conspicuous slanderous assertions of inappropriate conduct, became a competent defining moment that upheld the formulation of logic and common sense.

On Saturday, Judge Kavanaugh was confirmed to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.

His reputation after so many years in public life without blemish, was tarnished by a conflagration of debasement. 'To fear no evil' is a testament to the courage that sustains us throughout our lives. The confirmation hearings, the testimony of Judge Kavanaugh and the main accuser, and additional groundless allegations of misconduct, opened our eyes during this sad and regrettable episode in American history.

In Scripture, (Romans 8:28 NIV) it is mentioned, "And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are called according to his purpose." The pain and suffering Judge Kavanaugh, his family and judicious Americans have undergone these past several weeks, has revealed the evil intentions of those in which hatred is an all encompassing mantra of destruction. The Lord in his mysterious infinite wisdom has utilized these circumstances, so the American people can choose its path of abundance and grace or be directed towards futility and degradation. The Mid Term Elections in November will decide our fate.

 Justice Prevailed in the fight to confirm Judge Kavanaugh.

 The fight to live independently from despotic oppression, is the plight all Americans must recognize and fully understand.

Thanks again for your continuous support.

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Posted by Jesse Dorado on October 9th, 2018 11:03 PMPost a Comment

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