I have enthusiastic faith in God and honored to take this leap of faith with you, the reader. Politics, financial markets and business have been a big part of my families life since 2016 and we can thank Donald Trump for that. My wife and I were married on January 20, 2017, have named two daughters Melania and Ivanka and have had the privilege of voting for President Trump on two occasions.
I was born and raised in California and have seen the state itself go through its fair share of changes. What my wife and I experienced on October 30, 2020 was one of the most exhilarating experiences of my life and I am listening to the Holy Spirit as I reveal it in this article.
The privilege to vote is something that our family honors and voting in person is a tradition. The first opportunity my wife and I had to vote in person was October 30, 2020 from 9 AM — 7 PM at Cornerstone Fellowship Church in Brentwood, California. Our family arrived there around 1 PM to find a line of about 100 people who were all spaced out for social distancing.
As I stood in line, I overheard some people saying they had been in line for 2 hours. The response from the people standing around me was that it was totally worth it and ironically, I agreed and dug in for the long haul.
I saw pro Trump and pro military hats and shirts being worn by the voters and the energy was very up beat, positive and everyone seemed encouraged. Interestingly, the signs directing voters were mostly in other other languages and if there was English writing on the signs, it was smaller when compared to the others. In terms of the signs, English was not the predominant language used. I wonder why that is?
The line I was standing in lead us all to a big white tent like structure in the parking lot. There was an out house along with an outdoor sink and a really large generator all on the ready. There was a table at the entrance that supplied voters with new gloves, masks and hand sanitizer. There were signs that made it clear you were to have a mask on, maintain 6 feet social distancing and sanitize your hands before entering.
Once I got to the voting area, I heard a man speaking with voters who appeared to be managing the operation. He said that actually I was there during a slow time and that when he opened at 9 AM, there was a very long line of people already. He said that the county has received over 400,000 ballots already which is the most…